Electricians say that a hot junction is always cold, and a cold junction is always hot. Explain what is the meaning of this expression.

This means that solidly welded wires hardly heat up when an electric current passes, but remain cold, since there is a small resistance, and hastily twisted wires turn out to be hot, that is, they heat up at the place of twisting when a current passes due to high resistance.

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