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Re: RT water and heat retention in theory and life

I am very sorry. We should think a little before we post (also applies to me) messages.
Sorry... couldn't wait...

Martin wrote:
With a minus-sign - so if water condensates on the RTs, it will serve
to cool them, not heat them up.
Okay. You've just invented the black energy hole. The law of conservation of energy is broken again.
Read about how refridgerators work.