Putting a coat on is more us keeping the coat warm than it warming us. amirite?

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You're right seeing that coats don't produce heat.

The coat doesn't actually warm you it's insulating you to keep your body heat against you.

Mytokhondrias avatar Mytokhondria Yeah You Are 0Reply

The coat warms you by insultating your body heat. If we warmed the coat too much it wouldn't keep you warm as you'd be losing too much heat. So, no.

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