Hypothesizing that you could use this to produce low-power electronics for, say a wireless environmental sensor of some sort, how does the idea of environmental sensors that are inherently biodegradable on a months-to-years time scale grab you?
Fuck, I know people who wear space-suit levels of protection and work within a couple of thousand feet of sea level. (what level of protection would you use to repair pumps and valve gear in a working sewage plant? Pretty comprehensively air-tight and puncture-proof, covering whole body.)
we would have had a dead president as well as a dead first family
But isn't that what about half the US population actually want? and isn't America a democracy?
I don't think you'd ask this on a teacher's forum
Do teachers have forums? Considering all the constraints that they face about the commercial confidentiality of their schools and their customers/ product/ victims (however they classify the kids), what would they be allowed to talk about?
It's been a few years since talked to (knowingly) a teacher, so I genuinely don't know. But you do see frequent enough news reports of teachers getting sacked for talking about the kids online that I'd expect them to treat the whole topic with a ten-foot bargepole.
and whether we could reasonably expect reciprocity from other nations on such an approach.
You cna expect reciprocity from nations that don't have nuclear weapons. That would be Russia (hmmm, being very reciprocal at the moment, with their traditional single-finger wave), China (same wave, I see ; odd that), UK, France (waving a greasy dildo and a stale crusty baguette respectively, both begging you to come back again soon, but for different reasons). Oh, and don't forget Israel, India, Pakstan, DPRK, and imminently Iran.
America is really on a steep learning curve with this international relations thing. Enjoy!
Local music can easily not blow through that limit.
Shocking as it may seem to you, people's usage varies.
Mine [i.e. my music collection, not your music collection] does not (make any impression on that limit).
Shocking as it may seem to you, it consists a few hundred kilobytes of sound files for various bings and bongs which come as part of an OS. Actually, I don't really know how much it contains, since I've never looked, and don't have more than a vague idea on which partition it's stored. Streaming
On the other hand, I clock up 10-20GB of photos each year, though I wouldn't use a camera phone for that. Unless I got a microscope attachment for it. Good point - I'll need to look at that, unless the client gets down and actually puts together a microphotography suite.
Those suckers would keep any airspace clear.
Blowers. You BLOW through bagpipes, not suck.
Pfffft. Kids today. Next thing you know, you'll be building horseless carriages and flying machines.
in a different state.
Or just put them in a safety deposit box at a local bank.
I think that you missed the OPs concern with redundancy.
Having your backup in the local bank is really going to suck if they've been flooded out by the same event that flooded you out. (Floods may be fluids other than water, such as lava and volcanic ash.)
I'd be much more wary of shipping them across US international borders, where they'd be liable to seizure. Possibly at state borders too. But in that case, taking them to Auntie Flo isn't going to be any protection either.
Could you use directly geothermally-generated steam as a steam-flood source all in the one well? You'd need to rig your surface water injector on the injection well to higher pressures than for conventional water or steam injection (higher pressures cost more and wear out faster) but the production wells wouldn't need significantly different completion. Slugging of your steam flow from the geothermal source into the flood injection leg of the well would be an issue - potentially a big issue.
What are the odds of the shape and size of your geothermal field being sufficiently close to power an outer ring of injection wells and efficiently steam-flood into the central few producers. It's not impossible, but it's also not terribly likely. Geothermal fields tending to be relatively large and disperses, but oil fields being sharply delineated by their original oil-water contacts (would you drill out in the water leg, except to provide pressure / waterflood support? Would you sign the AFE for subsidiary drilling centres, access roads etc for a 1/3 increase in well count (steam producer plus the regular injector - producer pair). You might make a case, but it's not going to be a high likelihood case.
It's always possible that they can't cut the mustard when their errors could kill themselves, instead of other people.
Personally, I prefer to use the bus and catch up my reading when I go into town. Otherwise, I walk to the shops and back.
You are right about the rain that falls on the ocean but I don't see how you're right when the rain falls on the land.
There is a lot more (About 3 times) area of ocean as there is land. And, as pointed out elsewhere, bunker oil is normally not burned until you're well out to sea, for precisely this reason. It's a perfectly good reason. Which is already covered.
and coach you continuously to improve your fitness.
I'd vaguely got the idea that these things were about health-Nazi-ism. Thanks for confirming that.
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