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  • Hannah Kim

    It's really interesting that it's so easy to change people's habits- a simple sign that takes very little time and money to create made such a drastic change. Changing people's habits and attitudes can cause HUGE change and also make change less painful.

  • Andrew Shea

    @Yasha. I'm glad to hear this! Yeah, I'm amazed by how automated we've become. I'm hoping that you're not the only person who uses revolving doors more!

  • Andrew Shea

    @LAM. That could be a good offshoot of this experiment. I'm not sure what the answer is but I'm guessing your guess is a good one.

  • LAM

    Interesting perspective. I wonder how energy savings of revolving doors compare to the standard airlocks that are used in many cold climate locations. Probably not 18 times, i'm guessing.

  • Yasha Wallin

    Nice. I've never thought about revolving vs. swinging doors in regards to energy. I'll be using the revolving doors—even though I don't like them as much—from now on.