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Comment Re:the radiator will be huge at 50w/m2 for anythin (Score 1) 203

your house is also a literally a pile of unengineered garbage. like most US homes, it was both designed and built by idiots. Maybe you should buy a better house with adequate air sealing, insulation, and a design that at least made a small attempt to minimize direct solar gains. Guess what, its even cheaper to build houses intelligently. But when you sell products to idiots, the quality doesn't matter and instead you get expensive 50kBtu/hr machine to cool it and piss away extra money to the utilities.

Comment Re:Earth Day April 22 Bought To You By Al Gore (Score 0) 198

yeah good luck with that. please post back on the progress of your brilliant investment portfolio. fortunately [for you] you are just a troll, probably with no money, no job, and a duplicitous claim on disability from which you access your tax payer funded oxy scrip. And if I'm wrong here its by 1 degree at most. haha, MAGA bro!

Comment Re:Hard to read (Score 1) 408

Speaking of snowflakes, there seem to be a lot of the conservative variety lately. One particularly particularly unique specimen can be found in some tacky beach resort or out on the golf course and I assume, sometimes in the oval office.

As for the press conference, I couldn't even read through the transcript. There is no way I could watch 80 minutes of incoherent rambling. I'm giving a 90 minute talk tomorrow afternoon. I would be rightly fired if its quality matched POTUS appalling display. Then again, I'm speaking to engineers, not the riled up classroom of 4th graders who support Trump.

Comment Re:Echo-chamber fake news (Score 1) 408

The media is not a monolithic entity, but composed of tens of thousands of people each with their own agenda and subject to those rules and agendas of their thousands of editors and hundreds parent organizations from dozens of countries... Just like it has always been, which is why accusations raised about "the media" have always been silly distractions by scheming assholes attempting to support their own agenda.

Comment Re:Hard to read (Score 1) 408

why do people craft narratives out of nothing?

90%+++ of people voted the ticket they would voted with ANY D or R candidates. 10% did not. A few hundred thousand made a difference.

There is zero evidence for your narrative. It should not be used to drive policy in America. Done.

Comment Re:Base load (Score 1) 194

Your epistemological deflection doesn't hide the fact you are wrong about the basic universality of macro thermodynamics, but it was a nice try. You have further documented your missing thinking in this latest post. Your physics undergrad is cute, but fortunately our respective training on the subject is not an authority here :-) As for your request, I already suggested you will find your problem in any introductory engineering text on the subject. But I think you would be better served by "Understanding Thermodynamics" by Van Ness. Its a very simple text that ought to clear up your sophomoric thinking.

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