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Solar power that runs all day and all night

(4:34) Energy from concentrated solar thermal power (rather than solar cells) can produce power even when the sun is down. GemaSolar in Spain is the first concentrated solar thermal power plant to use molten salt storage technology to produce 24 hour power on an industrial scale.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1786 days ago)
Compared to oil fields in California, I know which I'd go for. LINK
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Compared to oil fields in California, I know which I'd go for. LINK
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Guest: (1786 days ago)
Makes you wonder why the Americans haven't gone down this road......
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Makes you wonder why the Americans haven't gone down this road......
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Guest: Bemum (1785 days ago)
Google "Ivanpah" LINK
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Google "Ivanpah" LINK
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Guest: Bedad (1785 days ago)
i think they're missing the molten salts thermal battery
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i think they're missing the molten salts thermal battery
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Guest: Bemum (1784 days ago)
Look at the "Annual generation" number (MW-h)
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Look at the "Annual generation" number (MW-h)
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1786 days ago)
Oil. There's still loads left worth trillions. But only if we keep buying. It's time to move away from oil en masse - not just energy but also materials like plastic. If the demand for petroleum products goes down, then there's less profit to be made and investments will move into other areas, like solar power. Caring about how we spend our money is the only real power we have, as long as we all join in.
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Oil. There's still loads left worth trillions. But only if we keep buying. It's time to move away from oil en masse - not just energy but also materials like plastic. If the demand for petroleum products goes down, then there's less profit to be made and investments will move into other areas, like solar power. Caring about how we spend our money is the only real power we have, as long as we all join in.
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Guest: (1786 days ago)
probably because its uneconomic and would risk turning the american economy into one on a par with spain
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probably because its uneconomic and would risk turning the american economy into one on a par with spain
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1786 days ago)
Never mind climate change, the cost of oil is huge if you consider the cost of Middle Eastern wars. Oil doesn't make America rich, it makes the Koch brothers obscenely rich.
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Never mind climate change, the cost of oil is huge if you consider the cost of Middle Eastern wars. Oil doesn't make America rich, it makes the Koch brothers obscenely rich.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1786 days ago)
I just found out a guy that does an electronic engineering blog that I follow installed his 3KWH system for $5,000. Not sure if that's AU or US dollars. Last estimate I got was for $30,000 US dollars so does anyone know where I can get a 3KWH system for $5,000 installed? I would do that without much hesitation if I could. Link to EEVBlog: LINK
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I just found out a guy that does an electronic engineering blog that I follow installed his 3KWH system for $5,000. Not sure if that's AU or US dollars. Last estimate I got was for $30,000 US dollars so does anyone know where I can get a 3KWH system for $5,000 installed? I would do that without much hesitation if I could. Link to EEVBlog: LINK
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Guest: (1785 days ago)
LINK , LINK and LINK .
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LINK , LINK and LINK .
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cengland0 cengland0 (1785 days ago)
Thanks for offering to help. First link says "starts at $7,800.00" so I assume that's for a very small unit and that exceeds the $5,000. They do not have an easy way to determine pricing without having a sales person contact you for high pressure sales. Second link says, "All of the 2013 rebate funds for this program have been reserved and the limited "standby list" is full" so no rebate money is available. Third link sells the components but I would want it installed. It's complicated when you need an inverter and need to supplement existing electricity and sell back excessive electricity. I believe a licensed contractor is the way to go. Again, thanks for offering to help. I'm still interested if you have any other companies in mind.
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Thanks for offering to help. First link says "starts at $7,800.00" so I assume that's for a very small unit and that exceeds the $5,000. They do not have an easy way to determine pricing without having a sales person contact you for high pressure sales. Second link says, "All of the 2013 rebate funds for this program have been reserved and the limited "standby list" is full" so no rebate money is available. Third link sells the components but I would want it installed. It's complicated when you need an inverter and need to supplement existing electricity and sell back excessive electricity. I believe a licensed contractor is the way to go. Again, thanks for offering to help. I'm still interested if you have any other companies in mind.
