Your Questions About Solar Power International

Mark asks…

How much would I make in France?

I am interested in the mid to middle east areas of France. How much could someone with my skills expect to make in construction?

I have 13 years of experience driving all types of heavy machinery such as backhoe, front end loader, forklift, large trucks often with trailers as well as a variety of smaller vehicles.

I have 10 years in construction building a 3 story family house which is made of stone, chord wood, and traditional lumbar. It also has solar and wind power and a heated floor.

I have close to 4 years as an arborist with some professional training.

Emergency first aid training.

6 Years as a gymnastics coach with professional training. (Leadership skills, team work, able to be organized and organize a team)

International driver's permit.

I have great references, am always early for work, I don't miss days unless it's an emergency.

ssadmin answers:

Try doing a search on www.payscale.com

Betty asks…

One Gallon H20 to O1 H1 H1 requires how much current?

My hope is to use water as the next national and international fuel, replacing fossil fuel. I need to know volts and watts needed to separate clean water molecules into Oxygen 1 and Hydrogen 2 for ONE US GALLON OF WATER.

Is there an accellerant or catalyst applied to water for easier gaseous separation?

Next, I need the power generated by Solar Cells placed on the hood, roof, and upper sides of a chevy van to produce H and O from H2O.

I need these answers to further advance my first hydrogen engine.

ssadmin answers:

Good luck when the sun goes down

unless some is also getting stored

Richard asks…

American news reports of the Aussie Election note that Australia will sign Kyoto leaving the US alone…?

Will people accept that Kyoto is not dead because the international media are picking up that aspect?
The “no need to sign Kyoto” myth was only perpetuated by the LNP party faithful who refused to accept climate change for 11 years and who missed a big boat of opportunity to invest in solar, wind and wave power and make Australia even richer. Typical Liberal mentality is dig it up and sell it.
A smarter nation can do more than that. Here's to an edcation revolution!
oops “education”!, what a bad typo to have 🙂
I just love those answers where people say let's not come to the climate change party because not everyone will be there. Booh hoo! By the same logic I could waste as much water as I like because my neighbour isnt saving water. Some people need to learn what “collective effort” means or admit their real reasons for not wanting Kyoto signed and more done to protect the environment.
Remember you can have an environment without an economy but you can't have an economy without an environment!

ssadmin answers:

Since China has surpassed the United States in pollution and they are a signer of Kyoto does that mean that Kyoto has no teeth.

Lower China's pollution levels before you belly victory for the green movement.

Charles asks…

How long til people stop denying things are getting worse all over the world?

Eighteen Indonesian volcanoes are on “alert” status, two of which are at Alert Level 3, which is called “Siaga”, the Volcanology and Geology Disaster Mitigation Center says.
Aug 7, 2011 – 11:30:49 AM

BEIJING — A typhoon blew down power lines and billboards in the Chinese financial hub of Shanghai on Sunday and aimed at a northeast port city where beaches were closed and sandbags were piled on the waterfront.

Gigantic Iceberg Bumps Canada's Coast as it Drifts South
International Business Times
Sat, 06 Aug 2011 11:04 CDT
An iceberg more than four times the size of Manhattan has been slowly drifting along Canada's eastern seaboard, according to NASA.

An unusual weak coastal earthquake struck the Hadera and Netanya area. The earthquake was felt in Israel and in the Gaza strip.
The current epicenter area can be called as very unusual.
We have NO trace of any historic important earthquakes in the past.
For a lot of people it will be a unique experience.
EMSC reports a magnitude of 4.3 at a depth of 30 km (can be compared as the same intensity as USGS).

Power Companies Prepare as Solar Storms Set to Hit Earth
Scott DiSavino
Reuters
Sat, 06 Aug 2011 00:00 CDT
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Three large explosions from the Sun over the past few days have prompted U.S. government scientists to caution users of satellite, telecommunications and electric equipment to prepare for possible disruptions over the next few days.

“The magnetic storm that is soon to develop probably will be in the moderate to strong level,” said Joseph Kunches, a space weather scientist at the Space Weather Prediction Center, a division of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

He said solar storms this week could affect communications and global positioning system (GPS) satellites and might even produce an aurora visible as far south as Minnesota and Wisconsin.

An aurora, called aurora borealis or the northern lights in northern latitudes, is a natural light display in the sky in the Arctic and Antarctic regions caused by the collision of energetic charged particles with atoms in the high altitude atmosphere. Major disruptions from solar activity are rare but have had serious impacts in the past.
even though we have always had these things you have to be a log on the bottom of the lake or a pure dumbshit not to be noticing how these things and other natural things are getting stronger and more frequent. Deny and say its always happening is a cop out. Ive been monitoring these things only for 3 years and its not herd to see all one need do is open their eyes and see.

