To Keep Deadly Heat Out and ACs on, Cooler Heads Must Prevail

Editor’s note: A few weeks ago when the heat wave hit and temps in the Chicago area were in the upper 90s, the a.c. where I live died and had to be repaired. No air conditioning for about 48 hours. It wasn’t fun. I only relate that to bring attention to my posts paying tribute to the man I call “the greatest man who ever lived” — Willis Carrier:

Global warming forever and the Greatest Man Who Ever Lived

100 Years Ago Today: The Carrier Engineering Corporation was Formed in New York

How Air-Conditioning Invented the Modern World 

Here is the lede from the above-titled article by Ross Marchand:

Consumers could use a little less environmental hysteria and hot air about the low-cost electricity that makes AC possible.

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