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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Feb 03, 2013 6:52 am

...i liked the blimps.
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Feb 03, 2013 12:31 pm

Lordo wrote:nobody said go to the top. only muhammed did that. will have to work out the two levels to make it work. do you want me to do it for you.

tell me something i dont know. cutting concrete is for pussies, try steel. now thats for men. drop of water dripping off the tap will cut concrete eventually.

you assholes.


Yes work it out and tell us the results, you simplistic ottoman ilkokul spastic idiot.

CUTTING STEEL WITH HIGH PRESSURE WATER

http://www.woma.de/show_app.htm?pp=appl ... 0stalowych



CUTTING CONCRETE WITH HIGH PRESSURE WATER

http://www.woma.de/show_app.htm?pp=appl ... %20cutting
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Lordo » Sun Feb 03, 2013 12:36 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Lordo wrote:nobody said go to the top. only muhammed did that. will have to work out the two levels to make it work. do you want me to do it for you.

tell me something i dont know. cutting concrete is for pussies, try steel. now thats for men. drop of water dripping off the tap will cut concrete eventually.

you assholes.


Yes work it out and tell us the results, you simplistic ottoman ilkokul spastic idiot.

CUTTING STEEL WITH HIGH PRESSURE WATER

http://www.woma.de/show_app.htm?pp=appl ... 0stalowych



CUTTING CONCRETE WITH HIGH PRESSURE WATER

http://www.woma.de/show_app.htm?pp=appl ... %20cutting


i will explain it at your level. you press a button and it works. simple enough for you.

you did not know about cutting steel. you thought cutting concrete was a big thing. when in reality concrete has no tensile strenth at all. but enough of education for one day.

off to church you go boys.
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Feb 03, 2013 12:53 pm

Lordo wrote:
i will explain it at your level. you press a button and it works. simple enough for you.

you did not know about cutting steel. you thought cutting concrete was a big thing. when in reality concrete has no tensile strenth at all. but enough of education for one day.

off to church you go boys.


Don't try to look more stupid than you already are.
Concrete Tensile strength : 2 - 5 MPa (300 - 700 psi)
http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/concr ... _1223.html

Furthermore whatever the initial elevation/pressure at the start point in Turkey-that has to get lost at the first station a few miles away to de-aerate the pipes. So from that point onwards they have to use pumps.
And tha's just to bring it at the shores of Kyrenia. Then what?
Do you know how much it costs to pump water from sea level up to the lowest point of Pentadaktylos (kionelli?) and then have it come down to Nicosia by gravity? I bet you don't. The system can't work like a hose that sucks from one side and delivers at the other because of the high pressures that turn water into vapor....


I 'll tell you something. You cross your fingers that this project never brings you any water from Turkey. Because the Turks are going to charge you at least 4-5 USD per ton and that will ONLY include the cost of running the pumps.
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Kikapu » Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:02 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Lordo wrote:
i will explain it at your level. you press a button and it works. simple enough for you.

you did not know about cutting steel. you thought cutting concrete was a big thing. when in reality concrete has no tensile strenth at all. but enough of education for one day.

off to church you go boys.


Don't try to look more stupid than you already are.
Concrete Tensile strength : 2 - 5 MPa (300 - 700 psi)
http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/concr ... _1223.html

Furthermore whatever the initial elevation/pressure at the start point in Turkey-that has to get lost at the first station a few miles away to de-aerate the pipes. So from that point onwards they have to use pumps.
And tha's just to bring it at the shores of Kyrenia. Then what?
Do you know how much it costs to pump water from sea level up to the lowest point of Pentadaktylos (kionelli?) and then have it come down to Nicosia by gravity? I bet you don't. The system can't work like a hose that sucks from one side and delivers at the other because of the high pressures that turn water into vapor....


I 'll tell you something. You cross your fingers that this project never brings you any water from Turkey. Because the Turks are going to charge you at least 4-5 USD per ton and that will ONLY include the cost of running the pumps.


I don't think Turkey has any plans to use pumps, but instead use Lordo's big mouth to siphon the water all the way from Turkey, just because Lordo is such a huge sucker! :lol:
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:32 pm

Kikapu wrote:I don't think Turkey has any plans to use pumps, but instead use Lordo's big mouth to siphon the water all the way from Turkey, just because Lordo is such a huge sucker! :lol:


Lordo boy doesn't know what he is talking about...
I just checked the Kyrenia -Kionelly -Nicosia road elevations from Google Earth, it has a maximum elevation of 380m this means they have to use at least an 8 KW pump,(11 HP) or 2-3 smaller ones, the cost of electricity for this (at 20 cents/KW) =1.6 Euros per ton, and that's over and above the cost to bring it from Turkey.

Lordo and other simplistic idiots like Turkish PM Erdogan think it's like carrying water from one village to another at no cost at all. I bet someone has already told Erdogan, that even if this project ever had any possibility to materialize, it would still cost more (per ton) to run it, than simply desalinate sea water. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Lordo » Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:43 pm

well what do you know the master debaters are all here now.
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Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:46 pm

Lordo wrote:well what do you know the master debaters are all here now.


And the ottoman ilkokul spastic idiot is taking it from behind :P :P
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Lordo » Sun Feb 03, 2013 2:11 pm

well of course you know all about that being greek an all.

we are supposed to share cyprus with assholes like you. dream on asshole.
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Feb 03, 2013 2:49 pm

Lordo wrote:well of course you know all about that being greek an all.

we are supposed to share cyprus with assholes like you. dream on asshole.


Don't worry lordo. One day you will realize that you need the extra sense of the Greeks to move forward. I admit that you guys have some sense, like for example when your "bothers" in Turkey tried using balloons to bring you water. Of course we know that they failed miserably, but that's not because the idea was wrong, it's because the Turkish sense was always limited.. :P
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