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Guest: (1785 days ago)
Electric rates have increased, on average, 6.7% each year for the last 15 years. This means that if you are currently spending $175 per month, next year your bill will likely average $186 per month, and in 10 years the same bill would be $287 per month. If inflation on electric rates continue at 6.7% for the next 30 years, you will have spent over $187,000 on electricity. Solar electric can help provide peace of mind from continually rising energy bills.
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Electric rates have increased, on average, 6.7% each year for the last 15 years. This means that if you are currently spending $175 per month, next year your bill will likely average $186 per month, and in 10 years the same bill would be $287 per month. If inflation on electric rates continue at 6.7% for the next 30 years, you will have spent over $187,000 on electricity. Solar electric can help provide peace of mind from continually rising energy bills.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1785 days ago)
I saw those figures in the article and I will have to dispute those. I've been in my current house for 20 years now so I've been here the last 15 years. If this was true, my electric bill 15 years ago would have been only $61.84 if it's currently $175. Perhaps I'm lucky because I belong to a co-oped electric company.
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I saw those figures in the article and I will have to dispute those. I've been in my current house for 20 years now so I've been here the last 15 years. If this was true, my electric bill 15 years ago would have been only $61.84 if it's currently $175. Perhaps I'm lucky because I belong to a co-oped electric company.
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Guest: (1785 days ago)
so how much money did you pay for electricity since 1990?make that 1998
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so how much money did you pay for electricity since 1990?make that 1998
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cengland0 cengland0 (1785 days ago)
It's over 20,000 I'm sure. The point is that I do not want to make such a large investment unless I can get my money back relatively soon. That's the problem with Solar Voltaic technology. It can take 15 to 30 years to break even but the majority of people live in their homes for an average of 5 years. I'm unusual in this case because I built this this house in 1994 but I would like the option of selling the house without taking a loss. So once I saw that a guy in Australia installed an upgraded version (said he could have paid $3,000 but upgraded his panels to LG brands and upgraded his inverter) for $5,000, that makes this a viable investment because I could break even in about 5 years. He was telling us that the cost of living in Sydney is extremely high. An average middle class house costs around $750,000 so it seems reasonable that citizens of the USA could get a similar installed unit for the same price or less.
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It's over 20,000 I'm sure. The point is that I do not want to make such a large investment unless I can get my money back relatively soon. That's the problem with Solar Voltaic technology. It can take 15 to 30 years to break even but the majority of people live in their homes for an average of 5 years. I'm unusual in this case because I built this this house in 1994 but I would like the option of selling the house without taking a loss. So once I saw that a guy in Australia installed an upgraded version (said he could have paid $3,000 but upgraded his panels to LG brands and upgraded his inverter) for $5,000, that makes this a viable investment because I could break even in about 5 years. He was telling us that the cost of living in Sydney is extremely high. An average middle class house costs around $750,000 so it seems reasonable that citizens of the USA could get a similar installed unit for the same price or less.
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Guest: (1785 days ago)
i understand that you are not willing to make a large investment but "Added Property Value: Homeowners can expect a reasonable increase in their homes resale value. An article in the Appraisal’s Journal showed that a home’s value increases $20,000 for every $1,000 saved in annual electricity which means most systems will have paid for themselves the moment the solar system is installed." I would like to add that 750 000$ for a house is rich folk territory in every country.
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i understand that you are not willing to make a large investment but "Added Property Value: Homeowners can expect a reasonable increase in their homes resale value. An article in the Appraisal’s Journal showed that a home’s value increases $20,000 for every $1,000 saved in annual electricity which means most systems will have paid for themselves the moment the solar system is installed." I would like to add that 750 000$ for a house is rich folk territory in every country.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1785 days ago)
Couple points. I was going by what someone told me that lives in Sydney but the facts backup his claim LINK . That site shows $650K is average house price for this same time last year. Regarding the increase in property value, i think you may have been misled. When you get an appraisal for a house, they look at the houses around you to get comps (comparable houses by size and location for recently sold properties). When you add on a feature that puts your house price way above the others in the area, you will never get that back. I wanted to build on a two story facility attached to the back of my house. It was going to cost around $100,000. With your concept, that would increase the value of my house but in reality it would either price me out of the market or would only add curb appeal and make it a bit easier to sell than a comp for the same price down the street. I was advised by the drafter and the builder that it was not a good idea to invest that much into this home because I would never get that money back. Their suggestion was to sell this house and buy a bigger one elsewhere. I do not want to do that because I'm friends with all my neighbors since we all built around the same time and the location is fantastic. So using this knowledge, I suspect if I spend $30,000 - $50,000 on a solar system and want to sell it later, I will not get that money back. It might be easier to sell the house than a similar size house down the street but that's about all. People invest large amounts in swimming pools all the time expecting to get their money back when they sell it. They rarely do.
