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#137 - fefe (03/21/2015) [-]
And Alexander Hamilton on the $10 (he was the first Secretary of the Treasury, so he also gets a free pass)
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|#117 - That was my bad I dont know much on the way of wave turbines||09/28/2014 on DYK Comp #72||0|
|#108 - The testing for these is about to begin at the end of the year [+] (1 new reply)||09/27/2014 on DYK Comp #72||0|
|#106 - Battery Banks they are in the works in developing them to work… [+] (3 new replies)||09/27/2014 on DYK Comp #72||0|
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#120 - rainbowrush (09/29/2014) [-]
Consistency is a non issue. At the very lowest, in countries like Denmark, it's still a shit ton, and energy is sold and bought between countries daily.
Water is of course more reliable, but not exploitable in countries like Denmark, and not as easy to find spots for.
Just covering a small part of the Sahara Dessert with solar panels would fill the worlds power demands.
Several substances can be used as isolation to reduce the cost of heating and lighting by as much as 80%.
Placing mats that creates electricity when stepped on in stairs in schools produce an enormous amounts of power.
I've also heard about algae in walls doing something, but I don't actually know anything about that.
Implementing all of this in houses, and especially schools, hospitals, etc.. will make power from windmills more than sufficient for our power needs.
Some of the materials are expensive, at this moment (getting cheaper and cheaper). It is also hard to impliment cause of old systems, and people who benefit from fossil fuel demons. The US relies heavily on coal power, and a lot of people would stop making billions if we went green, so it'll take a while.
|#103 - I have had first hand experience in this unlike oil, wind take… [+] (2 new replies)||09/27/2014 on DYK Comp #72||0|
|#102 - I have been working in the wind field for the last 5 years now… [+] (1 new reply)||09/27/2014 on DYK Comp #72||0|
#110 - captainrattrap (09/28/2014) [-]
Okay, well darwinism considered, you need a slow integration of environmental change in order to have animals adapt. The concerns I heard voiced on the broadcast were in regard to local populations being killed by the solar farms, as well as losing nesting grounds. I'm not a ornithologist, and wind energy is good. But we have to be selective in our use of it.
|#72 - Sorry That wrong what you say [+] (4 new replies)||09/27/2014 on DYK Comp #72||0|