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Wikipedia Rules A-Z[edit]

The "end Eocene" event.

I began editing to sort out the Isle of Wight and played with the Categories until I went crazy. I tried to copy the layout of Cornwall which looked very organized. None of the other counties of England are that well organized.

Then i wanted to write some pages. I found this very hard to put something together which would be both encyclopedic and relevant.

Then I significantly rewrote Brighstone Forest and modified Parkhurst Forest. This of course had to go into a new category. (Category:Forests_and_woodlands_on_the_Isle_of_Wight)

I finally managed to create my own new page, a page called Newtown River

Being a bit! obsessed with the IOW I added an IOW section into List of bays of the British Isles, List of places on the British coastline, List of rivers of England

Following my work on IOW forests I graduated to doing tables - pretty tricky! I created a new page called List of Forestry Commission land on the Isle of Wight

I have now started a large piece of work with more tables called List of National Trust land in England

Finished Thames and solent region by extensive research of the National trust website, the information is all over the place! Then i poored over the 1:25000 scale o/s map of the IOW and found a whole load of land manged by the NT but not mentioned on their website, they are so modest! This i have added to the table, areas are missing, how do you calculate them off a map?

Definitely finding that my interests lie in the nature/conservation side of things. There are so many artices that have not been written, particularly to complete the links on List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest on the Isle of Wight and also i'm thinking lots of articles need to be updated to indicate that they are in the Isle of Wight AONB

Just updated the Western Yar entry. Hope its OK


The work continues....

Work to do[edit]

rewrite Luccombe

write Alan Hersey Nature Reserve - Done

Have a look at List of Special Areas of Conservation in England - Done

IOW SSSIs

IOW forests

IOW local nature reserves


IOW Bays[edit]

General structure of article

1) Summary description, including location

2) Detailed description, start, finish, length, shape, direction facing

3) beach material

4) Any other notable features, access, NT, tides etc

5) Photo

IOW Chines[edit]

A funny thing happened on the Chine page. I came up with the idea of adding a section on the IOW chines, by creating a list. It was incomplete and within a few days someone had completed the list and started creating chine pages. Amazing that I could have this effect. I have now set out on "project chine" which is to photo all the IOW chines and write up any that are needed.

General structure of article

1) Summary description, including location

2) Detailed description, start, length, direction, finish

3) Vegetation/geology

4) Source and destination of water

5) Any other notable features, access, NT etc

6) Coast Path?

Nice work! By coincidence, I briefly got an Athens login in August, and was able to find a systematic list in academic journals. I'm going to the IOW later this year (my dad's from Newport and still lives there), but it's a visiting-family kind of trip and I don't think I'll be too popular if I start sneaking off chine-hunting. Gordonofcartoon (talk) 21:01, 15 September 2008 (UTC)

Wind Energy[edit]

Worldwide installed wind power capacity 1996-2008


Year U.K. MW Change  % Change
2010 5,204 1,132 27.8%
2009 4,072 1,099 37%
2008 2,973 544 22.4%
2007 2,429 459 23.3%
2006 1,970 622 46.1%
2005 1,348 460 51.8%
2004 888 242 37.5%
2003 646 102 18.8%
2002 544 90 19.8%
2001 454 65 16.7%
2000 389 N/A N/A


List of onshore wind farms in the United Kingdom

List of offshore wind farms in the United Kingdom

Wind Turbine Companies to do

World Sporting Events Calandar January to June 2011[edit]

World Sporting Events Calandar July to December 2011[edit]

Global Warming graphs[edit]

What it used to be like:-

Oxygen Isotopes in fossils for the last 542 million years
Oxygen Isotopes in sediment for the last 65 million years
Oxygen Isotopes in sediment for the last 5 million years
EPICA and Vostok ice cores display the relationship between temperature and level of CO2 for the last 800,000 years.
Ice Cores for the last 450,000 years
Ice Cores for the last 40,000 years
Various temperature proxies for the last 12,000 years

