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#84 - that bacteria between 5.1 - 62.9'C would grow and effect the t…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/09/2015 on Coffee 0
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#86 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Well, the temperature values you've picked are the "danger zone" values for bacteria. Assuming the coffee is that temperature, what would happen to that bacteria? Would the bacteria multiply, or would it sink through the coffee? Because bacteria divides best on a flat surface, but have you considered their behaviour in liquid? If you want answers, you'll have to test it yourself to prove your point.
#82 - I was just thinking about what I know about bacteria and cooki…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/09/2015 on Coffee 0
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#83 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Well, what was your theory? Explain it clearly to me.
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#84 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
that bacteria between 5.1 - 62.9'C would grow and effect the taste of the coffee, that's how things like spoilage grows (mold(albeit that does take a long time)) and so I thought that would have some effect.
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#86 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Well, the temperature values you've picked are the "danger zone" values for bacteria. Assuming the coffee is that temperature, what would happen to that bacteria? Would the bacteria multiply, or would it sink through the coffee? Because bacteria divides best on a flat surface, but have you considered their behaviour in liquid? If you want answers, you'll have to test it yourself to prove your point.
#77 - I found this. This no official answer however. 02/09/2015 on Coffee 0
#75 - Their is more bacteria on a hand then on a toilet seat. Bacte…  [+] (7 new replies) 02/09/2015 on Coffee 0
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#80 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
I'm not so sure you understand how bacteria work. You CAN cleanse a room of the majority of the bacteria. Like, 99.9% of the bacteria. You can't remove every single one, but if you're on about a cup of coffee like above, then bacteria really isn't going to grow. The liquid is boiling hot, hot enough to kill bacteria, and as it cools down, there's very little bacteria division going on. I'm not sure what in the hell you're on about, but you don't seem to have much clarity to what you're saying.
#82 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
I was just thinking about what I know about bacteria and cooking temperatures and putting that information together to come up with a theory. If I'm mistaken-ed, then I'm mistaken-ed.

GIF unrelated, sort of, might be an unpopular opinion.
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#83 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Well, what was your theory? Explain it clearly to me.
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#84 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
that bacteria between 5.1 - 62.9'C would grow and effect the taste of the coffee, that's how things like spoilage grows (mold(albeit that does take a long time)) and so I thought that would have some effect.
User avatar
#86 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Well, the temperature values you've picked are the "danger zone" values for bacteria. Assuming the coffee is that temperature, what would happen to that bacteria? Would the bacteria multiply, or would it sink through the coffee? Because bacteria divides best on a flat surface, but have you considered their behaviour in liquid? If you want answers, you'll have to test it yourself to prove your point.
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#76 - jokexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Sciencexplain set this nigga straight
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#77 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
www.livescience.com/19288-room-temperature-coffee-taste.html

I found this. This no official answer however.
#72 - depends how long it has been at below 63'C.  [+] (9 new replies) 02/09/2015 on Coffee 0
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#74 - jokexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
You could make a cup of coffee in a sanitized clean room with a sanitized french press, leave it on the table until it's lukewarm, and then come back to it, and it would still taste like shit.
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#75 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
Their is more bacteria on a hand then on a toilet seat. Bacteria is unavoidable no matter how clean and sanitized a room.

Granted everything I'm saying at the moment is a theory. I could be 100% wrong on the situation.
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#80 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
I'm not so sure you understand how bacteria work. You CAN cleanse a room of the majority of the bacteria. Like, 99.9% of the bacteria. You can't remove every single one, but if you're on about a cup of coffee like above, then bacteria really isn't going to grow. The liquid is boiling hot, hot enough to kill bacteria, and as it cools down, there's very little bacteria division going on. I'm not sure what in the hell you're on about, but you don't seem to have much clarity to what you're saying.
#82 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
I was just thinking about what I know about bacteria and cooking temperatures and putting that information together to come up with a theory. If I'm mistaken-ed, then I'm mistaken-ed.

GIF unrelated, sort of, might be an unpopular opinion.
User avatar
#83 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Well, what was your theory? Explain it clearly to me.
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#84 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
that bacteria between 5.1 - 62.9'C would grow and effect the taste of the coffee, that's how things like spoilage grows (mold(albeit that does take a long time)) and so I thought that would have some effect.
User avatar
#86 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Well, the temperature values you've picked are the "danger zone" values for bacteria. Assuming the coffee is that temperature, what would happen to that bacteria? Would the bacteria multiply, or would it sink through the coffee? Because bacteria divides best on a flat surface, but have you considered their behaviour in liquid? If you want answers, you'll have to test it yourself to prove your point.
User avatar
#76 - jokexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Sciencexplain set this nigga straight
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#77 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
www.livescience.com/19288-room-temperature-coffee-taste.html

I found this. This no official answer however.
#66 - Actually that is mostly because of how temperature safety meas…  [+] (13 new replies) 02/09/2015 on Coffee 0
#146 - anon (02/09/2015) [-]
ur a fagit
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#71 - jokexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
A cup of coffee that goes from boiling hot to room temperature by losing heat over time hasn't had much time to grow any bacteria. A cup that was boiling and isn't touched by a person until it's lukewarm will still taste like liquid shit despite having no bacterial growth.
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#73 - lotengo (02/09/2015) [-]
Indeed, also a cup of coffee no cream no sugar is not a good nutrient medium for bacteria anyway so is safe if its cooled down for not to long.

