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NikolaSusa
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Oh jesh, it’s 33 degrees here. Breathing is a challenge and it’s nearly impossible to work. Opening a window is like going face to face with Balrog of Mordor.

How do you deal with heat? :stress:

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LucidStudios
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Oh jesh, it’s 33 degrees here. Breathing is a challenge and it’s nearly impossible to work. Opening a window is like going face to face with Balrog of Mordor. How do you deal with heat? :stress:

Just 33 degrees and you already crying? ;)

Here for last few days the average heat has been 42 degrees and it’s easy to cope with heat if you are not too much used to AC :)

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digitalimpact
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Same here. Caught a cold, mornings are like I drank lava the whole night.

A/C, lots of water, smoking breaks in the shade, and most importantly: minimum physical effort :D

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NikolaSusa
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Just 33 degrees and you already crying? ;)

Yesh, i’m spoiled. :P

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coatsrc
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Been using good ol central air….to bad my electric bill is going to sky rocket from it….ill cry about that later :)

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VF
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It is not only temperature but amount of humidity contributes suffocation. The more the water vapour in the air, we will have problems sweating (on drying), which can result low productivity.

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Tean
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If you are hot now, how are you gonna handle when Sun turns red giant in 5 billion years?

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eddiesaints
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If you are hot now, how are you gonna handle when Sun turns red giant in 5 billion years?

He won’t be here, neither any of us… :P

33º isn’t hot. Above 40º is hot.

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Landonw
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It’s 32 here, and I’m very appreciative. In May it was 40 degrees!

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NikolaSusa
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It is not only temperature but amount of humidity contributes suffocation. The more the water vapour in the air, we will have problems sweating (on drying), which can result low productivity.

Yeah, i’m nowhere near sea or desert and amount of water vapour is pretty damn high. So 30º is hot. 30º here feels like 50º+ in desert.


If you are hot now, how are you gonna handle when Sun turns red giant in 5 billion years?

I’ll figure something out. :P

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