The sun shining over Dairy Land, which generates intense heat.[1]

In physics and chemistry, heat was energy transferred from one body to another by thermal interactions. The transfer of energy could occur in a variety of ways, among them conduction, radiation, and convection. Heat was not a property of a system or body, but instead was always associated with a process of some kind, and was synonymous with heat flow and heat transfer.

Wonder Woman's heat barrier was made of super heat.[2]

When Kolbar used his solar robot to move the Earth closer to the sun, this caused a massive heatwave all over the world that caused a lot of problems all over the world, including the melting of ice in the Arctic Circle, which endangered a Eskimo village.[3]

The heat of a volcanic fissure in Molesville made it impossible for the Mole family to go near the diamonds that were laying around it, because the heat was too intense.[4]

Mr. Vanderbulge told Doctor Gulliver that the glass that contained his star sapphire was impervious to heat.[5]

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  1. As seen in the Superfriends season 1 episode Too Hot to Handle (1973).
  2. As seen in the Season 1 episode The Ultra Beam (1973).
  3. As seen in Too Hot to Handle.
  4. As seen in the Superfriends season 1 episode The Mysterious Moles (1973).
  5. As seen in Gulliver's Gigantic Goof.

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