Monday, September 13, 2010

Federal Government: What is it Good For?

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory announced recently that it had invented a new kind of air conditioner
that promises to cut electrical demand by up to 90 percent — and it works well in both Gulf Coast humidity and desert heat.
[i]n addition to reducing the load on the electrical grid, which should translate into lower carbon emissions, DEVap cooling eliminates the need for ozone-depleting CFC and HCFC refrigerants. Judkoff notes these compounds are actually worse greenhouse gases than carbon dioxide. For each unit of mass, “they can be 10,000 times more debilitating to the atmosphere,” he says.
That's right the damned Federal Government that does nothing but steal our hard-earned dollars to fund things like highways and education now adds insult to injury by being more innovative than the air conditioner industry.  What's next?  Are Obama and Co. going to continuing working on our current economic problems until they get it right?  I just bet they will.


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