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- France derives over 75% of its electricity from nuclear energy. This is due to a long-standing policy based on energy security.
- France is the world's largest net exporter of electricity due to its very low cost of generation, and gains over EUR 3 billion per year from this.
Now get off my lawn.
I'm not sure that you're understanding me. By professors not caring, I'm talking about the guys who don't actually teach anything and then just post the entire exam -- along with the solutions -- on their website a week before the exam, call it a "study guide" (No, it wasn't 'similar' to the exam, it WAS the exam, he just printed that out and gave it to use for the test. And it was multiple choice and fill in the blank.) The professors who don't answer questions; who take 30 minutes out of a 70 minute class just getting the computer booted up; who do nothing more than read off of slides prepared by somebody else; and who refuse to accept obviously correct answers because they're not phrased in exactly the same way it was phrased on the answer sheet.
Doesn't sound like any professor that I've encountered in my life... I guess you went to a tough college
It's a pity that majority of students don't realize that college tuition is the payment for the opportunity to learn, not payment for good grades.
I still terribly miss playing Drakan: Order Of The Flame. Was way ahead of its time.
The main compartment of the Ghost vessel, which houses the cockpit and controls, sits above the water in between two torpedo-shaped pontoons or “foils,” which are submerged and create all the buoyancy and propulsion for the craft.
Would be interesting to see it in the open ocean with the high waves. If the wave height is higher than the boat clearance it's similar to hitting the water surface at 100 mph. A nosedive at such a speed means the cockpit becomes a 12-seat grave.
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