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Couple points. I was going by what someone told me that lives in Sydney but the facts backup his claim LINK . That site shows $650K is average house price for this same time last year. Regarding the increase in property value, i think you may have been misled. When you get an appraisal for a house, they look at the houses around you to get comps (comparable houses by size and location for recently sold properties). When you add on a feature that puts your house price way above the others in the area, you will never get that back. I wanted to build on a two story facility attached to the back of my house. It was going to cost around $100,000. With your concept, that would increase the value of my house but in reality it would either price me out of the market or would only add curb appeal and make it a bit easier to sell than a comp for the same price down the street. I was advised by the drafter and the builder that it was not a good idea to invest that much into this home because I would never get that money back. Their suggestion was to sell this house and buy a bigger one elsewhere. I do not want to do that because I'm friends with all my neighbors since we all built around the same time and the location is fantastic. So using this knowledge, I suspect if I spend $30,000 - $50,000 on a solar system and want to sell it later, I will not get that money back. It might be easier to sell the house than a similar size house down the street but that's about all. People invest large amounts in swimming pools all the time expecting to get their money back when they sell it. They rarely do.
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Guest: (1785 days ago)
the choice is yours and you should do whatever you think it's best with your money, but every house that is over 250K is rich folk territory. Some would argue 150k-200k but i'll just say 250K. I would be interested in knowing what other Boreme Users think about the average price for a middle class house.
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the choice is yours and you should do whatever you think it's best with your money, but every house that is over 250K is rich folk territory. Some would argue 150k-200k but i'll just say 250K. I would be interested in knowing what other Boreme Users think about the average price for a middle class house.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1785 days ago)
Then what you're telling me is you believe most of the people that live in Sydney is rich?
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Then what you're telling me is you believe most of the people that live in Sydney is rich?
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1773 days ago)
you stupid codger! fu*K you and your bank! you lying thief!
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you stupid codger! fu*K you and your bank! you lying thief!
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Guest: Hope (1786 days ago)
Do it, world! It's time to move on :)
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Do it, world! It's time to move on :)
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Guest: Physics spotter (1770 days ago)
Latest comment: They are not producing power 24hrs/day, they only produce it when the Sun shines. The rest of it, salt storage is exactly that - storage. And not a very efficient storage either, it simply scales better for large volumes but the losses converting the energy twice more (at least!) are collosal. Speak of the waste an inefficiency, bah!
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Latest comment: They are not producing power 24hrs/day, they only produce it when the Sun shines. The rest of it, salt storage is exactly that - storage. And not a very efficient storage either, it simply scales better for large volumes but the losses converting the energy twice more (at least!) are collosal. Speak of the waste an inefficiency, bah!
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Guest: (1786 days ago)
Forward thinking from the Spanish but then, they can do that because they have sunnier weather than many other countries.
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Forward thinking from the Spanish but then, they can do that because they have sunnier weather than many other countries.
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danskal danskal (1786 days ago)
Did you know that germany has 4 times as much solar power (photovoltaic) as USA? And Germany is on the same latitude as central Canada (Edmonton, say). Oh yes, and Germany is doing very well economically, bailing the rest of europe out of the crisis.
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Did you know that germany has 4 times as much solar power (photovoltaic) as USA? And Germany is on the same latitude as central Canada (Edmonton, say). Oh yes, and Germany is doing very well economically, bailing the rest of europe out of the crisis.
