Air-conditioning is one of the luxuries of life that keeps us cool when room temperature begins to rise to quite an unfavorable degree. Air conditioning is something you barely notice until the power goes out, and it no longer works. But what if keeping cool didn't require electricity at all?
A scientist has invented a material called “cooling paper,” made from recyclable paper and doesn’t use any electricity that reflects the sun's rays off rooftops, and even absorbs heat from homes and buildings and radiates it away. The amazing part of it is that it is made from recyclable paper.
Air conditioners are in majority of homes and the cost it expends doesn't come cheap which usually comes from fossil fuels, causing air pollution and global warming. However with this “cooling paper" it can reduce cost drastically while keeping your home cool( it reduces a room's temperature by up to 10 degrees Fahrenheit).
In addition to the cooling benefits, the paper doesn't require any electricity, and it is 100% recyclable. The paper can reduce a room's temperature by up to 10 degrees Fahrenheit, making it a radical but effective alternative to today's air conditioners, which consume a lot of power.
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