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Passive System Cools Buildings By Bouncing Heat Into Outer Space

When you’ve got more recycleables than you can fit in the your blue bin, you send them to the recycling center. So where do you send heat when you’ve got too much of […] The post Passive System Cools Buildings By Bouncing Heat Into Outer Space appeared first on Geek.com.
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