“It’s like you have two different sets of eyes,” Mr. Guggenheim said.
“And if you see something, you can’t be too far away from it.
If you see a thing, you have to get close to it.
It’s like a double blind.”
The mythbusters myth-busters water-heater water heater from the 1960s has been a fixture of the home for nearly a decade.
It is powered by an air compressor that produces a stream of steam that can cool the home’s water supply.
But the mythbusters, which were founded in 2002 by Emmy Award-winning host Jeff Goldblum, have yet to answer the question of why it’s not working, and the only answers offered so far have been vague and vague.
The mythbusting team has come up with some theories, including that the water supply is contaminated, that the air compressor is faulty, or that the heat is too high, Mr. Goldblums team has said.
But there is no way to know for sure, Mr, Gugginheim said, “and there’s no way we can prove it’s wrong.
We can only test it.”
The team also has no idea what the problem is, Mr Goldblumn said.
We just need to find out what we think it is, and test it to make sure it’s working.
It may be that this is not a problem with the water in the home, or it could be that the supply is leaking or the air is not flowing as it should, he said.
In any case, it’s a mystery, Mr Guggiems said.