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Guest: (1786 days ago)
mind you they are dumping solar and wind power cos it dont work, ask siemans
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mind you they are dumping solar and wind power cos it dont work, ask siemans
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1786 days ago)
You're right, Siemens are leaving the solar power market having lost $1 billion. But the reasons are not because solar or wind don't work. In fact, Siemens investments in wind actually make a profit. But in solar they misjudged. The video on the link explains how. It's quite interesting. LINK
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You're right, Siemens are leaving the solar power market having lost $1 billion. But the reasons are not because solar or wind don't work. In fact, Siemens investments in wind actually make a profit. But in solar they misjudged. The video on the link explains how. It's quite interesting. LINK
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Guest: (1785 days ago)
wind power is only profitable only because of the subsidies
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wind power is only profitable only because of the subsidies
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1785 days ago)
Oil also gets subsidies, and the cost of oil wars and climate change is paid by the tax payer, not the oil companies. It's disgusting.
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Oil also gets subsidies, and the cost of oil wars and climate change is paid by the tax payer, not the oil companies. It's disgusting.
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Guest: (1785 days ago)
not as much as wind power especially as they cant seem to build a windmill whose bearings dont have a tendancy to catch light every so often oh and dont you mean global warming except it appears to have stopped 15 or so years ago. Anyway who paid for for all that climate change that happened before humans existed ? Dont tell me you are one of those idiots who insist in that "garden of eden until humans come along" crap
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not as much as wind power especially as they cant seem to build a windmill whose bearings dont have a tendancy to catch light every so often oh and dont you mean global warming except it appears to have stopped 15 or so years ago. Anyway who paid for for all that climate change that happened before humans existed ? Dont tell me you are one of those idiots who insist in that "garden of eden until humans come along" crap
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1785 days ago)
wind power is a sound investment, on average you will get your money back after about 7 years and the windmills are designed to work for at least 25 years. The subsidies are there because people want to make a quick buck (GREED) and makes it possible for them to get their money back in 3 or 4 years instead of 7. YOU PIECE OF SH*T CO*K SUCKING BITCH! FU*K YOU AND YOUR MOTHER LINK
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wind power is a sound investment, on average you will get your money back after about 7 years and the windmills are designed to work for at least 25 years. The subsidies are there because people want to make a quick buck (GREED) and makes it possible for them to get their money back in 3 or 4 years instead of 7. YOU PIECE OF SH*T CO*K SUCKING BITCH! FU*K YOU AND YOUR MOTHER LINK
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Guest: (1785 days ago)
unfortunately the turbines keep wearing out and breaking down long before the 25 years , i wonder who is going to pay for that.
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unfortunately the turbines keep wearing out and breaking down long before the 25 years , i wonder who is going to pay for that.
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Guest: (1785 days ago)
Warranty, maintenance costs, every power station has them, every business has them. Someone will pay depending on the contract made between the investors and producers. your logic can also be applied to nuclear or coal power stations, and your logic is flawed. I'm guessing you probably think the subsidies are forever; we'll they're not, it depends on the legislation of every country. Typically, you'll get subsidized until you get your money back, and after that you reap what you sow.
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Warranty, maintenance costs, every power station has them, every business has them. Someone will pay depending on the contract made between the investors and producers. your logic can also be applied to nuclear or coal power stations, and your logic is flawed. I'm guessing you probably think the subsidies are forever; we'll they're not, it depends on the legislation of every country. Typically, you'll get subsidized until you get your money back, and after that you reap what you sow.
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Guest: (1784 days ago)
unfortunatly solar and wind powers maintenance costs were very underestimated, eg salt water effects on wind turbines .So many hidden costs makes for very very expensive power.
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unfortunatly solar and wind powers maintenance costs were very underestimated, eg salt water effects on wind turbines .So many hidden costs makes for very very expensive power.
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Guest: (1784 days ago)
i guess we should use shale gas instead of the molten salt battery Helios-stat. It's not like gas, shale gas or petrol use has hidden costs or anything.
