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"seventy four degrees celsius" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"seventy four degrees celsius" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"The equivalent of an emergency use authorization and so they're going to start with healthcare workers and long-term care residents as well as elderly much like we will In fact in the us. Greg last tiny told us a little bit about the a cip. And if you could tell us again what that is. And i think they make recommendations on who gets the vaccines i in the united states. Tell us how that process is going to work. Just very briefly and i have served on all of these Committee so i have a pretty detailed knowledge of them. The fda has a committee. They call ver- pack. They're the ones that will review the data and make a recommendation to fda once. Fda says this is a go and we anticipate the ver- pack meeting to be this thursday. Then it will go over to cdc. Cdc has an advisory committee called the advisory committee on immunization practices a c. I as you mentioned. They're responsible for the implementation phase of it so in this sense that they will make recommendations about who should get the vaccine what precautions you know. The the operational details of immunization they make that recommendation to cdc cdc take that under advisement and then issues a recommendation. Then what will happen in a third stage. Is that each state will decide within that priority. Who will get immunized so for example a stage one eight is healthcare providers as as one example but which healthcare providers so each state and each institution will have some latitude within which to make those decisions. I saw a fascinating picture last week of some freezers that Mayo clinic obtained to store vaccine. And if i'm not incorrect they said that each of them can store about forty five thousand doses of vaccine and they were them to minus seventy four degrees celsius and there were five of them. It was really fascinating to me. So what about distributing whichever of these vaccines were going to be using. Are we ready to do that. And what an incredible process. That must be yeah..

