Re: NANFA-- Constructing a pond under and around an A/C unit

unclescott (
Fri, 29 Aug 2003 12:21:15 -0500

Discovered, a couple of days ago, that taking a fishing rod and wading into
the Kankakee river was a wonderful way to keep cool. Of course in the three
foot shallows, several 100 shiners though the hairs on my legs were worms on
a stick. Sorta like standing in a vat of fizzies.

All the best again...

> Humid air, which may feel cool to human skin, is not necessarily
> air that is at a cooler temprature. Humid air will deposit
> moisture on your skin which evaporates and removes some heat
> energy from your skin, thus making it *feel* cool.
> A/C's work by exchanging heat energy. The more the difference
> in two tempratures, the more the warmer side will get cool
> and the more the cooler side will get warm.
> (Heat energy flows from warm object to cool object until both
> attain the same temprature.)
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