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TOP STORIES==== Mongolia, with Japanese backing, to focus on renewable energy. Austria- region gets 100% of its electricity from renewables. S. Korea to shift toward renewable energy, natural gas. Marin Clean Energy Opens Solar Field At Chevron's Richmond Refinery. Crude future uncertain in face of renewables. Renewable power will need better energy storage. Substation Tests Batteries That Store Energy From Renewable Sources. US- Vermont sets a leading model for renewable energy. Watch the video to see all these and many more... SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/w3A8IS Don't forget to subscribe for upcoming videos - Richard Aguilar My Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYzz2SkhAaM0FDKuGk-IPZg MY Twitter and Google Plus: https://twitter.com/gygenministries https://plus.google.com/u/0/+RichardHansAguilar Thanks for watching... #theBTNews #renewableenergy #theRiseofRenewableEnergy #renewableenergy101 #alternativeenergy #renewableenergysources
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Shannon Gibson (1 month ago)
Really enjoy it. Let's check Avasva plans also
watchulla (2 months ago)
Community grids could help with this.
Shantay Madison (3 months ago)
Go to Avasva page if you want to learn how to build it yourself
Living In Samsara (4 months ago)
go green ! yeah ...
Kuba Zakrzewicz (4 months ago)
@tesla
Richard Dixon (5 months ago)
If it grows a lot it’ll be s tiny niche market
sywaddr11 (5 months ago)
If government is stepping in, they can build the road as car electricity supply station, so the car can be refueled while driving on main road, but become the electrical supply transfer car while they are off main road to rural areas. With the roadway mapping, the power supply chain will also connected.
Elek (5 months ago)
Please don"t tell such things , the temprature is highy correleted with sun acitvty .- that's the all .
kim weaver (6 months ago)
Hey, all you fossil fuel shills...... if renewable energy wasn't profitable, there wouldn't be the kind of investments in it that we see occurring.  It's here to stay and will push fossil fuels off the table.
Richard Dixon (5 months ago)
kim weaver hey religious nutbag, it’s only a tiny niche for those of you Financial illiterates
Jason Johnson (6 months ago)
Have they ever thought about a magneedle in every home charging the battery in houses on demand duh verry simple fix
TheKingkingg (6 months ago)
Guys... It's not a one solution to the problem, as many ideas is necessary.
Patricia MacLeod (6 months ago)
Net zero! Yes. I seem to remember hearing about a school in the UK where the students had to hop on a mat by the entrance to participate in power generation.
Watta World (6 months ago)
Arizona took away all incentives because they want to sell you solar power. They don't want people to have solar cells on theor homes. Just more government corruption, working with the utilities.
Richard Dixon (5 months ago)
AO and in Nevada solar city was kicked out due to lying to customers
Marcus Fleuti (6 months ago)
California is facing *14 Million tons* of toxic waste from solar per year already. Japan is at around 300’000 Tons. The next generation will need to tidy up the mess we do today. Solar destroys what it tries to preserve: nature. Reason: very low energy density is the reason for gigantic ressource requirements. Compared with millions of tons of toxic waste from solar per year, the few thousand kg of nuclear waste produced in the last 60 years is like child’s play. Especially since nuclear waste can be turned into energy again with today’s technology and is not even waste.
Robbo (21 days ago)
The more you invest in renewable energies, the more efficient they become. Or do you want to burn coal and produce nuclear waste forever? Lots of money are spent in fusion research but still no production whatsoever to this date. You people lack of long term vision.
Marcus Fleuti (5 months ago)
@Apjooz You need to put this into perspective to the TWh produced and the lifespan. A solar panel lasts in average about 17 years and produces about 1'800 - 2'300 kWh Energy per m2 in its lifetime(!!!). With a LFTR with a reactor size of 1m3 (1m2 area) the power output can be around 8'760'000'000'000 kWh per year In comparison to that the solar panel would need to be produced, delivered, installed and used within 82 seconds. But it takes 17 years instead... Meeeh... :)
Marcus Fleuti (5 months ago)
+theKingkingg Solar+Wind means even more government. Because those technologies need to be subsidized a lot more than any other technology on the market government plays a key role in distributing the money from the tax payers to the solar+wind industries. I'd wish that private companies will build Thorium Molten Salt Reactors. Even if they would charge 10x as much for the electricity and become billionaires with this technology - it would still be much cheaper than any other power source, more environmentally friendly, more sustainable, cleaner etc. and government would not need to steal money from the taxpayer to build a power infrastructure that is proven to fail in large scales.
