Strange sounds in the skies 0

I’m starting to see a big correlation between these weird noises heard in the skies in many places in the world, and the occurrence of solar flares!
On may 5-6, 2015. The biggest solar flare of 2015, of an X2.7 class occurred. Incidentally a lot of youtube videos were posted of strange noises occurring on the 5-6-7 of may.
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By braikar, 11-05-2015 - 09:46
Stocking energy from renewable energy production machines 0

This is a problem that everyone faces when they try to fulfill their energy requirements by using renewable methods (solar panels, windmills etc.). The energy cannot be stocked, or at least no efficient way exists up to now, large batteries farms are needed and this is not useful at all, this can only be used at very small scales.
The solution I’m presenting now can be applied both at very large scales and very small scales. But most efficiently for very large scales applications. We must rely on the different boiling temperatures of materials. The technical aspects are not my problem, I don’t have the means to look in details into it, but the general idea is quite simple.
Let’s imagine a solar farm that can produce 50 MW at peak, but only 5-10 MW as a median production when the sun is not very strong. All that for a building requiring 20 MW of constant power.

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By braikar, 23-06-2014 - 20:46
The future of the European Union (and the world) 0

As I write, there are groups in at least half of the European countries presenting themselves with an objective of, if they manage to get elected, to remove their country form the European union. Either by using the article 50 of the European treaty or parties wishing to get out without really knowing how.

All I can say is that the European Union won’t disappear, but its structure will slowly and surely change over the next 10 and more years to be more in tune with what the real purpose of the European union has to be!

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By braikar, 11-05-2014 - 13:47
Erosion agricole (fr) 0

De nos jours on est de plus en plus habitués à voir de tels spectacles en cas de forte pluie:
Erosion pluie
Image de: http://unt.unice.fr/uoh/degsol/facteurs-erosion.php

Or ce n’est pas normal du tout! Cela n’est ni plus, ni moins de l’érosion! Qui est due à la destruction des sols causée par l’agriculture intensive.

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By braikar, 17-01-2014 - 21:24
Removing unnecessary jobs 0

This topic must be addressed as often as possible, because most people just can’t understand how that is possible in the current economic paradigm.

Lets look at some examples of what is happening!

In the banking sector, jobs keep disappearing as time goes by; some are evidently outsourced to cheaper countries, but many also just become useless because the internal/external logistics of the bank have been improved.

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By braikar, 14-11-2013 - 20:25
Speed limits on large roads 0

This applies to the Western industrialised society.

Speed limits applied to this day were limits decided around the mid 19′ for cars that do not exists any more. This simple fact is so obvious to me and yet I don’t hear anyone talk about that. Instead I see speed limits being reduced and reduced, more speed cameras installed everywhere. Most importantly a growing disapproval of these measures by the population that feels trapped and under excessive surveillance; it depends on countries though; Germany is the only country trying to find real useful solutions. Read the rest of this entry »

By braikar, 09-05-2013 - 13:12