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#36 - areke
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(12/27/2012) [-]
Well i can stay in a sauna of 140ºC for like, 4-5 minutes, then i get dizzy, so, yeah, you dont die silly..
Well i can stay in a sauna of 140ºC for like, 4-5 minutes, then i get dizzy, so, yeah, you dont die silly..
#140 to #36 - areke
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(01/11/2013) [-]
#70 to #36 - gharshi
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(12/28/2012) [-]
you misspelled German oven wrong
#57 to #36 - fxremastered
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(12/27/2012) [-]
Either you got your temperatures mixed, or you're from Finland.
#141 to #57 - areke
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(01/11/2013) [-]
well, not finnish but us estonians are their neighbours. We kinda picked up the sauna thing from them..
#56 to #36 - SirMartin
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(12/27/2012) [-]
facts:

What sauna temperatures are reached?
Before the contestant starts, the sauna is pre-heated to 110ºC, that’s already 20-30ºC higher than the average person will stay in a sauna. For those who work in Fahrenheit, that’s 212 Fahrenheit. Considering that water boils at 100ºC, you get some idea of the stress the competitors are putting their bodies through. However, saying this, sauna heat is different to the heat of the normal English summer where the sauna has a low humidity of 10-25%. This means the body can cool itself more efficiently as sweat can evaporate more easily, taking along with it the body’s heat.
#62 to #56 - SirMartin
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(12/27/2012) [-]
edit:
A Russian guy named Vladimir Ladyzhenskiy died in a sauna. He was in 110 ºC for 16 min
#49 to #36 - telfyr
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(12/27/2012) [-]
thats way over boiling temperature, youd be cooked, literally
#101 to #49 - filip
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(12/28/2012) [-]
Just try it yourself, every sauna can at least go to 100°C (if it isn't a crappy one).
The termometer in a sauna if often fairly high up, hence, it will show more then it really is where you would be sitting.
The steam will have cooled off a lot before it "hits" you so it wont be as hot as you think.
Plus you are not in water, if you were in water then yes you would be dead and soon be ready to be served on the dinner table, but .... bla bla bla bla CAN WE GET A SMART PERSON IN HERE TO EXPLAIN THIS ****..PLEASE?
#48 to #36 - satrenkotheone
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(12/27/2012) [-]
#43 to #36 - rbrim
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(12/27/2012) [-]
140 Celsius is 284 Fahrenheit. =\
#37 to #36 - blahness
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