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"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

03:04 min | 7 months ago

"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Characteristic of England, and clearly distinguishable from that used elsewhere as in the US or Australia. Yes, you know we we see these British English words periodically throughout this book and. That's all I to say about that. Next is British or British with an e E R Noun from eighteen twenty nine, and we just have the number two definition for the Word Britton B. R. O. N. although I think you just say Britain. And Yeah I. Guess We haven't come to that one yet that's coming up in a couple of words. Okay. Next is British. Thermal unit three words Noun from eighteen seventy six the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water. One degree Fahrenheit at a specified temperature as thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit. Why is it a British thermal unit though? Was it. Was this standard created in Britain probably. Also. They use Celsius I think yes definitely So I wonder why the example is in Fahrenheit anyway. Next is here we go. This is the one that I was complaining about before Brit Mila or breath Mela. Capital B. R. I T. Second Word Capital M. I L. A. H.. This is a noun from circa nineteen o two and we have the synonym Bris be our is which we talked about recently. This is a Hebrew word. Let's see Berith Mela which literally means covenant of Circumcision. Yes. Okay. Next is Britain or I think it's just Britain. Capital B. R. I T. O. N. now from the thirteenth century one a member of one of the peoples inhabiting Britain prior to the Anglo Saxon. Invasions. To, a native or subject of great. Britain especially this in an Englishman. and. Is Brittany capital be our it T. A. N. Y. Noun from nine hundred, sixty, seven, any other breed of medium size pointers of French origin that resemble the Spaniels in appearance. Called also Brittany Spaniel. This is from the region in France called Brittany. So that's where they made those dogs. Next is brittle. B. R. I T. T. L. E. I form adjective from the fourteenth century one a easily broken cracked or snapped as in brittle clay also is in brittle glass when be easily disrupted overthrown or damaged a synonym is frail as in a brittle friendship..

