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Wednesday, December 06, 2006

James Kim update

The search is continuing for CNET executive James Kim. My first thought, after reading that searchers had discovered a pair of Kim's pants, was the same one mentioned in this CNN story:

"[Finding the pair of pants] also could mean Kim suffered severe hypothermia, said Dr. Jon Jui, professor of emergency medicine at Oregon Health and Science University. Jui said severe hypothermia causes people to become disoriented and have a false sense of warmth, which can lead to them disrobing."
I can say from personal experience that hypothermia is a wicked and brutal condition to be in. I hope that Kim, who was reportedly wearing jeans beneath the pants that were discovered, was trying to send a signal and not suffering from exposure.

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