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Posted by Eeyore on March 28, 2009, 6:08 pm
 


Bill Carter wrote:


I can type quite quickly.



That would appear to apply to YOUR posts. Not a sign of calculating the
magnitude of the issues.



No, YOU made a claim. YOU have to back it up. As I said, wishful thinking is
not enough. I'm very aware of several 'new tech' battery advances but they're
still miles away from being a panacea and many are still 'in development' and
may not even see the light of day in practice.

Graham



Posted by Bill Carter on March 28, 2009, 11:45 pm
 
Eeyore wrote:

Obviously blurting out the first thoughts that come into your mind.


I've taken some positions here and defended them. All you've done is
post a load of crap.


I said "several new technologies appear to be good candidates for
eliminating" the charge/discharge problem so apparently you are in
agreement with me. In development. May not see the light of day.

Posted by Eeyore on March 28, 2009, 10:25 pm
 

Bill Carter wrote:


You seem to have got that the wrong way round.

Are you even any kind of engineer ? I'm an Electronics Consultant who's had an
interest in alternative energy since I was in my late teens / early 20s and seen
bugger all happen. It's mainly 'froth' to rob investors of their money.

Graham


Posted by Bill Carter on March 29, 2009, 2:12 am
 Eeyore wrote:

seen

Woo, an 'electronics consultant'. I haven't seen anything from your posts
so far that tells me you know much about the subjects under discussion. And
yes I am a kind of engineer. Wind and solar energy is already competitive in
the US when sited appropriately. Certainly it is economical in times of
$40/barrel oil which will surely be returning.

Posted by Eeyore on April 3, 2009, 3:20 am
 

Bill Carter wrote:


seen

Then you can't know much except what you get from the Readers' Digest.



What kind ?



A straight lie. Only subsidies  ( i.e. higher taxes ) make them feasible.

Graham


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