8 posts • joined Tuesday 19th June 2007 19:08 GMT
Re: Keeping the beaurocracy alive... @AC 8:13
There is no such thing as a Tax disk, do you mean a VED Disk?
New Scientist confirms Japanese government are stupid
"In the 10 days it burned, Chernobyl put out 1.76 × 1018 becquerels of iodine-131, which amounts to only 50 per cent more per day than has been calculated for Fukushima Daiichi." So Chernobly was worse so far than Fukushima by about 50% so far (and is for iodine which has a half life of 8 days)
So far so good
now to the caesium-137 "The Sacramento readings suggest it has emitted 5 × 1015 becquerels of caesium-137 per day; Chernobyl put out 8.5 × 1016 in total – around 70 per cent more per day."
So it's less for the Iodine and left for the ceasium, so Less must equal the same!
This will cause problems for the Gov's stats
since, if you come into the country it is counted by family units (no matter how many are in the family they are counted as 1 unit), however when they leave the country they are counted as individuals. Thus a family of 4 are counted as 1 on the way in and 4 on the way out
TalkTalk help desk has stated that they do not sell data about your surfing habits to anyone else
The last time an election was held on another day was in 1931, when Britons trooped to the polls on a Tuesday.
Anyway a new way of getting a good turn out is to make polling date a bank holiday
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