Marcus Fleuti (5 months ago)
@whykhr THANK YOU! It's exactly like you say. Germany had to build 20+ coal power plants because they installed lots of solar+wind.
Marcus Fleuti (5 months ago)
@John Thaller Solar is primarily built with energy deriving from coal. You want to reduce coal emissions? Building solar is definitely the wrong way to go. Solar = A highly inefficient way of burning coal.
Jerry Henkel (6 months ago)
The third world will lead the change. If you have a few solar panels and you can charge a cell phone, run a radio or tv and a few LED lights you are living large. Kinda like how Africa skipped land line phones and went straight to cell phones.
whykhr (6 months ago)
UAE is currently building four Korean APR-1400's in UAE, starting from scratch, construction began in July 2012, first reactor to be finished this year, ahead of schedule, all four 5.6 GWe operating in 2020, @ $20B for avg 5.2 GW or $3.9B/GWavg. That is 1/3rd the cost of solar or wind which still requires fossil shadowing power (~80% fossil, 20% wind/solar), the Nuclear needs no fossil. And the nuclear is reliable 24/7, windy/calm, summer/winter, cold spell/hot spell power for 60-100yrs vs the wind lasting for 8-20yrs and the solar 18-25 yrs.
Apjooz (6 months ago)
They should just finance a nuclear power plant, would only take them 10,000 years.
Marcus Fleuti (6 months ago)
Jerry Henkel Illusion. Solar is way too expensive for those people. And to enable it as a reliable power source you need even more expensive batteries. Only rich countries can afford solar.
Mark Heslep (6 months ago)
Nonsense. No country in the word gets more than 1/4 of its juice from solar and wind, and its expensive.
Mark Heslep (5 months ago)
Alan Land Agreed, but solar and wind visibly do not eliminate combustion power plants. At best, they throttle them back a little, at great cost. See for example Germany, with nearly the same size coal fleet capacity in place today that it had 20 years ago. See instead France, Sweden, Ontario which obliterated their combustion power fleet decades ago with nuclear power.
Alan Land (5 months ago)
"Grows smaller" - do your that statement is OXYMORONIC? LOL The tenets of Moore's law also apply to the economic of mass production... PV panels are circuits, and they increase in power and decrease in cost, just like ICs.
Mark Heslep (5 months ago)
Alan Land Moore's law applies to integrated circuits because the size of a circuit physically grows *smaller* over time. Cars, airplanes, and solar PV panels are not integrated circuits.
Alan Land (5 months ago)
Combustion technology must be replaced. Cancer and respiratory are the biggest human killers of all, and they are linked to combustion technology. Screw "Global Warming." We need to BREATHE CLEAN AIR.
Mark Heslep (5 months ago)
John Thaller More than a dozen countries have been over 90% hydro for decades, some for a century. Iceland also is almost all hydro (not geothermal. The point being, no more rivers are being built. A lot more coal is being built globally however, 50GW to 100 GW each year of new coal plants. See France for an alternative of 95% clean power, most of it built in 15 years.
Tristan Firomski (6 months ago)
WHY is there no small wind like Kelso Energies Vertical Axis Wind Turbines
John Thaller (6 months ago)
Small wind turbines are really not that good, very low power output, whether vertical or traditional. Good for keeping batteries on a boat charged (when the boat is not in use. they don't provide much power for running things like winches, or thrusters).
Marcus Fleuti (6 months ago)
Tristan Firomski because ressource consumption is very big, they are complex and thus even more expensive. Wind turbines are already close to costing more than what they can produce (EROI is between 1.5 and 2.5 depending on where it is installed). Wind turbines are the stupidest form of energy production anyway. 7000 tons of ressources for a tiny bit of intermittent energy.
