• Why are people with penis so strong?

    23 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why were there two shootings by liberals today?

    Best answer: Yet another lib lost his grip on reality.
    Best answer: Yet another lib lost his grip on reality.
    15 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it suspicious that the USA (a country full of gas guzzling fat f*cks) just so happens to conveniently not believe in climate change?

    Best answer: climate change is a conspiracy made up by the reptilian liberals. the cloud people are the ones behind it all. build the wall
    Best answer: climate change is a conspiracy made up by the reptilian liberals. the cloud people are the ones behind it all. build the wall
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do you recycle?

    Best answer: My county accepts most paper, some plastic, steel, and aluminum at its recycling center, the same place we have to take our solid waste. Tires go to the transfer station. We do not have to sort, except for the tires. In addition, I am able to do a bit of recycling at home. Food scraps mostly go to the chickens.... show more
    Best answer: My county accepts most paper, some plastic, steel, and aluminum at its recycling center, the same place we have to take our solid waste. Tires go to the transfer station. We do not have to sort, except for the tires.

    In addition, I am able to do a bit of recycling at home. Food scraps mostly go to the chickens. Paper with personal information gets shredded, then used as chicken bedding (along with straw, hay, pine needles, etc.) and eventually winds up in the compost bin to break down more completely into soil conditioner, which helps me grow more food.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Today I threw a bag of garbage out my car window. Should I feel bad?

    Best answer: That's what windows are for.
    Best answer: That's what windows are for.
    14 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why is YA environment section full of anti-science idiots all slapping each other on the back learning nothing and talking shite?

    Best answer: the oil and coal industries pay the petroleum institute 100 million to hire people to deny global warming on the news , in newspapers , and even on social media like YA . there are only one or two people per shift but they have dozens of straw accounts to ask and answer themselves with the 'correct'... show more
    Best answer: the oil and coal industries pay the petroleum institute 100 million to hire people to deny global warming on the news , in newspapers , and even on social media like YA . there are only one or two people per shift but they have dozens of straw accounts to ask and answer themselves with the 'correct' answers , to make it seem like there are a lot of people that agree with them . after a while it is easy to pick them out .
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is your favorite color?

    80 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How do I know what to look for in solar power?

    Best answer: Something as simple as a window A/C unit can draw 1500-2500 watts all by itself. The energy from sunlight in a solar system is stored in batteries and converted to the proper voltage by a power inverter. If you have a stand alone system (not tied into the public power grid) you will need to be able to store... show more
    Best answer: Something as simple as a window A/C unit can draw 1500-2500 watts all by itself. The energy from sunlight in a solar system is stored in batteries and converted to the proper voltage by a power inverter. If you have a stand alone system (not tied into the public power grid) you will need to be able to store sufficient to power all of your devices for all hours of darkness, bad weather and any other time when the maximum sunlight is not available pointed directly at the panels.

    My extremely energy efficient, but all electric house requires at least 10KW (10,000 watts) of power during peak hours of operation. (Heat of the day, cooking, refrigerators, TVs, computers, et al!) I live in a desert area where I get 300 days per year average of bright sunshine and my solar requirement is estimated to be a system in the 25KW range to become completely self sufficient. (That is the power needed to charge the battery system that actually supplies the power to the house sufficiently so that they will have the power needed in non-sunlight hours.) That would include panels that track the sun (for optimum efficiency) in an area that would cover my entire 1/4 acre house lot plus some! (Solar is very inefficient and costly per watt of power at the moment.)

    A wind generator that could handle the same loads would be less expensive and use much less space. The problem with wind generators is having a location that can get proper wind and depending on your region, will determine how many days per year you would be generating sufficient power for your needs. Once again, here in the desert, we almost always have sufficient wind to run a wind generator, but I've lived in areas where still air was more the norm than the exception.

    Remember that wind and solar systems must conform to local zoning laws, which may restrict size, height, etc!
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Where are Elk Ridge kives made?

    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can I take tvs from the recycling yard?

    I live in a small town where you have to drive to this recycle yard to drop off stuff like electronics and glass. There's this big covered section with dozens of computers, monitors, keyboards and TVs. I need old TVs for some projects that I wanna do. The sign says no salvaging, but would it really matter if I... show more
    I live in a small town where you have to drive to this recycle yard to drop off stuff like electronics and glass. There's this big covered section with dozens of computers, monitors, keyboards and TVs. I need old TVs for some projects that I wanna do. The sign says no salvaging, but would it really matter if I grabbed a tv next time I went to drop off some trash?
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How to make my home hydro-electric?

    We all know hydroelectricity is clean energy. I want to harness this energy so my electric bill drops (hopefully to zero, but anything counts). My rent includes free water, but not electric. I want to attach a generator to my bathtub faucet and run the water 24 hours a day. I want this to output the electricity... show more
    We all know hydroelectricity is clean energy. I want to harness this energy so my electric bill drops (hopefully to zero, but anything counts). My rent includes free water, but not electric. I want to attach a generator to my bathtub faucet and run the water 24 hours a day. I want this to output the electricity to the wall outlet. Where I live you can sell electricity back to the grid. Is there any such product, or would I need to build it myself? Thanks, and no need to congratulate me for going green, I am just looking out for mother nature (and my pocketbook LOL).
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How much damage are we doing to our environment by building these massive wind turbines and hydroelectric dams?

    The impact on our climate would seem considerable.
    The impact on our climate would seem considerable.
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How does your council deal with your recycling?

    Best answer: I live in Anglesey and we have some very different recycling boxes that allow us to separate the recycling but it looks much better than having loads of boxes that don't stack. the only issue is now the grey bin only gets collected every 3-4 weeks and the recycling gets collected once a week.
    Best answer: I live in Anglesey and we have some very different recycling boxes that allow us to separate the recycling but it looks much better than having loads of boxes that don't stack. the only issue is now the grey bin only gets collected every 3-4 weeks and the recycling gets collected once a week.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do I know what to look for in solar power?

    I have a shed out back that I want to have power to but it is so far away from the house that I'm thinking of using solar. I want to have a fridge out there and some florescent lights and maybe run a saw every once in a while. What should I look for?
    I have a shed out back that I want to have power to but it is so far away from the house that I'm thinking of using solar. I want to have a fridge out there and some florescent lights and maybe run a saw every once in a while. What should I look for?
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Do you think recycling can be difficult and time consuming?

    Best answer: Making a mess is easy but tidy it up is difficult; destruction is easy but construction or repairing is difficult. That is decided by thermodynamic laws. People make a living, make profit by this entropy growing process --- make a mess of it. and leave this mess to the public, to the nature, to the future... show more
    Best answer: Making a mess is easy but tidy it up is difficult; destruction is easy but construction or repairing is difficult. That is decided by thermodynamic laws.

    People make a living, make profit by this entropy growing process --- make a mess of it. and leave this mess to the public, to the nature, to the future generations.

    We all know, entropy growing is an irreversible process. That is the worry come from. The assumption: nature will sort things out, future generations will sort things out, pollution is diluted out… Are all ungrounded selfish and short-sighted assumptions.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago