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          Albert Einstein worked with a former student of his in physics to invent and patent a refrigerator and several models between 1926 and 1933. This refrigerator was a green appliance before sustainability was even imagined in Industrialized Society. 

Einstein’s Refrigerator Patent – Green and Sustainable for Today

The absorption type refrigerator is perfect for sustainability and for the poor and third world countries that have few resources. It requires only some small form of heat source like a small gas or propane burner.  New models considered for the market in the 2010s may, in fact, operate on solar power. Einstein was a practical man, as well as a recognized theoretician.


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