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"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Any real other surf fast you get that beautiful scattering of light, and the more I started to dig into this phenomenon of cost sticks, the more I realize that a lot of the Internet. Entries kind of dedicated to cost are dedicated to. Graphic design and motion graphics because cost stakes are really important when you're trying to. What things look like in reality, because light doesn't just come, you know as a dispersed blanket from one corner like we often think of still life when we think of graphics and we think Oh, there's the light source, but light is often scattered and rippling and waving in really beautiful, and so a lot of there's a whole article on like the Disney. Animation Studios website about how they did Moana and how it was really necessary that they looked at the physics of cost to be able to do these really beautiful representations, so I thought that was really interesting and I literally never heard of the term before, and tried to dig into the etymology of cost sticks as the secondary. Definition the best that I could come up with was that it's still based on the same terms so caustic. Burning or destroying tissue, or being corrosive or burning? It comes from. The earlier Greek, and ultimately we started to use it as like also a literary sense like if somebody can be cost like they're really sarcastic like salty like they're also. That was a caustic. Comment that somebody makes so. That was one way that it evolved, but it does seem like the. Use of it, as this kind of scattering of light is also based on that original use, because light has the potential to burn, and so when it's either condensed, refracted or reflected that light can burn what comes into contact with it, and so that seems to be where even this usage of the word cost it came from because of course light can burn especially when it's focused like. We all did when we were kids with magnifying glasses tell. I used to the caps on fire. Remember the caps used to get. Oh, yeah, guns and you. Great the nail over, or you could also burn them in the sun and they would they would catch fire. And so, but the article that I found. From Hawkeye talks about the way that certain types of prey fish actually use all of those lights, the scattered lights below the surface. The water cost sticks to. Flee or fight or to freeze so that predators can't find them, so they're kind of using light cost sticks a natural camouflage and working with it to to avoid getting predated pretty interesting cool. So, we've spoken about on the show before about raw milk, right? So How? They were GONNA get milk emails? It's one of those things that people go crazy about. I'm just just a quick. Follow up. But I'll I'll start with the summary so about two to three percent of people in the US and I think it's may be different in other industrialized nations, but not not too far off drink raw milk on a regular basis some because they live on a farm, you know they live in a in a location where they produce is, they can get their fresh, but some people by raw milk at the store because they think it's better right and those are the people that I want to talk to. Talk about so the milk is pasteurized. Pasteurization involves heating milk in a stainless steel container to one hundred sixty one degrees Fahrenheit for fifteen seconds, and then rapidly cooling down to thirty nine degrees. Fahrenheit Fahrenheit it's better than sell Cisco. Never was always. We're going to get the hate. Milk emails I I. Used Fahrenheit. That the Celtics have you WANNA take. Many European countries prefer ultra pasteurized milk, which involves heating to two hundred eighty three hundred degrees Fahrenheit for two to three seconds. To get that here but this. Shelf life. It gets you shelf stable. Right so you know that you don't have to even refrigerator, you can just keep milk in the cupboard. You know which is weird for Americans. It's like. Y-. Carnation Milk Crate, not even carnation. There's a brand that sells them in little. Little like single use packs almost like juice boxes, and you can find them in all grocery stores in the US. Just most people aren't looking for them because they're not stored with the referred yeah. We don't have to be. The question is is raw milk. Health advantage over pasteurized milk. so one thing that we can say for sure is that pasteurization works right. It does do what it's supposed to do. Which is kill bacteria? And therefore. Reduces any food-borne infections through milk milk? Source of infection outbreaks was reduced from twenty five percent to one percent by pasteurization. The number of bacterial outbreaks do to do to Malcolm decrease from twenty five to one percent. There's also lots of studies showing that. If you consume raw milk on a regular basis, you are at higher risk. Of Contracting Certain bacterial infections than people who drink don't drink milk ring pasteurized milk. so we works. So why would people drink raw milk? Why would they choose to forego this modern technology that reduces food-borne dangerous, infections. People don't have a choice. Do have no, no, yeah, yeah, people who choose I. Can't choose. Choose to, so there's three a suggestion vacations for it. One is the claim that raw milk is more nutritious. I've seen that I've seen that a lot around La. The second is the claim that it tastes better, and the third is the claim that it contains healthy probiotics, although it seems like one in three year almost the same, no to nutritionist like. Does it have good vitamins and? That the pasteurization, process removes healthy. Yeah, on by whereas the probiotics are that there's good bacteria and there wanNA. Kill the good bacteria because it's you know. Just to ignore the. Yeah, yeah. That's the question. What's the? What's the bacterial makeup of milk? So there was. There's lots of evidence where there's a recent study that looked at both the first and third class, right nutrition and the probiotic line. So that's what reporting on today just doesn't aside looked to see if I can find any double blind taste, tests of rob versus pasteurized milk I, can only find limited more anecdotal stuff nothing..

