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Originally posted by zeeblebotso 25 mil for 32 megawatthours of storage, wonder why they put it like they did, 4 mw for 8 hours? Anyway, $780,000 per megawatthour of storage. Wonder how that would stack up to other forms like inertial storage (flywheels in a vacuum) or pumping air into an underground sealed cavern or some such? I guess they put the storage figures like that to show how much energy it could supply at night after PV cells would poop out.
Originally posted by zeeblebotAre you saying they plan to share power between the two towns?
Ojinaga (Manuel Ojinaga) is a town and seat of the municipality of Ojinaga, in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua. As of 2005, the town had a total population of 18,378. It is a rural bordertown on the U.S.-Mexico border, with the city of Presidio, Texas, directly opposite, on the U.S. side of the border. Oji ...[text shortened]... ument, use saxophones and accordions together to create a uniquely Ojinaga-styled norteño music.
Originally posted by zeeblebotAh, yes I was interested in that aspect. Wish I knew what we could do about the drug trade, so violent they threaten the Mexican army.
no, i much doubt it.
the town's probably already affected by the drug trade.
i just thought you'd be interested in the guitar aspect.
Originally posted by zeeblebotInvent a ray gun that zaps drugs to carbon but lets humans go free. That would kill the trade real fast when they try to cross the border with the death powders.
wall off the border.
ban auto/truck traffic across the border.
transparencize cross-border shipping and commutes.