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08-10-2014, 11:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Replacement View Post
Well heres a strange thing. Get in a car accident on a hot day and it'll take about half an hour to become critically ill, even die, if you happen to be knocked out in a closed vehicle.

Dressed with a reasonably good winter jacket you could survive several hours in an enclosed vehicle in the same situation in -25C weather.

People kid themselves. Dress accordingly and you get into very little difficulty ever in a winter climate. But be trapped somewhere in the heat and hot sun for even a little period of time and you're done for.

Heat is lethal and quick. I would say more deadly. Certainly in the world many more people die from heatwaves than they do from cold exposure.
And how many people live in very cold climates vs. hot climates? The numbers are probably about equal right?

Just pickin' on ya.

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