posted on Apr, 29 2019 @ 05:19 PM
a reply to: therainmaker
Having worked with cryogenic liquids as well as overly warm glass (I'm a Chemsit, who works in an industrial scale). Something REALLY hot can feel ice
cold sometimes, its how your nerves interpret it. Crysgenic burns are far different than heat ones (in that they tend to burst the cells) but those
burns can feel like you stuck your hand into a fire (on occasion liquid nitrogen gets under one of my rings and gets trapped).
So from a purely non esoteric perspective, your nerves might have played a trick.'
Thermodynamics? Nah, you can't have an ice cold thing in a hot environment like that, not if its been hot for the whole cycle.
Esoterically? Yeah I guess? I've not had that happen to me, but I guess its possible? It seems like a trick the Good Folk would play, I tend to bribe
the hell out of mine.