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September 05, 2019, 02:07:13 AM

Only thing that can replace coal and oil is nuclear. It's a matter of energy density and cost of extraction.

Energy density is irrelevant.  

The big solar farms are coming - and they will export electricity into a global grid.

https://www.scmp.com/news/asia/southeast-asia/article/3018518/ambitious-plan-power-singapore-worlds-biggest-solar-farm

Australia is already planning to power Singapore with a solar energy via an undersea transmission line.  Just like the current fiber optic network, just ultra high voltage.
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September 05, 2019, 02:08:54 AM

Only thing that can replace coal and oil is nuclear. It's a matter of energy density and cost of extraction.

Energy density is irrelevant.  

The big solar farms are coming - and they will export electricity into a global grid.

https://www.scmp.com/news/asia/southeast-asia/article/3018518/ambitious-plan-power-singapore-worlds-biggest-solar-farm
Edit: You know what. No. "Energy density is irrelevant" ends this conversation.
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September 05, 2019, 02:11:39 AM

Haven't been in a talkative mood lately but just wanted to say @Last of the V8s, I feel for you man. I've lost many of my closest loved ones to cancer and its a real shitty thing to watch and be helpless to do a thing about.
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September 05, 2019, 02:17:05 AM

Edit: You know what. No. "Energy density is irrelevant" ends this conversation.

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a 10-gigawatt-capacity array of panels will be spread across 15,000 hectares

That’s low energy density.  Energy density is irrelevant.
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As of August 2019.

I love the green movement. Very Naive in terms of what resources will be needed to shift out of fossil fuels. Mining companies love the green movement. Australia had its first surplus in 44 years due to exporting natural resources. Yes coal will die and fossil fuels use will greatly diminish, however mining will boom for the transition materials required.
 
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September 05, 2019, 02:19:29 AM

^ from an energy exhibit in Richmond, Virginia last month
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September 05, 2019, 02:20:00 AM

Hey man no one said we were going to stop mining lithium
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September 05, 2019, 02:30:30 AM

It is more than just Lithium. According to the CEO of Sandfire Resources , we will need 12 times our current copper usage. The list goes on into other materials such as rare earths.

Don't get me wrong , I am for the green energy movement.
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September 05, 2019, 02:39:21 AM

It is more than just Lithium. According to the CEO of Sandfire Resources , we will need 12 times our current copper usage. The list goes on into other materials such as rare earths.

Don't get me wrong , I am for the green energy movement.
If it requires 12 times the materials we currently use then it's not "green", WHATEVER people think that means, it's just wasteful.

And just because I know people keep forgetting, co2 is not a pollutant.
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September 05, 2019, 02:47:59 AM

I'm going to fuck the gay frogs straight again.

Acced to please Cool sir be positive nuclear is clear end soon Tongue
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They're coming!  
https://business.financialpost.com/technology/blockchain/the-future-of-money-is-here-canada-should-take-the-lead-and-launch-our-own-cryptocurrency
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September 05, 2019, 03:38:14 AM

It is more than just Lithium. According to the CEO of Sandfire Resources , we will need 12 times our current copper usage. The list goes on into other materials such as rare earths.

Don't get me wrong , I am for the green energy movement.
If it requires 12 times the materials we currently use then it's not "green", WHATEVER people think that means, it's just wasteful.

And just because I know people keep forgetting, co2 is not a pollutant.

Bingo! You are correct!
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It is more than just Lithium. According to the CEO of Sandfire Resources , we will need 12 times our current copper usage. The list goes on into other materials such as rare earths.

Don't get me wrong , I am for the green energy movement.
If it requires 12 times the materials we currently use then it's not "green", WHATEVER people think that means, it's just wasteful.

And just because I know people keep forgetting, co2 is not a pollutant.

you keep saying it, but this particular meme had absolutely NO meaning whatsoever:

1. Your cells 'exhaust' CO2, hence the exhalation process. Exhaust is exhaust, no doubt about the meaning of it.
2. Yes, there were periods on earth with MUCH higher levels of CO2. We did not live on the planet back then, so we don't know if it was cozy or not.
3. Human brain can tolerate only certain level of CO2 before you would be losing large IQ capacity. These levels are not too much higher than current (maybe about a double).
4. Plants LOVE CO2. Yes, for them it is something similar to food. We are not plants.
5. Last, but not least, try converting a small amount of dry ice in a limited space into gaseous form (CO2).
Breathe it in, but first sit down before doing this because the result is unmistakable.
It is like a hammer to the brain. In fact, don't do this, really.
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September 05, 2019, 04:05:57 AM

It is more than just Lithium. According to the CEO of Sandfire Resources , we will need 12 times our current copper usage. The list goes on into other materials such as rare earths.

Don't get me wrong , I am for the green energy movement.
If it requires 12 times the materials we currently use then it's not "green", WHATEVER people think that means, it's just wasteful.

And just because I know people keep forgetting, co2 is not a pollutant.

you keep saying it, but this particular meme had absolutely NO meaning whatsoever:

1. Your cells 'exhaust' CO2, hence the exhalation process. Exhaust is exhaust, no doubt about the meaning of it.
2. Yes, there were periods on earth with MUCH higher levels of CO2. We did not live on the planet back then, so we don't know if it was cozy or not.
3. Human brain can tolerate only certain level of CO2 before you would be losing large IQ capacity. These levels are not too much higher than current (maybe about a double).
4. Plants LOVE CO2. Yes, for them it is something similar to food. We are not plants.
5. Last, but not least, try converting a small amount of dry ice in a limited space into gaseous form (CO2).
Breathe it in, but first sit down before doing this because the result is unmistakable.
It is like a hammer to the brain. In fact, don't do this, really.
69. Plants need it to live. It is literally the beginning of the food chain.
70. Too much co2? How about too little? At what point do we have a planet wide biological dieoff? Sink some green bucks into that research project. Well, if the whole thing wasn't political to begin with, anyway.
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September 05, 2019, 04:44:48 AM

gonna ride these alts down to all time lows...
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September 05, 2019, 04:45:54 AM
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That's their only option to hold off against Libra. While BTC gets popcorn
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September 05, 2019, 04:48:40 AM

70. Too much co2? How about too little? At what point do we have a planet wide biological dieoff?

"Too little?" Yeah, that's not gonna happen.

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70. Too much co2? How about too little? At what point do we have a planet wide biological dieoff?

"Too little?" Yeah, that's not gonna happen.


Hockey sticks are fake news comrade. And doesn't answer the question. Why do you want all life on the planet to die, commie?
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I bought decent amount worth of bitcoin when it hits $8500 to $9000 in 2018 but after that it went to $3000 nearly which is the place most of the people lost their faith and sold their bitcoin for extreme losses.But you know I didn't do that mistake and now in profits Smiley

You were not able to buy below $8,500 and above $3,120 between about late 2018 and about May 2019?

Or did you feel that you were already too much invested in BTC?
I bought in mid 2018 not sure about the exact month but I bought where there is a bump from 6K region to 9K so I though that this is the bull run so buy and holding will make more profits then only I realized that it was bull trap so now I need to wait longer to get reap.

Anyway I started doing trades with small amount from my holding and making small profits and increased my total btc holdings.
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.........
And just because I know people keep forgetting, co2 is not a pollutant.

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3. Human brain can tolerate only certain level of CO2 before you would be losing large IQ capacity. These levels are not too much higher than current (maybe about a double).
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Ibian might be living in a part of the planet that already has high CO2 levels.  He frequently shows such symptoms.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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