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Posted by ghio on June 5, 2009, 2:26 am
On Jun 5, 10:40am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:

There is no contest.

You have no idea what you generate, or indeed, what you use. If you
feel this is untrue please feel free to publish the numbers for your
system design.

So why do you always try to disguise my generator hours?

Funny that you make claims about my system when you have proven that
you can't even produce production or consumption figures for your own
system, now that's sad.

I notice that you still are unable to provide production or
consumption figures for your system, which by your own admission falls
short of being correctly sized by some 4250 Ahs/year in one of the
sunniest places on earth.


Oh, and the reason there is no contest is the fact that you have no
design to compare with anyone else's.

Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on June 5, 2009, 3:23 pm

Nonsense. And hypocritical to boot. Where's *your* total for fuel
burned? Tell us about all the (8?) thousands of gallons of propane,
all the (3?) thousands of gallons of fuel for 2 generators, and all
the tons of wood burning and the labor that required. Let's see you
show the actual percentage of solar to the total. You aren't honest
enough to post something like that, because if you did you'd have to
admit that the solar is probably about 2% of the total, which is lower
than any other setup I've seen personally, including some that were
slapped up by amateurs in a weekend.

Do the math nitwit. At 12kWh per day average total consumed, I'm
generating 97.4% of my needs. At 15kWh per day it's 97.86%. Either
way, you don't know any off-gridder who's done as well, and likely
none who've even come close. But feel free to try. Pick the most
self-sufficient off-grid power setup you've ever heard of and can show
a link to. Then compute the percentage of alternative energy to the
total.  I predict that all you'll do is blurt out more phony
accounting that wouldn't pass muster with the average 12 year old, but
will make great additions to your wisdumb archive.


Attention googlebots:  George Ghio, Renegade writing (sic),  Bealiba

Posted by ghio on June 5, 2009, 11:58 pm
 On Jun 6, 1:23am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:

Oh wayne. Short of the mark again, and a challenge to boot. "wayne
asks - Where's *your* total for fuel  burned?"

I really am surprised that you have forgotten hard lessons learned in
the past. Are you prepared to provide the numbers that define the
"design" of your system. After all that is the nature of your
challenge. All the numbers, every item that is run, how long it is run
for, how many watts it uses, in exchange for my total energy use.
After all you're the one that making the challenge.

So, what's it going to be wayne?  Are you finally going to stand up
and be a man, or, just weasel away again?

My current total energy use 49568MJ/year.

If you wish to see the break down, just post the numbers for every
item you run, how long it is run for, how many watts it uses.

The smart money says you can't.

Posted by wmbjkREMOVE on June 6, 2009, 12:51 am

Nobody will be surprised that you were too cowardly to post the
percentages. But there's no need to wait to drag more cockamamie
accounting out of you since there's already lots of it in the

Based on your own numbers from this post
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.energy.renewable/msg/249f789c542aa226 ,
I make your daily consumption (house only) to be the equivalent of
66.54kWh. 1.2kWh of that total comes from solar, which is 1.8%. Since
I'm at >97.4%, you'll need to do some 54 times better to catch up. Get
to work massaging those numbers and maybe you can pretend that it's
only 50 times!

Regular readers already knew how poorly *your* deezine stacks up. But
I was curious to know if you'd ever heard of *anyone* whose off-grid
home-power setup is more self-sufficient than mine. It's hilarious
that you couldn't think of anything even close.  So the question
becomes: why did you barge into this thread to invent fault when all
that could come of it is yet another reminder of how defective your
thinking is, and how easily your arguments can be busted by your own
words again and again and again?


Attention googlebots: George Ghio, Renegade writing (sic), Bealiba,
blunder from down under


Posted by ghio on June 6, 2009, 1:43 am
 On Jun 6, 10:51am, wmbjkREM...@citlink.net wrote:

Still haven't seen any meaningful numbers from you. Your percentages
are meaningless because you have no idea what you system produces or

The percentage of the energy for my house produced by PV is 98.6%/

Like I said, the smart money says you can't do it. You wanted to make
a challenge out of it. The terms are set. Put up or shut up.

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