Larry Davis (6 months ago)
Older clean romantic comedies
Steve M (6 months ago)
Let America rot, when all you need is 100 by 100 miles of solar to power the country, only complete retards wouldnt be looking into this to power the country. Everybody else in the world is moving forward, meeting or beating their targets.....So America, hows all this winning feel?
John Thaller (6 months ago)
Not all Americans are for the current rejection of renewables. We need a new administration, one that is not paid off by the fossil fuel companies. I don't know when this will happen, but hopefully sooner than later.
Marcus Fleuti (6 months ago)
Steve M Germany has tried for 20 years now and is failing. It’s a nice dream but not working in the real world. It only works on very small scales (like rich house owners who can afford it while the poor man pays the subsidies to make it at least somewhat worthwhile for the rich to put up the panels onto his roof). Even then power output from solar costs 2-3x more.
Danny Moore (6 months ago)
Nothing amazing about it, anything subsidized is going to accelerate.
John Thaller (6 months ago)
Yep, like coal and nuclear were/are.
Apjooz (6 months ago)
Come over here buddy, cry against my shoulder.
Alan Land (6 months ago)
They are still ignoring (or rather forbidding access) the zero point energy demonstrated by Tesla, T.Townsend Brown, and the captured German "bell" technology. The current elite cartel is doing everything they can to retain control over energy and keep it "on the grid" to guarantee their control. The last thing they want is a dilution of their power base by true democratic systems replacing their monolithic grid control.
Kyle Towers (6 months ago)
Conspiratard much?
Alan Land (6 months ago)
It's not explainable here, but it's like radio... using the magnetoshpere as a source. Look up Tesla and Zero Point Energy. You'll need a lot more than a couple of sentences to understand it.
Alan Land (6 months ago)
Marcus Fleuti - unfortunately, before we can answer that, it needs to be “declassified,” as the current oil oligarchies are keeping all that research classified as secret to protect their monopolies.
Marcus Fleuti (6 months ago)
I mean: how does zero point energy work? From where does it come from, how can it be obtained and used as energy source?
Alan Land (6 months ago)
Interesting conundrum. You can doubt they work because you don't get to see the science behind them. At the same time, I believe they probably work because the government is spending so much effort keeping them "secret."
Roger Reimer (6 months ago)
No such thing as renewable energy solar panel take 22 elements to make like copper zinc and 20 more all have to be smelted some with coal or massive amounts of electric power for aluminum then the solar panel last about 15 to 25 years depending on the quality then land fill and if recycled you need more coal ..... NOTE the silicon wafers have to be cleaned with acid and the acid wash has destroyed two rivers in China...there is no free lunch no free energy ... Wind Mills are worse 240,000 tons of C02 to make an 80 meter wind turbine which last 25 to 35 depending on how it is constructed and where it is used.
Roger Reimer (5 months ago)
I am on old age pension working part time I wished some one would pay me, but do your research every thing takes energy to make solar panels, will mills, tide power and you have to see how much C02 it takes to make the product and how much energy the product will produce in its life time (nothing last for ever) and you will find the solar panels take to most energy (C02) wind Mills are very high even hydro dams if you take the vegetation destroyed all have a foot prints dams are the largest. I not saying coal is good but that depends on the type of coal (over 30 types of coal but main two are metallurgical and thermal ). Natural gas is more than likely the best to produce electric power.... but not perfect.
ftbsecret (6 months ago)
Roger, you are a troll, I see you on all renewables vids posting the same lies. How much do they pay you?
Roger Reimer (6 months ago)
All what I said is factual if you wand the research I have it documented YOU DON't you just lie
Kyle Towers (6 months ago)
Fossil fuel shill sock puppet alert!
jshoffner67 Shoffner (6 months ago)
Remember its called "climate change" and not "global warming" because there is NO global warming. The buzz word has to be changed since there scientific data is manipulated.
Kyle Towers (5 months ago)
Richard Dixon, if I were to stipulate, but not concede, your claim regarding costs, there remains the matter of externalities not reflected in the price of fossil fuel-based energy. Something that a denialist, or likely shill, such as yourself surely denies exists.
