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Old 09-11-2018, 05:17 PM   #2831 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by All Darc View Post
Computers are mathematic. Mathematic it's only so good as the data and the equations for simulate events.

We don't have all data and all equations to simulate the entire planet, since we don't have how to get it right. Sun light and sun effect on magnetic filed, oceans, atmosphere, and even vulcanic and magma flux after the crost.

Despite some alarming and apocaliptic sentences, I think Earth it's changing fast.

A bit off now. May I ask someone about the soldering schmemes in a typical solar panel?
Not all cell are soldered in paralel, otherwise the final output in volts would bemuch higher.
Some help, please.
This climate change is a joke compared to the end of the last ice age.

In most panels the cells are in serries. Each cell only makes like a 1/2 volt. Your 72 cell panels make about 48 volts and 60 cell panels make about 35 volts.

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