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"seventy four degrees celsius" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"seventy four degrees celsius" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Astronomers fat evidence of a Patchwork of salty liquid water lakes below the surface of the Red Planet, Mars these latest discoveries follows the detection of allowed salty liquid water lake beneath the Martian southern Polar Icecap back in two thousand eighteen the new findings reported in the journal Nature Astronomy suggests there must be audible puns of hyper saline liquid water below the surface of the Red Planet Mars like a previous results than new findings based on radar data from the masses instrument aboard the European Space Agency's Mars Express or. To make discoveries, the authors barred methodology commonly used for radar sounder investigations in subglacial lakes in Arctic Canada, and Greenland adapting the method to analyze both old and new masses data. The reading show multiple areas of high intensity reflections that's against the existence of numerous extended polls of liquid water back in twenty eighteen scientists using data for Mars Express detected an area of strong reflectively in lead the parts of ice and dust about. One and a half kilometers below the surface neither mash and south pole ice cap. The data suggests a liquid water lake about twenty kilometers across lying on the original surface of the planet, which is since being covered the by as of ice and dust, and unlike previous findings of water on Mars, which were either frozen or highly seasonal. This reservoir appear to be permanently liquid and because microbes can't survive in similar environments on. Earth, the Martian subsurface lake could also potentially host live despite the extreme cold and salinity that discovery spark renewed if it's to better understand the sorts of conditions which would allow liquid water to assist in such an inner spittle area. See over the Martian. Surface is too cold and as far too little atmospheric pressure appear liquid water to survive. The Red Planet is rich in chlorides. CHLORIDES sulfates Hekla rates, calcium, magnesium, and sodium. Salts all of which would significantly lower the freezing point of water keeping liquid data temperatures as low as minus seventy four degrees Celsius. The triple point of a substance is the temperature and pressure at which you can co exist in all three main phases that is solid liquid gas for water. The triple point is found at zero point zero, one degrees Celsius, and at six point one to Minibar or zero point six percent. Of Atmospheric pressure on Earth surface although there are some equitorial regions mass, which to have conditions just below the triple point of water, most of the planet and Joe's temperatures far below that, and when the atmospheric pressure is lower than the liquids vapor pressure, the Liquid evaporates through a process called supplementation. Pure water really supplements under the thin Martian atmosphere, which is just one percent of atmospheric pressure on earth however sought solutions or. brines done evaporate or freezes easily and therefore would be more likely to remain liquid on eyes experiments. Suggest that water mixed with Magnesium Cora would would be less likely to evaporate or freeze on Mas compared to water mixed with Surrey Potassium chlorate necessary Phoenix landed touchdown, either marsh North Pole back in two thousand and eight. It's the furthest north. Any mission has ever gone and win mission manages photograph though land struts they saw. Droplets of liquid colas on the structure. Now, scientists believe these with droplets of saline water at splashed up during the landing, and they remained in a liquid form for some time as to where the water came from. Well, a trench dug by Phoenix, uncovered frozen water, just a centimeter below the surface. So Phoenix was landing. It's rockets were firing and the head of those rockets melted some of the water which then splashed up. On the landing structure, the new study not only confirm the position extent strengthen of the original twenty eighteen south pole detection, but it also discovered three separate bright areas three additional lakes each about ten kilometers wide as for this new study it not only confirmed the position extent strength to the original twenty, eighteen south Paul detection, but it also discovered three separate new bright areas that is three additional lakes h around ten kilometres cross. In other words the main lake is surrounded by several smaller bodies of liquid water. Now, this stage, the authors can't determine these legs into connected or if they're H. isolated bodies, one of the study's authors Brazil caporale from the University of southern Queensland says the barter experiments studying the stability of hyper saline acquiesce solutions have helped explain the presence of the liquid water. These experiments show that high salinity, Brian Campuses, geologically significant periods of. Time, even at temperatures as low as minus one, hundred and twenty five degrees Celsius which typically found in the Martian polar regions. Now, while the existence of a single subglacial lake could be attributed to an unusual condition such as volcano under the ice sheet. The discovery of any system of lakes implies that they're actually fairly common, and that suggests some kind of natural formation process that's probably been going on through much of modern history. Taking. That a step further, it could also imply that these lakes could retain traces of any life forms that may have evolved on the Red Planet. Mars. Was a warmer wetter world with a denser atmosphere something more similar to the earth rather than the freeze dried desert the red planet it's become today. APP really says findings confirm that thick Martian ice sheets far from being uniformly structured wastelands should be viewed as graphically and physically complex geological formations deserving to be fully exploiting tito well, the new Nathan has shown us that that are three other little lakes. Around. The main one they are all separated some other by strips of dry. And get more little ones that about thank you. Across each it shows that the mashed environment is doing these things randomly doesn't it? Because if it was just one liquid water lake that there could be a volcano or something that caused that not. All that raises questions about this is some natural geological process which occurs on Mas. Right. Been doing your research actually elite there worth a paper published last year by a group in the US that speculated that there might be at will cain and they're the ice or that could be an area of anomalous geothermal activity. For example, if there were much much chambers underneath the area where we found the first lake, but that's the require really high just thermal gradients and there is no evidence for that having found the three mortally the lakes in the region. Clearly, as you mentioned, it signifies that we are not looking at a unique occurrence. Looking at something, which is much more global implications and very well linked to the climate and hydrology of Mars in order to allow water to remain liquid at such cold temperatures in as in.

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"seventy four degrees celsius" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

08:26 min | 3 years ago

"seventy four degrees celsius" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Should never wash raw chicken you heard that right? You are not supposed to wash raw chicken, and knowing why will help you protect yourself and your family and friends from potential food poisoning. Here's the deal one of the most common causes of food poisoning. In the US comes from 'Bacterial. You find in raw chicken, these nasty cells are called compiler b-actor, and they're typically found on meat and poultry that's been contaminated during processing if your chicken has been contaminated, and you splash water on it. Bacteria will spread to everything the droplets touch as in your hands. Cooking tools, kitchen, counters and clothing. Yikes. So don't use water instead here a few pro tips from the UK's. Nah. National health service to avoid food poisoning from Rochester. I keep it covered and chilled. Be sure to store your chicken at the bottom of the fridge to avoid dripping, contaminated juices on other food. Also, remember to wash your hands and used utensils make sure everything that has come in contact with a raw chicken has been thoroughly scrubbed and finally remembered to cook chicken thoroughly your chickens should be steaming hot all the way through have cleared juices. And no pink meet us a meat thermometer. If you have one to ensure the chicken has reached at least one hundred sixty five degrees Fahrenheit or seventy four degrees celsius, whatever you do just say no to chicken, baths, if you wash your chicken, it's you that will end up in hot

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"seventy four degrees celsius" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

