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From Dylan, Wed, 28 Nov 2012 2:15 am in Buying British
From John Watson, Tue, 30 Aug 2011 1:49 pm in Pylon problems
The question is too broad.
From Stuart21, Tue, 16 Aug 2011 5:25 am in Public order and social media
Yes, they should have this ability, but only as a very last resort.
From JD, Mon, 8 Aug 2011 8:56 pm in Maths education
I'm not sure why there is a need to break maths up into elements, or even force people to study maths untill 18. Surely we are better to encourage those with talents in areas that are usefull to society rather than force everyone regardless of ability to follow a particular path in education.
From Match, Mon, 8 Aug 2011 3:29 pm in Conversion Factors for refined Petroleum Products
Brianwoon, I looked at the table that you linked to and see that the "conversion factors" for the the product range at the top of the table are in units barrels per metric ton. This is the inverse of the density of each product (which I verified as true). Naphtha typically ranges in density between 0.75 and 0.785 (see wikipedia). So the corresponding range in 'barrels per metric ton' is about 8.0 (heavy) - 8.4 (light).
From Monet, Fri, 5 Aug 2011 6:50 am in Solar feed-in tariffs
Is subsidised PV installation going to attract the wrong kind of 'business' - perhaps a cross between the worst kind of double glazing salesman and eastern Europeans who understand how to miilk a subsidy?
From Chris Wood, Tue, 5 Jul 2011 4:12 pm in Flying cars
I don't see any reason why we can't start to implement multi level traffic if the vehicles are feasible. With sensors in the road to keep the vehicles in line preventing them from straying off.