ll had written a take home exam tor his graduate students. It had one cuestion: ''Is Hell exothermic
mines oil heat! or endothermic [absorbs mall? a ."
Host oi the noopis oi their beliefs using Heine' s law [gas owls it expands and heats it is
or line student, ', the following:
Firer, we need to know how the mass oi Hell is changing in time. some need to know the rate that souls are moving into Hell and
the rate their leaving. I Mn smell! assume that one a soul gets to Hell, itkill not , " souls are
Astor how mans souls are entering Hell, let' s look at the diiferent religions that exist in the world toms. some oi these religions
state that mod are not a member oi their religion, gou will go to Hell. since there are more than one oi these religions, and sine
noble do not belong to more than " religion, we mu that all noble and all souls go to Hell. lilith birth and death rates
their are, we Mn GIBBS! the number oi souls in Hell to increase .
How, we look at the rate oi mange in thejokeme in Hell bceause Boyle' s law states that in temperature and
pressure in Hell to stag the same, thejokeme oi Hell has to expand " souls are added. This gives two possibilities:
1 it Hell is expanding at a slower rate than the rate souls enter Hell, then the temperature and pressure in Hellkill
increase until all Hell breaks loose.
2 or nurse, ii Hell is expanding at a rate betterthan the increase oi souls in Hell, then the temperature and pressure will molt
until Hell breezes over.
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Hell bedore I sou," and we take into amount the ieet that I still have not in sexual relationships her,
the #2 cannot be true, and " Hell is exothermic."