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16‏/06‏/2008

ha vinto la turchia contro i cechi

la nazionale turca ha battuto 3-2 la Repubblica Ceca

http://www.corrieredellosport.it/images/31/C_3_Media_338331_immagine_npp.jpg

15‏/06‏/2008

solar pannel

http://groups.google.com/group/oreganicarchitecture?hl=it

It would be a good investment replace old Eternit roofs houses with
solar panels that produce clean energy. This type of operation will
cost zero, since the production of solar panels for electricity, sold,
generating an economic return, allowing you to cover expenses
incurred. The operation is very important for `environmental, ecology
band for the economy. The Eternit, as you know, is composed of
asbestos material that is harmful to health. The replacement of
roofing Eternit with photovoltaic panels makes it possible clean
energy production without polluting emissions into the atmosphere. It
'been calculated that thanks to these devices prevent the emission of
tonnes of CO2 per year. With regard to economic performance, installed
photovoltaic panels, will produce millions of kilowatts, allowing the
savings of thousands of barrels of oil. In addition, the sale of
electricity gains million of Euro, sufficient to cover the costs of
the whole operation, including the removal and disposal of Eternit and
installation of solar panels.

http://www.italianotizie.it/public/upload/pannellisolari.jpg

14‏/06‏/2008

Amman City Streets

hasanisawi has left a new comment on the post "Amman City Streets":

I lived many years in Italy, design of roads consider the pedestrian crossings, runway cycling traffic restricted in the historic centre, roads totally pedestrian walkways or in some hours referring to the time of greatest flow of pedestrians (schools, shopping and events).
Jordan, in particular in Amman, I noticed that it is almost an adventure cross the streets. since there are no even the pedestrian crossing, and when there are drivers and pedestrians they don`t respect.Green areas are few or do not exist at all.

I hope that in the design of cites the architects are taken care of pedestrian as a key element, so the districts of Amman become a viable part from all points of view.

personalsite:
http:\\assex.altervista.org\geometr1.htm

example: http://www.sindacocandiani.info/?p=94

http://ammanvoice.blogspot.com/2007/07/amman-city-streets.html
hasanisawi has left a new comment on the post "Amman City Streets":

I lived many years in Italy, design of roads consider the pedestrian crossings, runway cycling traffic restricted in the historic centre, roads totally pedestrian walkways or in some hours referring to the time of greatest flow of pedestrians (schools, shopping and events).
Jordan, in particular in Amman, I noticed that it is almost an adventure cross the streets. since there are no even the pedestrian crossing, and when there are drivers and pedestrians they don`t respect.Green areas are few or do not exist at all.

I hope that in the design of cites the architects are taken care of pedestrian as a key element, so the districts of Amman become a viable part from all points of view.

personalsite:
http:\\assex.altervista.org\geometr1.htm

example: http://www.sindacocandiani.info/?p=94

http://ammanvoice.blogspot.com/2007/07/amman-city-streets.html