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  1. I think, to be more accurate, you have to equate heat loss thru conduction and radiation to calculate the outside glass temperature.

    That means, k(T1-T2)/l = sigma*emissivity*area*power((T2- T3),4)


    you know T1, T3 and all other variable. So calculate T2. Then use q/t= K(T1-T2)/l to calculate heat loss.

  2. Our best bet is from natural gas and oil' date=' which accounts for more than seventy percent of bulk hydrogen production.


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    We dont have much oil and gas that is the problem at the first place. Only thing we, US or world, have in plenty is coal so that can be used to get the hydrogen. But if you do that, anyway you are causing same environmental problems. So in a near term it is a possible solution becasue we dont have gas/oil so we will convert coal into hydrogen. However if you look into long run when coal is not there, then we have to have new source of energy be it solar or nuclear...

  3. I am assuming since they contacted us, they are more technologically advanced. So my questions will be

    What do they do to get the energy

    Do they feel emotions

    What is the composition of their atmosphere

    How big is their universe?

    What are the rules they follow to control the society

    How are they reproduced

    How old their species are

    Can they see into future

    Who is their creator or do they know how they were formed

    what can they do for us

  4. Well I think that to be politician, you have to be very cunning and rhetoric in speech. And good guys always speak from their heart so they dont end up as politician or unable to survive in political environments.

  5. I guess Bush is doing what his advisory board suggests him to do. We talk about all the renewable energy source, but they are associated with either non-continous supply of energy like, Wind, Solar OR some environmental problems. I guess the only way to resolve energy crisis will be to go for nuclear fission and keep on investing in nuclear fusion. Investing in hydrogen energy is not a solution, though. I think for the time being, we will convert coal into oil or gas to take care of the rising problem.

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