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Body Temperature/Mood Categorization Indicator

Bodyheat as an indicator of health or stress levels or personality
 
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a small device that measures an individuals core body temperature of the course of time (say 1 or 2 days). as we know the terms "hot head" or "cool" are grounded in reality. a stressed out person should have a higher elevated body temperature than one who is relaxed. menstruation elevates body temperature, as does catching a cold or fighting. if an individuals temp was above norm one could expect elevated stress or "passion". a lower temp would indicate lack of interest or poor circulation. i think that you would find that different people have a different mean temperature. maybe certain sorts of character types and individuals have a similar average temperature... this catagorization could be helpful in social alienation and division of humans into yet another group (sarcasm). people would say, "im a 94'.. what are you?" blah blah blah... i imagine some level of useful information could be gathered by this walkman -like device for doctors and patients. many trends could be clocked. twinkie defense comes to mind. paragraphs are for novels... this is halfbaked information... indeed.
dsatan, Jul 15 2003

Pege Reference http://www.pege.org/w/bodyheat.htm
Bodyheat Formula [dsatan, Oct 17 2004]

BFAWU http://www.bfawu.or...lth-temperature.htm
Temperature in the Workplace [dsatan, Oct 17 2004]

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       "i think that you would find that different people have a different mean temperature."
This is already well established.
  

       "...this catagorization could be helpful in social alienation and division of humans"
Like we need help?
phoenix, Jul 15 2003
  

       Well, paragraphs anyway.
phoenix, Jul 16 2003
  

       Take a peek at your mood ring.
lurch, Jul 16 2003
  
      
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