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#30 - The problem is renewable energy is so far behind the alternati…  [+] (4 replies) 08/30/2013 on Kevin Rudd, PM of... +4
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#47 - ilikefruits (08/30/2013) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvsFWUo2iIw I think you'll like this video
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#35 - reginleif (08/30/2013) [-]
I agree, and even though I also agree with the concept of the government not picking winners and losers I stand for an exception on renewables.

If we were simply talking about a resource that had no outside effect on others and was limitless then sure we ought to let the markets prevail.... but resources aren't limitless and some pollute very much.

So i'd be in favor of havng renewables subsidized. (Knowing full well they aren't going to cover everything)
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#31 - heartlessrobot (08/30/2013) [-]
Well, except for the radioactive waste.
Which, by the way, they can reuse, but people aren't allowing the technology to be developed because it can also turn a nuclear power plant into a nuclear bomb.
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#32 - volleys (08/30/2013) [-]
Actually politics screwed that concept. In the 1970's Jimmy Carter enacted the law that wouldn't allow the reuse of nuclear material, instead we have to keep it in careful storage. Engineers already know how to reuse it effectively, France does it quite well. We use less than 2% of the energy contained in the cores, which provides roughly 18 months of energy (depending on the load of power). The nuclear bomb thing is completely false (yes nuclear power can leak radiation in vary rare circumstances, but will not explode). A nuke uses over 99% pure enriched Uranium, whereas a nuclear power plant uses 4% pure uranium. Not to mention a nuke is uncontrolled fission, where nuclear energy is controlled.
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#44 - It's still very popular yes, but only because people milk it f…  [+] (4 replies) 08/30/2013 on mr. Freud -2
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#80 - enkmaster (08/30/2013) [-]

Its your subconscious that makes your dreams. People who are capable of Lucid Dreaming (such as myself) are sometimes capable of communicating with their subconscious. Not a conversation with it, mind you. Just asking questions about yourself. What your nightmare means and such.
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#107 - volleys (08/30/2013) [-]
It doesn't exist. Dreaming is brought on by regular, reduced brain activity. Research it.
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#48 - hockeykicksass (08/30/2013) [-]
subconscious does very well exist it might not be as you think of, for example you leave your house and you feel like your forgot something and then you realizes that you left your keys in the house, your subconscious is responsible for that feeling its more of an instinct then anything, for psychoanalytical therapy it might not be as effective as cognitive behavioral therapy it can still be used and work, in the theory the subconscious is more biological drives not all behavior, the theory today more focus on early childhood affect on a person, which in some case has support, such as attachment theory.
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#108 - volleys (08/30/2013) [-]
That is not your subconscious. That is regular memory/forgetting.