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i guess we should use shale gas instead of the molten salt battery Helios-stat. It's not like gas, shale gas or petrol use has hidden costs or anything.
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Guest: (1784 days ago)
of course another consideration is the sheer physical scale of this solar plant, its a very large site for the small power it produces
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of course another consideration is the sheer physical scale of this solar plant, its a very large site for the small power it produces
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Guest: (1774 days ago)
i always find it amazing thet the agw econuts assume that the sun is so powerful that we are going to get all our energy needs from solar power and simultaneously dismiss the variation in solar output as the major source of climate change and then call people who point out this logical failure deniers
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i always find it amazing thet the agw econuts assume that the sun is so powerful that we are going to get all our energy needs from solar power and simultaneously dismiss the variation in solar output as the major source of climate change and then call people who point out this logical failure deniers
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1773 days ago)
that's because you're a fekin' idiot with a pile of dung for a brain: "In 2008, total worldwide energy consumption was 474 exajoules (132,000 TWh). This is equivalent to an average power use of 15 terawatts (2.0×1010 hp). The annual potential for renewable energy is: solar energy 1,575 EJ (438,000 TWh), wind power 640 EJ (180,000 TWh), geothermal energy 5,000 EJ (1,400,000 TWh), biomass 276 EJ (77,000 TWh), hydropower 50 EJ (14,000 TWh) and ocean energy 1 EJ (280 TWh). " LINK . Now go suck on your daddy's co*k you stupid c*nt!
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that's because you're a fekin' idiot with a pile of dung for a brain: "In 2008, total worldwide energy consumption was 474 exajoules (132,000 TWh). This is equivalent to an average power use of 15 terawatts (2.0×1010 hp). The annual potential for renewable energy is: solar energy 1,575 EJ (438,000 TWh), wind power 640 EJ (180,000 TWh), geothermal energy 5,000 EJ (1,400,000 TWh), biomass 276 EJ (77,000 TWh), hydropower 50 EJ (14,000 TWh) and ocean energy 1 EJ (280 TWh). " LINK . Now go suck on your daddy's co*k you stupid c*nt!
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Guest: (1773 days ago)
That assumes you know that the sun shines on the same spot 24 hours a day othewise we a we going to have to find a way of storing it, and we haven't got sufficient room for that or money,not to mention the danger of all that stored power. Alternately we could use an ingenious natural solution for storing solar power like oil gas and coal
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That assumes you know that the sun shines on the same spot 24 hours a day othewise we a we going to have to find a way of storing it, and we haven't got sufficient room for that or money,not to mention the danger of all that stored power. Alternately we could use an ingenious natural solution for storing solar power like oil gas and coal
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1773 days ago)
what are you? a fekin' prodigy 3 year old? what the fu*k is this fu*king video about? you fu*K! what did beamum comment on this? you fu*K! fu*K you! can you do some math? you stupid fu*K! look at the fekin' numbers in the fekin' comment above! you retarded piece of sheit! (& fu*k cengland0). Assuming the worldwide energy consumption in 2013 is 1000EJ renewable energy (you idiotic piece of sheit) has the potential to produce more than 8 times that amount, you dumb c*nt! you fekin' piece of sheit, FU*K YO FOR WASTING MY TIME WITH YOUR STUPIDITY! AND FU*K CENGLAND0 THE DUCK FU*KER! FU*K HIM AND HIS FANDOM! you fekin fraking propagandist!
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what are you? a fekin' prodigy 3 year old? what the fu*k is this fu*king video about? you fu*K! what did beamum comment on this? you fu*K! fu*K you! can you do some math? you stupid fu*K! look at the fekin' numbers in the fekin' comment above! you retarded piece of sheit! (& fu*k cengland0). Assuming the worldwide energy consumption in 2013 is 1000EJ renewable energy (you idiotic piece of sheit) has the potential to produce more than 8 times that amount, you dumb c*nt! you fekin' piece of sheit, FU*K YO FOR WASTING MY TIME WITH YOUR STUPIDITY! AND FU*K CENGLAND0 THE DUCK FU*KER! FU*K HIM AND HIS FANDOM! you fekin fraking propagandist!
