How hot is hell

Is hell hot or cold?

Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat) or endothermic (absorbs heat)? This question is finally clarified! ?
Classic: originally published 04/26/06

Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat) or endothermic (absorbs heat)? This question was actually asked in the final chemistry test at NUI Maynooth (County Kildare, Ireland).

Most of the students, using Boyle's law, speculated that gas cools when it expands and temperature goes down with pressure or something like that.

One student, however, wrote the following:

First we need to find out how much the mass of Hell changes over time. For this you need the number of souls that go to hell and the number of those souls that leave hell. I am of the opinion that one can assume with some certainty that souls that are once in hell will no longer leave it. Because of this, no soul leaves hell. As to how many souls go to hell, the views of the many religions that exist today can shed light on us.

Most of these religions will find that if you do not belong to them you will go to hell. Since there is more than one of these creeds and because one cannot belong to more than one religion, one can assume that all souls will go to hell. Given the existing birth and death rates, the number of souls in Hell can be expected to grow exponentially. Let us now consider the question of the changing scope of Hell. Since, according to Boyle's law, the volume of hell must expand proportionally to the increase in the number of souls, so that temperature and pressure in hell remain constant, we have two options.

1. If hell should expand more slowly than the number of souls that join in, the temperature and pressure in hell will rise until the whole of hell breaks apart.

2. Should hell expand faster than the number of souls joining in, then temperature and pressure will drop until hell freezes over.

Which of the possibilities is it now?

If we include Sandra's prophecy that she shared with me in the freshman year - namely, that "it will be a cold day in hell before I sleep with you" - as well as the fact that I slept with her yesterday is only option two.

So I am convinced that hell is endothermic and must already be frozen over.

From the thesis that hell is frozen over, it follows that no further souls can be accepted there and it is extinguished ... which only leaves heaven and proves the existence of a divine being - which in turn explains why Sandra died last night the whole time "Oh my God" screamed.

This student was the only one to receive a A.


11. Oo(10 years ago)
"... For this you need the number of souls ..."
How does he know that the mass of hell is related to the number of souls? ...

but it's creative;)

10. paulchen(10 years ago)
@ Dr. Really smart

The NUI Maynooth is ne university and there the text was given as a test answer. it is already possible that something like 1 will pass. have you ever been to university? I don't think there is such a thing as specific correction guidelines. maybe framework conditions but probably not more. That means, if a professor wants to give you one because he thinks your answers are clever, creative or whatever, then he can do it.

9. Dr. Really smart(10 years ago)
I think it's one of those essay-like sagas:
What is courage

"That's courage!"

In addition, there are correction requirements that a teacher has to adhere to (?), Which is why you can't just put a 1 under it.

Greetings, Dr. Corner sow

8. Oridjion(10 years ago)

7. AldA(10 years ago)
In the version that I know her name is Theresa and not Sandra.

6. Q.uinta(13 years ago)
Brilliant. Just awesome. 😄

5. Anonymous(13 years ago)
The student was cool on it ^^

4. (14 years ago)
Isn't it also possible that hell increases so much that the relationship to the number of souls does not change?

3. Kathi(14 years ago)
really ma ne great question! Should one think about it ...

2. Kathi (May 28, 2007 - 18:37)(14 years ago)
really ma ne great question! Should one think about it ...

1. Beatsta(14 years ago)
crass ....... just crass xD

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