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Is Hell Exothermic or Endothermic?
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27 / M / Bristol UK
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a bretter question is does a rwetarded place like hell exists
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burn in hell..huh..well then that means that people sent to hell only feel endothermic absorption to an extent..until they burn off and release energy, meaning exothermic.

but then technically, you dont just burn off and disappear..your just there..burning.

so then the exothermic heat given off by the flames keep getting absorbed. so that means there will be a time when the [ ] of heat in hell (H) and [ ] of heat in the people (h) will either reach equilibrium at one point. after that, [H] will continue to decrease while [h] increases, assuming nothing affects the system. but then are we also to assume that hell has infinite amount of heat? technically its underground right..thats the perspective..so we can assume that H will get its energy from the earth's core. so...if enough people go to hell, the world will end. LOL.


wow thats coo..learnt sumthing new..and i should of know that all from chemistry
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30 / M / Japan
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Isothermic... It's just hot... period.
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JoSh242 wrote:

a bretter question is does a rwetarded place like hell exists


yea it does where do u think i came from
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In my oppinion as a chemistry students, ah hmmm Hell would be prefer as the underground. In theory, it should contain of molten rock, but no one actually seen it, the only evidence that lead to the molten rock theory may be the volcanic eruption. These rock need high temperature to be melted. These energies need to come from some sort of chemical reaction, in this case i will guess that it is a chain nuclear reaction of H to He which is excessive in quantitive. This nuclear reaction is axtremerly exothermic.
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In my opinion Hell is not a physical place it is a spiritual haven for those who thinks they are not worthy to walk the streets of gold and to live forever. Wolfrainvn if Hell was on earth then Heaven would be on it to. The stories I've heard are Hell is somewhere else it's just Satan that walks on Earth bringing choas everywhere he goes because he tricks the minds of people by making them think that if they did something bad they will still have the number one thing in life. Immortality.
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I reckon it's both shifting between hot and cold.
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My theory:

"Ghosts" are seen as intangible remains of creatures once living. They are people already dead, and therefore at least some of them are in hell. Now how would you go about making something intanbile? I'm thinking that the pressure in hell is so low that the cells of a person can't remain completely put together, so solid objects could theoretically go through them. And the limit as x-> infinity of 1/x = zero, so the Pressure would have to be 1/x.

However, considering the massive number of people that must be in hell, assuming that once someone gets there they never leave, suggests that the volume of hell would have to be so large that it approaches infinity, thus Volume = x.

Now, according to Boyle's law, V is inveresly proportional to P when the temperature is kept constant. V=x, P = 1/x, thus the temperature in hell must be constant.

For the temperature to remain constant, it must be either neither endothermic or exothermic, or retain equal measures of both properties.
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Well you gotta consider the fact that hell is proclaimed in the center of the earth. So i`m gonna assume that hell is endothermic. Its not fire thats contained in the center. But pure plasma which is extremel powerful, the level of the sun core.
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It is Endohermic....the total amount of heat in the system keeps increasing as more and more people are brought in and everyone has heat in them as water or energy or w/e and considering hell as a closed system with no loss of energy/ heat since its isolated then it is ENDERGONIC
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Okay, here's my take. For something to be either endothermic or exothermic, at least 1 chemical reaction has to take place. Assuming that there's nothing in hell except for souls and molten lava, we can assume that the reaction taking place is between the lava and the souls.

Considering the fact that the term 'may you burn in hell' exist, one could assume that the reaction is a combustion reaction. Combustions are reactions that gives off heat, which means that it is exothermic.

However, in order for hell to continue being exothermic, there must be a continuous supply of molten lava and souls. That means, if nobody is going to hell, hell would stop being exothermic, and at a point where hell is at a temperature lower than the surroundings outside it, it would start to be endothermic and absorb heat instead.

Now we have another reason to tell someone to 'Go to hell'
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27 / M / Deep,deep,deep in...
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hell is organised in 9 levels, 9 plains of hell and in the 9th it's the worst coldness you can think of, it is said that it is so cold because of the cold wind made by lucifer's wings, on the other plains, it's preety hot so i believe hell is exhothermic
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Stef wrote:

hell is organised in 9 levels, 9 plains of hell and in the 9th it's the worst coldness you can think of, it is said that it is so cold because of the cold wind made by lucifer's wings, on the other plains, it's preety hot so i believe hell is exhothermic


disregarding dante. his hell is all different kinds of temperatures.

theres some interesting theories here. but few people brought up some good points. mauz said that we dont even know if its a closed system, and someone else said that if it were indeed toward the center of the planet, gravity would crush it. well i dont think souls would be affected much by gravity, but i guess we can assume that hell is not necessarily on or in earth. by assuming that, then we can agree that its a closed system seeing as the only thing that affects it is the number of souls entering. now, is hell expanding? again, we can assume yes, seeing as there is only so much of hell for the existing souls as of right now. going under these, you all can formulate one theory on hell :P

LOL crash that was dope.
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Sorry. I'd say both due to there are times when one is cold and then other times warm to hot. Balance is key either way.
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I'm dead when I go to Hell, so it probably wouldn't be hot or cold? I wouldn't feel anything right? so I say, hell is the perfect dark, neither hot or cold, just voidness and emptyness, along with endless self awareness and fear of the unknown.



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