What we have done over the last 150 years:-

Global fossil carbon emissions 1800 – 2004.
Peak Oil

The measured effect of all the Carbon burning:-

Sulphate aerosol and greenhouse gases effect on climate change based on Meehl et al. (2004) in Journal of Climate
The Keeling Curve of atmospheric CO2 concentrations measured at the Mauna Loa Observatory.
CO2 concentrations over the last 400,000 years

The result:-

Two millennia of mean surface temperatures according to different reconstructions, each smoothed on a decadal scale. The instrumental record and the unsmoothed annual value for 2004 are shown in black.
instrumental record of global average temperatures as compiled by NASA
Comparison of the global average surface temperature record as measured by Satellites

The effect of global warming:-

Glacial mass balance, reported to the WGMS and the NSIDC.
Arctic sea ice loss over the last 30 years

The Clare Balding Incident[edit]

In an episode broadcast on 15/12/07, the defending the indefensible round between Clare Balding and Will Buckley was too close to call. He deffered the decision to his producer but in an effort to sway the decision Clare apparently exposed her breasts to Colin Murray. In customary Murray style, he awarded the win to Will Buckley. He signed off by saying, "..it will take me 7 days to get over that!". Clare replied by saying, "It was specially for the Webcam."

Without the Hot Air[edit]

Sustainable Energy – without the hot air is a book written by David Mackay, Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Department of Physics at the University of Cambridge. The book was published in December 2008 in the UK and released in May 2009 in the US. It is 380 pages long and is available in both hardback and paperback for £45 and 19.99 respectively. It is also published in html and freely downlaodable as pdf documents from a website.

The book is divided into 4 parts

Part I – Numbers, not adjectives The first part of this book discusses whether a country like the United Kingdom, famously well endowed with wind, wave, and tidal resources, could live on its own renewables. We often hear that Britain’s renewables are “huge.” But it’s not sufficient to know that a source of energy is “huge.” We need to know how it compares with another “huge,” namely our huge consumption. To make such comparisons, we need numbers, not adjectives.

Part II – Energy plans that add up The second part explores six strategies for eliminating the gap between consumption and renewable production identified in the first part, then sketches several energy plans for Britain, each of which adds up.

Part III – Technical chapters The third part of the book drills down to the physical foundations of energy consumption and energy production. Eight appendices show from first principles where the numbers in the first two parts come from. These appendices explain, for example, how cars can be made significantly more energy-efficient, and why planes cannot; and they explain how the power from wind farms, tide farms, and wave farms can all be calculated on the back of an envelope. It contains more formulas

Part IV – Useful data The final sixteen pages of the book contain further reference data and conversion factors, useful for applying the book’s ideas to other countries, and for translating to and from units used by other organizations.

Chapter 1[edit]

Chapter 2[edit]

Key forms of consumption

  • Transport - cars,planes
  • Heating/cooling
  • Lighting
  • IT and gadgets
  • Food
  • Manufacturing

Renewable Energy

  • Wind
  • Solar
  • Hydroelectric
  • Wave
  • Tide
  • Geothermal
  • Nuclear?

Figures basic unit of energy = kWh

basic unit of power consumption= kWh per day

basic unit of power generation= kWh per day per person

Light bulb 40W=1kWh/d Electric heater 1kW=24kWh/d UK electricity consumption=40Gw=16kWh/d per person


High grade energy= electricity/chemical Thermal energy is low grade energy, it is difficult to store and transport. The higher the temp the more useful the energy Converting energy from one source to another wastes energy

Chapter 3 Cars[edit]

They use lots of energy

Energy use:- Average car driver (11000 miles) uses 40kWh/d. i.e. 14MWh per year. Petrol 10kWh/litre. Diesel 11kWh/litre

Efficiency:- 80kWh per 100 passenger kilometres (compare walking 3.6kWh per 100 miles)

Chapter 5 Planes[edit]

