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Monte Carlo based EA

gatornuke
Jul 26 2011 at 18:00
32 posts
Thanks, but I'm not really a math guru. I just have a master's in nuclear engineering, which lends itself well to this approach. I just hope it pays off.

PipGnostic
TheCyclist
Jul 27 2011 at 07:56
724 posts
Lol - that why the forex, be out of a job soon. World not so impressed with splitting the atom any more.

Does my nut why no one does sub sea tidal farms. Use tide shifts with subsea hydro turbines. Places like Taiwan 7 knot subsea currents 22 out of 24 hours...

It's predictable, it's green and we have the technology...

James_Bond
Jul 27 2011 at 09:55
556 posts

gatornuke posted:
    Thanks, but I'm not really a math guru. I just have a master's in nuclear engineering, which lends itself well to this approach. I just hope it pays off.


😲

Than you're even smarter than I thought at first! 😄

TraderHotch
Jul 29 2011 at 08:53
9 posts

TheCyclist posted:

Does my nut why no one does sub sea tidal farms. Use tide shifts with subsea hydro turbines. Places like Taiwan 7 knot subsea currents 22 out of 24 hours...

It's predictable, it's green and we have the technology...


Money. We'll get around to it eventually, but it needs to be more than economically viable, it needs to be a better investment than oil. So first we wait for the oil to run out. :D

Life getting tough? God fears your progress.
PipGnostic
TheCyclist
Jul 29 2011 at 12:23
724 posts
Going to run out of nature looooong before we run out of oil....

TraderHotch
Jul 29 2011 at 12:58
9 posts
Not really, everything's natural!

Life getting tough? God fears your progress.
PipGnostic
TheCyclist
Jul 29 2011 at 13:17
724 posts
Yup - including mass extinctions....'bout 10 000 000 central Africans are finding that out the hard way even as I type this.

Imagine an event like that hits Asia, which it almost did last year. Have 100's of millions on the move....


TraderHotch
Jul 29 2011 at 14:29
9 posts
I'm not arguing with you, just correcting your wording and saying that, while I think we should go balls out for green tech, I don't think we will soon.

Life getting tough? God fears your progress.
PipGnostic
TheCyclist
Jul 30 2011 at 00:30
724 posts
Not so sure, weather last six months been so extreme and everyone is being affected. With the tsunami pointing a big finger at nuclear as dangerous, and with the weather doing what it's doing, it seems people are suddenly going to realise climate change is here to stay and it's going to affect everyone, and nuclear isn't the answer.

Might see a big green push in our lifetimes still I would guess.

Same thing happened to lead and CFC's, once the problem was understood and some consequences arrived the entire world took action to solve it. And they did.

All we need now is a few natural disasters in the developed world and things will change rapidly from the bottom up.

PipGnostic
TheCyclist
Jul 30 2011 at 00:50
724 posts
US is actually overdue for quite a few.

San Andreas is over due, tsunami's (sub sea land slides) in California overdue, hurricane in New York....

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