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JTD the sun's flow rate is more predictable than gas underground. But TLOU and water don't mix very well currently. I predict 40 years of rain in Botswana if we put solar in :O( That won't help either source?
Is solar that difficult? On one of my dog walks they put in a solar farm and threw the horses out of the many paddocks! Don't go there anymore. I think they might allow sheep in there to graze underneath the frames to keep the grass under control but they look like the easiest meccano set I have ever seen once they are up. You'd think it is labour intensive , so good news for the local unemployed if the training is minimal. I guess the control room or whatever they have to regulate the elecricity is more involved but it must still be simple compared to cbm electricity.
But if it was so simple why haven't they got it? Rhinos and elephants perhaps?
Brad anything posted must be taken with a pinch of salt. If MM has been speaking directly to TG then I’m surprised he is still invested....surely he would have gained insight into the fact that things are not going to plan and bailed (or traded the share). Either way we all need to take responsibility for our own investment decisions.
This solar cbm mix appears very speculative to me. They can’t get cbm off the ground let alone a hybrid project. WTF do these guys knw about solar? I thought they knew the cbm game well but when it comes to cbm in Botswana they knw a lot less than I once thght
I have an open mind chuck - as you say, some posters may have met Tony in any of 3 countries and a subset of those may be totally at ease conversing with him. Most of us not, but we could all claim the opposite.
It is suggested MM is a member of a closed twitter group, including some revered ex-posters from here. The claims are as idiotic as the poles and wires argument. Their mission is apparently to pump and dump after taking advantage of their apostles. Very peculiar behaviour for a closed group? Unless membership is only offered likely targets? I have too much time to occupy my tiny brain. I have been caught out too many times by believing what I see on chatrooms and in RNS releases. Tlou is almost my last chance saloon so I am wary of being caught out again.
To quote Tony in the way MM did (I wouldn't) and , after someone from another board posted a personal message to me and I responded via his chatroom - including an apology to that board , our 1 and only posts on each other's boards, MM posted this - his attitude looks a bit inconsistent to me at least. None of us (with a few exceptions) know each other so our opinions of each other are fairly baseless. (apart from me perhaps - I am an open book, with several chapters torn out of course.
MinorMiner Premium Member Posted in: TLOU Posts: 6,274 Price: 3.85 No Opinion RE: Self assessment Wednesday 29 Jan 2020 09:28 Brad Your post on TLOU on another boards puts you beyond the pale. Frankly idiotic.
This chatroom is definitely very quiet. I tried to shut up in case people were put off posting because of my whitterings. And it all but dried up completely? I haven't been quiet though, I am debating with Donk on Hot Copper where he shows a better side of his bi-polar personality. He is making a issue of the words used by TG , i.e. "poles and wires".
He is taking this to mean telegraph poles whereas I think it was figurative speak for pylons and cables.
We have the odd comment from engineers on here. Do any of you think 66Kv can safely be transmitted across telegraph poles because I certainly don't! IMO the height of a telegraph pole is totally inadequate to protect giraffes and elephants from a shocking end to their lives.
The other topic is talk of either 33Kv or 66Kv 'wires'. I have seen 33kv mentioned ever but there is an important element here. The higher the voltage to longer the isolators to keep the cables away from the structure. Inevitably that increases the he height of the pylon , but it is a double whammy! 1. Extra height to accommodate the longer isolators 2. Even more height needed to reduce the increased risk of jumping jack flash being attracted to giraffes, elephants and basketball players.
"If a line is constructed using towers designed to carry several circuits, it is not necessary to install all the circuits at the time of construction. Indeed, for economic reasons, some transmission lines are designed for three (or four) circuits, but only two (or three) circuits are initially installed.
Some high voltage circuits are often erected on the same tower as 110 kV lines. Paralleling circuits of 380 kV, 220 kV and 110 kV-lines on the same towers is common. "
morning brad...*someone from a chatroom* you make it sound like this chat room begets individuals and everything minor is, is somehow tied to this chat room. i am sure there is more to him than that lol. i myself have no reason to doubt him
ASX ended at 15 buys ,no sells, (over 600k shares in all) , and the first trade on FTSE is a 200k shares buy at almost 2.9p Both exchanges have folks ruining the spread by trying to buy on the cheap ... I hope those days are gone and the holders that remain realise they have assets worth more than a couple of pence each.
MM's post about a conversation with Tony seems to have put this board into a quandary. If we belief that post then 2.8p is the bargain of a lifetime. But admitting you believe that post could make you look stupid should it prove to be total BS.
Would Tony talk so openly to someone from a chatroom? We'll know better once a PPA is announced or is officially denied. Meanwhile we'll stagnate I suppose?