Quote from: Knarf on Today at 06:29 AMAccording to the Union of Concerned Scientists, the average US home uses about 7,200 kilowatt-hours of electricity each year 1. One kilowatt-hour is equal to the energy used to maintain one kilowatt of power for one hour 2. Therefore, 7,200 kilowatt-hours is equivalent to 7.2 megawatt-hours (MWh) per year.Knarf, maybe it is just me but I do not understand your data.7,200 kilowatt hour a year is just that.I don't follow how you are saying it is equivalent to 7.2 megawatt-hrs? I am missing something?
To calculate the energy consumption of Bing per day, we need to divide the annual energy consumption by the number of days in a year. There are 365 days in a year, so the energy consumption of Bing per day is approximately 19.7 MWh (7,200 MWh / 365 days
QuoteAccording to a new study out of the city's Yonsei University, one in three Seoulites surveyed said they haven't gotten busy in the last year.
The study randomly surveyed 2,182 Seoul residents between the ages of 19 and 69 about their sex lives. Of those, 1,071 were men and 1,111 were women.
Business Insider obtained a copy of the survey's results, which showed that 36% of the surveyed people said they haven't had sex in the last year. Of this number, 43% of the women and 29% of the men said they went without sex for the last 12 months.
QuoteHumans have inhabited the Earth for approximately six million years, yet one of the most basic instincts known to man is still considered taboo in Korea: sex.
It has always been the elephant in the room to the point where children and teenagers in Korea are oblivious and feel awkward discussing the subject.
Quote from: TDoS on Dec 03, 2023, 07:18 PMPhoto from early November. Didn't realize they were magnets, looked like support pins or some part of holding it together. The locations on the US map look like they are doing the same thing. Are they magnets?
Quote from: RE on Dec 02, 2023, 07:18 PMDid you take that photo recently? When did you go by there? If so, I would say the neodymium magnets are oxidizing faster than I expected. I thought the epoxy coating would keep the air out better. I wonder if they still hold their magnetic properties? Did you try sticking any ferromagnetic object to them?