They use unbeleivable amounts of energy

Energy use:- One trip to South Africa in a year uses 30kWh/d. i.e. 10MWh per year

Efficiency:- plane (jet or turboprop) 40kWh per 100 passenger kilometres(twice as efficient as a car) 2 short haul flights to Europe 6kWh/d: Frequent flyer 60kWh/d

Chapter 7 Heating/Cooling[edit]

  • Bath 5kwh
  • Shower 1.4kwh
  • Kettle (20 mins per day) 1kwh/d
  • Electric Cooker (2 rings 30mins per say) 1.6kwh/d
  • Electric Oven (60 mins per day) 1.5kwh/d
  • Microwave(20 mins per day) 0.5kwh/d
  • Washing machine 1kw/h
  • Dishwasher 1.5kw/h

Total average water heating 12kWh/d

Total average air heating 24kWh/d

  • Fridge/freezer 0.5kwh/d
  • Air Con 0.6kwh/d

Total average cooling 1kWh/d

Grand Total average heating and cooling 37kWh/d

Chapter 9 Lighting[edit]

Total average lighting 4kWh/d (Street lights 0.1kwh/d, traffic lights 0.005kwh/d, lights while driving 2% extra power)

Chapter 11 Gadgets[edit]

"All the energy saved in switching off your charger for one day is used up in one second of car-driving.

The energy saved in switching off the charger for one year is equal to the energy in a single hot bath."

Up to 5kWh/d depending on number of gadgets. Beware of guzzlers, like printers, computer, TV, DVDs Electricity generation, more than half the energy goes up the chimney and 8% is lost in transmission. Burning Fossil fuels at home means that more of the energy goes into creating hot air.

Chapter 13 Food and Farming[edit]

15kWh/d

Chapter 15 Stuff[edit]

48kWh/d + 12kWh/d to transport it

Chapter 17 Public Services[edit]

4kWh/d Defence

Chapter 4 Wind[edit]

Onshore Windiest 10% of the country with windmills (delivering 2 W/m2), we would be able to generate 20kWh/d per person (29GW compared with current 3GW capacity (1GW useable assuming 30% efficient)

Chapter 6 Solar[edit]

  • Solar thermal: using the sunshine for direct heating of buildings or water. 10 m2 of panels per person – and let’s assume these are 50%-efficient generates 13kWh/d.
  • Solar photovoltaic: generating electricity. Every person 10 m2 of expensive (20%-efficient) solar panels and cover all south-facing roofs would generate 5kWh/d and 5% of the UK covered with 10%-efficient panels generates 50kWh/d.
  • Solar biomass: using trees, bacteria, algae, corn, soy beans, or oilseed to make energy fuels, chemicals, or building materials. 75% of the country covered with 2%-efficient plants would generate 24kWh/d (with some loss in the process)
  • Food: the same as solar biomass, except we shovel the plants into humans or other animals.

Chapter 8 Hydroelectricity[edit]

Exploiting 78000 km2 of highland would generate 1.5kWh/d per person. Currently 0.2kWh/d per person, so this would require a seven-fold increase in hydroelectric power.

Chapter 10 Offshore Wind[edit]

Total shallow area 40000 km2, guess available fraction 1/3 gives 16kWh/d per person Total deep area 80000 km2, guess available fraction 1/3 gives 32kWh/d per person Requires huge engineering effort, uses vast amounts of steel and concrete and boats. Windmills do kill birds but cars and cats kill many many more.

Chapter 12 Wave[edit]

Let’s assume that brilliant wave-machines are 50%-efficient at turning the incoming wave power into electricity, and that we are able to pack wave-machines along 500 km (half) of Atlantic-facing coastline. That would mean we could deliver 4kWh/d per person.

