Tuesday, December 4, 2007

A Serious Suggestion For How To Save Mother Earth

Mounting refrigerators in houses on big lazy susans so that you could rotate the fridge outside at night and during the winter months. Where I live, the outside temperature from December 1 to about March 15 varies from 20 degrees to about 40 degrees (unlike the inside of the house, where it is usually 65 to 70 degrees). This substantially reduces the amount of work that the compressor has to do to keep the food at either icebox or main refrigerator temperatures.

Perhaps the complexity of providing an adequate seal to keep outside air from entering the house makes this impractical, but whatever money the government spent on this absurd study could have been better spent figuring out how to make this work.

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