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TUNISIA

Relations d’homme à homme: Illégal
Relations d’homme à homme punies: Emprisonnement de moins de 10 ans
Relations de femme à femme: Illégal
Mariage et substituts du mariage: Pas de loi
Adoption: Non

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Sofia (vivant actuellement en/au CONGO, THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE) publié par lecteurs en réponse à cette histoire on 14/10/2013
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Btw, does anyone know why we can’t have Solar Powered Street Lights? Their cost would be apxorpimately zero. Not enough charge to sustain a long night, especially in overcast conditions or aftert short winter days.HOWEVER solar charging could certainly take a lot of the load off the grid. Even if we got just a few hours of light from ubiquitous solar lights (high-efficiency LED, presumably) per night, it would save a lot of money.It's the same thing with solar heating of baseload electricity generators. True, solar is probably NOT enough to superheat the water used to drive turbines to the temperature necessary, but it could sure be used to PRE-heat it, so that coal wasn't needed to do the whole job. This would save a fortune too and neatly combine solar with fossil fuels for electricity generation.Too often the all or nothing at all argument is used to trash solar and other alternative energies as viable sources of fuel for electricity generation. If solar can't be used to FULLY heat the water, then it's a pipe dream , or similar.That is the wrong way to look at the problem. Convergence combining all the inputs available, so that each takes its share of the load is the correct way. http://psiecitj.com [url=http://dhnpcuerqza.com]dhnpcuerqza[/url] [link=http://knyosxhid.com]knyosxhid[/link]
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Sofia (vivant actuellement en/au CONGO, THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE) publié par lecteurs en réponse à cette histoire on 14/10/2013
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Btw, does anyone know why we can’t have Solar Powered Street Lights? Their cost would be apxorpimately zero. Not enough charge to sustain a long night, especially in overcast conditions or aftert short winter days.HOWEVER solar charging could certainly take a lot of the load off the grid. Even if we got just a few hours of light from ubiquitous solar lights (high-efficiency LED, presumably) per night, it would save a lot of money.It's the same thing with solar heating of baseload electricity generators. True, solar is probably NOT enough to superheat the water used to drive turbines to the temperature necessary, but it could sure be used to PRE-heat it, so that coal wasn't needed to do the whole job. This would save a fortune too and neatly combine solar with fossil fuels for electricity generation.Too often the all or nothing at all argument is used to trash solar and other alternative energies as viable sources of fuel for electricity generation. If solar can't be used to FULLY heat the water, then it's a pipe dream , or similar.That is the wrong way to look at the problem. Convergence combining all the inputs available, so that each takes its share of the load is the correct way. http://psiecitj.com [url=http://dhnpcuerqza.com]dhnpcuerqza[/url] [link=http://knyosxhid.com]knyosxhid[/link]
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