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Doing an interesting job here in Saudi Arabia. My job is to build a mock up of old insulation technology vs. new technology in a showcase house setting. Our room is like a museum with displays and our display is being built on site (concrete blocks, styrofoam forms, mixed concrete pours), This house is built with solar technology. What's weird (everything is weird here) is that in the attic where all of the piping and mechanical is, nothing is quite straight, none of the soldier joints are black instead of shiny, pex is grey, and there are pipe connectors that I have never seen before. Even the electrical conduit when running side by side and makes a bend, none of the bends match each other. Typical here though. I am used to spending countless hours in television studios in NYC where electrical and plumbing unions do perfect installs and their piping is art. Anyway, you'd think solar would dominate a land where clouds pretty much don't exist. Oh, I forgot, there's this black stuff under the sand...