Another solution are distributed batteries at each substation. This has the dual advantage of helping with small transients on a branch and, when scaled out, adding substantial reserve capacity for the grid as a whole. The value to the grid in transient mitigation is cheaper than adding more transmission capability so the grid level storage is a free benefit.
Perhaps the best way of handling renewables is Demand Response. Many functions can be shifted as power becomes more plentiful, such as cooling can be moved from real time (daytime) to making ice at night when it is cooler (and more energy efficient anyway as the outside air is cooler) and then that ice can be used during the day to cool a building.
..."how I've grown to hate my wife."
Not being the NY Times, or rather, not being a part of the elite propaganda cartel. Damn the Constitution....full prosecution speed ahead.
Seriously, and this is why I don't give a fuck about any laws anymore. Laws are there for you, not the elites. And the worst crime you can do in America, is to reveal the crimes of the elites to the masses.
I used to tweak the MenuShowDelay entry in the registry in WinXP machines. Default was something like 400 (ms), which is about half a second; I'd "adjust" some performance things, then just set that to something like 5 or 1...now their Start menu "feels snappier" and they get that notion of a speed increase. Now the computer's faster, and they think I did a wonderful job when there was nothing to be done to begin with because their HDD is just slow and they only have 512MB RAM.
Even the high profile Disney case, which was a blatant violation of the law, was simply dismissed by the judge. The argument, made by the judge was a ludicrous mis-interpretation. Oh, your jobs were harmed, but no jobs of the contracting firm were harmed. So no case....WTF.
Disney should of been fined $1 billion dollars for that violation.
This was a NO BRAINER. The only reason this wasn't initiated ages ago was due to all the backroom deals.
When Firefox added extra security. They added a huge bug. I now find that I often get a black screen, after which no pages will load properly. I've largely been unable to use Firefox for the past few weeks.
The first generation to have degrees so they can work as baristas.
Or maybe all those references to Skype were to simply say "Don't use Skype." or "Using Skype will get you caught."
Now, to throw off researches pointed at Slashdot: AIM, AIM, AIM, AIM AOL Instant Messenger, AIM AOL Instant Massanger, MSN Messenger, AIMI!!LOL!!11
The book was fucking awesome though.
No, vaping devices are designed to be safe as well, if purchased from legit places, not fake and handled as they are supposed to be handled. Just like ordnance and everything else, really.
If I drink alcohol that affects you how exactly, long as I don't drive (or post, I guess).
You gotta be kidding...
All science is either physics or stamp collecting. -- Ernest Rutherford