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    MetLife Stadium gets solar panels



    Those things are going to be one giant drip edge in the rain and with melting snow. Anybody who sits up there close to them is going to get water on their heads.

    Though they might provide some nice shade on the sunnier days.

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    good for them. All stadiums should have them

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    That's great stuff. GOING GREEN! ugh I just puked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepc View Post


    Those things are going to be one giant drip edge in the rain and with melting snow. Anybody who sits up there close to them is going to get water on their heads.

    Though they might provide some nice shade on the sunnier days.
    that stadium is already ridiculously designed with the lighting array which over hangs the upper deck which drips on the the last several rows of fans. The engineering on that was a failure. Who the hell approved that????
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    It wasent any better in Giants stadium. I sat under the lights and has to deal with icicles and snowmelt drips. It was unpleasant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepc View Post


    Those things are going to be one giant drip edge in the rain and with melting snow. Anybody who sits up there close to them is going to get water on their heads.

    Though they might provide some nice shade on the sunnier days.
    I have to ask, what is the difference if the precipitation falls on the fans directly or bounces off the solar panels?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    I have to ask, what is the difference if the precipitation falls on the fans directly or bounces off the solar panels?
    Your right RF, but I bet you those "solar" panels can't produce one of these:


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    Quote Originally Posted by jomo View Post
    your right rf, but i bet you those "solar" panels can't produce one of these:


    'omg it's a double rainbow!! That is so intense, hahaha wow yeahhh!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jomo View Post
    your right rf, but i bet you those "solar" panels can't produce one of these:


    what does it mean??!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    what does it mean??!!
    Two pots of gold????? Anyway the rainbows are beautiful.

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