Who are the people you want to introduce Wikipedia to?
Try to be as specific as possible about this group.
Not only Science students but also everybody who is interested in the subject of Physics and others who are bothered about their own body temperature.
In what languages do they search for information, online or otherwise?
From all source that are available.
In what ways does this group communicate with each other?
This can include services and apps in social media, mailing lists, physical spaces like conferences or lectures, or at specific institutions like at a library.
e-mail communication will be more suitable > firstname.lastname@example.org
What are some reasons this group would use Wikipedia? How would they benefit from it, or what would they find useful?
Think about what they would be interested in reading and learning about; does Wikipedia provide better access to information this group cares about?
I have no suggestions on this point
What language Wikipedia projects will you promote to new readers?
How will you communicate with new readers? Will you be communicating with them online, in-person, or both?
possible only through e-mails > participants may communicate with me on email@example.com
Describe your idea to engage new readers. How might it be implemented? What will you tell people about Wikipedia?
Think about the steps that might involved to make this idea happen, and what you might teach people about your experience or others' experiences using Wikipedia.
the idea I have given is for academic interet and I feel that it will be useful as food for extra thinking.
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This point is not applicable in the case of idea presented.
Do you think you can implement this idea? What support do you need?
Do you need people with specific skills or resources to complete this idea? Are there any financial needs for this project? Do you need advising from Wikimedia Foundation staff?
This is not a project to work upon .
About the idea creator
I am a Chartered Accountant by profession > I am a Science graduate and interested in Physics > I am now 70 years old
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Does your idea not require funding, but you're not sure about what to do next? Not sure how to start a proposal on your local project that needs consensus? Contact Chris Schilling on-wiki at I JethroBT (WMF) (talk · contribs) or via e-mail at cschillingwikimedia.org for help! Body temperature changes Everybody believes that human body is getting hot when he drinks hot drinks , hot coffee etc.But what happens is the reverse of it.When one drinks hot coffee his body temperature goes down . This is why in winter, men drink hot beverages and feel more comfortable . The same effect is gained when he is doing physical exercise and brings down his body temperature. Suppose the atmospheric temperature is 34 degrees and human body temperature is 28 degrees , then the man feels hot . If he can bring down the atmospheric temperature to 28 degrees by putting on a fan or Air conditioner , he escapes from the heat outside. This shows that the body temperature and the temperature surrounding him should be equal or the atmospheric temperature should be a bit lower for him to be comfortable. When the atmospheric temperature is below his body temperature he will have to either push up the outside temperature to 28 degrees using a room heater or to bring down his body temperature to a lower level in order to escape from the cold weather.. He may adopt different methods to accomplish this target. One is to consume hot beverages and another is to take bodily exercise such as running or brisk walking and yet another is to cover his body with thick blankets so that heat from the body is preserved .