National Geographic asked two men and women to compare the temperature of their hands and the temperature of their bodies. The results showed that the average temperature of the palm heart in women was 30.6 ℃, while that of male was 32.2 ℃, and the difference was 1.6 ℃.
The two experimenters didn't seem to represent everything. We decided to find more samples to do experiments to see how different the temperature of men's and women's hands is?
We randomly invited several colleagues to help us. In order to make the experimental data more accurate, we asked several colleagues to cool their hands in the air for a few minutes.
Next, each thermal imaging image we took was a pair of hands of men and women. We used the highest temperature of the palms of hands to see the temperature difference between men and women's hands. The following photos are male left and female right.
From the above five groups of experimenters, in general, the temperature of men's hands (the average maximum temperature is 33.7 ℃) is slightly higher than that of women (the average maximum temperature is 32 ℃).