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CotziCotzi Posts: 126
Something weird in mcoc is that iceman isnt coldsnap immune.....logic is there any explication???

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    -sixate--sixate- Posts: 1,532 ★★★★★
    It makes no sense, it's called Kabam logic.
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    Lvernon15Lvernon15 Posts: 11,596 ★★★★★
    Pffft not another one of these, please use the search tool, been asked 100000+ times
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    CotziCotzi Posts: 126
    edited April 2020
    Lvernon15 said:

    Pffft not another one of these, please use the search tool, been asked 100000+ times

    K sorry
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    lowlevelplayerlowlevelplayer Posts: 4,292 ★★★★★

    Coldness is the absence of kinetic energy on a molecular level. The less kinetic energy there is on that level, the closer the temperature would be to absolute zero, zero kelvin.

    Zero kelvin is a theoretical state, an idealistic concept of thermodynamics.

    Approaching this on a realistic basis, there's absolutely no reason to assume that iceman, who logically, the lack of logic from his very concept aside for a second, can not be at a state of absolute zero. So logically he, as in the molecules he is made of, also can be affected by a further decrease in kinetic energy.

    In short, being cold is not simply it. Very very very cold things can still be affected by having their kinetic energy decreased even further. Normal ice for example still has a lot of kinetic energy present in it's H2O molecules compared to theoretical matter at absolute zero.

    Being cold does not make you cold proof, since being cold (temperature in general) is merely a side effect of the degree of kinetic energy on a molecular level.

    quick unrelated question: How long have you been in forum jail? The comments I see from you are overall relevant and helpful, but i feel like you've been in forum jail for ages.
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    CotziCotzi Posts: 126

    Coldness is the absence of kinetic energy on a molecular level. The less kinetic energy there is on that level, the closer the temperature would be to absolute zero, zero kelvin.

    Zero kelvin is a theoretical state, an idealistic concept of thermodynamics.

    Approaching this on a realistic basis, there's absolutely no reason to assume that iceman, who logically, the lack of logic from his very concept aside for a second, can not be at a state of absolute zero. So logically he, as in the molecules he is made of, also can be affected by a further decrease in kinetic energy.

    In short, being cold is not simply it. Very very very cold things can still be affected by having their kinetic energy decreased even further. Normal ice for example still has a lot of kinetic energy present in it's H2O molecules compared to theoretical matter at absolute zero.

    Being cold does not make you cold proof, since being cold (temperature in general) is merely a side effect of the degree of kinetic energy on a molecular level.

    quick unrelated question: How long have you been in forum jail? The comments I see from you are overall relevant and helpful, but i feel like you've been in forum jail for ages.
    Whats a forum jail? Im new to the forum
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    Hammerbro_64Hammerbro_64 Posts: 7,463 ★★★★★
    Cotzi said:

    Coldness is the absence of kinetic energy on a molecular level. The less kinetic energy there is on that level, the closer the temperature would be to absolute zero, zero kelvin.

    Zero kelvin is a theoretical state, an idealistic concept of thermodynamics.

    Approaching this on a realistic basis, there's absolutely no reason to assume that iceman, who logically, the lack of logic from his very concept aside for a second, can not be at a state of absolute zero. So logically he, as in the molecules he is made of, also can be affected by a further decrease in kinetic energy.

    In short, being cold is not simply it. Very very very cold things can still be affected by having their kinetic energy decreased even further. Normal ice for example still has a lot of kinetic energy present in it's H2O molecules compared to theoretical matter at absolute zero.

    Being cold does not make you cold proof, since being cold (temperature in general) is merely a side effect of the degree of kinetic energy on a molecular level.

    quick unrelated question: How long have you been in forum jail? The comments I see from you are overall relevant and helpful, but i feel like you've been in forum jail for ages.
    Whats a forum jail? Im new to the forum
    Basically if you post something that breaks forum rules or is a bit too edgy, you get put in forum jail, which is one step from getting permanently banned on the forums. When jailed, you can’t make discussions, and you can only post a comment every 2(?) minutes.
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