Chapter 14 Tidal[edit]

Raw total available tidal power around whole of UK is 250GW. Equivalent to 100kWh/d each. Assume 5% efficiency then 5kWh/d. Tidal Stream Farms at pinch points around UK could generate 9kWh/d Barrages, Seven barrage to generate 0.8kWh/d Tidal Lagoons. By using two side by side can make a useful pumped storage facility. Two proposed off Blackpool and the Wash generating 1.5kWh/d. Total Tidal 11kWh/d Many benefits, predictable, times vary around UK, out of sight.

Chapter 16 Geothermal[edit]

1kWh/d possible

Chapter 18 Can we live on renwables?[edit]

Grand total consumption 195kWh/d per person Grand total generation from renewables 180kWh/d per person

Chapter 19 Every BIG Helps[edit]

Small things wont help. Unplugging Mob phones won't fix the problem. Need to do BIG thinks. Reduce Demand by:- 1) Reduce Population 2) Change our lifestyle 3) Be more efficient Option 3) only real possibility

Simplify situation by focusing on the big picture, by ignoring industry, agriculture and embodied energy. That leaves 125kWh/d per person. Namely heating (40kWh/d), transport (40kWh/d), electricity (18kWh/d) (27kWh/d lost from conversion to electricity)

Chapter 20 More Efficient Transport[edit]

Occupants of Corston House, Ryde[edit]

1[edit]

Thomas Talbot Harington (?-?) 22/07/1842 Will of Thomas Talbot Harington, In the Service of the Honorable East India Company on their Marine Establishment in Bengal of Corston House Ryde Isle of Wight , Hampshire. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documentsonline/details-result.asp?queryType=1&resultcount=1&Edoc_Id=102788 Will at The National Archives A captain in the East India Company, sailed boats owned by William Moffat:- Ganges, Charles Grant, Scaleby Castle. Had land in Simon's Town in South Africa (Cape of Good Hope). http://www.simonstown.org/page18.html Named it Seaforth. Moved to Calcutta. Married to Jemima Harington See ref. Stoke Poges

T Harington East-Indiaman ships:- http://wiki.fibis.org/index.php?title=Ships_of_the_Bombay_Marine_and_Indian_Navy

  • Winterton ? - lost off Madagascar 1792
  • Ganges built by Wells in Bombay, launched 1797

Harrington became commander on 4th Jan 1805 http://www.mariners-l.co.uk/EICSocCommanders.htm

Date missing? Madras, Bengal, China and Bombay. Capt Thomas Talbot Harrington. Portsmouth 25 Apr 1805 - 23 Aug Madras - 14 Sep Saugor - 6 Nov Carnicobar - 14 Nov Penang - 1 Dec Malacca - 1 Feb 1806 Whampoa - 19 Mar Second Bar - 2 Jul Bombay 27 Feb 1807 - lost off St Vincent 29 May. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=059-iorlmar_2&cid=1-1-216#1-1-216

lost off St. Vincent 1807, http://wrecksite.eu/wreck.aspx?139135 Manuscript by T Harington detailing loss and salvation

  • Scaleby Castle built by Wells in Bombay, launched 1798

1810/1 Bombay and China. Capt Thomas Talbot Harington. Torbay 12 May 1811 - 6 Sep Bombay - 22 Dec Batavia - 9 Mar 1812 Whampoa - 29 Mar Second - 23 Jul St Helena - 24 Oct Downs.

1813/4 St Helena, Batavia and China. Capt Thomas Talbot Harington. Portsmouth 31 Dec 1813 - 5 Apr 1814 St Helena - 26 May Cape - 31 Aug Batavia - 7 Oct Samarang - 24 Dec Amboina - 28 Feb 1815 Whampoa - 25 Mar Second Bar - 24 May Batavia - 28 Jul Cape - 11 Sep St Helena - 14 Nov Downs.

  • Charles Grant Built at Bombay 1810

From Bombay 1810. Capt Thomas Talbot Harington. Bombay 17 Apr 1810 - 5 Jul St Helena - 8 Sep Long Reach.

