Originally Posted by marlin driver
In other words, he is right and you don't want to admit it.
Originally Posted by funjohnson
Can't believe people even bother to respond to him anymore.
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When I am wrong I admit it and I acknowledge the person who corrected me. Just seems like the right thing to do. To save this embarrassment I avoid commenting on things outside my area of expertise.
Annoys me when people argue a point which is later shown to be incorrect and then slink away pretending nothing ever happened. I figure man up and admit you were mistaken or don't argue in the first place.
In this case I just think TN is convinced the shape of the cooler lid is what makes it thermally efficient. I reread his posts. I think he thinks there is some kind of magic which he can't articulate behind the inside having a smaller surface area on the inside of the lid than the outside.
That surface area difference is just the reality of having a lid that doesn't fall into the cooler. Plenty of ring pull lift
up lids that don't have a trapezoidal shape to disprove that is significant.
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