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by mlmeng  Sep 01, 2014

Have a safe and happy Labor Day!

by TIGERPAW46  Aug 27, 2014

watch your gas gauge. Noted our gas prices started the climb up last night Jump By $0.08 /gal on reg.at the least expensive.

by dallfo  Aug 24, 2014

Good morning. You've just been pumped. Have a great day.

by dallfo  Aug 24, 2014

An excellent response to my article. Thank you.

by TIGERPAW46  Aug 21, 2014

Glad we see the issue the same.

by TIGERPAW46  Aug 19, 2014

""Unfortunately, the nameplate capacity trumpeted in the media is a drastically misleading measure of the electricity added to the grid. While wind and solar nameplate capacity represented 84 percent of Germany’s average electric power generation of 70.4 GW, it ultimately generated only 11.9 percent of total electricity (up from 11.2 percent in 2011). There are simple reasons for that discrepancy: night, cloud, and calm. The output of wind and solar generators varies wildly with weather and the time of day; during most hours they produce a small fraction of their nameplate power—or nothing at all."" http://www.dissentmagazine.org/article/green-energy-bust-in-germany

by TIGERPAW46  Aug 19, 2014

Green Energy Bust In Germany (Summer 2013) See this article: It's old but points out wrong info from Green media on Germany's status. Doubtful any big change in just a year. Pump it up so others can see the divergence of facts. ""But statistics on Germany’s electricity sector for the whole of 2012 are now in, and when you look beyond the cherry-picked hype, the results are dismal and disquieting. ... Germany is indeed avoiding blackouts—by opening new coal- and gas-fired plants. Renewable electricity is proving so unreliable and chaotic that it is starting to undermine the stability of the European grid and provoke international incidents. The spiraling cost of the renewables surge has sparked a backlash, including government proposals to slash subsidies and deployment rates."" http://www.dissentmagazine.org/article/green-energy-bust-in-germany

by dallfo  Aug 17, 2014

You've just been pumped. Have a great day.

by dallfo  Jul 31, 2014

The altitude affects both cars and planes here. You won't find many diesels or electric cars here either.

by dallfo  Jul 31, 2014

Interesting. Here in Colorado, since we're the highest state in the nation, no water flows into the state, only out. Because of that all of our water comes from snow and is generally quite cold. There's no such thing as warm water warming up the surrounding land here.

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