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We dont need no stinkin Greenpeace going around in their garbage scows Rainbow Warrior II and Arctic Sunrise nor do we need them in their stupid zodiacs harrasing others and we dont need stupid AL GORE,DAVID SUZUKI or ROBERT KENNEDY Jr they all need to just GO AWAY and add that nit wit PAUL EHRLICH in there as well

And what about the 65,000 billion BTUs that are consumed before they're produced? Oh yeah, that must be the latent heat of bloviation yet to come from the warmist thermomongers.

I'm not clear on this. Perhaps someone will explain it to me. BTU stands for British Thermal Unit. This is a measure of heat. Fuels such as oil, coal, gas and nuclear are used to boil water and produce steam to drive an electrical generator. These fuels can be said to contain X number of BTUs per unit.

Hydro and wind drive turbines without using steam. Solar panels create electricity directly (although there are also solar boilers). What kind of formula converts these into BTUs?

The AGW mongers only want various taxation schemes on crude oil, coal and natural gas which will provide trillions of dollars in 'skimming' the pot for all and sundry governmental programs to 'serve the public'...cough, cough.

This would be the equivalent of taxing horses in the 18th and 19th century, when they are your prime movers of the economy.

As if fuels aren't taxed enough already under the current structure, a large dose of environmental guilt as justification, for more taxation to create a greater drag on an anemic economy won't help.

Cheers

Hans Rupprecht, Commander in Chief

1st Saint Nicolaas Army
Army Group 'True North'

1 kilowatt hour = 3412.14163 BTU, Your welcome.

D in M - a BTU is the Imperial System unit of energy. It is the amount of energy needed to heat one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit. Wikipedia claims that is roughly the amount of energy you get if you completely burn one wooden match.
A joule is the Metric System unit of energy. It is the amount of energy needed to move a force of one Newton through a distance of one meter.
If you do one joule's worth of work every second, you are expending one watt of power, which is also the effect if you use one amp of electricity across one volt of potential.
Your electrical bill involves how many kilowatt-hours of energy you used. Using one thousand watts for one hour is a killowatt-hour.
One BTU is equivalent to just over 1055 joules.
One BTU is equivalent to just over 0.000293 kilowatt-hours.
Clear as mud?

Consumption exceeds production?

Also, for solar and wind, is that ACTUAL production or nameplate?

The British thermal unit (BTU or Btu) is a traditional unit of energy equal to about 1055 joules. It is the amount of energy needed to cool or heat one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_thermal_unit

Probably nameplate because the wind don't blow where the sun don't shine ... as it were :-)

The production sources listed add up to 143,497,592 BTU's not 141,449,696.

Hope the folks who did that graphic don't run a nuclear plant...

"Consumption exceeds production?"

Sure, there is always fossil fuel in storage, one of its huge advantages over wind and solar which to date have not been stored effectively. The huge solar thermal plant at Gila Bend, AZ can store solar thermal for (are you sitting down??) for 6 hours. Not very handy in a cold northern climate.

So when consumption exceeds production it means that stored reserves are being used up.

Odds are, it's nameplate

PP, incase there may be left tards reading in here, could you define "nameplate" for them:-))))

Or, in more relatable terms: 1 HP = 746 Watts = 2544 BTU/hr

You gotta watch out when a high priced idiot is speaking.

Al Gore: Poor People Don’t Need Coal

http://dailycaller.com/2015/04/17/al-gore-poor-people-dont-need-coal/


The guy is some industrial strength stupid, though he know how to make money on what they commonly call bullshit.

Yes, of course. Duh on me.

adds up to 143,497,592 BTU's not 141,449,696.

Hope the folks who did that graphic don't run a nuclear plant.

Ha..

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Its not the miscalculated BTU energy they are adding up.

Its the Ballooning- Taxes- Us- idiots are supporting..

Or Bend- Take- Up- your scrotum the idea that wind, solar, bio-fuels will save the planet.

We had to take solar panels off our house because gas was cheaper than an electric pump, and it doesn't leak heated water into the attic insulation and carpets.

as I said before if solar and wind generation were rounded of to the nearest number, that number would be zero.

in the month of march the u.s. had reached 70% of their storage capacity for oil and it was still being stockpiled.

Now if we could harness Hot Air then that would make Al Gore,David Suzuki Robert Kenendy Jr and all those eviroemntal activists very useful indeed

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