Maybe, but sometimes it appears to be two steps forward and one step back here in the U.S. So slow that sometimes I’m afraid it’s going to bring on a new ice age. 2018 was the year when the threat of a global Nuclear War came back, especially for the USians, but a conflict with NK will eventually involve China and/or Russia, and after that it’s bad days for all of us. I wouldn’t call “direct air capture” geoengineering.
- Now a reference on that would be interesting.
- Depending on a variety of design options and economic assumptions, the cost of pulling a tonne of CO2 from the atmosphere ranges between US$94 and $232.
- And yes it was a British Management Fuck-Up of monumental proportions.And if you are talking like that, Vavilov’s death was a management fuckup.
- For those people with SAD who can, now is a good time to take a train trip for a a fortnight in the south-east of Spain, though it’s a two day trip from Edinburgh .
Can’t remember the name or the author, but one of the key plot elements was woven around what will the world be like once there is no more oil. I don’t know of any hard evidence for a wealthy right-wing conspiracy to commit a majority genocide. From what I’ve read and heard, they’re simply prepping for what they see as an inevitable disaster, not knowingly trying to bring it about… And we can pay for carbon sequestration either as a government program payed for by ordinary taxpayers, or by regulations/taxes/penalties imposed on fossil fuel companies.
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Of course, the profits of one particular bakery might rise, but only at the expense of the bakery next door. Venice might flourish, but only by impoverishing Genoa. The king of England might enrich himself, but only by robbing the king of France. You could cut the pie in many different ways, but it never got any bigger. I’m fairly confident that “land-based carefully isolated biodiesel vats” will quickly leak into the sea and horizontal gene transfer will cause all sorts of ructions. So my interest is more in parallel studies of what the new ideas will do when released into the wild.
- A mature coast redwood can remove huge amounts of carbon dioxide from the air, the AATA points out, sequestering as much as 250 tons of the greenhouse gas per tree.
- Before you assume this is a government coverup, Charlie and others have posted several times on this blog that a similar increase was seen in the British population as a result of the WWII ration system.
- 4 wheel drive is largely a marketing gimmick, with minor benefits.
- I find the idea that capitalism cannot exist without wage slavery bizarre – almost revisionist.
- Radium extraction was carried out using pitchblende as the orebody, in part because it was easy to identify as a raw mineral.
- Radiative cooling of big thermal generators need huge areas to radiate, and obviously works less well when it’s hot .
Then it will be time to spend hundreds of billions of Euros more just to replace the first tranche of renewables built out over the past ten years. If they double that spend, to a trillion Euros per decade they might actually start to replace their carbon consumption with renewables but I wouldn’t hold my breath. In other news the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project is on track to provide more backstop gas for Germany’s Green revolution, ready to deliver as much as 55 billion cubic metres a year to Germany and other European countries for the next fifty years from Russia. It could be up and working by the end of 2019.
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Another thing to note is that uranium cost per kWh generated is miniscule compared to fossil fuels, in part because so little nuclear fuel is burnt to produce a kWh. The last estimate I made note of, published by the US-based IEA was about 0.6c US per kWh for enriched fuel as used https://xcritical.online/ in fuel assemblies. Double the price of uranium extraction, triple it even and the price of nuclear electricity delivered to consumers rises only a tiny amount. Part of the anti-nuclear myth is that “we don’t have enough uranium” to fuel a lot more reactors that we’ve got.
- Can’t remember the name or the author, but one of the key plot elements was woven around what will the world be like once there is no more oil.
- Both still happen, are still widespread, but less so.
- The area had long been thought unsuitable for agriculture and had instead been used as somewhere to shove the continent’s indigenous inhabitants where they wouldn’t get under people’s feet (see 19th century maps which label Oklahoma as “Indian Territory”).
- The “good” influence operation gives us a look into what Russia feels.
- That’s where I call BS on the whole concept that there is a situation called the tragedy of the commons, not a game theory that’s appropriated the name.
During a flood year they can move into full production and grow bumper crops. For an annual crop like this, farmers may only three good years out of five to have a viable business. Along the Murray and Darling rivers, which are some of the most variable in the world, the flexibility to plant more or less in a given year is very valuable. In a drought year with limited water like this one, a rice or cotton farmer may even chose to plant nothing and simply sell their remaining water allocation to another farmer. I’ve mentioned before that way back in the day, I had a friend who told me his IQ was 90.
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It would be an unacceptable risk unless you believed that the baker or king asking for your money might be able to steal a slice from a competitor. So it was hard to get a loan in the pre-modern world, and when you got one it was usually small, short-term, and subject to high interest rates. Upstart entrepreneurs thus found it difficult to open new bakeries and great kings who wanted to build palaces or wage wars had no choice but to raise the necessary funds through high taxes and tariffs. That was fine for kings , but a scullery maid who had a great idea for a bakery and wanted to move up in the world generally could only dream of wealth while scrubbing down the royal kitchen’s floors. Had been curious about playing around with the light/dark cycle and just found this article which suggests considering yet another variable when looking for ways to improve garden production efficiency/production. To me the most relevant part of this study is that you can shorten the growing ‘day’ to 18 hours …
Not saying a lot.I have no doubts that from the point of view of Americans or Britons it would be exactly that. But they are, so to say, far from the only people in the world. Meanwhile, Corbyn hasn’t been jailed for leading an opposition party, and Theresa May hasn’t outsourced the beating up of homosexuals and lesbians by adopting the EDL into the Young Conservatives.
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This has nothing to do with the definition of the word though nor is it especially confusing or nebulous. You have two theortical definitions neither of which are generally found in the real world in a pure form but are generally intermingled to some degree. The definition of capitalism does not say that the Military has to be run by private enterprise.
Another thing I just remembered from cudgeling my brain over it … He could communicate with whales, porpoises & dolphins using some sort of translating machine. Again, I don’t remember if that was essential to the plot or just background world-building. I think maybe at the climax when the future cop got ready to arrest the bad guys they tried to get away but the whales were able to block their escape. The problem is when someone says, “people suffer from Tragedy of the Commons, therefore…” And that’s simply fallacious. Assuming a priori that not only do they not work, but that any property must be owned by a person to be managed, and that furthermore, this is the only way people can be made to behave and plan rationally?
Plutonium isn’t like a firearm; it is very difficult to manufacture so reducing the global supply really does inconvenience terrorists. We’ll still need baseline electrical power, but then we xcritical cheating have nuclear systems for that. He is called Cllr Clyde Loakes, he’s a liar & a crook & an utter shit – he tried to get our award-winning & much loved local Art gallery & Museum both closed.