Un-boiling an egg, the mind boggles.
I read the article, and still can't figure out what they are really doing or how they are really gonna use it, seems to be a processing technique more than a production technique. Somehow I suspect the unboiled whites are not quite the same as the original.
I guess the next step is to un-fry a chicken.
But, hey, why pass up a chance to bash?
Do you idiots seriously believe that if the government was going to target you for surveillance, and go to the length of breaking into your home in order to bug it, that they would do so while you were there????
They also have a guy set up in the abandoned house across the street.
The report echoes a well-known joke/prank wherein people discuss the dangers of the chemical “dihydrogen monoxide" also known as hydrogen oxide and hydrogen hydroxide. Search online for information about dihydrogen monoxide, and you'll find a long list of scary-sounding and absolutely true warnings about it: the nuclear power industry uses enormous quantities of it every year. Dihydrogen monoxide is used in the production of many highly toxic pesticides, and chemical weapons banned by the Geneva Conventions. Dihydrogen monoxide is found in all tumors removed from cancer patients, and is guaranteed fatal to humans in large quantities and even small quantities can kill you, if it enters your respiratory system. In 2006, in Louisville, Kentucky, David Karem, executive director of the Waterfront Development Corporation, a public body that operates Waterfront Park, wished to deter bathers from using a large public fountain. "Counting on a lack of understanding about water's chemical makeup," he arranged for signs reading: "DANGER! – WATER CONTAINS HIGH LEVELS OF HYDROGEN – KEEP OUT" to be posted on the fountain at public expense"
Low humidity = low heat capacity Low heat capacity = faster cooling given a set amount of radiance (be it soil or air) which equates to high temperature swings.
Obviously, heat from the sand is lost almost entirely by radiance. I agree little is absorbed by the dry, low heat capacity air. I agree radiance is a primary factor in cooling.
But you must understand that surface characteristic play into it as well as moisture in the air. If you have ever been to a desert city where asphalt absorbs much heat during the day, you will find that even with dry air and clear skies, the surface air temperatures do not follow such drastic, rapid swings.
The 'warmer' just below the surface is exactly what you expect from a low heat capacity, reflective soil.
Why are you so opposed to the idea of radiant cooling?
I don't understand what you are talking about. If you read what I said, the sand cool quickly because of its low heat capacity. That cooling is can be from radiant heat loss, I never said it was not. Obviously you have both factors at play.
You do realize that, Hollywood stereotypes aside, desert != sand, right?
Can't you freaking read? I specifically was talking about sand. Pay attention and don't get so defensive. Clouds = moisture in the air..
But, its hard to have any hope of good drivers overall when it seems that 20% of people seem to stupid to how to use a passing lane properly.