Heat rises as it is lower pressure air whereas higher pressure air masses are colder. Yes heat always rises, it can be trapped and insulated somehow to be retained in an area, but the principle of heat rising is what gives hot air balloons lift, creates thunderstorms in the summer when cold fronts clash with warm moist air.
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