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We now know that these laws of thermodynamics (from the Greek therme, meaning "heat" and dynamis, meaning "power") apply to every type of energy conversion.
The names of the unit comes from the Greek word for heat, therme.
In fact, the word "geothermal" comes from the Greek words geo (Earth) and therme
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Geothermal comes from the Greek word geo, meaning earth, and therme, meaning heat.
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