Thursday, 15 August 2013

FEATURE QUALITY THE SOURCE NEW

So, I recently found a brilliant website, named 'Trong Dong Energy'.

The page begins with a bang - the 'diagram' at the top quite literally incorporates a laser gun (which is situated in a shopping trolley) shooting down a WW2 plane, a helicopter, a flying tank, and seemingly, a mountain - none of which seems related to the generator in any way whatsoever.

Clique to embiggens

The 'High Speed Win Turbine' (misspelling or brilliant pun?) is '4,8MW/H'. Contained within those seven characters is so much wrongness that any human being with even the slightest knowledge of physics or engineering would curl into the foetal position and begin quietly weeping on the floor, clawing gently at their own face.

So why should we invest in Trong Dong Energy?

"DETERMINATION TO FOR THE ENVIRONMENT - GREEN FOR EVERYONE - IT WAS ONLY ONE FLOOR- IF SUPERIMPOSED ON SEVERAL LEVELS - CAPACITY QUICKLY ENORMOUS"

Agh, why are is everyone yelling? Anyway, that makes sense to me. I've always wondered why we don't just build coal-fired power stations on top of one another, because, if we did, capacity quickly enormous, and, BAM, no more energy crisis, bitches.

But, why should we choose Trong Dong, over more conventional forms of wind power?
"IT IS LOCATED IN A CLOSED CYCLE -NOT TOO NOISY - NOT INTERFERE WITH THE DIRECTION OF THE WIND - WHO SAYS WIND TURBINES DO NOT AFFECT THE ENVIRONMENT - IS WRONG TO - ENORMOUS - WILL CAUSE MORE DAMAGING TORNADOES TO EVERYONE - I DEFINITELY WILL SO"
South Australia has Australia's largest installed capacity for wind energy. In fact, the past few days, it's been going nuts - on Wednesday, it consistently generated more than 60% of the state's total electrical power for most of the day. Which is why South Australia looked something like this. 

"ARGH, STOP MAKING WIND TURBINES" - Helen Hunt
To be fair, the author does seem sincere, but it's odd how regularly the purveyors of prototype wind turbines need to resort to bashing the classic 3-bladed design to try and push their wares - see the curious case of Saphon Energy, and their moronic appeal to 'Wind Turbine Syndrome' as a reason to invest in their product.

Some of my favourite pictures of the Trong Dong Device:


BREAKFAST. BEAUTY. THE MAGNIFICENT. 

2 comments:

  1. I think it's one of these, in disguise: http://ens-newswire.com/2013/07/17/russia-builds-floating-nuclear-power-plants/

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  2. A pleasant surprise when people critique my site

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