Zoom they cannot but some sort of increased detail fixation. This would be the looking deeper or more closely, I do not know whether it's memory or brain allocation to one part of the retina sort of tunnel vision.
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Is that considered dirty or natural. All this washing can't be doing us any good, its against nature!Go read about it if you don't believe me. Water was considered unsafe for a long period of time in northern europe.You didnít read my quote; it was your comment about dirty people, not dirty water.
Have you ever tried to lift a 3 x 100 mm diameter cable to plug it in to a car? it weighs about 230 kg per meter and a 10m length (in case you have parked the car the wrong way round to the pavement in a one-way street) will cost you about £20,000. You need to derate it to prevent core overheating, but I grant you it will carry around 32 MW for a short period - almost as long as it will take someone to saw it off for scrap.I have no belief that the health and safety people will let anyone near 80000 amps AC. Whether you can make a battery to take 80000 amps at 500v is another question
Wikipedia reportsYet they developed the h bomb, salted bomb, neutron bomb as well as developing numerous chain reaction pathways from various substances in an array of different configurations in such a small amount of time. It's just a shame the thorium reactor doesn't produce anying useful for nuclear weapons.QuoteCurrently two reactors are under construction in the Gobi desert, with completion expected in 2020. China expects to put thorium reactors into commercial use by 2030.
There being vast quantities of thorium sand in the world (particularly in India), and the fission products being somewhat less obnoxious than those of uranium 235, it's an excellent proposition, but the technology is a bit more complicated and expensive than a uranium reactor, hence the slow progress to date.
A standard fuel pump delivers 1 liter per second of petrol or diesel. At 40 mJ per liter that's 40 MW in my book. If you are in a hurry you can go to the HGV lane where the pumps run at 80 MW but the nozzle may not fit. Aircraft refuel at 20 - 40 liters/second - not sure if you can get a 20 minute turnround with an electric plane!50mmx50mmx pi x 10amps/mm2 = 80,000ish
At 20cm we could just landfill all the area with our rubbish and we'd be safe for centuries!The human population continues to rise most rapidly in flood-prone, low-lying coastal zones at the same time as sea levels are increasing.
We'll build walls, to keep the sea away. Do you think we can't do that?
That would be quite a wall. A wall that we could not afford to be broken. It would be an awfully big risk with disastrous consequences if it were ever breached.
In order to compete with liquid fuel for convenience, a car needs to recharge at 40 MW and have a "tank" capacity of at least 2GJ. Anything less, and it becomes an encumbrance.As I've said elsewhere, the government make an excess over tax of around 60p a litre on vehicle fuel and 100 pounds plus on most cars road tax. If you pay the 30,000 plus for an EV at present this is offset by tax breaks and fuel savings, when the EVs become the majority HMs treasury will have to find the cash from other sources.
If it uses the same fuel as an "essential" process like cooking and lighting, the supply must be differentiated and separately taxed. If not, either the Treasury will lose billions, or you will have to tax domestic electricity or gas at 300% of the cost of production.
A higher metabolic rate is the product of higher fitness, which is in turn a product of exercise. Your body doesn't burn energy needlessly, because that would reduce it's survival ability.Ok, you are correct. I am wrong. There is nothing you can do. Put them out to pasture and wait for doomsday.
CFS patients are chronically fatigued and unable to sustain activity, anything that amounts to an improvement in their lot also amounts to an improvement in fitness.
Cardiovascular exercise to what end?Simply raising the metabolism and circulation . Why do your feet go cold when you are stationary yet are warm when you do sustained exersise.
But the point I'm getting at is that I think you'll find that the amount of exercise required to improve their fitness is greater than the amount of exercise that makes their condition worse. They're in a catch-22. Your point of view is precisely what's been driving clinicians for years, as normally exercise is the obvious way to improve fitness and energy levels, but NICE has now advised against it because history is littered with patients who have been made worse by it. I think they've had an exasperating time trying to get anyone to listen to them.I did not say improve fitness, I said cardiovascular exersise.
Fast chargingThat sounds like you should start a seperate thread entitled "what qualities should you desire in an electric car.
Forecourt fast chargers are charging up to 45p per kWh - about 9.5 p per mile.That sounds like it it commercially balanced. You would have to take 20 percent tax from that, so 7.6p
The human population continues to rise most rapidly in flood-prone, low-lying coastal zones at the same time as sea levels are increasing.Speed of sea level change - 20 cm per century.
Yes they are jolly and thanks for the info. Do they grow this one in chicken eggs too?Would it have been quicker?
Would it have been faster?
Arnt they the same question? The mRNA and Chinese vaccines all started trials at more or less the same time, its apparently cheaper to produce mRNA vaccine but atleast for the current vaccines doent appear to be any quicker.
I was thinking of the battery really lalan, it seems to account for about 50 percent of embodied carbon. Being lithium, poking around in a car battery will not end happily.it is unclear what the recycled co2 footprint would be though if made from recycled materialsThere is already a fair bit of scrap in every car. But it's worth considering whether re-grinding a crankshaft and valve seats emits more CO2 than melting the entire engine and re-casting it as an electric motor frame. I think not. Definitely worth a visit to Malta or Cuba to see just how long an ICE vehicle can be made to last with a bit of cannibalisation and binder twine.