The laws of physics leave me cold - so I seek help from the wise on here. Here’s the beef:
Our fridge is right by a window. From 10am - 1pm the sun shines through that window, and partially shines on the fridge door. ATMW (according to my wife…), this will cause the food in the fridge to go off faster, particularly in summer. Plus, opening and closing the fridge door allows that pesky sunlight to enter the fridge and cause further food damage.
ATMW, the same is true even if it is a cloudy day, as those food-rotting UV rays still shine through.
Does my beloved have a point here ? We argued bitterly this morning, but i’m willing to be very humble if she is right. I have found this re energy usage, which I do understand: