// Talking about Newton's law of Cooling
Schwartz: Give me a food that is best served hot.
Schwartz: Sure, let's go with charcoal! (whispers) Don't actually eat charcoal.
Schwartz: So, when I am making my charcoal snack, I like to bake it at 425 degrees, for about 5 hours.
Schwartz: Then, I would like to travel to the surface of the sun, so it doesn't cool down and get unappetizing.
Schwartz: Food of champions? Don't eat charcoal
Schwartz: Now, give me a food that is best eaten cold.
Schwartz: My favorite way to make snow is to screw up my freezer so it frosts over so I can chip it off the walls of my freezer and I am free to eat it.
Schwartz: I like taking my freezer to Norway, that way when I remove the snow, it starts cooling down even more.
Schwartz: Because it's Norway and I'm assuming it's colder than freezing.
Schwartz: So we can solve global warming by cooking our charcoal on it. Isn't math wonderful?
Schwartz: Don't eat charcoal.