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It seems to me that sweat will conserve the energy, it will be near or the same as your body temperature, won't it? And even though that there is a exchange of heat/work warming the sweat up, cooling you, it will also act as a layer as there are no 'heat conductive streams' to it. If you were running for example the wind would evaporate the sweat and the air streams created would also lead away the heat, although you then would raise your overall temperature by doing work. My solution to this problem would then be to recommend the closest available pub, preferably airconditioned with some cool refreshing beverages, and I would only stick my nose out to call for a cab Airconditioned naturally, one should always travel in style, with a minibar, just to compensate for that sudden loss of fluids one gets when sweating. And if it's just a little sweat, well, in that case I would go for single malt. In that way you will also stop your sweating faster. I know it works, I do. You will be pleasantly surprised over the simplicity of my solution and after the first bottle you will recognize this as pure genius, I did. That was Single Malt btw, the smokier the better