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NOAA USA October 2017 Max Temp - Why Has CO2 Ignored October?

The hottest October in the USA was 1963. It was 5F hotter than October 2017.

Why Has CO2 Ignored October?

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G Proof Fan with High G-Force Tolerance Released

SANYO DENKI has developed and launched the G Proof Fan series designed to withstand high levels of g-force. These G Proof Fans are the first in the industry to be available in these sizes as the San Ace 120GP 9GP […] 22 more words

New Heat Exchange Module Launched

CoolIT Systems (CoolIT), world leader in energy efficient liquid cooling solutions for HPC, Cloud, and Enterprise markets, has expanded its Rack DCLC™ product line with the release of the AHx2 Heat Exchange Module. 27 more words

Estimating Internal Air Cooling Temperature Reduction in a Closed Box Utilizing Thermoelectrically Enhanced Heat Rejection

An earlier article in this column considered the problem of cooling electronic components in a closed box [1]. In outdoor applications for example, it may be necessary to totally seal the box to prevent exposure to airborne particulates, water droplets […] 28 more words

French company developing building-free data centers

A new outdoor server farm concept that uses vats of liquid-cooled computers instead of buildings could be literally located in farmland.

Read the source article at Welcome to Network World.com

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Brace Yourself for This $80 Ceramic Smart Mug, Now Being Sold at Starbucks

(Source: www.inc.com)

Clay Alexander has a beautiful vision of the future. It’s one in which your chicken never gets cold and your beer never gets warm. 591 more words

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Everyone Deserves to Have a Cool Summer
When it’s hot and sweltering, an effective air conditioning system is crucial to maintaining a comfortable environment. Is your AC unit working at an optimum level? 72 more words

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