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Old 05-03-2012, 07:52 PM   #15
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Dry Ice--contact your local welding supply Co..I got some delivered to Welding Co in Lynchburg-it was last Yr & don't remember the price per Pound. (DON"T TOUCH IT) put it in the bottom of cooler DO NOT add ice.
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Old 05-04-2012, 03:47 PM   #16
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arrrrggggg i hate being old and having a crappy memory....
i just recently saw a tiny little freezer thingy. it was about the size if a crockpot,,,,wish i could remember where i saw it. if i do i will message you.
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Old 05-09-2012, 06:50 PM   #17
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Some good advice. One more to buy a high-end cooler. And I mean high-end. That doesn't mean Coleman. The YETI is one. They are rated to keep ice frozen for 4 days. I have one and can attest that they do keep ice frozen for about that time if loaded full, left in the shade and not opened too often. But they aren't cheap as coolers go but much cheaper than the $859 boondocking model fridge/freezer.
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I have always thought that a fridge should produce energy. After all heat, (energy) is being removed from inside.
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There is a company here in San Diego that makes Dry Ice for sale.

Dry Ice by CO2Cool.com San Diego

Check where the Halloween Haunted House attractions in your area get theirs...
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I have always thought that a fridge should produce energy. After all heat, (energy) is being removed from inside.
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Can you please explain what you mean by this.

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David,

Can you please explain what you mean by this.

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oooooh an engineer of energy! This is the HOLY grail. Expended energy produces energy... capturing that energy at 100% is self-sustaining energy! A perpectual motion machine! (can you tell I'm EXCITED). Unfortunately it also takes energy to capture energy... but, someday... and I'm hoping in my lifetime it gets figured out. We're working on it, wind (capturing the energy), wave (capturing the energy) and sun (remember solar capturing the energy) is the future. If anyone has seen a model of the 'heat' lost in a home.... if we could capture that to produce more energy... NIRVANA!
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oooooh an engineer of energy! This is the HOLY grail. Expended energy produces energy... capturing that energy at 100% is self-sustaining energy! A perpectual motion machine! (can you tell I'm EXCITED). Unfortunately it also takes energy to capture energy... but, someday... and I'm hoping in my lifetime it gets figured out. We're working on it, wind (capturing the energy), wave (capturing the energy) and sun (remember solar capturing the energy) is the future. If anyone has seen a model of the 'heat' lost in a home.... if we could capture that to produce more energy... NIRVANA!
Thanks Donna,

I understand the theory but don't quite appreciate where it fits into deciding if a fridge/freezer or cooler it the answer.
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