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New anti-island requirements (joking around)


Sean, you are the first person to make these presentations enjoyable. Informative and entertaining at the same time. I liked the bridge between energy, distance, light and space.


Thansk! Hopefully I don't get arrested for messing with the forces that keep us subdued.

Did you know it takes 500 seconds from the sun to make it from the sun to earth? I think that instead of the 5 minute anti-islanding requirement of UL 1741 inverters, it should correlate with the time it takes to get light from the sun.

I also think of weird stuff like if I shine a flashlight at the sun, what will happen to those photons?

On the sun, they probably have earthar panels.


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