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Can anyone translate this?
The first parts a mystery, but the nonadiabatic part is about wrapping up warm against the cold air outside 🙂
…certainly, Peters, and the phase transition seems just to get out of the door, in a noisy and cold environment. (It isn’t properly a phase transition, though).
I think, the phase transition part means the New Year and the noisy and loud- part is about enjoing the fireworks.
Isn’t the first part Black Wednesday?
Looks to me like “Good night, sleep tight”
The first part means happy winter solstice. The second part most likely means don’t catch a cold.
To me it sounds most like:
Have fun and stay warm tomorrow.
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