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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 1 point ago +1 / -0

Right and those are all good technologies, but they are about efficiency, not production. It takes stripping air of moisture and conditioning it to provide cooling. Until the day surface materials can actively achieve this process, then we still need A/C compressors with a discharge/liquid cooling loop that draws the heat to a radiant point and disperses it away from the room. Law of thermodynamics applies.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 0 points ago +2 / -2

LOL yeah because people who sit around collecting gibs have ambition and drive. Are you this naive? I mean seriously, ARE YOU? Because if he had amibition and drive, he wouldn't be sitting around on gibs.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 1 point ago +1 / -0

This but unironically. Sorry not sorry, nobody can truly change your situation other than YOU.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 2 points ago +2 / -0

Id invest in a quieter generation. Honda makes good portable generators (not cheap mind you) that are approxtimately 65dB at less than 1 meter.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 1 point ago +1 / -0

You fundamentally misunderstand what they're explaining here. Please stop spreading click bait. It can help to reduce heat gain on surfaces from solar gain, it does nothing to condition the air which is heated through convection. A building still must maintain an active conditioning system to remain cool, this would help with a few % of efficiency gain by marginally reducing surface convection on which it was painted. It has no bearing on anything else outside of that. It's a nice innovation but to claim you don't need A/C is just LARPING.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 1 point ago +1 / -0

That headline is top kek. You fundamentally misunderstand what they're explaining here. Please stop spreading click bait. It can help to reduce heat gain on surfaces from solar gain, it does nothing to condition the air which is heated through convection. A building still must maintain an active conditioning system to remain cool, this would help with a few % of efficiency gain by marginally reducing surface convection on which it was painted. It has no bearing on anything else outside of that. It's a nice innovation but to claim you don't need A/C is just LARPING.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 1 point ago +1 / -0

1234YF is effectively inert in the atmosphere, other than it being reactive to oxygen (flammable). R134A is close but not quite as refined as the newest stuff, however it's not flammable and is much safer and cheaper to produce.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 1 point ago +1 / -0

You are arguing in bad faith. You know damn well that isn't where these funds are going. Don't even pretend otherwise.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 1 point ago +1 / -0

Rewarding them for being so will lead to more crime. It's an IQ thing, can't make the low IQ's higher.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 1 point ago +1 / -0

Fucking hood rats get shit for free and yet they still trash their neighborhood no matter how many trillions they're given for doing nothing but existing. How about stop doing the things that make it such a dump and go buy your own damn a/c unit for 100 bucks at Walmart. Yes, i have little tolerance for "GIBS" especially when it's for naught.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp -3 points ago +5 / -8

Please faggot, most jobs don't have the mandates. Do try harder. I have no tolerance for being a lazy shit living on gibs then crying about said gibs when they expired. Then starve, what can I tell you.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 1 point ago +1 / -0

The size of the card...the thickness...

Oh my God, it even has a watermark.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 1 point ago +2 / -1

I dont mean to sound rude but 400 dollars isn't a lot of money for something like this.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 3 points ago +3 / -0

That's because retail price and prices paid via insurance are completely different.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 2 points ago +3 / -1

Wild weight loss? I'm guessing you don't know much about fitness.

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Master_Wyatt_Gurp 4 points ago +4 / -0

Weight loss. He looks like he lost 20 pounds, maybe a little more. Good for him.

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