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So does pretty much everything that is not 0K radiate some kind of EM wavelength?

  1. Jan 12, 2013 #1
    Since temperature is no more than vibrating atoms (in Feynman's words), wouldn't that induce a changing electric field, just very slow in some cases? If so, is everything that is not 0 degrees kelvin radiating some kind of EM radiation? Like an ice cube, does it radiate small amounts of radio waves? I this why the human body radiates infrared?
     
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