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    Thailand: Land of "If Only..."

    By 05H, Created on: 19/12/2013, Last updated on: 19/12/2013

    » As long as I've known it, Thailand has suffered chronic political instability punctuated by major, often violent upheavals. I do not presume to know the solution. I pity the majority of vibrant, creative Thai people for the enormous loss of potential that they suffer both as individuals and as a nation...

    • 0 replies, 8,857 views

    Thai politics

    How do we fight corruption?

    By chopinfan, Created on: 19/12/2013, Last updated on: 06/02/2014

    » I ran into a very interesting article about how Singapore fought corruption successfully. Surely many will have different opinions t but perhaps we can learn and adapt it for Thailand if people are willing to make this happen quickly. http://livelystories.com/?p=137

    • 4 replies, 14,555 views

    Thai environment, energy, safety issues

    Solar Power

    By Anonymous, Created on: 29/03/2005, Last updated on: 31/03/2015

    » I dont understand why Thailand is not using the sun which is there 365 days/year. Can anybody tell me ? I am in the process of building a house but when it comes to solar energy i might have to import myself to only then be confronted with a high import tax on such products. And that while closing...

    • Dominic990 commented : [quote="ed browning":250ifptx][u:250ifptx]It appears that scalable [url=http://www.shinesolar.net:250ifptx][color=#000000:250ifptx]solar panel[/color:250ifptx][/url:250ifptx] may be here already. Nanosolar in San Jose California is claiming their thinfilm printed solar sheets can be purchased ata cost of 99 cents- US per watt. If this is the case you have the beginnings of the great energy revolution. With that kind of cost it would be ideal for homeowner to power both his home and his vehicle with solar electricity. Utilities could even provide hydrogen as fuel at reasonable prices by splitting it from seawater. The US in particular is sick of dealing with OPEC. It costs us over a billion dollars a day to try to maintain the continuance of that supply and what do we get-higher and higher prices from countries that continue to oppress their own people. Yep- scalable solar is coming[/u:250ifptx].[/quote:250ifptx] Practically I am not huge fan of solar power.. It is very expensive with little efficiency..

    • 58 replies, 163,778 views

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