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This is really anormal. Have Apple repair your Mac.
Actually it should be RT (room temperature) like all the time. Check the pins to see if one of them is getting discolored. The only reson for your converter to get hot is a bad contact creating a arc, that creates heat. Making sure the plugs sit tight (on both sides) and that none of the contact pins (on both sides) is discolored. Cleaning the pins could ...
It will destroy your battery if you do that for a long time... Mine exploded when I plugged it in after a while of using it! CAUTION!!!!
I charge my iPad and iPhone with the same cable and notice no difference.
Per this Apple KB article, the Mac must be awake for Energy Saver's settings to take effect: Your computer must be awake and you must be logged in for it to shut down at the scheduled time. If you are not logged in or the computer is in sleep, your computer will not shut down at the scheduled time Source: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH3954
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