The Other Coast by Adrian Raeside

The Other Coast

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  1. nighthawks

    nighthawks GoComics PRO Member said, about 3 years ago

    Their problems are more serious than that.
    the earth, apparently, has stopped revolving.
    total darkness on the other side of the planet .
    major cataclysmic events to follow.

  2. treesareus

    treesareus said, about 3 years ago

    We live in a remote area “off the grid” and have had hydro power for years. During dry years we need more power so we bought a solar system for $40,000 a few years ago. It’s life expectancy is 25 years and the batteries must be replaced every 7 years @ $12,000 a set. The total cost averages $240 a month and the system produces about $75 worth of power if we were “on the grid”. Solar power isn’t ready for prime time yet.

  3. Dr Dave

    Dr Dave said, about 3 years ago


    Dealin’ with Hoomans, you are…

  4. Redhead55

    Redhead55 said, about 3 years ago

    Rather than wind or solar power, I think I would go with an electro-magnetic generator. I’m currently looking into the cost and longevity of such a system.

  5. rush.diana

    rush.diana said, about 3 years ago

    There goes the local bat and raptor population…….

  6. Pharmakeus Ubik

    Pharmakeus Ubik said, about 3 years ago


    Solar isn’t ready because you jumped the gun?

  7. Jim Guess

    Jim Guess said, about 3 years ago


    What idiots we be!

    What do you do on a cloudy day?
    What does his neighbor do on a calm day?

  8. Jim Guess

    Jim Guess said, about 3 years ago


    Please explain how this electro-magnetic generator is powered. How does it produce power?

    I am all ears …

  9. K M

    K M GoComics PRO Member said, about 3 years ago


    There goes the local anything-that-flies population. They’re finding dead eagles in the wind turbine farms in Colorado, both bald eagles and golden eagles.

  10. hippogriff

    hippogriff said, about 3 years ago

    Chuck Barnard: Sun rights are unlikely to be affected as the shadow would only be in that position for an hour or so. If longer, the law would apply.
    rush.diana: Bats could avoid them in total darkness. Eagles are slower reacting, but casualties would be minor compared to the rate of avian deaths caused by skyscrapers. Strange there were never any such reports in the pre-REA days of abundant farm windmill pumps and generators. Studies of the Danish off-shore wind farms show most birds view them as a solid object and fly around the whole array, while gulls and cormorants view the maintenance platforms and ideal nesting sites. I think these avian death stories come from the American Petroleum Institute.

  11. StoicLion

    StoicLion said, about 3 years ago

    “Smug Alert”?

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