Richard Dixon (5 months ago)
John Thaller waist your money. If it was cheaper everyone would have panels. Nobody puts return on investment as a hurdle. Financial illiteracy is near 100 with you ecoterrorist
John Thaller (6 months ago)
Really, no global warming? Hmmm. Not what most scientists say, nor what a lay person can see from looking at global temperatures. But you are stuck on stupid, so no sense talking to you.
Kyle Towers (6 months ago)
This denial industry Big Lie has been refuted a million times. GW causes CC. The term, CC, has been around all along. It's part of IPCC, which was founded in 1988. Colloquially, they've been used interchangeably but the majority usage did change from GW to CC. The reason for this change was because the entire denial industry as well as the Republican politicians that it owns all began using CC in unison and everyone else followed suit. Why did they do that? Because Frank Luntz, the Republican spin-meister extraordinaire, focus-grouped denial industry talking points and issued a report (available online) advising Republicans to use CC because it sounds less urgent. FACTS. They're a bitch.
John Thaller (6 months ago)
What do you mean there is no global warming? You are not with it. Get off the Fox News network and do independent research on the topic. Well, or you could stay stuck on a lie.
Mark Gigiel (6 months ago)
I'm glad Chevron did something good. If you read what they did in Africa you would cry.
whykhr (6 months ago)
Chevron did nothing good. Chevron knows solar = burn more natural gas.
Mark Gigiel (6 months ago)
The world is in a slow collapse. We need to abandon growth and live sustainably as much as possible. Population is problem #1, global warming: problem #2, resource scarcity problem #3, food and water somewhere in between depending on the others. I don't have a positive outlook. It takes a lot of oil to make and install the solar cells and batteries in the video and maintain them.
whykhr (6 months ago)
No the #1 problem by far-and-away is CORRUPTION. We can easily replace fossil, supply all the resources we need and supply sufficient food and water, but our politicians are owned by the Oiligarchs and Banksters who don't want any of that to happen.
Buddy Reynolds (6 months ago)
Save the saveable. The others will take care of themselves. Zero sum and conservatism can go hand in hand. Any government should be used for common defence, support civil liberties and international relations. Social justice and other issues lay squarely on the shoulders of those who have common decency and good moral character. We are replacing descency and good moral character with government control all around the world. Families are being destroyed and replaced by gangs of social justice warriors who have an agenda of control. Social justice programs will only make a more dependent less independent people who must confirm or be crushed. The irony is that social justice only serves to enslave the population not to set it free. I believe in renewable energy, I own solar, wind and am working on hydro as well. It is a tool to independent living and not a vehicle to social justice. Teach good moral character and common decency to your children teach your children to finish school, get a job and don't have kids till you, not your government, can support them. Everything else, barring external corruption, will work it's way out.
Marcus Fleuti (6 months ago)
#2 is not a problem. Global cooling will be.
Windwalker Rangel (6 months ago)
https://instituteforenergyresearch.org/analysis/big-winds-dirty-little-secret-rare-earth-minerals/ not so clean energy. the process of making a lot of these so called clean energy materials and solar panels is pound per pound more toxic than oil or natural gas based on their efficiency. https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-07-13-solar-panel-manufacturing-devastates-the-environment-with-toxic-heavy-metals-warns-report.html
Windwalker Rangel (6 months ago)
TheKingkingg nope, but until we get to the point where we can find a more effective solution, we need to sto bitching about our current fossil fuel usage.
TheKingkingg (6 months ago)
Windwalker Rangel so are suggesting we do not improve them? Or continue with non renewable resources? Are you a part of finding problems, or finding solutions?
Kyle Towers (6 months ago)
Fossil fuel shill sock puppet alert!
Windwalker Rangel (6 months ago)
I am part of R&D for my company, and have been doing research in storage materials and power efficient hardware and materials. But so far we are far from being where we need for efficiency of output and storage. But work continues.
