There’s no silver bullet for California’s electricity problems nor its solutions. djtgallagher explains. WSJWhatsNow
The state’s energy policies aren’t entirely to blame for its power woes, but a nuanced approach to a solution can help avoid future blackouts.
As California keeps facing electricity shortages, the discussion around its grid often veers to extremes.On the one hand, some see it as a sign that the state has moved away too quickly from natural gas and nuclear power, which can run on command. Others see the heat waves and the tragic wildfires as further evidence that the state should move even faster toward a carbon-neutral future based on intermittent renewables. That misses some nuances.
Trump's ABC town hall: President faces tough questions on coronavirus response, health care, racial injustice
President Donald Trump took questions from uncommitted voters in Philadelphia in a 90-minute town hall special hosted by ABC News.
djtgallagher Build more power plants... djtgallagher Just one new nuclear power plant would help a lot. Too bad public opinion and politics so often come up with the wrong answers. djtgallagher Nuclear energy. djtgallagher Nuclear energy? Or maybe natural gas? Also proper forest management(that is just an aside)
djtgallagher To go totally green is noble and all but like it or not fossil burners still have their place. CA decommissioned too much capacity too soon. Now the customers pay the price. djtgallagher Actually, there is. Make rational decisions based on economic and technical realities. Unfortunately, California is not prepared to do any such thing.
djtgallagher Add more solar panels you liberal buffoons... djtgallagher Get rid of your democratic government. djtgallagher Cleanspark is a huge step towards a solution. $CLSK djtgallagher How about building more gas fired and nuclear power plants, or restarting nukes that were recently taken off line?
djtgallagher Google South Africa and beware of Loadshedding
These Expert Tips For Pain-Free Hiking Will Keep You on the Trails All SeasonIt's common for new hikers to do too much too fast. When you wear out the muscle's ability to sustain the load, the joint is at risk and can feel pain.
Vaccine-Makers Keep Safety Details Quiet, Alarming ScientistsThe morning after the world learned that a closely watched clinical trial of a coronavirus vaccine had been halted last week over safety concerns, the company&39;s chief executive disclosed that a person given the vaccine had experienced serious neurological symptoms.But the remarks were not public. My kids and I are fully vaccinated w recommend vax, and annual flu shots. I am not anti vaccine. BUT... I suffer from serious neurological symptoms from a vaccine trial in 2016. We need to make sure a potential coronavirus vaccine is safe! covid19 vaccinetrial Not sharing these anymore. It'll scare recruits. The illness was probably not related to the vaccine. I'm glad you're being careful , but let's go already! More than likely the 'vaccine' has a higher death rate than the actual coronavirus itself thats why.
‘The Secrets We Keep’ Review: Noomi Rapace Discovers An Incognito War Criminal in Taut Suspense DramaIt’s been a rueful joke for three-quarters of a century now that after World War 2, there were miraculously no Nazis (or even ex-Nazis) left in Germany. To start unblemished postwar lives, an entir…
Rochester Police Leaders Pressed City To Keep Prude Suffocation Video SecretNewly released emails show Rochester police commanders urged city officials to hold off on releasing bodycam footage. A police cover up? Shocked, I say! What people might not be aware of is that the mayor of the City of Rochester is a Black woman and her then chief of police was a Black man. Trump is leading the largest racist Amerikkkan Terrorist group the world has ever seen. Police makeup the largest cell. He continually calls for & advocates violence from his racist Republikkklan followers. The police in Amerikkka traded hoods for blue uniforms💁🏾♀️defund them all
Police leaders pressed Rochester to keep Prude video secretRochester, New York, police commanders urged city officials to hold off on releasing body camera footage of Daniel Prude’s March suffocation death because they feared violent blowback, emails show. The video was made public by Prude’s family on Sept. 4. Pigs doing pig shit. They'll find out we didn't do our job! Spitters and shitters gonna loot
Many states keep patchy data or don't release results from antigen COVID tests, review showsMore than 20 states either don’t release or have incomplete ata on the rapid antigen tests now considered key to containing the coronavirus. “incomplete ata” 😄😁😆😅😂🤣☺️