08:26 min | 3 years ago

"seventy four degrees celsius" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Hi, we're here from curiosity dot com to help you get smarter and just a few minutes. I'm Cody Goff. And I'm actually Hamer today. You're about why you should never wash raw chicken the story behind a place called the island of the colorblind and the forgotten campaign to create a thirteen month calendar, but satisfy some curiosity you should never wash raw chicken you heard that right? You are not supposed to wash raw chicken, and knowing why will help you protect yourself and your family and friends from potential food poisoning. Here's the deal one of the most common causes of food poisoning. In the US comes from 'Bacterial. You find in raw chicken, these nasty cells are called compiler b-actor, and they're typically found on meat and poultry that's been contaminated during processing if your chicken has been contaminated, and you splash water on it. Bacteria will spread to everything the droplets touch as in your hands. Cooking tools, kitchen, counters and clothing. Yikes. So don't use water instead here a few pro tips from the UK's. Nah. National health service to avoid food poisoning from Rochester. I keep it covered and chilled. Be sure to store your chicken at the bottom of the fridge to avoid dripping, contaminated juices on other food. Also, remember to wash your hands and used utensils make sure everything that has come in contact with a raw chicken has been thoroughly scrubbed and finally remembered to cook chicken thoroughly your chickens should be steaming hot all the way through have cleared juices. And no pink meet us a meat thermometer. If you have one to ensure the chicken has reached at least one hundred sixty five degrees Fahrenheit or seventy four degrees celsius, whatever you do just say no to chicken, baths, if you wash your chicken, it's you that will end up in hot water. You probably know that when someone says they're colorblind what they're probably saying is that they have red green blindness not that they see everything in black and white literally without other colors. What you might not know, though, is that there is a place where color blindness runs rampant and on that island the inhabitants. Do in fact, see in almost. Entirely black and white. I'm talking about Pingel up a toll, and it's literally known as the island of the colorblind. Since Oliver sacks gave it that nickname in nineteen Ninety-six as a pretty cool backstory that effectively comes from one person in seventeen seventy five via toll was devastated by typhoon and only a few survivors made it through the storm. According to the oral history of the island. One of the survivors was the king who helped repopulate the island quite liberally by leaving a lot of descendants. And he had a rare condition known as a Chroma Tope Zia fast forward a couple of centuries and a chromosome on Pendle appetite is about as common as left handedness is on the mainland now for some perspective, red green color. Blindness isn't particularly uncommon among certain people about eight percent of men have it along with about one half of one percents of women chromato- on the other hand affects only about one in thirty thousand people, but on Pingelap a toll the condition effects about w-. One in ten people. Yeah. Pretty high density there now under the science of color vision, actually works. You've got three types of cone cells in your eye. Some are sensitive to read some to green and some two blue a Chroma Tope Z happens because none of the cones function properly, which leaves you with only the bright sensitive rod cells to do all the work. Ron's only detect the intensity of light. So they can only perceive in gray scale, but there's another side effect people with eight Chroma topa also tend to be very sensitive to bright light that can make daily chores on a sunny island's pretty unbearable. The upside is that it chromato- does come with excellence dark vision, which is handy for another island tradition catching flying fish by night. Using a bright fire suspended from a boat. If you're having a hard time imagining what might be like to live with this condition. Then I've got some good news. A Belgian photographer named son to wild put together, a fantastic, art installation with pictures that use infrared settings and black and white filters. Emerged of other ways of playing with color. The result was an art project intended to make people reconsider their relationship to color and to try to understand what a color actually is outside of how it's experienced just like the elevator sacks nickname. She called the project the island of the colorblind, and you could find links to that inner full rate up on this on curiosity dot com. Today's episode is paid for by nitsa. It can be a little frustrating, especially if you're in a hurry or running late to find yourself at a railway crossing waiting for a train. And if the signals are going in the trains, not even there yet you can feel a bit tempted to try to sneak across the tracks. Well, don't ever seriously trains are often going a lot faster than you expect them to be and they can't stop even if the engineer hits the brakes right away. It can take a train over a mile to stop by that time. What used to be your car is just a crushed hunk of metal? And what used to be you? You know, what it's probably better. Not to think about that. The point. Is you can't know how quickly the train will arrive. The train can't stop. Even if it sees you the result is disaster. If the signals are on the train is on its way, and you just need to remember one thing. Stop trains can't calendars can be confusing. I mean, some months have thirty days some have thirty one days, and let's not even talk about February. Well, once upon a time an accountant for the British railway reinvented, the annual calendar to have thirteen months and today, we've got the story of why it didn't catch on the man I'm talking about is Moses b cuts worth for some reason to me if I had to give a name to a British accountant and the early nineteen hundreds Moses Cosworth would absolutely be. I mean, it's perfect. He just seems like he's from an old time he play or something. He's he's the Scrooge. It's a great name around the turn of the twentieth century Cosworth was running into issues with the calendar. Long story short. He couldn't compare the railway companies revenue from one month to the next and immediately recognize how things were going. It was hard to see if. There was a change in actual customers from month to month or if revenue changed because of other variables like differences in days from month to month. That's why cuts worth designed a new calendar with thirteen months of exactly twenty eight days each the day of every date was always the same. So the I would always be a Sunday in the thirteenth would always be a Friday at cetera. Cots words thirteenth month was called soul for the summer solstice right between June and July. The leap day was also moved from February to place at the end of Seoul to round out three hundred sixty five days. Cosworth added ear day after the twenty eighth of December as a global holiday that belonged to no individual month. Sounds great. Right. Well, the kind of was in fact, it was wildly popular with businessmen at the time, including George Eastman, who was the founder of Kodak. In fact, Kodak implemented the thirteen month calendar in nineteen twenty four and it stayed in place, organizing the company's finances and production all the way until nineteen. Eighteen eighty nine. But while businesses like the predictability, everyday Americans did not the biggest problem may have been the destruction of independence day also known as the fourth of July the calendars approached a holidays was to place them on the Monday closest to their original date to allow for three day weekend. When it came to independence day, the adopters had two options, they could either keep it in July, but place it on a Monday, which would make it the second of July or keep it where it wasn't a year, which would make it the sixteenth of soul, and apparently Americans were not cool with either option. So the idea eventually died out, but that doesn't make it a bad idea. It just seems that sometimes the fix for a problem is more effort than it's worth. I love that Americans weren't cooler with it just because it wouldn't be the fourth of July the second of July. I mean, there are other issues to like your birthday would change right. Like all sorts of things would change. And we're we're very attached to our holidays. That's true. You can read about today's stories and more on curiosity dot com. And if you want to support this pod. Cast you can sign up to make a one time or monthly contribution on our patriot page special. Thanks to some of our existing patrons. Mary rose. Scott gates hate and Fosse next million Deka Rev, Haller Sohn and Emily. Join us again tomorrow for the award winning curiosity daily. And learn something new in just a few minutes. I'm Ashley Hamer, and I'm Cody gov. Stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

