I must say that I never would associate a missile of any kind with cooling something off. To me, a missile is shot through the air as it is propelled by the expulsion of hot gases until it reaches its target, where it explodes into a fireball of destruction. Not really much there except the use of heat to propel and the generation of heat from the massive explosion. Now that is some impressive amount of hot temperatures which is certainly enough to destroy pretty much anything.
In many cases, the presence of large amounts of heat can cause extensive amounts of damage to just about anything, whether it is brain damage from a person suffering an extreme fever or the deterioration of a piece of rubber due to extreme temperatures. This is just as important of a concern when dealing with your processor in your computer. As the processor works, it generates extreme amounts of heat that, if not properly transferred away, will cause extensive amounts of damage and eventually failure to the CPU. This is why the selection of cooling materials is so important and brings me back to my original statement about cooling and a missile.
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