LENR vs Solar/Wind, and emerging Green Technologies.

  • UNREASONABLE People! Raise your heads and look at the stars! In the entire infinite and REASONABLE Universe there are no mechanical engines. Nevertheless, all the planets and stars move! Only man, who is still unwise, invents various mechanical engines on Earth. It is time to become smarter and make an unambiguous fundamental conclusion: In our NON-MECHANICAL World, a cold nuclear fusion generator LENR, an electric current generator and any mechanical engine invented by man are in a fundamental PHYSICAL sense the same thing, they are equivalent and IDENTICAL!

  • It’s the Nuclear Regulation, Stupid Revisiting Lovering, Yip, and Nordhaus, 2016


    It’s not that surprising, I suppose, that both pro-nuclear and anti-nuclear progressives are in full agreement that the current nuclear regulatory regime is necessary and requires no substantial reform. But the result of that shared and underlying ideological commitment is that it has turned the usual orientation of nuclear supporters and opponents toward the cost of regulation on its head. In the upside down world of progressive nuclear politics, the advocates argue that nuclear regulation hasn’t appreciably increased the cost of nuclear while the opponents argue that it has.


    How did this happen? The origins of this strange inversion date to a time when progressives of virtually all stripes opposed nuclear energy. Progressive opponents of nuclear energy argued that the technology could not be utilized both safely and cheaply. Rather, they claimed that nuclear energy was inherently expensive because it was inherently unsafe. The increasing cost of nuclear energy over the last 50 years was a function of increasingly strict regulations that were necessary to assure safe operation. Nuclear energy was a dangerous and unnecessary technology that was rightly being regulated into economic obsolescence....continues.


    It’s the Nuclear Regulation, Stupid
    Revisiting Lovering, Yip, and Nordhaus, 2016
    thebreakthroughjournal.substack.com


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  • Thank you axil for your fresh wind :)

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  • Jan Penfrat (@[email protected])
    So wow: controlled tests of Europe's oldest #solarpanels show that even after 40+ years of service, they continue to produce around 80% of their original power…
    eupolicy.social


    Photovoltaikanlage in Frankreich: Nach 30 Jahren 79,5 Prozent Restleistung
    Eine 31 Jahre alte Photovoltaikanlage in Frankreich wurde auf ihre Leistung getestet und bestätigt die Versprechen der Hersteller.
    www.heise.de

    "The most misleading assumptions are the ones you don't even know you're making" - Douglas Adams

  • Quoting from above:


    "So wow: controlled tests of Europe's oldest #solarpanels show that even after 40+ years of service, they continue to produce around 80% of their original power output."


    Wow, indeed! That is very surprising. It is contrary to everything experts were saying 40 years ago, and even 20 years ago. I wonder how well today's solar panels will work in 40 years?

  • Wow, indeed! That is very surprising. It is contrary to everything experts were saying 40 years ago, and even 20 years ago. I wonder how well today's solar panels will work in 40 years?

    A reminder of this post:



    Back when I was thinking about buying a few second-hand panels, to put on my shed roof, I looked a bit deeper into the life of PV. It seems that nobody really knows what the useful life of the PV elements actually is - and many panels have been operating, continuously, since the 1970s - just as long as they have been well cared for.


    However airborne dirt, moisture ingress, extreme weather events, and corrosion seem to be the main life-limiting factors for an installed panel.

    "The most misleading assumptions are the ones you don't even know you're making" - Douglas Adams

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  • Technical question . In case of Li fire, is CO2 ice advisable ? Just sand ?
    It looks like metal fire ?

    “Only puny secrets need keeping. The biggest secrets are kept by public incredulity.” (Marshall McLuhan)
    twitter @alain_co

  • Technical question . In case of Li fire, is CO2 ice advisable ? Just sand ?
    It looks like metal fire ?

    For a lithium battery fire the best thing to do is run if it is bicycle battery sized or bigger. If it's a laptop throw it out of the window if possible- You can blanket it with sand but you might need a lot of sand. CO2 would work, but only while you have CO2 handy.

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