Today we learned about how heat transfers work in science. A heat transfer works by putting somthing warm near something cold. When the warm object gets close to the cold object the warm object transfers heat to the cold object and tries to make it the same temperature by giving heat to the cold thing. We then did a heat transfer of our own by putting a cup of warm water in a bucket of cold water to see if the water would change temperature. We then used temperature probes and put them in each of the cups of water and made a graph of the warm water transfering heat and losing heat trying to make the cold water warmer. I was suprised to find out that on the graph when our cold water and warm water temperatures almost were the same the warm water temperature went up. But, suprising enough, the colder water finally was warmer than the warm water.