intelligibly : In a manner capable of being understood.
While possibly not the word they meant, it still fits.
Depends on how you define "shortage". The worst solar conditions in the lower 48 are better than the best Germany has, and they're charging ahead with solar.
IMHO the regulations (if the government felt it NECESSARY to regulate) should have been written in terms of minimal efficiency
That's what they DID do. They specified the maximum allowable wattage for lights of given light output.
Read here and find the table "GENERAL SERVICE INCANDESCENT LAMPS" on page 121.
Not to mention that the oil of a fingerprint on the envelope will cause sufficient heat buildup to make the thing crack. If not for the outer bulb, you'd have to wear gloves when putting it in, like with a car headlight bulb.
You are using an article that is almost 5 years old. LED prices have come down dramatically in that time.
You don't use just one of them.
45MW is about the same as a GE LM6000 natural gas turbine. You stick three, or four, or a dozen of those together to make a single plant of worthwhile size. You'd use these mini-nukes in the same manner.
If they're talking about birth defects in general, I believe the rate is something like 3% in the USA, so a 30% kick on that would increase the risk to 3.9%.
Warren won't buy Microsoft stock because the entire world would be throwing insider trading accusations at him.
I—well, Microsoft is a special case because Microsoft is off bounds to us because of my friendship with Bill and if we spent seven months buying Microsoft stock and during that period they announced a repurchase or increase of the dividend or an acquisition, people would say you've been getting inside information from Bill. So I have told Todd and Ted and I apply it myself that we do not ever buy a share of Microsoft. I think Microsoft is attractive but that—but we will never buy Microsoft. It—people would just assume I knew something and I don't, but they would assume it and they would assume Bill talked to me and he wouldn't have. But there's no sense putting yourself in that position.
Not as far as I'm aware. I believe Denmark and Sweden fund some of their respective state churches out of general funds in addition to the church tax revenues, but you can still opt out of the church tax.
Huh. Never seen that around here. With our boxes, you unlock the package compartment, grab your package, close it, and then you drop the key into the send slot.
If you don't want to pay the tithe, just ditch the religion.
Yes, I have. It's not a big deal. And besides, most people just drop by the mailboxes on their way home from work, so you don't even need to walk from home.
Rural areas already run on this system, so nothing is going to change for them. If you're on a farm or such, you head to the town/village to get your mail. If you're in the village/town, you walk a block or three to the boxes (or you drop by the boxes on your way home from work) to get your mail
This is just moving everyone else onto this system.
Boxes don't work for parcels, even in apartment buildings, where they used heavily. Parcel delivery has the same problem with boxes: everyone ends up getting a postcard and schlepping off to the local pickup point because the darned boxes aren't big enough to hold the parcel. And big boxes are unaffordable!
Canada Post thought of that years ago. The community mailboxes have sizable parcel compartments (usually two, one "C" size (13.5x30.5x35cm) and one "D" size (30.5x30.5x35cm) for every 18 normal "B" size (13.5x12.5x35cm) mailboxes) built into them. If you have a parcel, they stick it in the parcel compartment and put the key for it in your own mailbox.