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"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"In Oxford mathematician, this telling the world that science has limits. And that it can't explain everything the Colson center, I'm John Stonestreet. This is breaking fifty years ago when he was a student at Cambridge John Lennox found himself seated next to a Nobel prize winner at a formal dinner Lennox decided to make the most of the opportunity, and so he asked the Nobel laureate if an how his scientific work had shaped his worldview, including his opinion on the existence of God. Well, the conversation didn't go. Well, the gentlemen, made it clear he was not comfortable with Lennox's questions. Not only that he asked to speak with lenox privately where he asked if he really wanted a career in science Lennox replied, yes. Well, then the Nobel winner replied, you must give up this childish faith in God. If you do not it will cripple you intellectually and you'll suffer by comparison with your peers, you simply will not make it and typical British understatement. Lennox called this exchange a remarkable situation while I'm happy to report that both the his credit and for our benefit John Lennox did not follow that advice instead since then. Lennox who's in America's professor of mathematics at Oxford has written dozens of books and engage in countless debates arguing for the compatibility of faith and science the debt. Modern science owes to Christianity and the reasonableness of theism and Christianity in particular, his debate partners are a veritable who's who of the new atheism. Richard dawkins. Michael Shurmur, Lawrence Krauss and the lake Christopher Hitchens to name just a few in this latest book can science explain everything. Lennox makes a compelling case against what's known as scientists and the g that insists that science is or should be the so criterion by which society should know. What is true and good part of scientists concede that Lennox calls out is this idea that scientists objective, and I'm biased whereas things like religion. And art aren't the answer to everything worth knowing is akin to answering. The question does water expand at thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit, simple experiment with a glass of water a marker and a properly functioning refrigerator will confirm the answer is. Yes. But as Lennox explained to his readers. Very few of life's questions can be answered. So simply were definitively more to the point the kind of scientists who argue otherwise do. So from position of what I not Lennox might, call arrogant, ignorance links quotes and other Nobel laureate physicist, Richard Feinman who said outside his or her field. The scientists is just as dumb as the next guy another Nobel laureate. Barron Reese said much the same about his friend, Stephen Hawking's pronouncements on philosophy religion. He wants told the guardian newspaper. I know Stephen hawking well enough to know, he's read little philosophy in less theology. So I don't think his views on those subjects should be taken with any special. Wait. He's are only two examples of Lennox's ability to help ordinary believers in their efforts to go to borrow the title from another of his books against the flow. There's a strong case to be made for why faith and science or more than compatible and in his new book Lennox makes that case and a well written easy to grasp and short way. All of this is why I'm thrilled that John Lennox will join us at the upcoming Wilberforce weekend in may not only that but in a. Special edition of Socrates in the city. The Colson center will feature a special conversation between Eric Metaxas. In John Lennox at the museum of the bible, this will take place. Thursday may sixteenth the night before the Wilberforce weekend begins. I hope you'll think about joining us come to Wilberforce weekend dot com to find out more. And then return this month for your donation to the Colson center, we'll send you John Lennox's latest book can science explain everything, you know, in a strange way, I'm grateful for that attempted bullying of the young John Lennox by that Nobel laureate without it. We may very well have all been deprived of his invaluable contribution to Christian apologetic, please read can science explain everything and benefit from Lennox is fifty years of insight and experience come to breakpoint dot org to make donation and request a copy today, that's breakpoint dot org for breakpoint, I'm John Stonestreet.

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"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The rain coming down at a know where you are. You might be getting some of this rain to we were told about a forty percent chance. And I think it's a little bit more with the clouds looks very ominous outside this morning, but it is ten degrees. Warmer today than it was yesterday as I sit here, and I look at the temperature right now. And I'm not sure how to pronounce this town. But this is the town that everybody's talking about. Bebbits-jeffey in Minnesota. Minus thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit. That doesn't include the wind chill. Can you? Just for one moment. Imagine minus thirty nine decrease. I mean, that's that's way past bone shorts. And this deep freeze its sweeping across you that at saints has left at least twelve people dead with these record-breaking low temperatures stopping postal services in the mid west canceling more than three thousand flights two people died in Detroit after temperatures started plummeting late Tuesday and police found a man's body across the street from his home in the Detroit area yesterday. He was not wearing a hat or gloves wasn't dressed for blow zero temperatures a seven year old man was also found dead in Detroit in front of a neighbor's home yesterday. An eighteen year old university of Iowa student found outside of academic building about three o'clock in the morning Wednesday. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. A fifty five year old man froze to death in Milwaukee and a garage after he collapsed shoveling stow.