MrMeanderthal (6 months ago)
Amazing! The Rise of Renewable Energy Worldwide is BECAUSE of POLITICS and GOVERNMENT REQUIREMENTS, INVESTMENTS, REGULATION,  and TAXES... in reality if these were regular companies without government funding they would NOT be successful
John Thaller (6 months ago)
Nor would coal. Why is Trump considering subsidizing coal? Because it is no longer the best economic choice.
Marcus Fleuti (6 months ago)
IMO you're all right. Solution: No subsidies for everybody and the best technology shall win!
Serge Rijkenberg (6 months ago)
Lol so it pays more in taxes as its gross income? Or do you mean Taxes paid are more as subsidies recieved? If the second still look at the past for 50 years oil subsidies have been huge all through their development stage, and majority of subsidies are going to fossil fuels still. You can bent it to say on a product basis the new technology gets more subsidies, sources are not clear about that but that might be true. I gave a very basic source, it is very common knowledge that oil companies get much more subsidies just look at any source like the IEA: https://www.iea.org/newsroom/energysnapshots/estimates-for-global-fossil-fuel-consumption-subsidies.html https://electrek.co/2016/12/19/fossil-fuel-subsidies-vs-renewable-energy-subsidies/ https://www.vox.com/energy-and-environment/2017/10/6/16428458/us-energy-subsidies https://www.forbes.com/sites/ucenergy/2017/02/01/the-200-billion-fossil-fuel-subsidy-youve-never-heard-of/ It is plain twisting facts if you claim solar only works because of subsidies when all energy sources are hugely supported with subsidies. And all independent sources will clearly show you solar and wind are the only technologies with a possibility of a future without subsidies. Because solar simply is cheaper as coal at the moment. Thats why private investments are globaly pouring into the solar industry, it is simply the future
Vangel Vesovski (6 months ago)
You are making claims that you cannot support. Take a look at how much tax a company like Exxon and you see that it pays far more in taxes than it gets from the sale of its products. That is not true for solar and wind.
TheKingkingg (6 months ago)
We need Hydrogen power, and turning garbage into fuel
whykhr (6 months ago)
Burning waste is a stupid and polluting use of valuable carbon. We need carbon for liquid fuel feedstock. The rational use of biomass and carbon waste is direct conversion into methanol which can easily replace gasoline in vehicles.
TheKingkingg (6 months ago)
John Thaller awesome
John Thaller (6 months ago)
I wish people would do the research on hydrogen's viability as a fuel. I am all for burning garbage by the way. I ran a boiler operation that burned waste wood, it was a marvelous operation. We got the wood from various sources, lumber mills, scrap wood from the dump, even a drop off center. We did have to deal with the ash as it had zinc in it from the nails. It was treated as a toxic waste and landfilled accordingly.
TheKingkingg (6 months ago)
Marcus Fleuti you are right about creating garbage, and hydrogen fuel not enough, but are not moving toward a cleaner and better future if we don't use them.
Marcus Fleuti (6 months ago)
Hydrogen = highly inefficient and cannot be stored in large quantities. Here in Switzerland we already turn garbage into energy. It has become a ressource and you have to pay for garbage. It makes sense though since garbage needs to be collected anyway but it's nowhere near sufficient to power our country. Artificially producing more garbage to fit energy needs does not really make sense either ;)
dwf dwf (6 months ago)
with a 30% tariff placed on Solar panels does not look like the US government wants Solar to be advanced.
guringai (5 months ago)
With President Fucknuckle in charge few things will turn out well.
Alan Land (6 months ago)
Tarriffs go right into the government coffers, so all they succeed in doing is making everything cost more.
John Thaller (6 months ago)
At least not with the current administration.
dwf dwf (6 months ago)
There are way more jobs for installers, maintainers and sellers than there will ever be for manufacturers, the tariff is just a tax grab in an area they do not want to succeed.
monkey saiyen (6 months ago)
If we replaced half our roads with solar roads with energy storage we would have all the energy we could ever need
Clive Timbrell (6 months ago)
Funny this post looks surprisingly like one above by the same poster. Maybe he's got nothing new to say. Both posted at the same time. I can't believe even he buys this bull****.
