If the 2.5 hours number is correct, you're probably right. Anyway, how could this not be the green of the week?
We deal in BTUs here in America, son so don’t mix your unit types.
In order to get the maximum heat value – just like any honest-to-god engineer would – I’m taking my money out in singles, so all ready we’ve increased the heat value by a hundred.
That’s 8k BTU’s per pound X 22,000lbs X5 = right at 900M BTUs from Sizemore’s cash. You need about 50 BTU’s per square foot per day to heat a house in Cleveland in the winter. Figure a 3,000 square foot office. So that’s 400 winter heating days from the Sizemore money. You can get another 150 days from the Myers cash.
Much better off installing a dollar bill burning furnace down at Carnegie and Ontario than paying either one of those bums.
It combines honest-to-goodness engineering, an impressively broad base of knowledge, more than a dash of wry humor, and the aggressive cynicism we've all come to expect from Chuck from time to time. I loved it, and I'm the only voting member on the green of the week panel. Here's the rest of the week in recs.
This team now employs an Ubie, a Klubie, and a Kubie.
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