Monthly Archives: March 2010

military expenditures

Taiwan spend about 3%, or $20 billion on military expenditure in 2008.  US spend about 3%, 0r $600 billion on it. Japan, hindered by the peace clause, can only spend up to 1% of their GDP on military budget China, who is … Continue reading

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Constructing for a flash site

Am planning to build up my personal flash-designed site for my jkon23business studio over the summer.

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台灣第13大城市是上海不是苗栗

台灣人在上海的人口大約為35萬-70萬人, 比台灣的第13大城市 苗栗縣 還多出了14萬人之多 哈  有趣!!

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The dirty truth about the air

The political wrangling over environmental matters like greenhouse gases, emissions trading, and energy security often clouds another substantive part of the story: the deleterious health effects of breathing dirty air. Green house gas is detrimental to human health, particularly because … Continue reading

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Fusion energy

There will be a functioning nuclear fusion plant by 2020 A number of of research groups around the world are working to develop the would-be-revolutionary technology that could power whole cities using hydrogen from water, an unlimited source without harmful … Continue reading

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Offseting efforts for oils

According to the International Energy Agency, demand for oil has in face peaked in OECD members. However, despite the flat demand over the past 2 years in EU, Japan and U.S., the IEA predicts that burheoning demand for oil in emerging … Continue reading

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stimulus package on clean energy

The stimulus package of U.S. is putting $80 billion into clean energy, the biggest investment of its kind in U.S. history. But they are certainly not enough. The emerging metphor in the energy world is that of a race, like a space … Continue reading

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