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Latent heat: heat released or absorbed by a body or a thermodynamic system during a constant-temperature process; typical example: a change of state of matter or phase transition; latent heat of fusion (melting or freezing) and latent heat of vaporization (boiling or condensing)

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from JW.ORG

Do Science and the Bible Agree?

EVAPORATION.... Ecclesiastes 1:6, 7 . . .The wind is going to the south, and it is circling around to the north. Round and round it is continually circling, and right back to its circlings the wind is returning. 7 All the winter torrents are going forth to the sea, yet the sea itself is not full. To the place where the winter torrents are going forth, there they are returning so as to go forth. YOU CAN'T SEE EVAPORATION, YET THE BIBLE TALKS ABOUT IT,

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from TreeHugger

Solar Grill Stores Latent Heat for 25-Hour Cook Time at 450F

We've seen a DIY solar cooker built from old CDs, and we've seen plenty of commercially available solar ovens too. We've even seen one solar-powered grill. But we haven't seen many solar cooking options that can

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from TreeHugger

Solar Grill Stores Latent Heat for 25-Hour Cook Time at 450F

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