I actually had a lot of fun during my college years.
Since I was with some of the more advanced students, I attended numerous seminars.
We would talk about philosophy, math, science, and we even got into climate control systems and modern day HVAC technology. Everybody enjoyed talking about how smart thermostats had changed their lives with lower energy expenses and greater ease with adjusting the temperature control settings. Some students argued that having a smart thermostat wasn’t necessary. They said you could always go for a programmable thermostat to save money and you don’t need all those fancy features that come with the smart apps. Well, ultimately, most of my fellow students agreed that smart thermostats are best since they have been proven to lower your energy expenses. On top of that, they learn your schedule automatically based on how you adjust your thermostat settings, and you never have to bother programming the thing which makes life so much easier. Also, with the significant energy savings, a smart thermostat will pay for itself and keep on giving you low energy costs, so I didn’t think there was much room for debate. Not to mention, smart thermostats have more advanced features like telling you when it’s time to have your HVAC equipment serviced and it will remind you when to change out your air filters. I’d like to see a programmable thermostat do something like that! We’ve always had enjoyable discussions in the classroom, usually in a small group though. Things got kind of ugly when we started talking about politics though.
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