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"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Hey, brain stuff listeners today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast how to money, which is not your typical personal finance podcast, the hosts Matin Joel are best friends. Aiming not to lecture you but to make conversations about money. Interesting informative even fun every Wednesday. They cover real life money topics like ways to cut your grocery Bill. Why your house is an awful investment, and how to achieve financial independence, if you kind of second money, or if you just want to learn more about how you can support yourself and your future, you can listen and subscribe on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Just search for how to money. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel. Bon here. Imagine a fine afternoon in Denver the mile high city behind quarterback Peyton Manning's explosive offensive. The Denver Broncos have amassed attended to record today. They're hosting the Tennessee titans squad. That's lost three of its past four games. The titans. Have put up a good fight over the first half hour of game. Play three seconds before. Halftime. The score is Tennessee Twenty-one Denver seventeen. And her Broncos kicker. Matt Prater trotting out to the Denver forty six yard line. He readies himself for the play of his life. A mighty kick. Sends the ball soaring end over end across the field as a nervous crowd holds its breath. And then the place erupts with ease the ball sails through the yellow crossbar in Tennessee's endzone. It's a longest completed field goal in NFL history. A perfectly made sixty four yard drill. A for metric friends. That's about fifty eight meters perhaps emboldened by prayers heroics. The Broncos go on to crush the titans of the second half, thus clinching a playoff berth. The game. I just described took place on December eighth twenty thirteen today. Prater sixty four yards still holds the all-time distance record. Although his accomplishment has never been bested. Jaw-dropping football kicks are nothing. New in the rocky mountains. Three of the five longest field goals that the NFL has ever seen were made in Denver's mile high stadium. Broncos great Jason Elam nailed a sixty three yarder there in one thousand nine hundred eight a feat that was matched by Sebastian Janikowski when his Oakland Raiders came to town thirteen years later, but to hear some sports fans tell it those three kicks should have Asterix attached the official elevation of Colorado's capital is exactly one mile. That's one thousand six hundred nine meters above sea level. No other NFL cities. It's anywhere close to that. Altitude of the runner up is Glendale Arizona, which is just one thousand feet or three hundred meters. Above sea level Denver's elevation does affect the sporting events up there when football's kicked Broncos home game. It's apt to cover more distance than it would in lower elev-. Nations. And this doesn't just affect three point field goals. Kickoffs tend to go farther as well. There's a book called football physics. The science of the game by one university of Nebraska, professor Timothy gay for it. He ran the numbers on eight different teams from cities that sit more or less at sea level like the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots that played at least one road game in Denver during the two thousand one or two thousand two seasons. He found that in those two years the visiting kickers from low elevation towns. Enjoyed some great numbers when they went to Denver up in Colorado. There kickoffs traveled seventy point one yards. That's sixty four meters on average back in their respective home fields. The average kickoff distance dropped by seven point three yards. That's six point six meters to understand those numbers will need to talk about air density pretend as I'm sure you want to that you have a jet pack, if you were to take off at sea level and travel through earth's atmosphere in a straight line up the density of the air around you would get lower as your altitude. Creased? This is due to a universal law as the distance between two objects grows the gravitational pull they exert on each other lessons and air molecules are not exempt the pole of earth's gravity is more strongly felt by molecules that are closer to the planet's center at or below sea level, gravitational attraction pacts the molecules tightly together and the weight of the molecules sitting higher up in the atmosphere really bears down on the ones occupying low elevations in consequence the air, it self grows, denser, the closer you get to the surface way up in the mile high city, the Air's only about eighty two percent as dense as it is at sea level a ball kicked skyward in Denver will therefore encounter fewer air molecules than it would in Miami. That's important to note because air molecules create drag drag is a force that pushes against solid bodies as they travel through fluids or gases, a punted or kicked football will run headlong into a steady barrage of air molecules their combined drag will slow it down sometimes dramatic. Early. But remember in ludens, the air molecules are fewer and farther between therefore football's can and often do encounter less drag in Denver Denver's altitude impacts baseball as well. A physicist and Red Sox fan. Alan Nathan reports that fly balls at chorus field. Go proximity five percent farther than they do at Fenway park in Boston yet kicking on the Broncos home turf won't guarantee success for kickers or punters altitude reduces air density, and by extension drag but cold weather increases it and boy can Colorado get chilly. A twenty eleven survey of NFL statistical records found that in outdoor games. Played at temperatures of thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit, that's four degrees celsius or lower field goal. Accuracy drops by one point seven percent while the average partly is about one yard shorter than normal. These findings hold true throughout the league. So it's to Matt Prater credit that his record-breaking field goals split the uprights from sixty four yards out. Even though Denver. It's temperature had fallen. Just fourteen degrees Fahrenheit that's negative ten celsius at the time. Whatever the weather kicking specialists need to be on guard against complacency Denver's reputation as the mecca of ultra-long field goals is well established across the league. According to players that mile high mystique can trick visiting kickers into overestimating their abilities. We could say that when in doubt always air on the side of caution.

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Do Footballs Fly Farther in Denver?

BrainStuff

05:19 min | 2 years ago

Do Footballs Fly Farther in Denver?

