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    At least he'll be upgrading his furnace soon to something more efficient.
    Global Warming or: None like it hot
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    I actually posted that a while back.

    His furnace will rust out from the condensate, spill carbon monoxide, and evolution will take it's course*.

    *He probably also thinks that carbon monoxide detectors use too much electricity and emit so called "greenhouse gas emissions."
    General public's attitude towards our energy predicament: "I reject the reality of finite resource depletion and substitute it with my own; energy is infinite, we just need an alternative storage medium to run the cars on. The economy can grow indefinitely - we just need to "green" everything! Technology is energy! Peak what?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd View Post
    I actually posted that a while back.

    His furnace will rust out from the condensate, spill carbon monoxide, and evolution will take it's course*.
    But he will be dead knowing his "carbon footprint" was not that big!
    I thinks she needs some "freeze-on"

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    Thats it I am getting the T-shirt that say's "My Carbon Footprint Is Bigger Than Yours." That'll show him.

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    this carbon footprint thing is weird. i always thought that carbon dioxide was good for the environment....trees feed on it and thats how they grow....

    whatever.
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    i guess they don't sell electric water heaters in canada
    You're only as good as your customer will allow you to be.........If they want junk, sell them junk, but make your junk look neat!!!

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    Hmm

    how does he preheat in the summer

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    Engineers...inventors...sheesh!!
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    WOW is right

    he has no idea how much energy is being wasted to heat that water for his water heater how funnny is that.

    some people just dont get it

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    To be honest I've often thought about ways to reclaim heat lost to the flue. I figer they'll just make them more efficient.

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    true idiot

    Doesn't this idiot know that h2o heater is way more inefficient than his furnace and like what others haveposted his flue will rust out and evolution will take it's course. lets all hope his wife is beautiful and we can all become funeral crashers . and how about that little invention it will save me $5 a month and will pay for it self in 2-3 years. wow truly an idiot.

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    He did a bang up job piping that mess too. He's also a real jerk, anyone who has pointed out technical faults in the comments has been gotten a nasty reply. I hope he makes millions and then we make millions swapping them out (see: Plexvent, etc).
    Good? Bad? I'm the guy with the gun.

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