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"Right now, Denmark is getting a third of its overall electricity needs from off-shore wind farms"
http://www.sciencealert.com/denmark-just-generated-140-of-its-electricity-demand-from-wind-power
Why would people doubt this is possible?
On a particularly windy day last week, Denmark’s wind farms produced between 116 and 140 percent of the national electricity requirements, and they weren’t even operating at their full 4.8GW capacity at the time. Eighty percent of the excess was...
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“My eyes shed streams of tears, because people do not keep your law.” (Psalm 119:136)
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A sobering look at population compared to our usual view based on area. Àn important view for Australians to be reminded of.
 
Where is Australia?
India Grows, Canada Disappears: Mapping Countries By Population Can you find Australia and Canada? The cartogram, made by Reddit user TeaDranks, scales each country's geographic area by its populat...
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Newton's theism was highly relevant to the science he was discovering.
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Interesting ideas, and very revealing of the dangers. The basis for calling them dangerous is different than what one would expect.
The bad guy’s not just at the bus stop anymore. He has entrance right into your kid’s bedroom and hand-held cellphone.
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If everyone can get internet by this means, perhaps there might be a little bit more equality. Perhaps.
OneWeb has announced a satellite constellation concept to make high-speed Internet and telephony available to billions of people lacking access. OneWeb plans to launch a network of satellites to deliver such access affordably, across the world. The Virgin Group and Qualcomm are initial investors for ...
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Wow.
With God as our witness to the truthfulness of the following statement, we thus testify: Never in our sickest nightmares would we ever have believed that the President of Russia, not the POTUS woul...
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Opportunity to help so many people. Such a parasite (causing river blindness) causes so much hardships, it would be good to stop its effects.
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Great thoughts published in National Geographic.
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Justice and hope. Reasons to trust Jesus to bring true justice...
My last column outlined points I made in a February 18 debate at my school, Stevens Institute of Technology, about whether religion and science are compatible. ...
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Giant companies using bold ideas, towards having Internet access everywhere -and make money. 
SAN FRANCISCO — Google likes its ambitions sky high. This time, it has gone a little further. The Internet giant, along with Fidelity, has invested $1 billion in Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX), the private rocketry company founded by Elon Musk. The move could help Google achieve its aim ...
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Impressive. Almost 40% of electricity from wind power. Though they still are not addressing the issue of transport.
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