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Posted By: Brianwilson We surely need to recognise and react to the impact of known hazards rather than speculate on totally unsupported possible future health impact claims.
Posted By: jiminyrockAll very well... ...but, for example, this sort of approach would permit the use of a substance like asbestos until the evidence emerges for its harm.. ..again it takes many years for it to cause terminal diseases like mesothelioma, and years for the corresponding evidence to convince us of that fact. Such toxicity that emerges over time, and that is caused by old or cumulative chronic exposure by its very nature takes a long time to accrue.
Posted By: jms452Big engineering projects impact people and the environment - shock horror
Posted By: Brianwilson(10,000 times higher than equivalent gas)
Posted By: jamesingramNoise :Police and other emergency services zooming past my house throughout the night and various other cars on the A4, occasional road rage row for entainment. Constant planes (usually 10 ish in view) flying over head til 11 pm , Great western train line 2 streets away , M4 1/2 mile away , constant drone. Mars factory and SSE biomass plant 1/2 mile away constant drone.The Joys of suburban life , just takes a while to get use to it" alt="" src="http:///forum114/extensions/Vanillacons/smilies/standard/bigsmile.gif" >
Posted By: CWattersHow do you get on with the thump thump from a neighbours HiFi? Is that more annoying than the traffic?
just want them to be safe and not affect quality of life or health
Posted By: SteamyTeaMy mental arithmetic is dreadful as you all know.10,000 km^2 x 1,000,000 m^2 = 1x10^10 m^2Solar is about 950 kWh.m^-2.year^-1PV efficiency is about 0.19.5x10^11 kWh.year^-1UK electrical use in 2009 was 352 TWh (3.52x10^11 kWh)
Posted By: SteamyTeaUK electrical use in 2009 was 352 TWh
Posted By: crusoeDo you have a gold standard on safeness then wookey? Enlighten me, do. If not, I'll stick with my simple wish for safety.
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