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revised Will bug repellent repel deer?
Made sufficiently specific.
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revised After I've shot large game, and it escapes, how can I track it?
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revised Are there any low sodium freeze dried meals?
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comment Which will keep my food colder longer, draining the melted ice water, or leaving it in the cooler?
Small nitpick -- This doesn't take into account the insulative affect of the negative space in air due to it being less dense. Yes, water is more dense, but that also means it will transfer heat faster and more efficiently from one molecule to the next. (still +1)
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answered After I've shot large game, and it escapes, how can I track it?
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comment Which will keep my food colder longer, draining the melted ice water, or leaving it in the cooler?
"what matters isn't how long the ice lasts, but how long the contents remain under some temperature" - Yup (and +1)
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revised Can any waterborne pathogens survive boiling?
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answered Which will keep my food colder longer, draining the melted ice water, or leaving it in the cooler?
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comment Which will keep my food colder longer, draining the melted ice water, or leaving it in the cooler?
Water is going to be the faster way to generally change temperature in any direction (as compared to air). That's because water gets better surface area contact.
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answered Are there any low sodium freeze dried meals?
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revised Are there any low sodium freeze dried meals?
Keeping the invective out and the quality up.