What building is that?
Looks like the Acropolis at Athens.
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I thought that mash thickness was all about how far the enzymes were from the nearest bit of endosperm. Isn't that what determines how active they are?
What if I route my RIMS system through a 10 gallon grant, and continuously cycle my entire wort (mash volume + sparge volume)? Would that count as a super-thin mash?
But even if there a ton of unfermentables left here, that sure seems like a huge final gravity. Adding yeast at this point seems like a sure recipe for bottle bombs... Thoughts?
Never bought a Wyeast lager strain but please, please, tell me they don't also claim the lager smack-packs are "pitchable"
The scale is out of seven...right?
I am hoping you're right about the radiation deaths but then the concern becomes the after affects of all the exposure to radiation. (i.e. cancer, long term effects and the like).
On a scale for preparedness, one expert rated Japan an 8, and Haiti a 0. He gave the US a 6.
I used to mine Uranium underground. I worked in quite a lot of radon, and had to be put on the surface a couple times to "cool" off. What irks me is that we used RADs and now we are using a total different scale and that just keeps me learning I guess...
Japan today raised the threat level for the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant from a 4 to 5 -- putting it on par with the 1979 crisis at Pennsylvania's Three Mile Island.
Which doesn't surprise me from all the reports that we've been getting.