Possible Guthrie & Company relation http://infopedia.nl.sg/articles/SIP_1238_2008-12-12.html

2[edit]

Rev. S. Phillips (?-?) 01/1841 LETTER: Rev. S. Phillips, Corston House, Ryde, I.O.W., to Lord Newborough (3rd Baron) congratulating him on the birth of his son. He also asks if Lord Newborough will contribute towards a new burial ground and new church at Ryde, and also towards providing more free sittings, for the poor in the present parish chapel of St. Thomas.[1]

3[edit]

Emma Adams (nee Curtis) & son H.W. Adams (1805-1854)

1842 Emma Adams of Corston House received "Packet of accounts" (estate) of husband H.C. Adams.[2]

Present in the 1851 census with

Emma Adams died aged 76 22nd June 1857 at Corston House.[3]

List of children and confirmation of date of death.[4]

4[edit]

Mr West 02/08/1879 Mr WEST, Corston House, Spencer-road, was riding his bicycle down the steep hill of Binstead-road, when a cart ran into him. He was thrown off, and was so severely shaken and bruised, that he has been under medical care ever since. IW Advertiser, Ryde & Ventnor Times http://members.lycos.co.uk/s0uthbury/accidents.htm

5[edit]

J. R. West, Esq., ~1881 Provided reference, lived at Corston House, Ryde, IW Arab Bicycle advertisement http://www.btinternet.com/~rob.martin1/harrington/bike.htm

6[edit]

George, Mary & Herbert V. G. DITCHFIELD 1881 Census, Licensed Victualler (1891 Census) FHL Film 1341288 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1178 Folio 40 Page 31

7[edit]

John Rylands (1801-1888) ~1881 Acquired Corston House, Ryde, for £1,600, as a rest home for ministers of different denominations (Farnie 1993:83-95, Green 1889a: 35). http://library.panteion.gr:8080/dspace/bitstream/123456789/447/1/JONES.pdf

1897 Illuminated Address presented to Mrs Rylands Enriqueta Augustina Rylands (1843-1908)) by guests entertained at Corston House on the Isle of Wight RYL/2/5 Electronic Gateway to Archives at Rylands http://archives.li.man.ac.uk/ead/html/gb133ryl-p2.shtml

Picture of Corston House Dec 1897? http://enriqueta.man.ac.uk:8180/luna/servlet/detail/Manchester~91~1~102150~105947:Corston-House

Amy Wilson 1897-1907 Account book for Amy Wilson, matron of Corston House, Ryde, dating from 1897-1907 ORF/3/1/2 Electronic Gateway to Archives at Rylands http://archives.li.man.ac.uk/ead/html/gb133orf-p2.shtml

Picture of Corston House 1905 from The Towill Collection - Wootton Bridge Historical Society http://woottonbridgeiow.org.uk/towill/rydemisc/South%20west%20view%20of%20Corston%20House%201905.jpg

8[edit]

Sir Thomas Henry Brooke-Hitching 1910 Aquired Corston House Ryde Social Heritage Group http://rydecemetery.org.uk/lookingbackarticle.asp?100yearsagoid=76

9[edit]

Messrs. J S White 02/1943 Employer of deceased father, Messrs. J S White IOW CP February 6 &13, 1943 http://www.woottonbridgeiow.co.uk/People/William%20H%20Please.htm


Harington the Bombay years[edit]

National Archive records IOR/G/9/4 ff55-61 6-28 Jun 1814 Copies of correspondence between Pringle and Cpt Talbot Harrington on delay in departure of Scaleby Castle for China

National Archive records IOR/F/4/1332/52720 Aug 1827-Aug 1831 The request of Captain Charles Cowles, the Port Master at Diamond Point, that his salary be increased to compensate for the reduction in mooring fees is rejected by the Bengal Government, but they permit him to cultivate the land within the harbour band -a subsequent request from Cowles and Captain Thomas Talbot Harington to be granted a lease of the land is not complied with. Related info: Bengal Pub 27 Feb 1833, draft 107/1833, E/4/736 pp 1465-66 [See also 51971 above]. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=059-f4_15&cid=1-1-84-17#1-1-84-17

