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Air conditioning for all? Hotter world faces risk of 'cooling poverty'

By Laurie Goering

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Notice that on one side of an air conditioner, cool air comes out. On the other side, hot air comes out. So air conditioners are further warming the earth, contributing to global warming.

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Future is people have to disappear of heat if living in a hell, not reproduce like coackroches.

People do not know the basics : build a heavy inertia dwellingwith the soil providing freshness, keep close all entrances in the daytime (doors and windows), have sunlight blocking/reverberating elements and open windows in the night.

Nothing of this is known to Japanese builders and occupants it seems.

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Meanwhile in your neighbour China they provide the power for air-conditioning this way

with pebble nuclear reactors

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