KDE-Apps.org Applications for the KDE-Desktop 
 GTK-Apps.org Applications using the GTK Toolkit 
 GnomeFiles.org Applications for GNOME 
 MeeGo-Central.org Applications for MeeGo 
 CLI-Apps.org Command Line Applications 
 Qt-Apps.org Free Qt Applications 
 Qt-Prop.org Proprietary Qt Applications 
 Maemo-Apps.org Applications for the Maemo Plattform 
 Java-Apps.org Free Java Applications 
 eyeOS-Apps.org Free eyeOS Applications 
 Wine-Apps.org Wine Applications 
 Server-Apps.org Server Applications 
 apps.ownCloud.com ownCloud Applications 
 KDE-Look.org Artwork for the KDE-Desktop 
 GNOME-Look.org Artwork for the GNOME-Desktop 
 Xfce-Look.org Artwork for the Xfce-Desktop 
 Box-Look.org Artwork for your Windowmanager 
 E17-Stuff.org Artwork for Enlightenment 
 Beryl-Themes.org Artwork for the Beryl Windowmanager 
 Compiz-Themes.org Artwork for the Compiz Windowmanager 
 EDE-Look.org Themes for your EDE Desktop 
 Debian-Art.org Stuff for Debian 
 Gentoo-Art.org Artwork for Gentoo Linux 
 SUSE-Art.org Artwork for openSUSE 
 Ubuntu-Art.org Artwork for Ubuntu 
 Kubuntu-Art.org Artwork for Kubuntu 
 LinuxMint-Art.org Artwork for Linux Mint 
 Arch-Stuff.org Art And Stuff for Arch Linux 
 Frugalware-Art.org Themes for Frugalware 
 Fedora-Art.org Artwork for Fedora Linux 
 Mandriva-Art.org Artwork for Mandriva Linux 
 KDE-Files.org Files for KDE Applications 
 OpenTemplate.org Documents for OpenOffice.org
 GIMPStuff.org Files for GIMP
 InkscapeStuff.org Files for Inkscape
 ScribusStuff.org Files for Scribus
 BlenderStuff.org Textures and Objects for Blender
 VLC-Addons.org Themes and Extensions for VLC
 KDE-Help.org Support for your KDE Desktop 
 GNOME-Help.org Support for your GNOME Desktop 
 Xfce-Help.org Support for your Xfce Desktop 
openDesktop.orgopenDesktop.org:   Applications   Artwork   Linux Distributions   Documents    Linux42.org    OpenSkillz.com   

- Poll . 

Energy source of the future

Posted by Yaba on Mar 2 2006
Nuclear15%15%15% 15%
Fusion35%35%35% 35%
Solar23%23%23% 23%
Water7%7%7% 7%
Fossil Fuels1%1%1% 1%
Humans (I took the blue pill)15%15%15% 15%
Other3%3%3% 3%
Votes: 1593
goto page: prev   1  2  3 


 The philosphy....

 by binjajer on: Mar 11 2006
Score 50%

Of ubuntu. Come here, all of you. I need more power for my desktop lamp. This guy is almost dead, so I need more. Hey! Where are you going!!?? COME BACK HERE AND POWER MY DESKTOP LAMP!!

Reply to this


 No one!

 by DustyDingo on: Mar 11 2006
Score 50%

There isn't a perfect energy source of the future. It allways depens at which location at for what application you want to produce energy.If we can learn anything from the past, than it is that we have to use several sources. Big projects and very small once, solar, wind, water, biogas, geothermal power and so on.

Some words on Nuclear Fusion Energy. Today reactors for a deuterium-tritium fusion are beeing built. To get deuterium from nature isn't that hard, but tritium is mere impossible to find. What you have to do is to mine lithium and to turn it into tritium in the reactor. An other negative aspect is, that you still have to deal with radioactive material. But don't worry that much, in advanced reactors only elements with a half-life period of several thousand years will be produced and they won't be applicative for nuclear weapons.
A fusion reactor is also very complex and expensive thing. It won't be the ultimative solution, because you still have to conquer so many things and it still doesn't produce that much energy as many people think. A windmill is very simple, long-living and produce much energy. In few cases it can be a great solution.
There is no doubt that Fusion Reactors will work in the future, but don't think that it is such a great solution for everything! Only big companies will be able to operate such reactors, and only in rich and high-developed countries. We all will depende on this companies and pure countries from rich once (as it is today).

Reply to this


 save it !

 by benjaminisant on: Mar 12 2006
Score 50%

Save energy is the only mean for mankind to hold as long as possible. Anyway energy get wasted, one mess up with nature.

Remember, Entropy is one way only.

Reply to this



 by AlexeyK on: Mar 12 2006
Score 50%

When i learned at the chair of the plasma physics, I heard always, that there is nothing good except the fusion (well, water also is need:)). Well, but my 'colleagues' who learned at the adjoining chairs, e.g. at the chair of microelectronics -- they believed that ideas of fusion are dead and the only way to go on live is to build lots of solar battaries.

Alexey Kouznetsov
Reply to this


 solar it is, for now

 by surfg on: Mar 13 2006
Score 50%

there are a bunch of new advances in solar technology that people aren't aware of, and aren't taking advantage of. for example, good solar panels are usually made of crystalline silicon. that makes them difficult and time-consuming to produce, and very fragile. but there are some new metal-based semiconductors that are a lot tougher, can be produced in sheets quickly and cheaply, and are almost as efficient as the best silicon panels.

fusion and breeder-reactor nuclear are possibilities, but there's politics and the sheer complexity of the devices to consider. until either of them can be produced cheaply and with less environmental impact, i don't see them coming.

windows on a mac? who the hell would want to do that?
Reply to this

goto page: prev   1  2  3 

Add commentAdd commentall pollsSuggest new pollBack

How do you like Plasma 5?
 The best KDE Desktop ever.
 Definitely a nice improvement.
 Not decided yet. Haven't tried it yet.
 I do not like some of the changes.
 KDE is taking the wrong way.
 I am still sticking with KDE 3.5.
 I have no opinion, but wanted to vote anyway.

 Who we are
More about us
Frequently Asked Questions
Updates on identi.ca
Updates on Twitter
Content RSS   
Events RSS   

Add App
Public API
About KDE-Apps.org
Legal Notice
Spreadshirt Shop
CafePress Shop
Sponsor us
Report Abuse

Copyright 2003-2016 KDE-Apps.org Team  
All rights reserved. KDE-Apps.org is not liable for any content or goods on this site.
All contributors are responsible for the lawfulness of their uploads.
KDE and K Desktop Environment are trademarks of KDE e.V.