Another world of energy saving with API

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Life expectancy has gone down by 3 years in the Po Valley because of the PM 2.5. API has sprung into action straight away: it has decided to give us a luminous future with a Kyoto Box: two light bulbs and two gadgets for taps to reduce the CO2 pollution in the other world.
The Kyoto Box is also known as the “magic box” because of its occult powers. The API refinery has become the “Advanced Centre for Environmental Energy”, the advancement of the environment towards Hades.
The money that we pay with our ENEL energy bill at item A3 for “new plant for renewable sources and similar” has been assimilated to refineries and incinerators, to renew the planet starting from zero. With the money saved with the magic box we will however be able to repay the 60,000,000,000 Euro that the Italian pollution is costing us in terms of economic and social and health damages.
The magic box will be distributed to 1680 people who will be able to reserve for themselves a kingdom of illuminated dead. This Saturday in the Falconara building to thank API, we will come together with the Comitati di Falconara {Falconara groupings} and the Meetup people.

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Well, I waited 5 long days for our Beppe Grillo to say something about this new technology developed in Japan. But he didn’t write a word. Probably he was too busy with Italian politicians and others of his usual themes. Beppe Grillo is strongly against incinerators: his green heart (brain?), however, did not permit him to think about something different to destroy solid waste. On 15th of November, on Nature, this nice article shows that a way there is. Instead of combustion, waste is processed through a plasma arc with a temperature that can reach above 1.500 Celsius under low oxygen conditions. The result is: waste is vitrified and transformed in low cost bricks, no combustion happens and the only gases produced are hydrogen and carbon monoxide, a mix commonly called syngas, used to power gas turbines. With a production of 3,000 megawatts of power per year and with the same but ameliorated technology (+40% of energy produced), St Lucie in Florida will follow the Japan example. And what about Italy and our comic Beppe Grillo? The technology is costly (US$59-million investment), more or less what Italy used for the Italian internet portal (far away to be completed).

Posted by: Lorenzo Anasta | November 20, 2006 03:07 PM


Peppy: Let's turn a blind eye about the "innocent", but "small" it's too much!!!!! ;-)))))))))))))

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | November 10, 2006 06:02 PM


Gremlins?
Where are the Gremlins?
Hey, Gremlins!
I bet your ass is shaking at the thought of cloning somebody from Capua because you know my brothers will teach you a lesson you will never forget!
After all, who would want to take it to somebody small and innocent like me?

Posted by: Peppiniello da Capua | November 10, 2006 01:03 PM


It's Beppe's lackadaisical attitude that allows the clones to ruin his Blog.
Having said this, it has become easy to spot the inherent stupidity of these clones e skip the nonsensical posts.

Posted by: Enrico Rossi | November 8, 2006 10:50 PM


'Your clone is..The Gremlin... with a sore bottom...maybe the nurse is missing out on the treatment or giving him too many injections...'

That made me laugh Paola :-) Raffaella - welcome back from Germany! And yes it is a shame that clones are being obnoxious. Don't know what pleasure they manage to glean from their daft activities. I was sort of thinking of posting on the Italian version until you mentioned that it too is under attack from the clones. Maybe Mr Grillo could look into installing some kind of 'clone-proof' commenting system.

Posted by: Alex R | November 8, 2006 10:41 PM


Hi everybody!
I'm back. I was in Germany last week.
Sad that the clones are coming back too!
So it's very boring. What a pity that this english blog is becoming like the italian one!

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | November 8, 2006 05:27 PM


Alex,
Your clone is..The Gremlin... with a sore bottom...maybe the nurse is missing out on the treatment or giving him too many injections...
Don't worry....we know him better than he thinks
(he loves pickles, suffers from hemorrhoids and multiple personality disorder)...:o)

Posted by: paola filinesi | November 8, 2006 05:24 PM


My little clone is having a moan.
With a little luck he'll go back under his stone.
His silly messages are making me groan.
I do hope he finds somewhere else to roam.
He obviously hails from the States,
Where he doesn't have many mates.

Sorry to go off topic.

Posted by: Alex R | November 8, 2006 03:33 PM



Sales of Fiat up and my hemorroids flare up again... by the same amount. Please, stop buying Fiats!!! Make the world a better place! (Make my ass a better place.)

Ok, have to go get my pills again.

Posted by: Alex R | November 8, 2006 12:26 PM


zanella - yes, I believe you are right - the Prius is not as environmentally friendly as it is made out to be - but at least it is an attempt - which is a good thing.

PS
My clone is attacking again - shame he she or it does not have anything better to do....

Maybe he she or it will go and play somewhere else.

PPS I think I know who it is. Not much I can do though. I'm flattered by the attention - they do say 'imitation is the sincerest form of flattery'..... ;-)

Posted by: Alex R | November 8, 2006 12:14 PM


Talking of cars and their polluting end result,
i've heard something rather interesting recently.
Apparently the Toyota Prius ( hibrid vehicle )
much advertised as enviromently frendly has a
hidden polluting cost. It seems that to produce
such car can be three times more polluting than
a normal one, mainly due to the complexity of its
two engines. Also highlighted was the problem of
disposing of its large batteries when the car is
scrapped. Does anyone have any thoughts about it?

Posted by: vanni zanella | November 8, 2006 11:50 AM


Humanity should be proud of itself - it has managed to speed up climate change. Whereas before changes occurred naturally over 1000s of years - we've managed to get things changing in mere hundreds. Impressive. Not.
Can we please have some non-polluting vehicles on the roads? Italy is not, by any stretch, the guilty party, but it is one of many guilty parties.
Fiat sales up, deaths resulting from pollution up by the same ammount......possibly. Fiat sales up, price of pickles up by the same amount......possibly.

Posted by: Alex R | November 8, 2006 11:13 AM


Humanity should be proud of itself - it has managed to speed up climate change. Whereas before changes occurred naturally over 1000s of years - we've managed to get things changing in mere hundreds. Impressive. Not.
Can we please have some non-polluting vehicles on the roads? Italy is not, by any stretch, the guilty party, but it is one of many guilty parties.
Fiat sales up, deaths resulting from pollution up by the same ammount......possibly.

Posted by: Alex R | November 8, 2006 09:56 AM


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