The human brain is not unlike a parachute in that it only works when its open.

ssadmin answers:

Yeah it definitely seems like things have been getting worse over the years. More earthquakes, climate changes, ice caps melting, etc. I agree w/ you that a lot of people (not all) are in denial and need to wake up.

David asks…

all what i need is u to ask about this …….?

I need three questions about this article just make any three questions pass ur mind about this article ,, and i will be thank full and best 3 questions i'll choose best answer for the person who answerd it ,, thankx alot .

Nasa delays spacewalk to fix solar wing

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – NASA on Thursday delayed a risky spacewalk to fix a torn solar wing panel on the International Space Station until Saturday, giving engineers more time to plan the unprecedented task.
Dangling from an extension boom, astronaut Scott Parazynski will attempt to install home-made braces to the broken hinges on one of the station's power-collecting wings.
The boom will be mounted on the station's robotic crane to hoist Parazynski nearly to the end of the outstretched span.
The spacewalk had originally been targeted for Friday to allow time for a second repair attempt before space shuttle Discovery departs in case the first one failed.
But with so many new procedures, robotic arm
,operations and safety concerns about having an astronaut work close to an electrically charged device, managers decided allow one more day to plan the outing.
Aboard the station, commander Peggy Whitson and Discovery pilot George Zamka set up an impromptu workshop to fashion aluminum strips into harnesses to take the load off the broken hinges on the station's ripped wing panel.
Wearing protective goggles, the two cut strips of aluminum, taped pieces together for strength and punched holes so wire ties can bind the brace to the damaged solar panel.
The flap tore on Tuesday as astronauts were extending the panel. Engineers are not sure exactly what happened, but fixing the damage has become the top priority of Discovery's extended, 15-day mission.
The shuttle blasted off on October 23 to deliver a new module to the station that has docking ports for Europe's Columbus and Japan's Kibo laboratories, which are scheduled for launches next month and in 2008.
“Without having fixed the p
,operations and safety concerns about having an astronaut work close to an electrically charged device, managers decided allow one more day to plan the outing.
Aboard the station, commander Peggy Whitson and Discovery pilot George Zamka set up an impromptu workshop to fashion aluminum strips into harnesses to take the load off the broken hinges on the station's ripped wing panel.
Wearing protective goggles, the two cut strips of aluminum, taped pieces together for strength and punched holes so wire ties can bind the brace to the damaged solar panel.
The flap tore on Tuesday as astronauts were extending the panel. Engineers are not sure exactly what happened, but fixing the damage has become the top priority of Discovery's extended, 15-day mission.
The shuttle blasted off on October 23 to deliver a new module to the station that has docking ports for Europe's Columbus and Japan's Kibo laboratories, which are scheduled for launches next month and in 2008.
“Without having fixed the p
, robotic arm operations and safety concerns about having an astronaut work close to an electrically charged device, managers decided allow one more day to plan the outing.
Aboard the station, commander Peggy Whitson and Discovery pilot George Zamka set up an impromptu workshop to fashion aluminum strips into harnesses to take the load off the broken hinges on the station's ripped wing panel.
Wearing protective goggles, the two cut strips of aluminum, taped pieces together for strength and punched holes so wire ties can bind the brace to the damaged solar panel.
The flap tore on Tuesday as astronauts were extending the panel. Engineers are not sure exactly what happened, but fixing the damage has become the top priority of Discovery's extended, 15-day mission.
The shuttle blasted off on October 23 to deliver a new module to the station that has docking ports for Europe's Columbus and Japan's Kibo laboratories, which are scheduled for launches next month and in 2008.
“Without havin
“Without having fixed the problem it will be very difficult to get Columbus further along in processing,” said Gregor Woop, a European Space Agency manager overseeing Columbus' launch preparations at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The 27,000-pound lab is slated for liftoff between December 6 and 13 aboard the shuttle Atlantis.
NASA, however, will not clear the shuttle for launch until it is assured the station's broken wing is stable. If the 110-foot wing is not drawn out taut, additional damage could occur, said NASA's space station program manager Mike Suffredini.
Discovery was due to leave the outpost on Monday and return to its Florida home port on Wednesday. NASA needs to fly 11 more construction missions to the station before 2010 when the shuttles are scheduled to be retired.

ssadmin answers:

What additional damage could occur If the 110-foot wing is not drawn out taut?
When in 2010 will the spaceshuttle will be retired?
What is the robotic arm?

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