Freezing To Death Noah talks with Peter Stark, a writer who lives in Missoula, Montana. They discuss Stark's article "The Cold Hard Facts of Freezing to Death," which appears in the January 1997 issue of Outside Magazine. The article is a kind of tribute to the short story "To Build A Fire," by Jack London and it talks about the physical symptoms of hypothermia. It also describes the physiological and mental processes involved when a person freezes to death.
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Freezing To Death

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Freezing To Death

Freezing To Death

Freezing To Death

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Noah talks with Peter Stark, a writer who lives in Missoula, Montana. They discuss Stark's article "The Cold Hard Facts of Freezing to Death," which appears in the January 1997 issue of Outside Magazine. The article is a kind of tribute to the short story "To Build A Fire," by Jack London and it talks about the physical symptoms of hypothermia. It also describes the physiological and mental processes involved when a person freezes to death.