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#1: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-05-27 06:21:33 by BlueTyde

I am becoming very informed about energy issues. I like a web site by
Areva, a French company that builds nuclear power stations and may
build one here in Texas. This web site is so informative, with games,
quizzes, and a dramatic film "50 months in 300 seconds" with stirring
music that I believe was made with a Kurzweil synthesizer similar to
what Patrick Moraz uses. By the way, last night The History Channel
did a Modern Marvels about Benjamin Franklin, one of his inventions was
the Armonica, a musical instrument made of glass that makes the neatest
sounds. I think I may get one and learn to play it, and tell Patrick
about this instrument.

Here is the link for Areva: <a href="http://energyexperts.areva.com/" target="_blank">http://energyexperts.areva.com/</a>

Here is the link for the video:
<a href="http://www.areva.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=arevagroup_en/SearchResult" target="_blank"> http://www.areva.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=arevagro up_en/SearchResult</a>
Click on &quot;The Okioloto Project&quot;

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#2: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-05-27 11:56:01 by missmoodyblues

Thank you for the links, Blue Tyde. You are a wealth of information.

I no longer have the History Channel. But if that show about Benjamin
Franklin ever airs on the Science Channel or National Geographic, I'll
gladly tune in.

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#3: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-05-27 15:44:17 by Gordon Hudson

&quot;missmoodyblues&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:missmoodyblues&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">missmoodyblues&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
news:<a href="mailto:1148723760.956482.266490&#64;u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com..." target="_blank">1148723760.956482.266490&#64;u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com...</a>
&gt; Thank you for the links, Blue Tyde. You are a wealth of information.
&gt;
&gt; I no longer have the History Channel. But if that show about Benjamin
&gt; Franklin ever airs on the Science Channel or National Geographic, I'll
&gt; gladly tune in.
&gt;

I am seriously considering putting in my own windmill to generate
electricity as i live on a hill with lots of wind.
We have a few companies round here with windmills on their roofs for this
purpose.

Most people doing this sell the power they generate back to the electricity
company for about half what they charge and buy back the power they use.
This is because its difficult to stabilise and regulate the amount of
electricity.
You would need to have it stored in batteries which is very wasteful if you
want to turn it back into AC.
I have a few ideas though.
Many of my domestic appliances use 12v via mains adaptors.
It might be possible to have a limited 12v distribution system and run them
directly, but it woudl need very heavy cable.

I think of this time every time I step outside and nearly get blown away by
the wind.
It is a real waste.

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#4: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-05-28 05:06:05 by BlueTyde

Gordon, do you live in the USA or in Europe? I was wondering what
appliances would use 12 volts but I do know that Eurpean refrigerators
are a smaller than the ones in America - and MUCH smaller than the ones
in Texas! We don't have windmills here but there are some in
Califormia, there is even a set of windmills in a Depeche Mode video.

Oh, I just noticed that the link for the video doesn't work but if you
type &quot;50 months in 300 seconds&quot; in the main Areva web site you should
be able to see it. There a lot of fun and informative games there too.

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#5: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-05-28 12:11:52 by missmoodyblues

The Areva links work for me, Blue Tyde. Thanks for the tip about what
to type in since I do sometimes come up with an Areva page listing
several options.

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#6: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-05-28 13:13:06 by Gordon Hudson

&quot;BlueTyde&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:Tyde4me&#64;hotmail.com" target="_blank">Tyde4me&#64;hotmail.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt; Gordon, do you live in the USA or in Europe?

Europe.
We use 234V as standard now (used to be 240v) 50Hz.

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#7: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-05-30 07:58:20 by BlueTyde

So are you near Finland? That's where Areva is building the EPR - The
European Pressurized water Reactor. Do you have any solar collectors?
It would be interesting to know what energy source some people on this
board use, but I just can't mention their names.

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#8: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-05-31 19:02:57 by watch_me_bust_u

BETTER WEB SITE IS: /WWW.NEPBOB.CUMS.TOO.MUCH/

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#9: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-06-01 11:05:40 by missmoodyblues

This post has all the trademarks of Blue Jay. Things that make you go
&quot;Hmmm...&quot;
Christy_Collins wrote:
&gt; BETTER WEB SITE IS: /WWW.NEPBOB.CUMS.TOO.MUCH/

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#10: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-06-02 03:46:06 by BlueTyde

Christy, I tried that web site and it doesn''t exist. But here's a
link to some fun energy games.

<a href="http://www.areva.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=arevagroup_en%2FFolderGameQuiz%2FFolderGameQuizFullTemplate&amp;cid=1073577264877" target="_blank"> http://www.areva.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=arevagro up_en%2FFolderGameQuiz%2FFolderGameQuizFullTemplate&amp;cid= 1073577264877</a>

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#11: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-06-02 11:50:49 by missmoodyblues

Thanks for the info about the FAKE website, Blue Tyde. Some people are
so spiteful &amp; have too much time on their hands.

The Areva link is great. Thanks so much for sharig it. :D
BlueTyde wrote:
&gt; Christy, I tried that web site and it doesn''t exist. But here's a
&gt; link to some fun energy games.
&gt;
&gt; <a href="http://www.areva.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=arevagroup_en%2FFolderGameQuiz%2FFolderGameQuizFullTemplate&amp;cid=1073577264877" target="_blank"> http://www.areva.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=arevagro up_en%2FFolderGameQuiz%2FFolderGameQuizFullTemplate&amp;cid= 1073577264877</a>

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#12: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-06-05 03:52:01 by BlueTyde

I also found another obnoxious newgroup - misc.consumers.frugal-living.
I was hoping to get some tips there but oh, the language!

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#13: Re: A very informative web site.

Posted on 2006-06-05 16:46:58 by missmoodyblues

I don't frequent ngs with offensive language. I report all the foul
language on this ng as well as the trolls.
BlueTyde wrote:
&gt; I also found another obnoxious newgroup - misc.consumers.frugal-living.
&gt; I was hoping to get some tips there but oh, the language!

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