Gord, thank you very much for researching this to the extent you did. I know you have a lot of fan mail, but I'd like to point out the value of your contributions to this board. Those are some very good references
. Thank you for such factual posts.
Having seen the links, I certainly see that 0F is the suggested freezer
temperature. Now that I see this is the suggested temp, I have to wonder why it is that not many freezers go that low. Mine is designed for 15-25 or so range. "Dorm fridges" don't even do as well as the one I have now. Certainly not many boat freezers go that low due to the power requirements involved (excepting the very high end ones).
Still, nobody seems to know what happens from a biological standpoint at temperatures between 0 and 30. Did I stump the board?
Island Mike: Any courses with funny
names like, "E. Coli Lifecycles Under Solid State H2O Conditions 101?"