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75 days ago.
by absolem
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CLEAN... ENERGY

Offshore wind farms from New Jersey to Virginia took a big step closer to reality with the completion of a review that showed the renewable energy source would not cause major environmental damage, officials said today. Wind projects off the coasts of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and New Jersey are being studied. The Mid-Atlantic lease proposal follows the Cape Wind project in Massachusetts that was given the go-ahead in 2010 after 9 years of federal review."No developer should have to wait nine or 10 years," for approval, Salazar said. The response from the developers was "DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA"

 
 

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absolem

no problem...anytime.

Posted 75 days ago.

moderation

thanks for the suggestion absolem.

Posted 75 days ago.

moderation

thanks for the suggestion absolem.

Posted 75 days ago.

absolem

Mod...if interested you can use the following formula to calculate your anticipated reserve in gallons. the formula is

".785 x diameter of pipe squared x depth of water in pipe x 7.48 = gallons of water".

meaurements are in feet. be sure to make the proper conversions if needed before calculating. that same formula will allow you to size capacities of any round container...such as storage tanks and piping.

Posted 76 days ago.

moderation

Actually, southeastern Ohio's geology, given all the shales and clays can be problematic when maintaining a water well, and not so much at the drilling.These days they are drilling, or at least they can drill at a larger diameter and that allows a larger reservoir and the potential for an inner casing to allow a continued supply even in the event of a partial hole collapse.Just thinking....

Posted 76 days ago.

moderation

Thanks,Abby.

Posted 76 days ago.

absolem

Moderation.....sorry for not getting back to you sooner.why do you feel the need for an inner casing? For your own information, you may wish to look up and read Ohio code #3701-28-10. It may answer many of your concerns or questions. If in doubt contact someone with the proper credentials in your area. I hope this helps...your friend...Abby.

Posted 77 days ago.

Ah more idiotic non-sense , now why would the democrats possibly care what you watch since it will be faux or big time wrestling !

Posted 77 days ago.

Coaluser

By skipping commercials. Yes. Don't tell the dumbocrauts though

Posted 77 days ago.

Shopsteward

COAL, with TEVO one should be able to watch it in about 40 minutes

Posted 77 days ago.

Yup, just what we all have come to expect from the likes of coaldust ! Way to show just how bright you are ! Congrats !

Posted 77 days ago.

Coaluser

Democrats are so dumb it takes them an hour and a half to watch 60 MINUTES.

Posted 77 days ago.

Coaluser

ppppppppppppppppppphhhhhhhhhhhhhhttttttttttttttttt. Ducks pharting underwater go blubb blubb.

Posted 77 days ago.

Well coaldust you cant see past your own nose , all you do is get on these forums and spew a whole lotta malarkey and bullsh^t propaganda and I on the other hand only post the facts ! Theres your difference dum-dum !

Posted 77 days ago.

moderation

absolem-The question I had concerning drilled wells is that I was considering inner casing. I don't even know what is recommended. That may be an area that isn't even something that you might know with your anticipated certs.

Posted 77 days ago.

Coaluser

It was all Bushes fault. Now it is all Reagans fault... No democrats are ever at fault. They are really trying their best but others keep messing up their efforts LOL. Boy we sure got alot of R's to hang all this stuff on. How far back we goin?

Posted 77 days ago.

You mean "trickle on" Harry !

Posted 78 days ago.

harryanderson

A revenue-neutral carbon tax would help clean energy.

Exxon is on board, according to Suzanne McCarron, their VP of public and government affairs.

“We support efforts by nations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. When governments are considering policy options, ExxonMobil believes a revenue-neutral carbon tax is the most effective way to manage carbon emissions.”

h ttp://w ww.latimes.c om/opinion/opinion-la/la-le-0314-exxonmobil-climate-change-divestment-blowback-20160314-story.html

Many Republicans support this, according to Ronald Reagan’s trickle-down economics guru, Arthur Laffer.

Posted 78 days ago.

absolem

my surplus is not from a pension....it's the other f'ers that keep wanting it.

Posted 81 days ago.

I never voted for Reagan !

Posted 81 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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