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#72 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
depends how long it has been at below 63'C.
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#74 - jokexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
You could make a cup of coffee in a sanitized clean room with a sanitized french press, leave it on the table until it's lukewarm, and then come back to it, and it would still taste like shit.
User avatar
#75 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
Their is more bacteria on a hand then on a toilet seat. Bacteria is unavoidable no matter how clean and sanitized a room.

Granted everything I'm saying at the moment is a theory. I could be 100% wrong on the situation.
User avatar
#80 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
I'm not so sure you understand how bacteria work. You CAN cleanse a room of the majority of the bacteria. Like, 99.9% of the bacteria. You can't remove every single one, but if you're on about a cup of coffee like above, then bacteria really isn't going to grow. The liquid is boiling hot, hot enough to kill bacteria, and as it cools down, there's very little bacteria division going on. I'm not sure what in the hell you're on about, but you don't seem to have much clarity to what you're saying.
#82 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
I was just thinking about what I know about bacteria and cooking temperatures and putting that information together to come up with a theory. If I'm mistaken-ed, then I'm mistaken-ed.

GIF unrelated, sort of, might be an unpopular opinion.
User avatar
#83 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Well, what was your theory? Explain it clearly to me.
User avatar
#84 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
that bacteria between 5.1 - 62.9'C would grow and effect the taste of the coffee, that's how things like spoilage grows (mold(albeit that does take a long time)) and so I thought that would have some effect.
User avatar
#86 - sciencexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Well, the temperature values you've picked are the "danger zone" values for bacteria. Assuming the coffee is that temperature, what would happen to that bacteria? Would the bacteria multiply, or would it sink through the coffee? Because bacteria divides best on a flat surface, but have you considered their behaviour in liquid? If you want answers, you'll have to test it yourself to prove your point.
User avatar
#76 - jokexplain (02/09/2015) [-]
Sciencexplain set this nigga straight
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#77 - riddlerenigma (02/09/2015) [-]
www.livescience.com/19288-room-temperature-coffee-taste.html

I found this. This no official answer however.
#42 - What? Because I like having colourful hair? What are you 7? 02/07/2015 on what are the odds -2
#40 - You do know that about 50% of funny Junk post are just photosc…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/07/2015 on what are the odds -4
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#41 - hashtronaut (02/07/2015) [-]
you do know the occasional funny post on tumblr isn't the problem with tumblr, right?

Anyway, say hello to Hide All... with your "i wanna be a shiny pokemon" lookin ass.
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#42 - riddlerenigma (02/07/2015) [-]
What? Because I like having colourful hair? What are you 7?
#38 - No offense but I really don't give a ****.  [+] (4 new replies) 02/07/2015 on what are the odds -3
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#39 - hashtronaut (02/07/2015) [-]
k?

go back to tumblr now.
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#40 - riddlerenigma (02/07/2015) [-]
You do know that about 50% of funny Junk post are just photoscripts of Tumblr posts right?
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#41 - hashtronaut (02/07/2015) [-]
you do know the occasional funny post on tumblr isn't the problem with tumblr, right?

Anyway, say hello to Hide All... with your "i wanna be a shiny pokemon" lookin ass.
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#42 - riddlerenigma (02/07/2015) [-]
What? Because I like having colourful hair? What are you 7?
#36 - I was **** faced when posting it. Oh well.  [+] (6 new replies) 02/07/2015 on what are the odds -4
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#37 - hashtronaut (02/07/2015) [-]
>blaming alcohol for this

you've managed to sink lower
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#38 - riddlerenigma (02/07/2015) [-]
No offense but I really don't give a shit.
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#39 - hashtronaut (02/07/2015) [-]
k?

go back to tumblr now.
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#40 - riddlerenigma (02/07/2015) [-]
You do know that about 50% of funny Junk post are just photoscripts of Tumblr posts right?
User avatar
#41 - hashtronaut (02/07/2015) [-]
you do know the occasional funny post on tumblr isn't the problem with tumblr, right?

Anyway, say hello to Hide All... with your "i wanna be a shiny pokemon" lookin ass.
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#42 - riddlerenigma (02/07/2015) [-]
What? Because I like having colourful hair? What are you 7?