Saturday, July 23, 2005
Su del 13 ediciÃ³n de julio contuvo un artÃculo sobre un grupo del pasillo, la sociedad sostenible de la energÃa, aprobando la ayuda de nuestra P. M. local de la micro-generacio'n (esencialmente que cubre nuestros tejados con los molinos de viento).
el 55% de la electricidad de Escocia es proporcionado por 2 centrales nucleares, el mÃ¡s extenso de cuÃ¡l, Hunterston, debe cerrarse en 2011.
Los molinos de viento proporcionan solamente 0,3% de nuestra energÃa y la micro-generacio'n, mientras que el nombre sugiere, puede hacer solamente una fracciÃ³n pequeÃ±a de uniforme eso. Esto no es una soluciÃ³n seria.
& so on. I have taken to checking thereferralsengine referals to this site (just click on the site meter & follow the signs) & have exactly what has been referred & have found some interesting sites by seeing what else that referral had picked up. It is also quite pleasing to see somebody on the other side of the world reading this, even moreso if mine was among the first sites thrown up by Google.
I get a lot of searches relating to Srebrenica, the video & Yugoslav stuff generally. Perhaps the most surprising one is the searches I get on World's Biggest Economies (last November) which is basically just a reprint of a listing from the www.geographyIQ site together with a rant against politicians who play up how wonderfully we are doing but it seems popular.
However I was really surprised at this - to see a letter reprinted from my local weekend among other things translated into Spanish (I assume) is quite eerie. If this is the standard that automated translations can achieve the web may be about to become a true world community.