Do black globes work? New replication paper published in Energy and Buildings!

Our paper led by Hongshan Guo with co-authoers Eric Teitelbaum, Nicholas Houchois, Michael Bozlar, and Forrest Meggers is out this month:

We present a critical look at the advent of the black globe thermometer in the 1930’s by Bedford and Warner in the context of biophysiological research at the time by them and others. In addition we present new results analyzing the validity of the technique that remains common practice today. We show that it is limited spatially, temporally and materially in ways not appreciated fully by many researchers.