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Thomas Jefferson knew about cold thermogenesis!

Discussion in 'Cold Thermogenesis' started by Chrisgraff, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. Chrisgraff

    Chrisgraff New Member

  2. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Makes you wonder just how many times this wheel has been invented.
  3. Caroline Cooper

    Caroline Cooper New Member

    Once I find something, I see it everywhere!
  4. David

    David Silver

    Cold water probably had a place in medical treatment well before we turned to a drug-based disease treatment scheme.

    “And now did the colonists possess an efficacious agent to act against the inflammation which might occur?

    Yes. They had one, for nature had generously lavished it. They had cold water, that is to say, the most powerful sedative that can be employed against inflammation of wounds, the most efficacious therapeutic agent in grave cases, and the one which is now adopted by all physicians.

    Cold water has, moreover, the advantage of leaving the wound in absolute rest, and preserving it from all premature dressing, a considerable advantage, since it has been found by experience that contact with the air is dangerous during the first days.â€￾

    Jules Verne, The Mysterious Island

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