About fans, air and temperatures.
It's summer, it's warm, I'm using a fan.
Is the air coming from a working fan cooler than the surrounding air, or is it exactly the same temperature?
We all know a fan helps when it's warm, but, we also know that it only speeds up the surrounding [warm] air, right? ...or is it right?
I have NO idea what I'm talking about, but I think that sped up air somewhat cools down, so that it's cooler than static air.
Again, I have no clue as to what I'm saying or thinking, so maybe we can clear this age old question up once and for all.
Besides, it gives us something to do on this warm Saturday.
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