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    I don't want to sound paranoic, but...

    I just read the news, Is true that 3 children in Australia probably have SARS?

    Ain't enough the war? Now there is a disease expanding in some places of the world.

    I hope it will be controled...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonny
    hrmm.. didn't notice that... i reckon its 38 instead of 380 =D.
    i'll correct it now
    Isn't Kelvin a temperature scale based on Absolute Zero (the temperature at which all molecular activity stops, or something like that) :?:

    On the Kelvin scale 310.5° is body temperature -- 380° is about 224° Fahrenheit.

    http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/chemi.../units_en.html

    I'm wondering if the correction should be in the neighborhood of 318° Kelvin -- or something in that neighborhood:?:

    Actually, 318° Kelvin is about 44-45° Celsius -- which would boil your brainpan in short order:eek:

    38° Kelvin = -235° Celsius --- definitely not a fever there:laugh:
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    nah... i've checked... its 38 celsius, body temp is usually around 36 or so.

    update on infection count approx 2200+ can't exactly tell with rough estimations from china.

    http://www.theage.com.au/articles/20...962928107.html
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    Experts seem to have traced the origin of SARS to pig farms in a Chinese province which must mean that pigs are close to flyin' and takin' over the world. :eek:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. C
    Isn't Kelvin a temperature scale based on Absolute Zero (the temperature at which all molecular activity stops, or something like that) :?:

    On the Kelvin scale 310.5° is body temperature -- 380° is about 224° Fahrenheit.

    http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/chemi.../units_en.html

    I'm wondering if the correction should be in the neighborhood of 318° Kelvin -- or something in that neighborhood:?:

    Actually, 318° Kelvin is about 44-45° Celsius -- which would boil your brainpan in short order:eek:

    38° Kelvin = -235° Celsius --- definitely not a fever there:laugh:
    ah damn my mistake : omg:
    380 kelvin = 110 degree celcius.
    what was i thinking? i must be pretty sleepy at that time! :o
    body temp = 317.2 Kelvin

    and yes Mr. C. molecular activity does stop at 0 Kelvin. 1 degree celcius = 270+1 Kelvin!
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    Pigs flying could be the reason the virus is spreading so far and fast ....We should ground them little suckers quick!


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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    Mr.Tweak[/size]]
    Does anyone know if it is safe to travel to Asia? I am supposed to be going to Thailand mid this month.
    Is it ever safe to travel anywhere? :?:

    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
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    Pigs flying could be the reason the virus is spreading so far and fast ....We should ground them little suckers quick!
    Do ya think that the US Airforce can handle the job? :devil win

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    which must mean that pigs are close to flyin' and takin' over the world. :eek:
    :rofl:

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    heh...I'm sure the Air Force would be glad to if they weren't busy with another job right now....Guess we'll have to wait a bit.

    I climb on a plane in a few hours.... going from LA to Boston. Lets hope the plane didn't just come from one of the hot spots for this bug.

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