National Archive records IOR/F/4/1497/58718 May 1833-Apr 1834 Measures taken to relieve the suffering caused by the severe storm and floods which occurred on 21 May 1833 at the mouth of the Hooghly - deputation of William Dampier and Captain Thomas Talbot Harington to enquire into the extent of the disaster - Government contribute 38,967 rupees towards the relief of suffering. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=059-f4_19&cid=1-1-11-1#1-1-11-1 Related information: Bengal Pub 8 Sep 1835, draft 487/1835, E/4/745 pp 153-55 [See also 57668 above]

Thomas Douglas HARRINGTON, 70, widower, deputy receiver general, England, Ottawa, s/o Thomas Talbot HARRINGTON & Jemima, married Fanny TWAMLY, 41, Quebec, Prescott, d/o John & Fanny, witn: William GERALD & Mary TWAMLY, both of Prescott, 3 Dec 1878 at Prescott

Ryder Cup European player points[edit]

Up to and including Ryder Cup 2014; players in italics still active
Name Country 1979 1981 1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 Total Points Point %
1 Nick Faldo England 3 1 4 0 3.5 2.5 1 3 2 2 - - - - - - - - 25 2.27 (10)
2 Bernhard Langer Germany - 1.5 4 3 3.5 0 1.5 2 2 3 - 3.5 - - - - - - 24 2.40 (8)
3 Colin Montgomerie Scotland - - - - - - 1.5 3.5 2 3.5 3.5 4.5 3 2 - - - - 23.5 2.94 (2)
4 Lee Westwood England - - - - - - - - - 2 2 3 4.5 4 1 2.5 2 2 23
5 Seve Ballesteros Spain 1 - 3 3.5 4 3.5 4.5 2 1 - - - - - - - - - 22.5 2.81 (4)
6 José María Olazábal Spain - - - - 3 4.5 3.5 2 - 2.5 2 - - 3 - - - - 20.5 2.93 (3)
7 Sergio García Spain - - - - - - - - - - 3.5 3 4.5 4 1 - 2 2.5 20.5 3.20 (1)
8 Tony Jacklin England 1.5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 17 2.43 (7)
9 Ian Woosnam Wales - - 0.5 2 3.5 2.5 4.5 1.5 1 1 - - - - - - - - 16.5 2.06 (11)
10 Bernard Gallacher Scotland 4 1.5 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 15.5 1.94 (12)
Peter Oosterhuis England 2 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 15.5 2.58 (6)
Neil Coles England 15.5 1.94 (12)
13 Christy O'Connor Snr Republic of Ireland 13 1.30 (17)
Ian Poulter England - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - 4 3 4 1 13 0.727 (11)
15 Peter Alliss England 12.5 1.56 (16)
16 Darren Clarke Northern Ireland - - - - - - - - - 1 2 2 3.5 3 - - - - 11.5 2.30 (9)
17 Brian Huggett Wales 11 1.83 (14)
18 Pádraig Harrington Republic of Ireland - - - - - - - - - - 1.5 2 4 0.5 0.5 2 - - 10.5 1.75 (15)
19 Brian Barnes England 10.5 1.75 (15)
20 Sam Torrance Scotland - 0.5 2 2 0.5 1 0.5 0.5 3 - - - - - - - - - 10 1.25 (18)
Justin Rose England - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3 - 3 4 10
 ? Graeme McDowell Northern Ireland - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2.5 2.5 1 3 9
 ? Rory McIlroy Northern Ireland - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 3 3 8
 ? Martin Kaymer Germany - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2.5 1 2 5.5
 ? Thomas Bjorn Denmark - - - - - - - - 1.5 - 2 - - - - - 0.5 4
 ? Henrik Stenson Sweden - - - - - - - - - - - - 1.5 1.5 - - 3 6

No.1 Golf World Ranking April 1986 to December 2010[edit]

