I'm posting one puzzle, riddle, math, or statistical problem a day. Try to answer each one and post your answers in the comments section. I'll post the answer the next day. Even if you have the same answer as someone else, feel free to put up your answer, too!
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Why are walls often "sweaty" after a fire? (This is a trivia question, not a riddle or a joke).
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Condensation I am guessing. The tempature of one side of the wall is much warmer then the other. Just look at the kitchen windows on a cold day after cooking some hot soup up.ReplyDelete
Or even better. A toilet on a hot day.ReplyDelete
why don't you answer monday's question?ReplyDelete
Because I forgot to do so.. But now it's fixed.ReplyDelete
It turns out plaster of paris is naturally fire retardant. At about 600 degrees Farenheit the chemical water that is stored in it is released.ReplyDelete
Hah. Thats pretty cool.ReplyDelete