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never leave tea to go to room temperature. you can beat a good cup of hot tea.the smallest thing can be infinitely big if you zoom in on it enough
Peter Stanford asked the Naked Scientists: Hello Chris.If I make a hot, extra cup of tea at breakfast and put it on the table in my kitchen, will it ever exactly drop down to the same temperature as the kitchen? If I measure the temperature of the tea and the room every five minutes and record my findings on a graph, even if the lines appear to touch, if I zoom in on them with a magnifying glass, then a microscope, then an electron microscope, won't the lines always never quite touch, even if I measure the temperature until the end of the universe (or until I have to put the cat out, before I go to bed. Which ever one happens first)?