Also a unit of electricity is not a unit of heat at anytime. Yes,
there are equivalents which depend on the conversion efficiency but 1
watt is not a measurement of heat.
...and the energy to power misstated.
Mark Lloyd wrote:
> > Also a unit of electricity is not a unit of heat
> > at anytime. Yes, there are equivalents which depend
> > on the conversion efficiency but 1 watt is not a
> > measurement of heat.
> And not a measurement of light either.
Light can be measured in watts.
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On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 18:33:07 -0600, "Duane C. Johnson"
Sorry for the mess up. What started this is that the wattage ratings
on a light bulb refer to electrical consumption, not light output.
Like I just said in another post, I don't mind admitting actual
Learn the language... what an idiot.
If you can't come up with something better than SPELLING or GRAMMER issues,
I feel really sorry for your ass!
I'm also sorry that this is all so new to you that you need EVERY LITTLE
detail to UNDERSTAND it.
A few years back, I almost lost my last piece of good brain cell when
I decided to attempt to learn ALL the vernacular and manipulation associated
with the decibel. ...I'll never try that again.
The devil is truly in the details.
A lot of people don't, especially when they conflict with favorite
Another fact: The sun is very hot, but heat cannot exist in space. You
may get hot when you got out on a sunny day, but NONE of the sun's
heat can get to you directly. The energy gets here as light (the sun
is hot enough to be incandescent).
BTW, you can't smell the sun either.
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