Sorry the calculation should be
10,000 * 16 * 100 * 2 * 2 = 6.4 * 10^8
XKCD's shitty advice is protecting against brute force attacks by using length (even though in many cases the effective length is still limited to something stupid like 16 characters). By following XKCD's shitty advice, you open yourself up to statistical attacks - your search space is just a combination of a few words. People generally only use a few thousand words, and when you want them to be random about it they'll likely pick common ones, fairly short ones, mostly nouns, etc.
4 words from a list of 1000 words = 10^12 possible passwords
10,000 uncommon words, 4 symbol replacements on average , 2 digits of numbers , numbers at the start or end. capital/non capital at the start.
10,000 * 16 * 2 * 2 * 2 = 1.28 * 10^7.
A lot less passwords.
Any other ways you can think of to increase the passwords complexity?
Humans are terrible at being random. Any magician, con-artist, or statistician will tell you that. The most commonly-picked "random" cards are the ace of spades and the queen of hearts, for example. The 4 "random" words scenario will give you a search space many orders of magnitude smaller than a good, traditional password.
That is why you need a randomizer to pick the words rather then you picking them.
I'd say you live in a warm climate.. Cloudy days means more energy in colder climates. France uses at its peak about 100 GWatts of electricity. Say you'll need at least 10 hours of battery storage, then you are talking about 1 TWh of power storage for 100% replacement by PV.
So a peak that lasts 10 hours?
If fact the 40% peak PV is for a Sunny Sunday afternoon, so a lot further away from 80% than you think.
So storage is even further away from being needed?
It would probably use something like Steganography.
Which makes it about $9 to $3(wind) when you figure % of usage.
And if we go to the actual data at http://en.openei.org/apps/TCDB... and not a cached version we get a different view.
The market also goes to QLD,,NSW and TAS.
SA still is getting less then zero prices now.
Such as all the universal health care systems paying less(public + private) as a percentage of GDP the the US government spends on health?
So I presume you are not a big fan of mammals but instead reptiles. They were the dominate species after all during that period.
And how much CO2 has nature taken out over that time period?
Was that the company that brought near GPS spectrum despite it being regulated for something different then what they wanted and then the FCC would not change it too what they wanted?
I see, that is different then what I thought it was like.
I think I see the confusion.
Wholesale price = -2.5c + feed in tariff 3c =
I was calculating the feed in tariff separate from the wholesale price.
Unless you still have to pay the 12/KWh for your usage.