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Guest: (1773 days ago)
numbers from solar and wind power projections are always massively over estimated, they are always plucked from some sort of fantasy perfect world model in order to sell to some gullable numerically illiterate politicians. are you so naive or thick you haven't worked that out yet ?, Haven't you noticed that no private money is invested into these schemes without guarenteed returns at taxpayers expense, and when the subsidies dry up, well the companies go bust, (except for course The directors who always seem to have been paying themselves massive "consultants fees etc "). Haven't you worked that out yet ?. I do hate seeing money being extorted from the poor
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numbers from solar and wind power projections are always massively over estimated, they are always plucked from some sort of fantasy perfect world model in order to sell to some gullable numerically illiterate politicians. are you so naive or thick you haven't worked that out yet ?, Haven't you noticed that no private money is invested into these schemes without guarenteed returns at taxpayers expense, and when the subsidies dry up, well the companies go bust, (except for course The directors who always seem to have been paying themselves massive "consultants fees etc "). Haven't you worked that out yet ?. I do hate seeing money being extorted from the poor
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1773 days ago)
you idiotic piece of sheit! cut 8 in half and you have 4 times as much energy than needed today, to say the least, you little fu*king snot eating right wing propagandist! cut that in half again and you have double the energy the world uses in one year and that's IF it's at 1000 EJ, which is not! you mathematically challenged, right wing piece of sheit! are you the same arsewhipe that licks cengland0's asshole all the time? you fu*king wank stain! you fu*King fracking propagandist! go FU*K YOURSELF UP THE ARSE WITH A CACTUS! 1000ej for 7 billion people, 2000ej for 14 billion, but it's not 1000ej a year, it's 474 in 2008,hell, make it 600 in 2013! but i was generous and i gave you 1000, you ridiculous retarded mathematically, statistically challenged shale gas propagandist ! FU*K YOU FOR WASTING MY TIME! YOU FU*KING CRETIN! GO GET DRUNK AND DANCE ON THE A1! you disgusting piece of sick sheit!
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you idiotic piece of sheit! cut 8 in half and you have 4 times as much energy than needed today, to say the least, you little fu*king snot eating right wing propagandist! cut that in half again and you have double the energy the world uses in one year and that's IF it's at 1000 EJ, which is not! you mathematically challenged, right wing piece of sheit! are you the same arsewhipe that licks cengland0's asshole all the time? you fu*king wank stain! you fu*King fracking propagandist! go FU*K YOURSELF UP THE ARSE WITH A CACTUS! 1000ej for 7 billion people, 2000ej for 14 billion, but it's not 1000ej a year, it's 474 in 2008,hell, make it 600 in 2013! but i was generous and i gave you 1000, you ridiculous retarded mathematically, statistically challenged shale gas propagandist ! FU*K YOU FOR WASTING MY TIME! YOU FU*KING CRETIN! GO GET DRUNK AND DANCE ON THE A1! you disgusting piece of sick sheit!
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Guest: (1773 days ago)
oh i see you wont work it out, gonna just carry on being a useful idiot.
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oh i see you wont work it out, gonna just carry on being a useful idiot.
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1773 days ago)
you fu*KING right wing, shale gas propagandist! FU*K YOU! I BET YOU'RE THAT C*NT that goes by the name "mad" when he's not being a pussy! ***** YOU YOU SHITHEADED IDIOT! AND FU*K YOUR BOYFRIEND CENGLAND0!
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you fu*KING right wing, shale gas propagandist! FU*K YOU! I BET YOU'RE THAT C*NT that goes by the name "mad" when he's not being a pussy! ***** YOU YOU SHITHEADED IDIOT! AND FU*K YOUR BOYFRIEND CENGLAND0!
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1773 days ago)
and when you say that you're gonna carry on being a useful idiot, you're just lying to yourself, you fu*K! you're not a useful idiot, you're just a plain old idiot who thinks he can cut it as a shale gas propagandist! fu*k you and cengland0! AHAHA HA HA! you illiterate, mathematically challenged, old fart! it sucks to be you, a 13 year old mind in the body of an old man! choose your words carefully next time, you stupid fu*K! tell your boyfriend cengland0 to go fu*k himself!
