"It's always so hot out here, hey speaking of which, did you know that the sun is made of hydrogen and helium. So when Thermonuclear fusion reactions,fusion of two light atomic nuclei into a single heavier nucleus, occur the sun gets warmer which is probably why it always feels so hot"
"Oh yeah! I remember Ms.Skoglund saying that. And she also said that radiation is determined by the by body temperature AND she said that radiation is able to go through other objects whether they are solids, liquids, or gas."
"Didn't she also say something about magnet waves?"
" HAHA I think you mean Electromagnetic waves. They are the waves that self-propagate radiation . All heated objects emit electromagnetic waves, especially if they're surrounded by space.
"So, for example, we are emitting Electromagnetic waves as we speak."
"Geez, you don't pay attention do you. She was saying that the greenhouse effect is the trapped radiation that is between the ground and the lower part of the atmosphere."
"Wasn't she also saying something about a house?"
"Wow, there are s many interesting things about thermonuclear reactions. I also had no idea that the earth's surface is 15 degrees celcius
"Now that I've given you the science lesson for the second time, can we get on with the game? y electromagnetic waves are getting hotter by the minute!"