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Bill Davis
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Retired electronics design engineer
Retired electronics design engineer

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I appreciate readers and their comments... I really do. A note appears when you indicate that you going to comment on a post I have made which provides guidelines for you to consider as you comment and for me as I moderate those comments. But alas those gui...
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LDL Cholesterol Particle Size and Number What Gives ? Posted on  February 27, 2018 LDL Particle Size and Particle Number, What Gives? Ron is a 72 year old retired engineer, and has a total cholesterol of 174 which hasn’t changed over the seven years we have...
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Windmill Self-Destructs in Hurricane Irma Winds
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During its lifetime, it delivered 243 GWh to the Danish electricity grid. This means that the actual amount of electricity generated was 22% of that which would have been generated if it had delivered 5 MW all the time for 25 years. In technical terms, it had a load factor of 0.22.
Since the average household’s annual use of energy in Denmark[4] is 5000 kWh, we can calculate that the windfarm’s anticipated energy output was 438 GWh over its 25-year lifetime. The actual total of 243 GWh was therefore only 55% of that expectation.
the windmill spent 75% of its life paying off the £10 million cost of its construction, and most of the rest paying for maintenance. In terms of effective energy revenue, the return on input cost was close to 1:1. The individual project may have been just profitable, but the project is insufficiently productive...
Other windfarms have performed even worse.

The lesson learned from the considerations discussed above is that wind farms like these early examples could not power a modern economy unless assisted by substantial fossil-fuelled energy.
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Statins in the Drinking Water? - Packer
Statins in the Drinking Water? by  Milton Packer,  MedPage Today "Universal treatment for people at minimal risk means that a physician would need to treat more than 100 patients for 10 years to obtain an extra year of good health in one person. This margin...
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Today's Top Climate Fraud : Fake News About The Northwest Passage: http://youtu.be/7uHWU8-f258?a
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If their little system is dismantled, the elite will be forever disabled. It has taken the imperialists decades to build their pay-to-play scheme on the backs of middle Americans. They will do anything to save the Titanic now. So creating yet another film of pure lies and scare tactics about a Chicken Little “sky is falling” falsehood is right in keeping.

The lies are so thinly veiled these days that even the sheeple are waking up.
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Enforcing The 97% Consensus Has ‘Generated Further Doubt’ About Global Warming climatechangedispatch.com/enforcing-the-
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