Roger Reimer (6 months ago)
No such thing as renewable energy solar panel take 22 elements to make like copper zinc and 20 more all have to be smelted some with coal or massive amounts of electric power for aluminum then the solar panel last about 15 to 25 years depending on the quality then land fill and if recycled you need more coal ..... NOTE the silicon wafers have to be cleaned with acid and the acid wash has destroyed two rivers in China...there is no free lunch no free energy ... Wind Mills are worse 240,000 tons of C02 to make an 80 meter wind turbine which last 25 to 35 depending on how it is constructed and where it is used.
Twirlip Of The Mists (6 months ago)
monkey saiyen Solar is good. Solar roads are stupid and bad. Okay? I swear it's true. For ten reasons. Look it up.
Bob Jackson (6 months ago)
For countries with solar, wind and hydro, cut back on daytime hydro production and use stored capacity at night when the solar production is not available. A cheaper better option than huge batteries (with a limited service life).
Pascal (6 months ago)
Sound is not aligned Most of americans are brainwashed by their low level of education, they think they are the center of the world... As any wide civilization, there are exceptions, so of course US have some great minds, as Europe and Asia have too. As an European, I see that North America is more stuck in 60-70's than ahead of his time. Do not hide the forest with your tree
Roger Reimer (6 months ago)
No such thing as renewable energy solar panel take 22 elements to make like copper zinc and 20 more all have to be smelted some with coal or massive amounts of electric power for aluminum then the solar panel last about 15 to 25 years depending on the quality then land fill and if recycled you need more coal ..... NOTE the silicon wafers have to be cleaned with acid and the acid wash has destroyed two rivers in China...there is no free lunch no free energy ... Wind Mills are worse 240,000 tons of C02 to make an 80 meter wind turbine which last 25 to 35 depending on how it is constructed and where it is used.
Dennis Gaffney (6 months ago)
The US is a republic in name only
Mark Gigiel (6 months ago)
Fascist Oligarchy. And Imperialist. I love my wife and she won't leave. All that family stuff. So I gotta support the revolution and hope for the best.
Aaron Jennings (6 months ago)
Hey here a hint for you guys, the US is not the centre of the world. Over 60% of this video is US and US government are contributing the less than any other country involved in the change to renewable energy. They pulled out the Paris agreement and are falling way behind all other nations on renewable energy. In this topic the US the are 3rd world country holding back everyone else. I’m sorry for those companies and states that are individually making their contribution and efforts. My praise goes to them.
Alan Land (6 months ago)
More than that. Their agenda is political power, which they own, and do NOT want to give up.
Scott Bros (6 months ago)
Alan Land Profits The owners.of the oil companies make money on carbon taxes and all the energy markets. ⚡
Alan Land (6 months ago)
Aaron, the US is still very much run by an oil oligarchy. While TPB recognize the need to transition, they are "taking care of their own" by slowing down enough to let the big money get repositioned into "ownership" of the new technologies.
Magnifico Geronimo (6 months ago)
"solar and wind only work when the sun shines" AmeriLard retardness at its best. That's the no.1 US export.
Daniel de Meuron (6 months ago)
Audio does unfortunately not match.
Robert Galletta (6 months ago)
zinc choro hydrate battery
Robert Galletta (6 months ago)
run 350 mw dynamos in a cascade
Drew B (6 months ago)
Audio from a different video?
Russell Fine Arts (6 months ago)
We're seeing the last days of oil and coal in the world. Wind, solar and battery storage are growing so rapidly, oil and coal are having to scale back and will be bust in the coming 2-3 decades.
Iain Reid (4 months ago)
Russel, you are deluded, perhaps blinded by your emplyment. You must be aware that some days you hove very littele renewable energy power (E.g. January 2017 Germany had virtually no wind or solar output for the whoile month). Batteries of that magnitude to cover that shortfall are not affordable now or in the long term.. I hear little of the extra capacity required, over and above grid supply to recharge depleted batteries. Germany is crazy to shut down viable, stable nuclear generation, but thermal stations will still be required for decades to come.
