Re: NANFA-- Goldstein article in AFM and a Request for

Bob Culler (
Mon, 18 Nov 2002 23:35:47 -0500

At 09:13 PM 11/18/02 -0600, Travis wrote:
>Just as a side note, Goldstein's approach to cooling the water in the
>fridge involved putting a canister filter in the fridge and running the
>water through there. So perhaps the idea of a canister filter next to
>lunch would be more appealing to the coworkers... Maybe?

I tried using the dorm fridge setup earlier this summer (on my 55) and it
didn't work too well. I did some reading on the web and found a reasonable
explanation for why. Basically a dorm fridge is not intended to move that
much heat that fast.

Ranger Bob
Kingsport, TN

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