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"The idea that, once the window opens, the rising warm air pulls in the cold air, I b…"

Cameron Taylor replied Sep 23, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Wow. After several month's hiatus, this dormant thread surges back to life!  :) Bud,…"

Cameron Taylor replied Sep 23, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"John, I've thought about something you hit upon in your reply regarding why "how the…"

Cameron Taylor replied May 3, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Causality in our case at hand? Whatever upsets equilbrium. In Bud's illustration, Fi…"

Cameron Taylor replied Feb 9, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Good way to put it, Ted. Well done. The air columns in this case are the weights, an…"

Cameron Taylor replied Feb 9, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"Bud, the illustration found at your link is excellent! In just one spot, several var…"

Cameron Taylor replied Feb 9, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

"What I keep looking at in your reference to the large LEED certified house in NY is…"

Cameron Taylor replied Feb 8, 2012 to Is LEED Lip Stick on a Pig?

6 Feb 10, 2012
Reply by William H Nickerson

"Speaking from the HVAC side of things, the ongoing complaint I've heard about NATE i…"

Cameron Taylor replied Feb 6, 2012 to Resnet and NATE and BPI

13 Feb 9, 2012
Reply by John Webb

"Your mention of the low spot in the flex ducting collecting water (thereby soaking t…"

Cameron Taylor replied Feb 3, 2012 to Dirty Sock Syndrome in high efficiency HVAC units

10 Oct 11, 2012
Reply by Doug Hefernan

"Often, when I sense someone is ahead of me, I try not to plod on undeterred like I h…"

Cameron Taylor replied Jan 31, 2012 to The science of hot air rising

141 Sep 26, 2012
Reply by Robert Riversong

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