From the article:
The coolant used is called EC-120, from Electrocool. Buying the full kit will give you 5 gallons of the stuff (which at retail is around $500). This is a lot more expensive than mineral oil, but still beats the $300/liter cost of the two-phase liquids used in servers.
I have a question for all the people reading this thread:
How many of you live in an area where they have countdown timers by the pedestrian light? I love these, I can see from a whole block away if I have time to make the light or not. If I don't have time, then I can gradually slow to a stop...
Thank you for the additional context. I thought it goes without saying that a person would check the car out prior to breaking glass. If a person is in the car with the dog, clearly there isn't an issue. Breaking the glass as a first step without making noise or rocking the vehicle is plain nuts.
Sorry, but dogs die all the time from being left in hot vehicles. If a passerby notices that it's scorching hot outside and your dog looks like it's unresponsive in the back seat, your the fucktard for leaving it there, and getting a broken window when someone with a brain saves it.
I have cable and skip pretty much all the ads except the funny ones.
All you have to do is record your shows, or just pause live TV for 5 minutes and then skip ahead when a commercial airs.
You can't do that on internet based services which is one of the reasons I don't cut the cord.
A similar story ran on my local news. They suggested things like "knowing when your package is coming so that you can be present during delivery".
Why are they missing the obvious solution: Have it sent to the post office or depot near you so that you can pick it up yourself. It's what I do...