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Yawn.

Answer the question Duncestan.

Why do you selectively condone sexual misconduct towards women when it suits you?

lowtensionearth

Wow, that is a savage post. I don't seem to h ...

[quote=lowtensionearth]You’ll have try harder to be provocative than that Duncestan.

Care to drop into that other thread and explain how you support Donald Trump against over twenty, some very cr ...

A very foolish idea. Another incompatible system.

"This section also included the Manpower clerks, three of them per shift, who signed crews on and off, allocated unoccupied crews to jobs and did first aid, if required."
ngarner


That ...

[quote=Radioman]Hello All,

escalators, being moving machinery with uneven and varying impacts over a period of time, will have a limited lifetime. Southern Cross at Spencer St opened in 2006, which ...

Posted 20 Nov 2018 17:39 in The Lounge by northbritish

[quote=don_dunstan][quote][quote]So if I don't talk about terrorist plots then it's not happening?[/quote] You complain about people allegedly twisting your words and now you do exactly the same. Don' ...

[quote="Matthew"][quote=northbritish]"The Ballarat Energy Storage System (BESS) is a 30-megawatt lithium-ion battery capable of powering more than 20,000 homes for an hour and is the equivalent of aro ...

[quote="Matthew"][quote=northbritish]"The Ballarat Energy Storage System (BESS) is a 30-megawatt lithium-ion battery capable of powering more than 20,000 homes for an hour and is the equivalent of aro ...

[quote="Matthew"][quote=northbritish]"The Ballarat Energy Storage System (BESS) is a 30-megawatt lithium-ion battery capable of powering more than 20,000 homes for an hour and is the equivalent of aro ...

[quote=potatoinmymouth][url=https://www.theage.com.au/business/the-economy/watershed-moment-victoria-launches-first-grid-scale-battery-20181024-p50bjd.html]https://www.theage.com.au/business/the-econo ...

I found this. Food for thought.

"Some believe thorium is the key to developing a new generation of cleaner, safer nuclear power.According to a 2011 opinion piece by a group of scientists at the

[quote=Myrtone]I used to be obsessed with it as a child but I now wonder if a good restaurant could really fit on a tram. I doubt it is really a proper restaurant. A party tram may well be a better id ...

They have been grounded over "safety" issues, no details so far.

Spudchomper. Yes these projects are good, trains that are incompatible with the rest of the network, a rail tunnel that misses a major interchange point, the others are good but not enough. What I am  ...

Well the SRL proposal is really doing its job as a distraction from the failure of the Andrews government to address current issues with public transport.

[quote=Aaron]No, they can apply from the safe country they have presumably entered lawfully and are generally boarding a leaking fishing vessel to which they hope will illegally arrive them on an Aust ...

[quote=Aaron]As for the crux of the issue and what should replace coal, Thorium MSR.

Available, cheap, safe, relatively short lived wasted, near no scope for weaponisation, no ability for melt down ...

Posted 29 Jan 2017 16:09 in The Lounge by northbritish

[quote=Newcastle Express]Let's try that again.

Are you sitting down?

Why? Because the Trump team said that they will not lie. Nope, it's not 1st April yet.

They already have lied. Lied about ...

[quote=Lad_Porter][quote]Billions spent on maintenance and what to show ? Where is all the money going ?[/quote]It reminds me of 1999 and the so-called "Y2K Bug". Millions spent on fixing legacy syst ...



The LXRA seem to be taking the opportunity to get rid of the hill between Blackburn and Nunawading Railway Stations whilst they remove the level crossing.
"LancedDendrite"

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[quote="DJ Marshall"]IS THIS WHERE TAX PAYER'S MONEY GOES TO?

I recorded this video last night on the way home from an office party, this all happened on the metro Melbourne trains.

Police abuse a ...

Posted 06 Feb 2016 17:20 in Melbourne suburban by northbritish

[quote=ElliotProvis]I think most forums are strictly about making actual contributions to content and knowledge. Your opinions on the Greek economy and how this has a bizarre correlation to heterodox ...

Posted 02 Feb 2016 13:47 in Melbourne suburban by northbritish

[quote="ElliotProvis"]Dear northbritish. I can see from your response that you are simply not interested in accepting new ideas and information on how the world can be changed. This is unfortunate as ...

Posted 01 Feb 2016 12:42 in Melbourne suburban by northbritish

[quote="ElliotProvis"]

Also one other thing, the obsession with governments running at a surplus is a conservative hangover from the 1980's and Thatcher and Reagan's economic reforms. They are defini ...

Posted 01 Feb 2016 12:29 in Melbourne suburban by northbritish

[quote="A hat with a toucan 2:ele"][quote=ARodH][quote]Here is a few more:

Pakenham/Cranbourne Line (5)

Huntingdale (too close to oakligh)

Westall (too close to Clayton)[/quote]Oh gods, it's the ...

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