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Every time a "new" type of heater comes along, there is SO much misinformation about them, partly from people who just don't think it through
For example, in the early 80's these tall vertical heaters with quartz rods were the rage. One fellow told me that he like his unit because "it only heats living things, not inanimate objects."
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.
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Cabinet - Fire retardant plastic with simulated wood trim
Shouldn't that say, "Combustably Challenged"?
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gak0090 wrote:So if it is arguably very close to 100% and not relevant, your "NOT TRUE" loses a lot of credence. If you want to split hairs some of that visible light creates some heat also. In the same way- you are correct theoretically, yet still not relevant.
Correcting a claim that violates the first law of thermodynamics is fairly relevant.
It's been 20 years, I am going to copy that floppy.