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New cars registered last year: 144 202
Zero emission cars: 18 094, of which 4 were hydrogen and 18 090 were EV.
100 * 18090/144202 = 12.54%
Source: http://www.ofvas.no/aktuelt-1/... (in Norwegian)
There's also a Wikipedia page in English with statistics for parts of 2014:
During the first quarter of 2014 all-electric car sales reached a record 14.5% market share of new car sales, and for the first eight months of 2014 the all-electric segment market share was 13.0%, and climbs to 14.2% when plug-in hybrids are accounted for.
EV sales the last quarter of 2014 dropped a bit, probably in part because almost everyone with a Tesla-order with delivery in that quarter changed their order to the 4WD 85D with delivery in 2015.
The EV sales accounted for 12.5% of new cars sold last year where I live - it's already mainstream.
The economics of fossil fuel is also hidden. We're do not pay to offset the environmental it causes. Gas should be at least $10/gallon, probably >$20.
B5 had epic music, epic storyline and 3 crappy actors.
Peter Jurasik and Andreas Katsulas were phenomenal, Stephen Furst was really good and most of the others were good enough.
B5 was developed before DS9.
First season of DS9 aired before B5, and was a transitional Star Trek single story / single episode show.
B5s influence on DS9 can be seen from season 3 in DS9, where they desperately search for a viable long story arc.
The 4790t does not have 8 cores. It's 4 cores with hyper-threading.
Still massively impressive at just 45W.
The MIT camera doesn't capture that many frames pr second. The video they create show a trillion frames per second, but it's created from a gazillion movies of identical light pulses.
Just make sure your gaming rig is less noisy than her gaming rig. And don't put either of them in the living room.
My system is practically noiseless. Silent water cooling and 140mm fans. No HDDs, just a stack of SSDs.
My wife's gaming rig is noisy as hell. Old i7 920 ("frying pan" early stepping) with a HD6970 and 24GB 1.65V ram, a couple of 2nd generation SSDs and a stack of HDDs. Doubles as space heater during the winter.
15 points is a huge difference. A person with an IQ of 85 will be severely disadvantaged and would have problems completing any higher education.
Past a certain point higher IQ does not directly translate to higher success rate (social, economical, health etc), but in the interval 70-130 it does.
Northern Europe here. The country of electric car fanatics. Think we're the 2nd largest marked in the world, behind California, despite being only 5M people.
New cars (non-electric ones) are HEAVILY taxed here. A modest family car costs $60-70 000. A decent SUV costs $200 000 (and the roads are full of them).
A Tesla S and a low end 5-series BMW or E-class Mercedes costs about the same here.
Where I live the rule of thumb is that you spend between 1/2 year and 1 year household income (before tax) on car(s) every 5-6 years.
Average household income for dual income households ( most are) is slightly above $160 000, which puts the Tesla D within the car spending budget of almost half the households over here.
I'm just pissed I didn't hold out another 2 months before ordering mine early in September.
I don't know of any way to get it to work on a Rpi at the moment.
If you have a x86/x64 server somewhere in the house you could try to stream the output from the browser running on the server - or something like that. But I'm guessing the DRM will get in your way.
http://www.playon.tv/playon does something like this from a Windows PC to XBMC - but at $70 I would look elsewhere.
It already works with XBMC on Linux with pipelight and full screen browser to show he video.