New High-Tech Fabric Cools The Body

Scientists at Stanford have developed a nanoporous polyethylene fabric that scatters wavelengths of light, blocking the sun’s rays to cool down the wearer by as much as three degrees, a development that could reduce global dependency on air conditioning. What do you think?

“It’ll be so nice to walk around outside feeling like it’s 83 degrees when it’s really 86.”

Moira Yount • Prop Master


“What about all the other things that cause slight discomfort?”

Keith Cooley • Entree Suggester

“I never thought science could improve upon the genius of not wearing a shirt.”

Hans Spiering • Reform Catalyst

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