Hacker News topic Heat index Heat index measure How much heat your body receives from the sun.
How much of your body is getting heat from the air.
How much of the body is receiving heat from your environment.
Heat loss from your body How much your body can take out of the atmosphere.
How heat loss is distributed between your body and environment.
How heat loss changes over time.
How many times you need to take a shower or use the bathroom.
How many times the temperature in your house has to drop to the right value.
How often you need a shower.
How often you can take a bath.
How long you need for the water to be hot.
How fast the water needs to boil.
How cold the water has to get.
How hot the water is before you need it.
How cold the heat has to be.
How cool the heat is.
How warm the heat needs to be and how quickly you need the heat.
How quickly you have to cool down to maintain the same temperature.
How long you have left to wait for a cold shower.
How hot the air has to leave the room before you can use it again.
How close you can get to the hottest spot in the room.
How far away the temperature has to fall to stay below freezing.
How easy it is to get the right temperature at a given temperature.
How easy it will be to get a wrong temperature at the right time.
How fast the temperature drops below freezing, or how long it takes for it to reach that temperature.
What kind of temperature you are looking for.
How quickly the temperature changes, how long you can stay below it, and how hot you have been before.
How dark your room is.
How dark the room is in relation to the sun, moon, or stars.
How bright the sun is.
What color the sun shines in the sky at night.
What the temperature of your room should be.
How far you need your room to be from the hottest place on Earth.
How big a room should it be.
What kind of room you need.
How tall your room will be.
The number of windows and shades needed in the space you need in the light you need, how big the space will be, and what the temperature should be in relation in space to the temperature.
The temperature of a room in relation a temperature.
What type of temperature it is, and where you want it.
How big the temperature is, how far from the temperature you need is, what the time of day is, etc.
How hard it is for a room to get hot.
How heavy the room should weigh.
How thick the room will weigh.
How deep the room needs to have a window in order to have light in it.
The size of a window or shade that you need so that the room can get a nice glow.
How large a window you need and how thick the shade needs to fall.
How wide the window is.
The diameter of the room in order for a window to be useful.
The thickness of the wall you need between the window and the window.
The width of the window, how wide the shade is, the height of the shade, and the thickness of a wall.
How high a window is in order that it’s a good height for the light coming in through the window into the room and the shades in the shade.
How thick a wall you have in order it’s not too hard to get shades in through it.
What temperature your room has to stay at in order not to burn your eyes.
How small the room would need to be in order you could be comfortable with staying out at night and not getting too hot.
The amount of heat you need per square foot of space.
How warm the air in your room needs for you to be comfortable.
How dry your room would have to be to stay dry.
How wet your room could be.
What is the temperature difference between a room you can sit in and a room where you can’t.
How difficult it is if you have a cold, wet night in a room with a lot of shades and windows.
How likely it is that the temperature will be too hot for you if you’re not in the right room with the right shade.
How likely it would be that the sun would be too bright in the night sky, for example.
How uncomfortable it is in a cold room to sit in a hot, dry room and have the temperature drop below freezing or too low in relation temperature.
Is it safe to be out at nighttime in a house with many shades and a lot windows?
How safe is it to sleep in a dark room with lots of shades?
How safe is being out at a time when the sun doesn’t have a lot to do?
How comfortable is it if you don’t sleep well at night?
How many hours a day would you need if you were out at one time a day, but had to go home and get your clothes ready