Extreme Chill for Trauma Patients

“Hi!  Welcome to the emergency department!  Take off your coat and shoes, your freezer is right over there.  Have a seat and we’ll be with you in a moment.”

I imagine that hospital welcome will be more unspoken and mostly mandatory in the coming years as we begin to realize, and accept, that our bodies are basically big bags of meat and freezing us preserves us while cooking us, ends us.

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Honeywell TM005X Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermo-Hygrometer Review

Dry air makes you sick.  Dry air destroys guitars.  Using a cool mist humidifier in the Winter to help things along is not enough because you must also know precisely how much water you’re putting into the air.  Guitars like a humidity level between 40-60%.  Anything below that threshold, and frets will eventually start popping out of the fingerboard.  Anything above 60% humidity and your guitar can start to swell in the exposed wood parts and not want stay in tune. The Honeywell TM005X Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermo-Hygrometer is an almost perfect device for home use that will wirelessly, and
remotely monitor, both the temperature and the humidity levels in at two
areas.  You can purchase two extra remote sensors to give you readings
in four places.  There’s only one major problem with this Honeywell
system.

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