While those three words seem unrelated it’s a real thing. A fellow in Alliance Nebraska is using geothermal energy to power a greenhouse in which he grows lots of food including oranges, lemons, and grapefruit! You can check it out with this link.
I was walking my dog yesterday in a high end neighborhood, and I noticed these two outside HVAC units were covered. I’ve never covered mine, so I asked Rob Gault owner of Atlas LC Heating and Air Conditioning about this.
I had always thought that geothermal energy came from hot springs. The hot water that blasts forth from Old Faithful was the image in my mind when the phrase came up.
It’s that time of year again, one day it’s hot the next day it’s cold. I turned my heat on for the first time last week, and lost a sweater at lunch because the next day it was quite warm.
We say that hackneyed phrase so often in summer - It’s not the heat it’s the humidity. Of course we mean that’s what makes the summer so dang miserable, but many people don’t realize humidity can make us just as miserable in the winter.