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Electrical Power Misconceptions (Part 3)

February 19, 2009 by


PART 3 OF 3 PARTS With those two earlier posts I have tried to explain in somewhat simplified terms some of the things that people mistakenly believe as something that can quite easily be achieved, while the facts are that it is more complex than what a short sound byte from well intentioned people might […]

The Environment Goes To Poland

November 16, 2008 by


In fifteen days, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) will be holding a meeting in Poznan Poland. This meeting is designated as COP 14, the fourteenth Conference of Parties. This is a really important meeting. They will be discussing the agenda for the agenda of the next meeting in Copenhagen which will […]

Kyoto – A Perspective (Part 8)

April 9, 2008 by


CURRENT POWER USAGE. (Part Three) Most of you are reading this and noticing that the title, KYOTO etc has stayed the same, but I seem to have drifted from the intent of that heading. It may seem like that, but it’s been my deliberate intent to do it like this. Why? Because those people hypnotised […]