• HubertManne
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    21 month ago

    have not watched yet but I think im aware of these and don’t see how they could make ice. I am going to watch when I get time.

    • @[email protected]
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      81 month ago

      depends on freezing nighttime desert air and moving it with architectural elements over water

      • HubertManne
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        41 month ago

        oh that makes sense. I forget how desserts are extreme in both directions.

        • @[email protected]
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          31 month ago

          Deserts also tend to have very clear air (not humidity for clouds and few other sources of pollution), which allows heat to radiate away faster than in other regions. If you do things right, you can localize this to make an area cool quickly using heat radiation and reflection, perhaps even more quickly than using convection and isolation (big building that blocks out the heat but allows airflow).

          • HubertManne
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            21 month ago

            although an interesting part of the video (which I got around to watching) is the use of the tech in england.

      • @sabreW4K3OP
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        01 month ago

        Why was this downvoted? That’s literally what it says in the video.