De nuon reclame gezien met die leuke lampjes in de Sahara? Website gekeken?
Bij mij begon er iets te jeuken toen ik op de Nuon site las dat ze met
300 miljoen spaarlampjes ‘de hele sahara’ willen verlichten. Met mijn
vmbo-niveau (theoretische leerweg) kan ik dat nog wel uitrekenen…
300.000.000 spaarlampen op 9.065.000 km2 Sahara?
= 33 lampen per vierkante kilometer…
= 1 lamp moet 30.000 vierkante meter verlichten…
sterk lampje hoor…
Maar de hele reclamefilm en onderliggende berekening kloppen ook niet
Met z’n allen – inclusief industrie en transport – gebruiken we aan
energie 2698 PetaJoule per jaar (CBS 2007)
Huishoudens doen daarvan 920 PetaJoules ( 1 PJ = 278 kWh) aan gas en
30% van 920 = 276 maal 278 miljoen kWh = 76.728.000.000 kWh
Dat lijkt veel maar “de hele sahara” is wel 9.065.000 vierkante
Dus die 30% die wij met z’n allen verspillen is dan 8464 kWh per jaar
per vierkante kilometer Sahara
Nuon zegt nog: Dag en Nacht…
Dat betekent (8464/(365×24)) 966 W per vierkante kilometer… 100
spaarlampen ( van 10 watt) op een vierkante kilometer? Dat is 1 lamp
Kijk nog eens naar dat plaatje: dat klopt dus echt niet met de
afbeeldingen in de
Ach waarom zou je in de Sahara een boek willen lezen, terwijl we hier
al niet kunnen rekenen… Nuon wordt aanbevolen door WCeend!
After three years of pursuing a home health aide in Brooklyn who has never even used a computer, the RIAA has announced it’s ready to throw in the towel. Only thing; it wants the dismissal to be ‘without prejudice’ so it won’t be liable for attorney’s fees. The courts have been saying that where a copyright plaintiff gives up, the defendant is presumptively entitled to an attorney’s fee award. So, Ms. Lindor says ‘no way.’ She wants the dismissal to be ‘with prejudice,’ and she wants her attorney’s fees.
no-one can hear you…. oh, well, go look for yourself…
Citing his unassailable qualifications as a tortured POW, imprisoned U.S. citizen Jose Padilla has announced plans to run for U.S. President.
Spokesman Carolyn Jenkins said Padilla has proven his qualifications for President over the last several years, as he has been kidnapped, repeatedly tortured and then imprisoned. Jenkins said that Padilla main platform as a candidate will be to “Stop kidnapping, illegally holding, torturing and imprisoning U.S. citizens.”
Reactions to Padilla`s announcement were swift as many pundits quickly proclaimed that jailed terrorists have no business running for President.
“Padilla is a terrorist who wanted to kill as many people as he could for his own ideology,” said Charles Krauthammer. “The United States cannot afford to have a bloodthirsty ideologue run the nation.”
Jenkins reacted angrily to the disrespect shown to an American who has been tortured and held for years against his will by his own country.
“Right now there is a concerted effort on the part of the U.S. media and both major political parties to malign Mr. Padilla,” said Jenkins. “But without a shadow of a doubt, Mr. Padilla is uniquely qualified to be President due to his years of being held as a prisoner and his years of being tortured.”
Jenkins also was quick to brush aside arguments that Padilla was mentally incompetent and unfit for the challenges of the Presidency.
“First of all, as we have seen the last seven years, mental competency is not a prerequisite to becoming President,” said Jenkins. “Secondly, Mr. Padilla was pronounced to be mentally stable enough to be given 20 years in prison, so the argument is moot.”