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and when you say that you're gonna carry on being a useful idiot, you're just lying to yourself, you fu*K! you're not a useful idiot, you're just a plain old idiot who thinks he can cut it as a shale gas propagandist! fu*k you and cengland0! AHAHA HA HA! you illiterate, mathematically challenged, old fart! it sucks to be you, a 13 year old mind in the body of an old man! choose your words carefully next time, you stupid fu*K! tell your boyfriend cengland0 to go fu*k himself!
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Guest: (1773 days ago)
you know theres more to maths than adding up and taking way, which seems to be about the limit of your ability
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you know theres more to maths than adding up and taking way, which seems to be about the limit of your ability
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1773 days ago)
it seems so to an illiterate old fart with a 13 year old mind and a cock the size of a 9 yo boy, such as yourself! you C*NT! does your mum know you like to blow cengland0? you fu*k! you stupid cock su*king fu*K! too chicken to choose a name and get the reputation you deserve? you cowardly fu*K!
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it seems so to an illiterate old fart with a 13 year old mind and a cock the size of a 9 yo boy, such as yourself! you C*NT! does your mum know you like to blow cengland0? you fu*k! you stupid cock su*king fu*K! too chicken to choose a name and get the reputation you deserve? you cowardly fu*K!
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Guest: (1773 days ago)
sorry my mistake, it seems you can divide by 2 too must have got a special star from teacher for learning that trick
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sorry my mistake, it seems you can divide by 2 too must have got a special star from teacher for learning that trick
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1773 days ago)
ha ha ha ha! nice comeback you illiterate fu*k! looks like you've made it a goal to prove you're actually 13! you little fu*K! now open up wide and suck on my cock!
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ha ha ha ha! nice comeback you illiterate fu*k! looks like you've made it a goal to prove you're actually 13! you little fu*K! now open up wide and suck on my cock!
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Guest: (1773 days ago)
how interesting, now can you demonstrate some higher level maths instead of resorting to the sort of stupid insults that most people grow out of at the age of 11
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how interesting, now can you demonstrate some higher level maths instead of resorting to the sort of stupid insults that most people grow out of at the age of 11
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1773 days ago)
you fu*k! ha ha ha! i must have touched a sensitive cord when i mention your shitty maths! ha ha ha ha! you stupid fu*k! now suck off cengfu*k as i shove it up your arse!
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you fu*k! ha ha ha! i must have touched a sensitive cord when i mention your shitty maths! ha ha ha ha! you stupid fu*k! now suck off cengfu*k as i shove it up your arse!
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Guest: (1773 days ago)
so no maths from you then. thought you were challenged mentally, now know for certain.
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so no maths from you then. thought you were challenged mentally, now know for certain.
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Guest: 0dnalgnec (1773 days ago)
a ha ha! you stupid fu*K! what is it with you and maths? other then the fact you suck at it! aha ha ha! you illiterate nameless cowardly c*nt! are all shale gas propagandists as dumb as you and cengland0? a ha ha! what a bunch of right wing, mathematically challenged losers! you measure your dick in centimeters because you think it's the average size that way! ha ha ha! you're so mathematically challenged you think your 8 cm dick is bigger than my 7 inch cock! a ha ha ha! you stupid c*nt! you suck at maths you fekin' idiot! and fu*k cengland0!
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a ha ha! you stupid fu*K! what is it with you and maths? other then the fact you suck at it! aha ha ha! you illiterate nameless cowardly c*nt! are all shale gas propagandists as dumb as you and cengland0? a ha ha! what a bunch of right wing, mathematically challenged losers! you measure your dick in centimeters because you think it's the average size that way! ha ha ha! you're so mathematically challenged you think your 8 cm dick is bigger than my 7 inch cock! a ha ha ha! you stupid c*nt! you suck at maths you fekin' idiot! and fu*k cengland0!
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