6 posts • joined Thursday 4th March 2010 16:18 GMT
While it is true that about 58% of "hydro" (as the Upper-Canadians like to call it) is produced from hydroelectric sources, the majority of the rest is produced with some variant of coal/oil/gas fired plants with a smattering of nuclear and wind in there for completeness.
Oh, and lets please not pretend that hydroelectricity is 0-impact... it might be _after_ operational, but certainly does a lot of damage to the environment to get that way.
But back on topic, TDI engines are awesome.
... Mines the one headed to the Thorium research lab :)
I think the real question we should be asking is "what secret installation is below the London Wall" .. because obviously there is one. I can't think of any other reason you would want to take pictures of it. Oh...
Mines the one with the 300mm lense
my required title...
I couldn't agree more. We should be pushing the limits of the processing we have available.
If you want to use virtualization to manage testing or host legacy systems, that's one thing, but if anyone thinks it is a "solution" for anything new, they aren't looking at the problem the right way. Sure, I can dig a subway system with an army of people with shovels, but it is MUCH faster/better/cheaper to use a tunnel boring machine. Get it? Good. Apply that thinking to software.
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