From: mrtravel on 25 Jul 2006 03:34
> mrtravel writes:
>>If you put a fan in the window, you can then have air move in or out,
>>depending on a combination of blade direction and shape.
> In hot weather, it doesn't matter, since the air is hot both inside
> and out.
Are you under the impression that the temperature inside and outside a
building, without a heater or A/C is always the same?
Do you know what a greenhouse is?
Do you think it is possible that the glass windows on buildings may
cause a similar effect? What about the number of people in a building.
Would a building get warmer or colder if you add people?
What about the shading effect of the being inside of a building? Is that
no benefit, when compared to being in direct sunlight?
So, are you now saying that air movement has no benefit in reducing
From: Miguel Cruz on 25 Jul 2006 03:38
The Reid <dontuse(a)fell-walker.co.uk> wrote:
> Following up to Miguel Cruz
>> which has supposedly been rapidly saturated
> "supposedly" I cant understand why you dont post here anymore,
Funny, after just two days of reading mxsmanic's greasy twisty
argumentation, the reasons are coming back to me all too quickly!
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From: The Reid on 25 Jul 2006 04:03
Following up to Tchiowa
>> do you ever wonder why the worlds scientists think otherwise?
>What are you talking about????????
The rest of the world seems to know, I don't know why you don't..
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From: Dave Frightens Me on 25 Jul 2006 04:47
On Tue, 25 Jul 2006 00:40:32 +0200, Mxsmanic <mxsmanic(a)gmail.com>
>Dave Frightens Me writes:
>> Rubbish. Ventilation is almost as effective as air con.
>No, it isn't nearly as effective, which is why A/C exists in the first
Sit directly in front of a fan with the window open, and it's an
effective way to stay cool.
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From: Mxsmanic on 25 Jul 2006 04:47
The Reid writes:
> you're argument is about humidity, remember?
It's about both. Fans are no more useful than evaporative cooling
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