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    The sad thing is the bat die off due to the heat.

    Ed Hewitt posted to me one time it was 51c in Perth. That is 125f. Not good for man or beast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolodave View Post
    The sad thing is the bat die off due to the heat.

    Ed Hewitt posted to me one time it was 51c in Perth. That is 125f. Not good for man or beast.

    oy.
    I do like a warm day, but that is in the realm of slow cooking temps...
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    Birn there's an opal mining town in OZ called Coober Pedy. Gets so hot, houses are built underground or into the side of a hill
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    July 3rd last year, to be fair it often goes above 50 (in Qatar), but that's the first time I saw 52, (in the shade)
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    A few years ago we flew into Victoria Falls airport Zimbabwe and just prior to landing there was an announcement that the temperature there was 52C. I had to ask the wife if I had heard correctly. With the humidity there it was like walking into a wall of concrete on deplaning. Man, there are some hot places on this planet.

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    Yeah humidity is the killer been mostly dry here .
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    Yea, I guess Vic Falls felt more like Darwin to me than Sydney. Humidity really makes a difference.

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    Cold or warm both have their +/-.

    An underground ground house helps with either.

    Relative humidity is the way to measure.

    What I dislike is the in between. 0C/32F. Ice or not etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by easyace View Post
    July 3rd last year, to be fair it often goes above 50 (in Qatar), but that's the first time I saw 52, (in the shade)
    I would promptly fall over dead.
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