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#185 - They may last longer but they are very expensive to build. The…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/30/2014 on Congressman Joe Barton:... 0
User avatar #187 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
Ya, solar and wind for any decent sized population would take up a shitload of space. Where all the space is here is called fucking tornado alley. Thorium is actually pretty cost effective, that's why everyone is going on about it. Nuclear produces a huge amount of time and is operational for a long time, more than makes up for cost, we'll see how solar and wind stations hold up after 10-15 years, lol.

>Biggest joke of the year
>Solar roads
pick two
Many laughs were had at the expense of retarded hipsters.
User avatar #188 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
*huge amount of energy
#182 - I did not know that, but you cannot ignore the fact that wide …  [+] (4 new replies) 08/30/2014 on Congressman Joe Barton:... 0
User avatar #183 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
Not really, nuclear facilities last longer and produce more energy, while doing near negligible damage to the environment, baring melt downs. While solar and wind take up way to much space for what they produce, even if you could store it. As well as being severely susceptible to breaking down, requiring near constant maintenance.
#185 - slesbian (08/30/2014) [-]
They may last longer but they are very expensive to build. They really do not take up such a huge amount of space and the beauty of story the energy is that you do not need as many.
User avatar #187 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
Ya, solar and wind for any decent sized population would take up a shitload of space. Where all the space is here is called fucking tornado alley. Thorium is actually pretty cost effective, that's why everyone is going on about it. Nuclear produces a huge amount of time and is operational for a long time, more than makes up for cost, we'll see how solar and wind stations hold up after 10-15 years, lol.

>Biggest joke of the year
>Solar roads
pick two
Many laughs were had at the expense of retarded hipsters.
User avatar #188 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
*huge amount of energy
#178 - Pollution from making them? That is far far far less than the …  [+] (6 new replies) 08/30/2014 on Congressman Joe Barton:... 0
User avatar #179 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
"To quantify this in terms of environmental damages, consider that mining one ton of rare earth minerals produces about one ton of radioactive waste, according to the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security. In 2012, the U.S. added a record 13,131 MW of wind generating capacity. That means that between 4.9 million pounds (using MIT’s estimate) and 6.1 million pounds (using the Bulletin of Atomic Science’s estimate) of rare earths were used in wind turbines installed in 2012. It also means that between 4.9 million and 6.1 million pounds of radioactive waste were created to make these wind turbines.

For perspective, America’s nuclear industry produces between 4.4 million and 5 million pounds of spent nuclear fuel each year. That means the U.S. wind industry may well have created more radioactive waste last year than our entire nuclear industry produced in spent fuel. In this sense, the nuclear industry seems to be doing more with less: nuclear energy comprised about one-fifth of America’s electrical generation in 2012, while wind accounted for just 3.5 percent of all electricity generated in the United States."

instituteforenergyresearch.org/analysis/big-winds-dirty-little-secret-rare-earth-minerals/
#182 - slesbian (08/30/2014) [-]
I did not know that, but you cannot ignore the fact that wide spread use of nuclear energy does have some very serious long term implications. With an energy storage system, wind and solar become far more viable and nuclear and coal/gas/oil power plants become far more efficient.
User avatar #183 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
Not really, nuclear facilities last longer and produce more energy, while doing near negligible damage to the environment, baring melt downs. While solar and wind take up way to much space for what they produce, even if you could store it. As well as being severely susceptible to breaking down, requiring near constant maintenance.
#185 - slesbian (08/30/2014) [-]
They may last longer but they are very expensive to build. They really do not take up such a huge amount of space and the beauty of story the energy is that you do not need as many.
User avatar #187 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
Ya, solar and wind for any decent sized population would take up a shitload of space. Where all the space is here is called fucking tornado alley. Thorium is actually pretty cost effective, that's why everyone is going on about it. Nuclear produces a huge amount of time and is operational for a long time, more than makes up for cost, we'll see how solar and wind stations hold up after 10-15 years, lol.

>Biggest joke of the year
>Solar roads
pick two
Many laughs were had at the expense of retarded hipsters.
User avatar #188 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
*huge amount of energy
#175 - There is only 1 problem with wind turbines ATM and that is tha…  [+] (8 new replies) 08/30/2014 on Congressman Joe Barton:... 0
User avatar #176 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
..and the pollution/ maintenance requirements.
#178 - slesbian (08/30/2014) [-]
Pollution from making them? That is far far far less than the resources that go into a nuclear power plant. Not to mention the radioactive waste that is left after the power plant is finished with it. Nuclear is a good solution, but its not the only one.
User avatar #179 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
"To quantify this in terms of environmental damages, consider that mining one ton of rare earth minerals produces about one ton of radioactive waste, according to the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security. In 2012, the U.S. added a record 13,131 MW of wind generating capacity. That means that between 4.9 million pounds (using MIT’s estimate) and 6.1 million pounds (using the Bulletin of Atomic Science’s estimate) of rare earths were used in wind turbines installed in 2012. It also means that between 4.9 million and 6.1 million pounds of radioactive waste were created to make these wind turbines.

For perspective, America’s nuclear industry produces between 4.4 million and 5 million pounds of spent nuclear fuel each year. That means the U.S. wind industry may well have created more radioactive waste last year than our entire nuclear industry produced in spent fuel. In this sense, the nuclear industry seems to be doing more with less: nuclear energy comprised about one-fifth of America’s electrical generation in 2012, while wind accounted for just 3.5 percent of all electricity generated in the United States."

instituteforenergyresearch.org/analysis/big-winds-dirty-little-secret-rare-earth-minerals/
#182 - slesbian (08/30/2014) [-]
I did not know that, but you cannot ignore the fact that wide spread use of nuclear energy does have some very serious long term implications. With an energy storage system, wind and solar become far more viable and nuclear and coal/gas/oil power plants become far more efficient.
User avatar #183 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
Not really, nuclear facilities last longer and produce more energy, while doing near negligible damage to the environment, baring melt downs. While solar and wind take up way to much space for what they produce, even if you could store it. As well as being severely susceptible to breaking down, requiring near constant maintenance.
#185 - slesbian (08/30/2014) [-]
They may last longer but they are very expensive to build. They really do not take up such a huge amount of space and the beauty of story the energy is that you do not need as many.
User avatar #187 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
Ya, solar and wind for any decent sized population would take up a shitload of space. Where all the space is here is called fucking tornado alley. Thorium is actually pretty cost effective, that's why everyone is going on about it. Nuclear produces a huge amount of time and is operational for a long time, more than makes up for cost, we'll see how solar and wind stations hold up after 10-15 years, lol.

>Biggest joke of the year
>Solar roads
pick two
Many laughs were had at the expense of retarded hipsters.
User avatar #188 - tealcanaan (08/30/2014) [-]
*huge amount of energy
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