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Biorepository brings Antarctic cold into Oklahoma's summer heat

The new Biorepository Core at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation stores biological samples at temperatures of minus 112 degrees Fahrenheit.
by Ken Raymond Published: August 28, 2012

At a certain point, the word “cold” isn't sufficient.

Cold is what you feel when the air conditioning is turned too low. It's the chill you get when you're caught outside without a coat in late fall or winter. It's the reason you bring a sweater with you to a football game.

Cold isn't this....
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