Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on September 11, 2007, 3:19 pm
On Mon, 10 Sep 2007 23:38:36 -0000, email@example.com wrote:
Perhaps that's why you believe you're a "power consultant" despite all
the undeniable evidence that you're a nitwit. Samples here
Your problem is that I *do* comprehend your "process". I've known
quite a few BS artists, all of whom were smarter than you.
I see. So a "design" need not be based on numbers then? Too funny,
seems like I remember somebody singing a different tune now and
Regardless, why not post your "guess"? A home that doesn't require AC
in 115F would be remarkable. So why not at least write out the average
daily temperature, the highs and lows, length of summer, and the
maximum interior temperature of this "design"? In plain English, how
does magic mass stay cool during a sizzling summer, yet need to be
heated in a mild winter? Why did you offer the details <snorf> of this
"guess" to Daestrom in a public forum, but then insist on a
non-disclosure agreement? I'm thinkin' that one answer would suit all
the questions - because the story is classic ghinius BS, exactly like
the 20 liters of fuel per week/fortnight nonsense.
Is this the same 40 years of experience that enables you to declare a
single rheostat 150A, 200A, 150 ohms, and 8.5 ohms? Or do you have a
different 40 years of experience during which you were honest and
I've heard the same claim from owners of single-wides in the desert.
"Does not require" is classic ghio-speak for "if I don't give them the
details then they won't be able to see through the story".
Posted by bealiba on September 12, 2007, 8:20 am
On Sep 12, 1:19 am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:
You have just demonstrated otherwise. You have no understanding at
My point made.
There is no formula for house design that takes into account human
impact on said design.
The formula for PV systems is based entirely on human use of the
First of all get it right. Average, 20 liters of fuel per fortnight is
a fact. You don't like it, so what.
Second where are the numbers for your system, which by the way you
have been unable to supply from the first day I asked you all those
rheostat 150 Amp 150 Ohms. I did not make this rheostat, nor did I
Still no AC required.
Could be that 100+ tonnes of stone and concrete helps. Then there is
the fact of 4 metre ceilings, correct orientation, wide verandas which
keep the sun off the walls during summer months.
Minimal heating during winter when the temp can drop to -5c and no AC
during the summer with peaks of 45c.
These are facts. You don't like them? Stiff shit. You want the
numbers? Post those for your system.
You want my house to have AC. That doesn't change the fact that my
house does not require AC.
It's not hard to do. The Indians did it thousands of years ago. Bit
surprised that you failed to know this living in the south west.
The quote from Bertrand Russell describes you to a tee.
Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on September 12, 2007, 2:37 pm
On Wed, 12 Sep 2007 08:20:19 -0000, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I <heart> new theories! You're nothing if not predictable. But will
your post provide sufficient fresh material to justify a site update?
LOL OK, I've added that quote to the other contradictory BS fuel
numbers at http://www.citlink.net/~wmbjk/tbfduwisdumb.htm .
In fact, you *have* obviously rated it several different ways, each
funnier than the last. The job requires a maximum of about 25 ohms,
and you've claimed that the infamous rheostat's resistance is "too
low, further control is needed". On what planet is 150 "too low" if
you need 25, Mr. Power Consultant? Oh well, pasted in the latest
It seems that your bizarre reality cannot be changed by reason.
Posted by bealiba on September 12, 2007, 10:38 pm
On Sep 13, 12:37 am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:
There is no "Reason" in your post.
My house does not require AC to remain comfortable year round.
Your house requires AC because you designed it that way.
Both statements are true.
Posted by Bill B. on September 13, 2007, 1:21 am
Well, I recommended to the staff that we have enough "reason" for
another outstanding George website update. This one was particularly
easy in as George managed to fall into a rather simplistic series of
traps set by several regular posters in this (among other) groups. The
group is working on chapter four of the "George Short Story". We also
have another "instant learning" class coming up: "Instant Eco-friendly
Home Building 101".
George has over 200 small cube refrigerators (which are technically
not air conditioners) that he powers using nothing more than surplus
solar calculators and several 150 amp rheostats to cool his home that
is an amazing duplication of Buckingham Palace built using
refrigerator boxes and flour soaked newspaper strips .
I also have it from locals that George managed to score several
thousand lead painted Chinese toys that he is using to line his
sunball (model III) for extra power, both Barbie "haunted house" sets
as well as "Thomas the Tank". As an aside, George got into an argument
with the Fed-Ex driver when he didn't believe that George actually has
a fork lift that is powered on nothing more than "septic methane".
Several cans of beans and six hours later, George was popping wheelies
on the fork lift, which punctured the fuel tank on the truck and
caused a minor environmental incident as well as spilling the porta
pottie mounted on the back of the thing for extra weight.