Posted by Andy Champ on October 24, 2007, 8:24 pm
Doctor Drivel wrote:
Predictable even :P
That's why I wrote "every 12.5 hours".
However I've just been surprised.
Low at Avonmouth today is at noon precisely, at Liverpool 16:00. That's
pretty much a quarter phase out, which means you get decent base load
generation from the pair of them working together *without* any pumped
Posted by Eeyore on October 24, 2007, 8:37 pm
Andy Champ wrote:
Neat how that works isn't it ?
Posted by Jim on October 25, 2007, 1:42 am
I knew some physicists and it is very much being pursued ASAP; the tech
and materials available just haven't gelled yet. Be patient. How many things
did Edison try as filaments?
Posted by David Hansen on October 23, 2007, 10:17 am
On Tue, 23 Oct 2007 02:22:27 -0700 someone who may be Jonathan
I see that the nuclear lobby is using this as a good wheeze to
campaign for more nuclear generation.
David Hansen, Edinburgh
I will *always* explain revoked encryption keys, unless RIP prevents me
Posted by Andy Hall on October 23, 2007, 1:00 pm
On 2007-10-23 11:17:39 +0100, David Hansen
It's fairly logical that if there is insufficient capacity because of
planned and unplanned maintenance to build more and where possible to
correct issues in earlier designs. This is normal engineering
advancement in any industrial plant implementation.
As the article says, all that is required is for Brown to make a simple
policy U turn on renewable energy commitment, which is irrelevent for
anything other than political posturing anyway. After the reneging on
the referendum, nobody will notice if they do this. Then the money
can be spent sensibly on nuclear projects rather than toy windmill and
wave projects which wreck the environment.