"Imagine a fine afternoon in Denver the mile high city behind quarterback Peyton Manning's explosive offensive. The Denver Broncos have amassed attended to record today. They're hosting the Tennessee titans squad. That's lost three of its past four games. The titans. Have put up a good fight over the first half hour of game. Play three seconds before. Halftime. The score is Tennessee Twenty-one Denver seventeen. And her Broncos kicker. Matt Prater trotting out to the Denver forty six yard line. He readies himself for the play of his life. A mighty kick. Sends the ball soaring end over end across the field as a nervous crowd holds its breath. And then the place erupts with ease the ball sails through the yellow crossbar in Tennessee's endzone. It's a longest completed field goal in NFL history. A perfectly made sixty four yard drill. A for metric friends. That's about fifty eight meters perhaps emboldened by prayers heroics. The Broncos go on to crush the titans of the second half, thus clinching a playoff berth. The game. I just described took place on December eighth twenty thirteen today. Prater sixty four yards still holds the all-time distance record. Although his accomplishment has never been bested. Jaw-dropping football kicks are nothing. New in the rocky mountains. Three of the five longest field goals that the NFL has ever seen were made in Denver's mile high stadium. Broncos great Jason Elam nailed a sixty three yarder there in one thousand nine hundred eight a feat that was matched by Sebastian Janikowski when his Oakland Raiders came to town thirteen years later, but to hear some sports fans tell it those three kicks should have Asterix attached the official elevation of Colorado's capital is exactly one mile. That's one thousand six hundred nine meters above sea level. No other NFL cities. It's anywhere close to that. Altitude of the runner up is Glendale Arizona, which is just one thousand feet or three hundred meters. Above sea level Denver's elevation does affect the sporting events up there when football's kicked Broncos home game. It's apt to cover more distance than it would in lower elev-. Nations. And this doesn't just affect three point field goals. Kickoffs tend to go farther as well. There's a book called football physics. The science of the game by one university of Nebraska, professor Timothy gay for it. He ran the numbers on eight different teams from cities that sit more or less at sea level like the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots that played at least one road game in Denver during the two thousand one or two thousand two seasons. He found that in those two years the visiting kickers from low elevation towns. Enjoyed some great numbers when they went to Denver up in Colorado. There kickoffs traveled seventy point one yards. That's sixty four meters on average back in their respective home fields. The average kickoff distance dropped by seven point three yards. That's six point six meters to understand those numbers will need to talk about air density pretend as I'm sure you want to that you have a jet pack, if you were to take off at sea level and travel through earth's atmosphere in a straight line up the density of the air around you would get lower as your altitude. Creased? This is due to a universal law as the distance between two objects grows the gravitational pull they exert on each other lessons and air molecules are not exempt the pole of earth's gravity is more strongly felt by molecules that are closer to the planet's center at or below sea level, gravitational attraction pacts the molecules tightly together and the weight of the molecules sitting higher up in the atmosphere really bears down on the ones occupying low elevations in consequence the air, it self grows, denser, the closer you get to the surface way up in the mile high city, the Air's only about eighty two percent as dense as it is at sea level a ball kicked skyward in Denver will therefore encounter fewer air molecules than it would in Miami. That's important to note because air molecules create drag drag is a force that pushes against solid bodies as they travel through fluids or gases, a punted or kicked football will run headlong into a steady barrage of air molecules their combined drag will slow it down sometimes dramatic. Early. But remember in ludens, the air molecules are fewer and farther between therefore football's can and often do encounter less drag in Denver Denver's altitude impacts baseball as well. A physicist and Red Sox fan. Alan Nathan reports that fly balls at chorus field. Go proximity five percent farther than they do at Fenway park in Boston yet kicking on the Broncos home turf won't guarantee success for kickers or punters altitude reduces air density, and by extension drag but cold weather increases it and boy can Colorado get chilly. A twenty eleven survey of NFL statistical records found that in outdoor games. Played at temperatures of thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit, that's four degrees celsius or lower field goal. Accuracy drops by one point seven percent while the average partly is about one yard shorter than normal. These findings hold true throughout the league. So it's to Matt Prater credit that his record-breaking field goals split the uprights from sixty four yards out. Even though Denver. It's temperature had fallen. Just fourteen degrees Fahrenheit that's negative ten celsius at the time. Whatever the weather kicking specialists need to be on guard against complacency Denver's reputation as the mecca of ultra-long field goals is well established across the league. According to players that mile high mystique can trick visiting kickers into overestimating their abilities. We could say that when in doubt always air on the side of