Richard Dixon (5 months ago)
Russell Fine Arts Germany is the opposite of clean, they paid us 25 billion over diesel gate. In no way are they cleaner, out emission standards are way higher
Roger Reimer (6 months ago)
German is buying 20% of their coal from the USA 30% from Russia the rest from south America 80% of German power now comes from coal LOOK IT UP
Roger Reimer (6 months ago)
German even imports 20% of their coal from the USA and 30% from Russia
Watta World (6 months ago)
We need to invest in renewable energy and stop funding oil and all foreign wars. WE are the world's biggest terrorist.
Georg Spengler (6 months ago)
Unfortunately energy production accounts only for a quarter of carbon emissions. How do we deal with the remaining 75%?
Marcus Fleuti (6 months ago)
THANK YOU! People think they can replace coal and oil with just a few solar panels. Far beyond reality.
TameTusker Silly (6 months ago)
Is that so? That is nice.:) I must think of investing in companies that are in this business of lab-grown meat.:) I grew up a vegetarian in India( I live in Canada now) where about 35-40% of the population is strictly vegetarian. Vegetarian cuisine in India is delicious. And, an Olympian from India, a man called SUSHIL KUMAR who won an Olympic medal in men's wrestling assures people in India that he has been a vegetarian throughout life So I guess vegetarian diet supplies enough for an Olympic athlete.??
Georg Spengler (6 months ago)
Lab grown meat will be on the market very soon, around 2020. And I guess it will soon be cheaper than natural one.
Paul Faso (7 months ago)
EVUR - ELECTRIC VEHICLE UNLIMITED RANGE - www.evur.us It's going to hit so hard and fast, words will not be enough to describe the event.
Richard Dixon (5 months ago)
Religious nuts are funny
Marcus Fleuti (6 months ago)
Fair enough. I put this onto my list of things to study further. Although the EVUR theories contradict the first law of thermodynamics which makes it look rather weird.
Paul Faso (6 months ago)
Don't really care if you never stop laughing except to take the time a bone up on materials regarding superconductivity. You may want to read the latest from the Department of Energy at Brookhaven National Laboratory. Then get into the non linear lattice dynamics as well as self doping room temperature superconductivity being conducted in Sweden that are groundbreaking approaches.(mag-lev trains). There are many material science guys who will laugh you out of their labs with results.(Max Planck Society).
Paul Faso (6 months ago)
"Perpetual harvesting" has nothing to do with "Perpetual Motion"
whykhr (7 months ago)
Try explaining all these deal breaker problems with wind & solar away: Extreme low EROI (Energy Return on Invested) of wind & solar. Ferroni found a full lifecyle EROI for Switzerland in Solar PV of 0.82:1. Onshore wind has an EROI of 16:1, but with basic one day storage that declines to 3.9:1. Solar in a moderate climate is just a new-fangled way to burn fossil fuels. You need a minimum EROI of 14:1 to run a modern industrial civilization with health care, education, arts & culture, transportation, military, legal system, pensions. Extreme seasonal variation of wind & solar. i.e. Britain, Germany, Canada, Russia many places 6:1 ratio summer: winter months. With energy demand max in winter. No known storage method to compensate for that. As well as much larger weekly and monthly variations, and wind & solar being typical minimum during cold winter spells when demand is max, wind typically is min during hot summer heat spells when demand is max, and all of wind, solar & hydro peak together in spring when demand is min. That is energy inefficiency on steroids. There is no storage available for those major variations. And solar is min during nighttime when EVs are charging. These vast wind & solar variations mean one thing and one thing only, you guessed it, burn more Fossil Fuels, fight more Oil Wars, Gas Pipeline Wars and Petrodollar Wars. High cost of wind & solar. Easily 2-10X the cost of factory built molten salt reactors. Not economically feasible. It would collapse our economy. Even the wealthiest nation in Europe, failed miserably, whereas France succeeded in 25 yrs with ancient one-at-a-time build nuclear. Fact that wind & solar only replaces a bit of natural gas fuel worth 2 cents/kwh in USA & Canada. Does not replace any fossil infrastructure. In fact adds infrastructure (i.e. storage, long distance transmission, grid stability batteries). Extreme geographic unsuitability of wind & solar. Solar is pathetic in the north, rainy & cloudy areas, mountainous areas. Wind is pathetic in vast regions. Extreme land use of wind & solar, easily over 50X more than nuclear, many areas do not have sufficient underutilized land areas of that magnitude. Extreme transmission cost of wind & solar. Wind transmission must be oversized by ~3x, solar by 5-10X. More than 300km transmission costs as much as a NPP of similar size. Necessity for storage just to cover daily variation pushes solar & wind costs sky high, far above nuclear, and forces EROI so low it is really just another way to burn fossil. Storage for weekly, monthly and seasonal variation is unavailable. Extreme difficulty of wind & solar to supply the 63% of the world's energy supply that is thermal energy (not incl electricity primary energy), hasn't even made a remote dent in that segment. Extreme vulnerability of wind & solar to climate change, windy & sunny areas will shift causing extreme & disastrous changes in energy supply, which we are already seeing in hydro plants built where there was once plenty of rainfall, and now experiencing decades of drought. The Jet Stream position is strongly affected by the reduced polar to equatorial temperature differential caused by climate change. Extreme vulnerability of wind & solar to materials shortages. Solar uses 84X the material inputs per kwh as nuclear. Wind uses over 50X the steel & copper, 34X the concrete of current nuclear, much more than that for Molten Salt reactors. It is extremely dubious we will have sufficient copper & rare earth elements to supply what wind & solar would need. Add storage to the equation and there is no chance we will have the materials needed. And you still need the vast materials to maintain a fossil fuel backup energy supply, all the supply chains going all the way to Middle East Oil fields and military protection. The mammoth waste problem of wind and solar. Wind turbines only last 8-20yrs. Solar 10-25 yrs. A solar PV powered world would generate 63 thousand X the waste of a nuclear powered world. Even at 0.15% of world energy, solar PV is already causing huge piles of solar panels that we have no capability to dispose of or recycle properly. The extreme difficulty of ramping up Wind & Solar. Note severe material requirements above. Nuclear build-rates have historically been minimum 4X faster than wind's maximum and 10X faster than Solar's fastest 4 year build rate period. In spite of the massive subsidies wind & solar have gotten compared to nuclear, per unit energy generated. Wind is 17X and Solar is 140X higher subsidies per kwh than for Nuclear. That's just US federal and doesn't include all the vast state & local subsidies. And that's just one-at-time nuclear construction, not modern factory built molten salt reactors. After spending over $2 trillion, solar and wind are only up to 0.7% of world energy supply, with world energy increasing by 1%/yr and most of the current installed solar & wind will have to be replaced in the next 10-15yrs. To add misery to madness all the wind or solar is doing is replacing a bit of natural gas fuel, worth 2 cents/kwh in the US, with cycling inefficiencies taken into account really only replacing 1.2-1.6 cents/kwh while they are paying 6 to 80 cents/kwh, not including large additional subsidies like 3X oversized transmission, grid stability batteries, curtailments, increased gas generation & supply costs, increased baseload generation costs, cycling fuel loss costs, low & even negative pricing losses of surplus wind (power when you don’t want it), high price imports when wind is low (no power when you want it), increased gas heating costs and horrendously expensive energy storage costs. And with no fuel supply diversity, you are extraordinarily vulnerable to a natural gas supply shortage, vulnerable in both heat & electricity, a disaster waiting to happen.
Kyle Towers (6 months ago)
whykhr, for your info., I am pronuclear but only pro-next generation, inherently safe, high burn fraction reactors and fuel cycles. Unlike you, however, I am also strongly pro-wind and pro-solar - because I'm not paid to deny reality.
whykhr (6 months ago)
Kyle Big Oil's electricity plan is 80% NG/LNG greenwashed with 20% Wind/Solar. If you support solar you most definitely are a fossil fuel shill. Unlike you, I support the only realistic plan to get the World off of fossil within 3 decades.
whykhr (6 months ago)
The only way you get any roi is because of incredible unheard-of-ever subsidies. Build an unsubsidized off-grid solar and then tell us what your cost of electricity is. And you still won't be able to handle one cloudy day never mind seasonal variation. You will still need to burn a lot of fossil.
Lavender a (7 months ago)
👍mashallah

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