Air Conditioning is Not a Worldwide Necessity

I live in the southeastern portion of our country, & I love it, but I also love other areas, but for example, the priest at our church came here from the midwest, & every time I see photos of that place, I long to go live there, but he insists that it isn’t hot & humid… I can’t imagine what it must be prefer to live somewhere where it isn’t hot & humid.

I live in the southeastern portion of our country, & I love it, but I also love other areas, but for example, the priest at our church came here from the midwest, & every time I see photos of that place, I long to go live there, but he insists that it isn’t hot & humid… I can’t imagine what it must be prefer to live somewhere where it isn’t hot & humid. He said the majority of people do not even have air conditioner in their homes, which I found shocking! Of course, everyone has a basement for the ever-present threat of tornadoes, & everyone has a powerful gas furnace for those snowy winters, but no a/c! And it’s not just our midwesterners, either. I made my first trip outside of the country a few years back, & even though I went somewhere that is just as hot as here, I discovered the same thing – hardly anyone had air conditioner! The people are not nearly as affluent as the people I was with and I are here in this country, so the only folks who seemed to have a/c were the expats & the tourists, however stores & restaurants that cater to the tourists also saw the need to get a/c, & they generally had it, as well, however of course, most of us wouldn’t go to a restaurant without a/c when it is ninety degrees outside, but the native peoples had no problem with it at all, however even the places that did have air conditioner tended not to have central air conditioner.Instead, they used mini split a/c units, & in all reality, I prefer that kind of a/c. It is so much simpler to install & requires no air duct.

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