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# Girl Knows How to Solve Global Warming Problem

Posted in Videos » Stupid   17 Jun 2011   / 5060 views

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lobo 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
try to evacuate the air in your brain girl
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gigantes 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
sadly, that's not far from the average person's understanding of thermodynamics & global climate change.
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Archlord 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM

Notice how quickly she switches from the whole Earth to her own city and little confort
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Mr. Ree 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I do my part to cool the earth by leaving the refrigerator door open as much as possible...
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hopenchange 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Yes We Can.....
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123 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
For those who don't understand why this would not work.

With an air conditioner or refrigerator the heat has to go somewhere, it does not just disappear.

An air conditioner sucks warm air out of the room and blows cooled air inside, but the hot air has to go somewhere, so it goes outside.

A refrigerator cools the air inside the refrigerator and sends it outside into the room it's in, feel with your hand at the back of the refrigerator. That's why it's often very hot in rooms with a lot of refrigerators and no air conditioning.

(Even if air conditioners would be able to just make the heat disappear into nothing, you would need a hell of a lot of air conditioners to cool the whole earth, making it practically impossible.)

All this has to do with "preservation of energy" (it's a law of physics) in the sense that you can't just make energy (or heat, which is a form of energy) disappear into nothing, look it up with Google.

A refrigerator cools the air inside the refrigerator and sends the heat outside into the room it's in, you can feel it in the back of the refrigerator.

So if you would want to cool a room by keeping the door of the refrigerator open, you would have to stick the back of the refrigerator out the window so that the heat goes outside. Of course it would be EXTREMELY inefficient. Meaning it would not work very well. It's designed to cool a small closed space.
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Enter your name 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
..........for the douche above me, air cons don't suck hot air out of a room , it takes the air in the room and circulates it between cooled down radiators in the wall unit. the unit outside is called a compressor and a condenser,(i dont even want to explain to you how they work)
in my humble opinion, that might as well been you sitting in the car speaking to the cam about global warming.
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aaa 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Ok, who fucked her brains out. Raise your hand now....
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Enter your name 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I hope she gives a hell of a bj
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123 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
..........for the douche above me who thinks he's a smart ass:

http://en.wikipedia.org*wiki/File:Air_conditioning_unit-en.svg

(replace * with /)

So yes they do blow hot air outside. And I did know an air conditioner is slightly more complex than I explained, what was important was the basic principle, I was trying to keep it simple.
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lolzz 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
The airconditioner would produce to much Co2 to be effective..
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albatros 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
the empire state
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Brumle 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I'd still do her

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