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You should never wash raw chicken

Curiosity Daily

01:22 min | 3 years ago

You should never wash raw chicken

"Should never wash raw chicken you heard that right? You are not supposed to wash raw chicken, and knowing why will help you protect yourself and your family and friends from potential food poisoning. Here's the deal one of the most common causes of food poisoning. In the US comes from 'Bacterial. You find in raw chicken, these nasty cells are called compiler b-actor, and they're typically found on meat and poultry that's been contaminated during processing if your chicken has been contaminated, and you splash water on it. Bacteria will spread to everything the droplets touch as in your hands. Cooking tools, kitchen, counters and clothing. Yikes. So don't use water instead here a few pro tips from the UK's. Nah. National health service to avoid food poisoning from Rochester. I keep it covered and chilled. Be sure to store your chicken at the bottom of the fridge to avoid dripping, contaminated juices on other food. Also, remember to wash your hands and used utensils make sure everything that has come in contact with a raw chicken has been thoroughly scrubbed and finally remembered to cook chicken thoroughly your chickens should be steaming hot all the way through have cleared juices. And no pink meet us a meat thermometer. If you have one to ensure the chicken has reached at least one hundred sixty five degrees Fahrenheit or seventy four degrees celsius, whatever you do just say no to chicken, baths, if you wash your chicken, it's you that will end up in hot

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