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18 Nov 11 Absorption Chiller Animation part 1

Absorption Chiller Animation part 1 —
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www.emfnews.org www.emfnews.org Several developments have highlighted the growing hazards of EMF pollution—and the crucial need to address them. A report that cited more than 2000 studies found that chronic exposure to even low-level radiation (like that from cell phones) can cause a variety of cancers, impair immunity, and contribute to Alzheimers disease and dementia, heart disease, and many other ailments. One likely way: EMFs open the blood-brain barrier, causing blood vessels to leak fluid into the brain and damage neurons. Whats more, a lesswell known kind of EMF, known as “”dirty”” or transient electricity, may play an even more damaging role. Transients are largely by-products of modern energy-efficient electronics and appliances—from computers, refrigerators, and plasma TVs to compact fluorescent lightbulbs and dimmer switches—which tamp down the electricity they use. This manipulation of current creates a wildly fluctuating and potentially dangerous electromagnetic field that essentially charges up the electrons in every cell of your body. Some research suggests that by overlapping the bodys signaling mechanisms, transients may interfere with the secretion of insulin, drown out the call and response of the immune system, and cause other physical havoc. Luckily, there are some things you can do to protect your health. Environmental consultant Cindy Sage recommends these simple steps to limit your exposure to electromagnetic fields from all sources. 1. Avoid

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Reader's Comments

  1. |

    fuck you i dont understand a thing …where is the fucking sound ???!!!!!!!!!!

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    hydric acid is water. It was a joke, hope you don’t mind, but if you inhale it (water) you die.I don’t know where you live but here in US there are no small units that use ammonia and the old ones they didn’t use any compressors they had either an electrical resistor or a propane heater element.

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    @scaloi They still make new ammonia/ water (don’t know what hydric acid is) gas powered refrigerators. It is true that ammonia is poisonous but the ammonia gas fired absorption refrigerators has very little ammonia and a very low probability of leakage. The deaths cause by leaking ammonia refrigerators were due to pure ammonia compressor (electric powered) refrigerators leaking at the compressor shaft seal (and due to the large amount of ammonia in the system.

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    Old refrigerators and some camping trailers had this system. They don’t use it anymore because it was using ammonia and hydric acid that can kill if inhaled.

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    nice try but gives ni information at ALL.

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    fuck! can someone explain this so i dont flunk my test and lose my job this looks like a space ship

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    OK, lets see some plans so a home tinkerer like me can build a working 2 ton unit in his garage.

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    @waterwart : If you want this as clear animation, please Contact our institude “APECO”.

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    Do you have any research or production information concerning this design?