Being nothing more than a technician, I don't expect you to understand complex scientific processes, but you're way off base here. You simply don't understand the stuff you get into discussing online. I'm not saying you're not a good technician because you do seem to know plenty of the hands on side of chillers, etc. but working with refrigerants and getting a good feel for things they do, has zero applicability to how they interact with the atmosphere all around the globe. We get that you're proud of your field but your ID says it enough so you don't have to type it out once a week. Not to mention, you crossed the line in lying about me personally.
Counter to your claim, the main difference between the CFCs and HCFCs was not "the oil". It was the hydrogen component. The different oil was a by-product of that change. The hydrogen addition made the Cl dissipate from the atmosphere faster, causing less total harm. See the lowest chart at:
The rest of your info came pretty much straight from Wikipedia so you haven't really proven anything and your piling on against me (ammo) is just more petty behavior.
Suggesting that I'm either a disinfo-agent, a troll or just confused is disingenuous at best. I've called you out technically a number of times and you just turn to names and simple minded explanations on complex subjects. Maybe you are just simple minded, I don't know.
Yes, we did talk on the phone once but you mis-characterize that conversation. I offered to help you on a control project (I can't remember what you wanted to do now) and when we talked, I learned it was either not worth doing, not possible or not sensible. Either way, I was trying to say that tactfully when you informed me you were busy working on a car and didn't have time. You said you'd call or email back and then flaked out.
From here out, try to stick to what you know.
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