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Stuart R (Scunnered) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Scotland
About Me "When you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers, you know something about it; but when you cannot measure it, when you cannot express it in numbers, your knowledge is of a meagre and unsatisfactory kind; it may be the beginning of knowledge, but you have scarcely in your thoughts advanced to the state of science, whatever the matter may be."
Sir William Thomson (Lord Kelvin) 1883

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Cookie dough - YUCK
Freshly made fruit scones: Self-raising flour, butter (or oil), sugar, milk powder, raisins or dates, cinnamon optional, water. Dry bake in a pot. Slice in half and spread with butter and jam, ser...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Winter Comfort Food
December 12, 9:52am

Re: a first result
Very nice, looks like you spent a lot of time working on it. Weight?

In Make Your Own Gear » Wintertent (Soulo copy): I need your thoughts
December 10, 12:21pm

Re: Re: Scorched Titanium?
Mike - this is interesting but I'm confused by your description, is your pot (containing food) inside your Ti cup? Roger - "the residual dirt on it can and will burn and have a burnt t...

In GEAR » Scorched Titanium?
December 09, 2:56pm

Scorched Titanium?
Does anyone have first-hand experience of scorched titanium pots, for example when melting snow without first adding any water, or otherwise? If so, what actually causes the burnt taste, why doe...

In GEAR » Scorched Titanium?
December 09, 9:50am

Re: Neat!
Looks like a a neat trick, but water expands as it freezes... "1gr if 32f liquid water will give up enough energy to boil 1gr of isobutane as the water freezes." I reckon 1g of wate...

In Philosophy & Technique » cold weather performance upright canister
December 09, 8:37am

Re: Shoot the programmer!
Ha! My day job is writing software and I've seen plenty crappy code too. However if I had to choose between software for a mil spec satelite and a consumer grade gadget that was probably outsou...

In GEAR » More Garmin woes
December 06, 3:29pm

Re: Patio stove tests
Gary, to learn about partial pressures, read the Cold Canisters article In short, 25% propane is good to start with but performance quickly drops off. For more consistent performance with an up...

In Editor's Roundtable » Lightweight Stove Systems for Group Cooking Part 1: Basic Framework for Selecting A Cooking Pot and Predicting Fuel Needs
December 05, 2:42pm

More Garmin woes
I was analysing a GPS track recorded using my Garmin Dakota (using some software of my own) and I noticed something really odd. The timestamp of each successive trackpoint increased much as I expec...

In GEAR » More Garmin woes
December 05, 2:15pm

Regional variations
Every avalanche course is different, and they are different across different parts of the country due to huge differences in the makeup of snow. Indeed, and in different countries too. Here in S...

In Editor's Roundtable » Avalanche Safety for Backcountry Travelers
December 05, 3:46am

Re: cold weather performance upright canister
The critical thing here is the temperature of the canister, which you do not mention, and the canister contents which change with use. The copper wire obviously helps to transfer some heat to th...

In Philosophy & Technique » cold weather performance upright canister
December 04, 3:01pm

All Reader Reviews by Stuart R

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Coleman Exponent Non-stick Cook Kit
At first glance this looks like just another anodised aluminium cook set, but on closer inspection you will find that these pots have a real standout feature. There is a spiral groove machined or stam...

In Cookware - Other
March 29, 12:43pm