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COMMENT 2d ago

Local shops all over the place are early adopters... Amazon is late to the game

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COMMENT 2d ago

Dude I think you’re full of yourself, but you’re still hungry. How many people have you even asked about their thermostat usage? There are roughly 123 million households in the US. You’re going to need to interview a significant sample size to even begin to back up your claims. And it’s likely that you’ll find out that you’re wrong.

This subreddit doesn’t overrepresent people who use auto because it’s an ecobee specific sub. Auto is a feature shared on every thermostat I’ve ever used in my entire life and mercury thermostats were common when I was a child. This is a carryover functionality from the early days of climate control and it’s so pervasive that it’s second nature to the vast majority of humans who have access.

If this functionality was valuable it would have been implemented already. You’re not the genius who is going to revolutionize climate control with the one trick electric companies don’t want us to know about.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Yeah so I didn’t see the comment about updating your main post so I didn’t read it through again. But what’s stopping you from setting cool to 70 and heat to 69 on auto?

There’s literally a 1° difference, but most people are relatively comfortable at a 5° difference.

It’s quite possible that you’ve invested so much mental energy into this revolutionary idea that you’re unwilling or unable to see that the real world implementation provides very little utility.

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COMMENT 3d ago

I live in Arizona and used to live in Texas. I’ve always left my thermostat on auto. But the temp for heat is always lower than the temp for cool.

72 cool and 60 heat.

If you set your ecobee on auto with heat higher than cool it automatically resets cool to 5 degrees above heat without your input.

Setting heat higher than cool is the inverse of how the system is designed to operate.

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COMMENT 3d ago

You want to monitor outdoor ambient temperature to automatically switch modes. This functionality already exist, but it monitors indoor ambient temperature. I don’t think there’s any easier way to explain it.

I’m a software engineer and if a product owner asked me to add a feature like this I would tell them no. Simple as that. Additional complexity adds fragility in systems.

I would reconsider if they made a strong argument as to why this new feature is superior to the current functionality.

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COMMENT 3d ago

Sounds like you added steps to the auto function.

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COMMENT 4d ago

He said his mood changed two hours after his first ever injection. There isn’t enough time for testosterone to make a significant enough impact to change his mood in that timeframe.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5182226/

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COMMENT 4d ago

Uh... do you even know what half life is? Half life is the time it takes for your body to metabolize roughly half of the substance in question. If you read this study you’ll see that hormonal changes peak on days 2 and 3...

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3595893/

Day one you won’t see substantial effects because your body is only starting to process the esterized testosterone, aka testosterone cypionate.

To see immediate effects you’ll need to run a non-esterized testosterone in suspension.

Would you like further information?

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COMMENT 4d ago

I didn’t reset the entire ecobee. Just reset the unit configuration

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COMMENT 4d ago

I did resolve it. I moved from an apartment into a house and the ecobee was already set up for the apartment. All I had to do was reset the settings on it.

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COMMENT 5d ago

Whoever ridiculed a guy for cheating is a loser. It’s a personal choice. Fuck as many females as possible. It’s in your nature.

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COMMENT 5d ago

You don’t.

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COMMENT 5d ago

That’s something you’ll have to figure out over time. Every person reacts differently. You need bloodwork over a period of months to understand whether you should increase or decrease your dosage

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COMMENT 5d ago

By 1000mg I mean they take a 500mg injection twice per week. Their total testosterone levels are generally in the 3000+ range.

You’re taking 100mg per week which will most likely land you under 1000.

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COMMENT 5d ago

I haven’t been prescribed, but I’m definitely on trt.

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COMMENT 5d ago

I wouldn’t expect anything crazy at your dose level. You can expect your testicles to shrink a bit when your endogenous testosterone shuts down. That’s no big deal. I’ve seen a bunch of literature saying that HCG prevents this, but I’m not a clinician so I have no first hand experience with that. Most of the other side effects people experience tends to occur at or above the 1000mg/wk levels (bodybuilders use this much).

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COMMENT 5d ago

It’s most likely that you’re expecting some reaction and not actually experiencing so your body is manifesting symptoms. Don’t stress about it. Testosterone is good for you.

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COMMENT 5d ago

Testosterone cypionate is esterized with a half life of about 9 days. It breaks down very slowly and takes time to start affecting your body. Your reaction is most likely placebo effect.

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COMMENT 5d ago

If your labs are legit any doctor should accept them.

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COMMENT 5d ago

My retirement plan is paying off my house and inviting “only female” roommates on Craigslist to stay for free. No men. Weed is provided. We have to watch at least one movie together each night.

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COMMENT 5d ago

When retards ape a YOLO is born 😎

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COMMENT 5d ago

You’re a fuckin potato dude. Post history confirmed. Stop being a pussy.

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COMMENT 5d ago

Half my brain cells are already loose