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China turns out first solar-powered air conditioner [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-12-9 00:10:07 |Display all floors

Reply #28 youknowhat's post

bcuz a, basically, heart drug plus vodka?...

Well, I see why a doctor might be a bit reluctant to suggest something like that,

that much i do know about medicine.....
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Post time 2010-12-10 01:31:24 |Display all floors
Air conditioners take a lot of energy. That's why houses that are solar-powered usually don't have air conditioning but rely on good ventilation and shading for cooling.  The only way this air conditioner could be 100-percent solar-powered is if it was connected to a large external and expensive solar-array. It certainly won't run on a dinky solar-array slapped on the top of it.

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Post time 2010-12-11 00:54:56 |Display all floors

Progress is photovoltaic is important

Making a car run more efficiently is great, but some day there will be no more oil to run cars at all.  If you make a solar cell operate just a tiny bit more efficiently, then that is scientific and social progress that will last until the sun no longer exists.  

And on the day when the sun refuses to shine, efficiency of solar cells will not  be our biggest problem!

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Post time 2010-12-11 00:57:39 |Display all floors

just chill out for me...

do you have any idea the weather in beijing and new york right now, and yawl talkin bout frigid air with me  

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