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Old 7th December 2017, 02:37 PM
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Most proteins tend to denature [cook] at 50c and above. Fats too. Except those in extremophile organisms of course. Some thermophile proteins can survive 100 degrees, depending on pressure etc.
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National Australia Bank stops all lending for new thermal coal projects
Move makes NAB the first major Australian bank to phase out support for industry but it will continue to finance projects already on its books


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National Australia Bank says it will halt all lending for new thermal coal mining projects, becoming the first major Australian bank to phase out support of thermal coal mining.

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