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I am an Eagle Scout from Mid-Michigan who loves the outdoors


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awarded  Beta
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comment What are areas of the body which lose heat more quickly, and how can I reduce that loss?
/*dont tell anyone*/ but this is just a google search for a thermal camera image of human body but en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermography
Jan
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answered Staying dry in severe weather
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comment Staying dry in severe weather
I would make the question more about how to keep dry in a sudden downpour where you dont already have a shelter and NEED TO KEEP DRY NOW
Jan
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answered Is it warmer to sleep naked in a sleeping bag?
Jan
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comment What are areas of the body which lose heat more quickly, and how can I reduce that loss?
I didn't vote down but again this doesn't answer the question...(but I think this question is turning into an argument REAL fast)
Jan
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answered What are areas of the body which lose heat more quickly, and how can I reduce that loss?
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awarded  Scholar
Jan
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comment How could I treat scrapes outdoors without a first aid kit?
interesting. didnt know that spider webs stoped small cuts from bleeding...
Jan
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comment How could I treat scrapes outdoors without a first aid kit?
VERRY true. didn't think about that
Jan
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revised How could I treat scrapes outdoors without a first aid kit?
adding point from comments
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awarded  Student
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awarded  Autobiographer
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revised How could I treat scrapes outdoors without a first aid kit?
added 3 characters in body
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asked Looking for a Topographical map resource?
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answered How could I treat scrapes outdoors without a first aid kit?
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awarded  Commentator
Jan
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comment What are areas of the body which lose heat more quickly, and how can I reduce that loss?
I say good answer to the wrong question
Jan
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comment What are areas of the body which lose heat more quickly, and how can I reduce that loss?
@grahm can you cite this please. because common sense starts to kick in head is top of your body and heat rises....soo how is this "debunked" yes I understand that you will not stay warm if you are ONLY WEARING a hat and nothing else any more then if you are not wearing anything. but what part of the body looses more heat / or looses heat the fastest..like the question asks
Jan
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answered How to reduce the annoying sound of falling raindrops on a tent?