In article <email@example.com>, Darwin123 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Most of thermodynamics can be visualized by imagining that entropy > is an indestructible fluid. Temperature is a quantity proportional to > the pressure this fluid can exert. One can think of entropy as > analogous to electric charge, and temperature as analogous to voltage.
Help me understand that. Given that the greater difference in temperature between an object and the environment (think of a hot bar of steel in an ambient atmosphere of 0c) then the faster the transfer of energy from the bar to the atmosphere.