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Rick H Parker

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"thanks to dry air here in summer"

Low humidity, if water where not an issue, I would suggest evaporation cooling.

"40 to 50 degree differences between noon and midnight."

Possible to do the inverse of solar heating .

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Radiant cooling. GOM has done well with it. I wish I could make it work here.

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"Radiant cooling. GOM has done well with it. I wish I could make it work here."

With a 40 to 50 degrees difference it does not need to be Radiant cooling, Thermal cooling will do.
You got anything out there that could be used as a thermal heat sink? Creek, pond old well .. ect.

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