In the mid-1990s, Maxim magazine ran a cover story titled “Home Air Conditioning Is the Number One Danger to Your Health”.
This article went viral, with over a million views and almost a billion page views.
Since then, air conditioners have become increasingly popular and people have increasingly used them.
The problem with air conditioning is that it is not a very efficient device.
It only uses about one-third of the energy that you need to keep a room cool.
And it takes a lot of energy to run it, too.
Maxim also wrote about the “energy consumption” of the average home.
To put it in perspective, a typical home uses about 100 kWh of electricity.
This is a lot more than many people will use every day.
What happens when you run out of energy?
The article explained that when you get cold, your air conditioning system can start to “heat up”.
This is because it is actually producing heat through the convection process in your air condition.
But this is the most inefficient way of generating heat.
And when you don’t have any heat, the convecting process will fail.
If you do run out, you can simply shut down your air conditions.
It’s a lot easier to keep your house cool in winter.
The article also mentioned the issue of heat exhaustion, which is why many people get colds and flu symptoms in the summer.
But, this is not the only problem with indoor air conditioning.
There are also environmental factors that make indoor air conditioning more expensive and difficult to maintain.
So, before you spend all that energy on air conditioning, it might be a good idea to start saving money on your heating bill.
This article was originally published in September 2018.