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"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"What you need to know as you get out the door this morning info to go in the news, ma'am, the country's in a state of mourning after a deadly mass shooting at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh on Saturday at apparently, a will take federal investigators a week to process the scene the alleged gunman Robert Bowers expected in court today where he faces federal hate crimes. Meanwhile, locally people of all faiths gathered to pray for victims and their families DuPont circle last night. Aloun county public schools employees accused of using his cell phone to try to take photos under the skirts of female students. Police arrested thirty year old Samuel Herman's on Friday. He was reading instructor at the school and is now on administrative leave without pay. So Boston fans celebrating after the Red Sox earned their ninth World Series championship. They beat the dodgers five to one in game five of the series in the Redskins. Ha ha on a three game winning streak. No. You didn't imagine it. They beat the giants twenty to thirteen yesterday and at the top of their division at five and two. Okay. So do you store your vodka in the freezer? If you said, yes, you are doing it wrong. What at least that's what the creator of grey goose vodka says if you're drinking the cheap staff putting it in the freezer can hide the nasty taste of the cheap stuff. But if you're drinking something decent, Allah, gouzer Tito's, right Toby's. Each should be enjoyed at thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit, thirty nine degrees nights of Iraq in the burnett's or the Smirnoff, you know, the nine ninety nine. Got the highest rock the Tito's, grey, whatever the ethin- all the vodkas that are like high end. Keeping out of the freezer. Thirty nine degrees is a magic number vodka sanity. Love it. Partly cloudy today. Highs are going to be around fifty nine right now some clouds and forty nine six twenty three Lanka's Moore's juice would be tasty right about now. What do they call that a screwdriver? How's your head warmed up yet ready to play and win with our nearly impossible question trans Siberian orchestra nothing screams Christmas in DC like wash FM with the holiday music and trans Siberian orchestra two days before Christmas it capital when arena, and if you wanna go get ready your chance to play and win coming up with ninety seven point one wash him that is next right now though, thanks for jiffy lube. Lisa Bayden with a look at traffic put down the Botkin. Let us know what's going on. Not a problem. I've got a sad face because eastbound sixty six we just had a crash reported near twenty eight Centerville Maryland looks ugly. Southbound BWI Parkway delays out of green belt. There's a crash near four ten Riverdale with Toby and chilly in the morning. I'm Lisa Bayden on ninety seven point one Bosh FM at CVS pharmacy at target. We put a little extra heart into everything we do like actively looking to save your money.

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"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"thirty nine degrees fahrenheit" Discussed on KPCC

"Everywhere have just the rights that are machine or two with an you have a spurt condition i wonder if you could tell a some of that reading i did with talked about this idea you creation you have worked with bacteria in cloud chambers this does this mean that bacteria might have a play apart in the rain making processes that with this is about yeah this is what the big question is hits and driving research for the past decade people are very much excited about it so i slickly a shin roughly on if i would ask you what temperature a lot of creases most of us of learning school that it frees at zero decrease celsius which is the temperature above which will water cannot turn into solid ice but alone those temperatures you need a catalyst and that's what if i snead creation if it's sort of like kicks starts the freaking process at temperatures warmer then it would happen then what happened without it and without it water can cool down to about minus thirty nine degree celsius which is about minus thirty nine degrees fahrenheit and so most clouds cloud tops rain clouds are not at the slow temperatures and so in order to start the process that would get cloud drop let's to aggregate and become have enough to fall you generally need to freezing in the temperate regions you need to freezing process were a nice crystal ben will callide with drop let's that are also cold but they haven't frozen yet in this is how the heavy drop let's conform i feel like i'm never going to look out the window of an airplane in season that there and see them the same way i mean sidney just a follow up on that so this is a good thing teary in the clouds can do get it can there be a case of too much of a good thing in this case i can there be too much bacteria and a cloud well and if there i slickly ish an active some of my physics colleagues have actually discussed this idea with me which was intriguing i'd i didn't understand this but in fact what happens is that in order for rain to form you have millions of drop let's tiny.

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