As far as dropping two objects of varying temperatures they will have different air resistance levels. Drag (air resistance) is a mechanical force
that is generated by the interaction and contact of a solid body with a fluid (liquid or gas).
Terminal velocity is also dependent on mass of the object.
Remember: Laws of Physics, in real life, do not 'carry out' the way that they'should.'
We have pesky things, such as the atmosphere, to inhibit the continuation of things as they would, technically proceed.
This guy needs a smack in the face. Any first year high school student taking a physics course could prove wrong.
He states that he is "a student of the Vedanta philosophy". My recommendation is that he needs to stay that course, because he's having a real
rough time with basic physical laws and the scientific method.
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