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20 Jul 2010  

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by clunkfish View Post
No you are right in the second one. Assuming AC is about 40% efficient, then it is essentially (40+(40*.75) and becomes 70% efficient. It may not be a BIG increase, but if every AC unit in Arizona used this, we would save a ton of money and landfill space.
No, that's a 75% increase. A 175% increase from 40%, using Method 2 () gives:

(40+(40*1.75))=110% efficiency

- so we are still in the realms of perpetual motion machines. If they really can do this, buy stock right now
No, thats wrong.

It is 175% MORE efficient than it already is, which means 1.75 more efficient... That makes it 70%.

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