Definition of Calorie in Physics
Calorie in Physics
It is the amount of heat required to rise the temperature of 1 g of pure water from 14.5 c to 15.5 c.
But, at the same time, I also fail to conduct a dialogue at the desired high level, because I repeat, one of my few excellences is the ability to listen to books. It is naturally not enough, in order to raise someone to a higher level of communication. If I had time not only to listen, but also to analyze in more detail, and naturally to communicate with someone else for a longer time, I might have found like-minded people who are closer in spirit.