Radiators tend to emit heat, when anything is near one, it becomes hot.
yes thanks for that but I had grasped that correlation....it's the relevance of your answer in relation to my question that i find dubious ..but hey thanks for your input, time and humour!
The topic would make it hot. We don't always find the answers we are looking for, but knowing the question has been asked could bring the reader back to the page later.
Views of questions are measured, just like views for hubs. My assumption would be that a "Hot" question is getting a lot of views. But that doesn't necessarily correlate to a lot of answers, as people may be looking for the answer rather than looking to answer the question.
Answers make the questions cool. First the 'hot' becomes 'hottest' and finally after getting answers it cools down. Keep visiting to prepare a temperature graph - which can be a source of New Hub.
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