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Well if the ice was created outside of the room, and cold ice took heat out of the rooms air, there would be cooling without violating the law of conservation of energy. If it could be powered by a solar panel as another suggestion in the comments, then light that would be falling on a surface and generating heat would be converted to the electricity.I think a better name woud be Mini Swamp Cooler, as that is what has been engineered here. It woud be interesting to know the time that one charge of ice lasts in the cooler at a specific room temprature.
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