People Experience -220°F (-140°C) For The First Time

I hope someone does not end up as Fry in Futurama.

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+5 1. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

Man ....more than just my belly button would be an "innie" after a minute in cryogenic therapy. :S
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+4 2. cameramaster commented 9 years ago

You can offer me the winning lottery numbers..7 days and nights with the most beautiful woman in the world ( and her twin sister ) can offer me anything you damn well like...I aint getting in there !
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-1 3. Malakyte commented 9 years ago

Utterly useless... If it has some magical medicinal properties, at least they should wear a blouse to make it look real.
Better spend that kind of money for better causes, like feeding Africa...
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+2 4. fixento2 commented 9 years ago

Another example of a society with more money than brains. Stupid, these women wouldn't even take a cold shower but it will give them something to talk about a the country club.
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+3 5. nowhereman commented 9 years ago

Holy pseudoscience batman! This is kind of native advertising is at best misleading and at worst dangerous. Cite your "scientific" references buzzfeed, I dare you!
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+3 6. MicoMaco commented 9 years ago

But...this is old news. NBA uses it for quite some time, even some handball clubs in Europe.
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+10 7. ungula commented 9 years ago

Bull sh*t! No way -140C! Maybe the cooling liquid is that cold, but not the air temperature. At -80C without special goggles the eyes simply crack. The mucus in the nose can freezes if air with temperature -1C is inhaled, but -140C... SERIOUS INJURIES!!!
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+1 8. ringmaster commented 9 years ago

#2 Then I guess I have Penelope & Monica Cruz by myself!
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+3 9. Derpgeek commented 9 years ago

7# So people living cold conditions where requlary you can experience -40 Celcius, you nose is going freeze over?

This place in my country, and its -110C and its safe for short times.
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+4 10. kirkelicious commented 9 years ago

#7 I've visited the archives for arctic ice-drilling cores, which are stored at -120°C at the Alfred Wegener Institute. You could walk in the freezing chamber in shorts and t-shirt without any kind of discomfort to get one of the popsicles they kept inside there. But they strongly advised to let it warm up for five minutes before licking it. :x
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+3 11. ungula commented 9 years ago

#10 So I did some more research. First of all the air is very dry so the heat transfer is much slower. If you noticed that they give you gloves when you enter is this chambers, so for the parts of the body with less blood vessels can be harmful and I don't think they do expose the eyes to this temperatures. Where I live is some winters there are temperatures of -30C, it is not impossible to breathe, but it is unpleasant. At -140C breathing without protection can inflict some lesions. I still don't think that this is indeed the air temperature but the system's. You don't need temperatures that low to induce the body response that they are aiming for, with a optimum air humidity a -20C or even higher temperature will do the same thing with less energy loss.
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+4 12. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#5 Thats not pseudo science..have you guys ever went to a real spa..or heard of Kneipp therapy..Cryotherapy?

Every spa i went to had at least a "Kneipp gang"..wich is a circular walkway with ice cold water..knee high..and you walk throu it like a stork..lift the feet out of the water..make a step..lift the other...repeat..
Really good to relax your muscles.
Cryotherapy is like a reversed sauna..and the effects of cold therapy are clinical proven hundereds of years. This institute just looks futuristic and fancy like its something new..but the basics behind it are used for ages.

#7 If that coldness is come i went to a 120 celsius sauna without boiling? Its air temperature dancing with humidity level that makes the magic.
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-1 13. ungula commented 9 years ago

This -140C is just a marketing way of saying that you can't do this at home. Put 10C water in a bucket, pour it on your self and is the same thing.
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+1 14. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#13 Unless youre a doctor you cant really say that. Thats like saying putting something in the freezer is the same like shock frosting. Or steaming is the same as boiling. A hot shower sure will not have the same effect like a 120-140 celsius sauna.
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+3 16. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#15 Not an argument. When not that experienced and doing it on your own risk to win a championship..your own fault..the same would happen in the cold. Dont bring a championship to the table when the topic is about medical purposes. The doctors/advisors wouldnt let you stay that long to harm yourself. In this video they said 1,5min..but thats not a must..some go only for 30 sec shock frost and then a cold shower (wich feels warm)
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+1 17. ungula commented 9 years ago

#14 The temperature shock inflicts an adrenaline and endorphin release. Adrenaline is a vasohypotonic that improves the circulation and moves the lactic acid from the muscles thus easing the pain. Endorphin is a neurotransmitter that is regulating all the nervous system activities, from states of the mind to pain relief.
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+1 18. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#17 I know the what happens in the me, im an engineer :x
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-2 19. ungula commented 9 years ago

#18 Not an argument :x
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+3 20. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

Bet their nipples got really hard.
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+3 21. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

#20 The girls will be able to cut glass...Ocean's -220 (Ocean's -140 for Eu)
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-3 22. boksaman commented 9 years ago

People experience advertisement for the billionth time.
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+3 23. celestus87 commented 9 years ago

3# Feeding Africa might not be a better cause in the long term. Sure, it feels nice to help but the areas in Africa that need this sort of help are already a non-sustainable environment.

It's a radical view (also known as the downvote-magnet type of view) but you can't solve an overpopulation problem by sustaining the population.

You either relocate the population (improbable) or the population eventually thins out to a number that is sustainable (probable).

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+2 24. thundersnow commented 9 years ago

It all depends on how dry the air is, the drier, the colder we can tolerate.
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0 25. Scotsman50 commented 6 years ago

#24 I put the tumble drier on to dry the air out and sat next to it, I was roasting :P :P