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Can anyone translate this?

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8 Comments.

  1. The first parts a mystery, but the nonadiabatic part is about wrapping up warm against the cold air outside 🙂

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  2. Winter solstice?

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  3. …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).

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  4. I think, the phase transition part means the New Year and the noisy and loud- part is about enjoing the fireworks.

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  5. Isn’t the first part Black Wednesday?

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  6. Looks to me like “Good night, sleep tight”

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  7. The first part means happy winter solstice. The second part most likely means don’t catch a cold.

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  8. To me it sounds most like:

    Have fun and stay warm tomorrow.

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