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They have a peer-reviewed article published in "Science", other Researcher's have published papers on the same effect using difference materials and the "The Economist" article shows the Researcher's holding a big-ass roll of the stuff, there isn't much to be sceptical of.
How does holding a roll of it prove how effective it is in a practical application? I didn't say it didn't exist, in fact I said that since they have produced it why don't they demonstrate it in a practical application. The fact they have not when it would be so easy to do is why I am skeptical.
"Passive cooling on the order of what this article talks about would seem to be too good to be true. If it is true these guys should be filthy rich soon."
Don't forget to sell your Air Conditioning stock.
Its interesting that they have made the film, yet have not demonstrated it in a practical application. That makes me skeptical as they are relying on performance claims when they shouldn't have to. Why could they not take the film and cover a small structure (like a shed), and simply tell us the resulting cooling effect? And maybe compare against a simple reflective coating
So you're saying that small ISPs don't have the resources to do things like know what their own damned pricing structure is?
No, he absolutely never said that. Common sense tells us that they do, and obviously their customers will know. So no need for regulation that requires it and comes with other requirements such as performance which the ISP may not take time to measure or guarantee.
Yet another reason to not use facebook.
Yes people like you are too stupid to be able to change a setting and your only option is failure. Obviously even the most simple of tasks is well beyond your capability.
Facebook sucks by default, no settings can change that.
"Consistency requires you to be as ignorant today as you were a year ago." -- Bernard Berenson