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Posted by jenneylist on July 16, 2009, 12:55 pm
How Much Do Solar Panels Cost, Really?

Posted by vaughn on July 16, 2009, 1:17 pm

   I don't know.  Why don't you go price them and get back with us? ( I have
no interest in adding clicks to your spam site.)


Posted by Morris Dovey on July 16, 2009, 1:49 pm
 jenneylist wrote:

<link removed>

Thanks for not spamming news:alt.solar.photovoltaic :)

Mine are comfortably less than US$/Watt - complete, totally
self-contained, and ready to install.

[ Feeling like a troll this morning ;) ]

Morris Dovey
DeSoto Solar
DeSoto, Iowa USA

Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on July 16, 2009, 2:02 pm
 On Thu, 16 Jul 2009 05:55:59 -0700 (PDT), jenneylist

That's easily one of the most useless solar power articles I've ever
read. Amongst other foolishness it mentions amperage without stating
voltage, a classic quack mistake. Which isn't very surprising
considering that the article and the entire silly blog's main purpose
is to promote the long-debunked earth-4-energy scam.

That worthless article is a whole page long but can't even manage to
answer the simple question it poses. In fact, the answer really only
requires a few words: under $ per watt. Lots of examples here
http://sunelec.com/ .

If there's anybody reading who'd still like to read the earth-4-energy
secrets <snorf>, the entire sorry mess is viewable for free right here
http://www.scribd.com/doc/6132596/Earth-4-Energy?autodown=pdf .


Posted by DougC on July 25, 2009, 3:50 pm
 wmbjkREMOVE@citlink.net wrote:


Ummm...... you may not have gotten the memo--but that page is basically
just an adlink page. It has a /somewhat/-factual article (with enough
solar-related keywords to snag search engine results) and a bunch of ads
that the page owner gets a cut from if you buy anything from those ads.

The page content is not worth debating, the newsgroup post and the
webpage are both spam.


For future convenience, almost ANY page that has a address that ends in
".co.cc" is one of these useless spam pages.


You may have seen ads (ironically, online) that claim to tell you "How
to make money surfing the internet"? Well, making these kinds of pages
is what they tell you to do.


Step 1: You get a free domain name somewhere, like co.cc-

You select a "free" domain name that's a real word. The word doesn't
matter, it can be anything but you want it to sound interesting.

Step #2: Then you get free webhosting somewhere (note that there are ads
for that on the www.co.cc page). You need to use someplace that allows
advertising, but doesn't place ads of their own (like GeoCities did)
because that messes things up with your own ads.

Step #3: you sign up for referral ads from Google Adsense (this part is
free too).

Step #4: Then you write a vague semi-informed paragraph on your webpage,
and be sure to use a bunch of keywords pertinent to the subject. Google
will analyze your web page content, and place ads on it that are related
to what the page appears to be about.

Step #5: if anyone clicks through any of the ads on your page and
actually buys something, you get a referral fee (a kickback) from the

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