Places I have been[edit]

1975 Majorca

1976 Le Havre, France

Lido di Jesolo, Italy Interlaken,Switzerland

1979 California & Nevada, USA

1983 Toronto,Canada

1984 Belgium,Luxemburg,Germany,Switzerland,France,Monaco

1987 France,Andorra Malaga, Spain Borovets,Bulgaria St. Lucia, Trinidad & Tobago, Martinique Berlin, Germany X 2

1995 Livigno,Milan,Italy

Vienna,Austria X 2

Crete,Greece

Rhodes,Kos

Lanzarote,Canary Islands

Halkidiki,Greece

Kiev,Ukraine X 2

Fuertaventura,Canary Islands

Gran Canaria,Canary Islands

1998 Tashkent,Uzbekistan; Kiev,Ukraine(3), Azerbaijan,Baku; Moscow,Russia; Nairobi,Kenya

1999 Rabbat,Morocco

2001 Tashkent,Uzbekistan (2)

2004 Venice,Italy

2005 Brussels,Belgium Budapest,Hungary Kiev,Ukraine(4)

2006 Porto,Portugal

2008 Madrid,Spain

Pisa,Italy

Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina

2009 Paris,France

Barcelona,Spain

Florence,Italy

2010 Munich,Germany

Beijing,China; Ulan Bator,Mongolia; Russia

2011 Lago d'Iseo,Italy

Peter Hadfield - journalist - aka potholer54[edit]

Climate change reporter and myth de-bunker Todate has made 11 Utube videos discussing climate change

1. Climate Change -- the scientific debate Basic introduction to greenhouse gas operation - effect of carbon cases Global dimming - by 1980s global warming prevelent Satellite temperature measurement in lower troposphere show cooling Visible signs of warming - ice melting in Greenland, glaciers melting, Antarctic ice shelf breaking off 1997 Kyoto 2005 Satellite temp problem solved agreement that world is warming - but is it man-made? 800 year CO2 lag - positive feedback - cold world warmed by small trigger which increases release of CO2 which warms world more ,and so on until all ice has gone, this proves that temperature and CO2 are linked. Triggers not known, consensus is that its caused by variation in earths orbit. In the past the temp change caused the CO2 conc to change, just this time its the other way around. Not variation in orbit so what is causing the recent warming Current positive feedback - methane in Siberia Overwelming majority of scientists accept role of man made CO2 in global warming

2. Climate Change -- the objections Water vapour less spectrum of absorbtion than CO2 Large degree of consensus for anthropogenic climate change Two areas of disagreement:- 1) Increased Output from sun - solar forcing - good correlation for last 250 years except for the recent period last (40yrs), recent research shows some increase but not enough to explain statistically significant rise in recent temp. 2) i) Global cloud cover - Cosmic rays remove cloud - depends on solar output again. Correlation breaks down after 1991 ii) Warmer tropical oceans, fewer cirrus clouds, more IR radiation can escape - Linzen IR Iris hypothesis - area of differences of opinion During 9/11 disruption when no planes, no contrails, daytime temp rose, but night time fell by equal amount - other research shows fewer clouds produces slight warming, Linzen used Indonesia, warmest oceans in the world, Effect is less over the whole tropics. Volcanos - not significant in global warming agreement.

3. - Climate Change -- Anatomy of a myth "Iceage on the way" Time magazine - We were in a cooling period, but it was coming to an end. Search of Scientific journals of the period discovered 7 global cooling, 44 global warning (1965-79). 6 times as many scientists were predicting global warmng global cooling agreed to be caused by pollution caused by particulates/aerosols which block sunlight. This would be overwelmed by CO2 global warning in the atmosphere end of high temperatures....leading into the next glacial age, in 20000 years (16000 current prediction) Urban myth, perpertrated by Senators, no consensus in 1970s, scientists knew climate was changing, didn't have good data.

Overall Solar Panel Progression[edit]

Energy
Milestones
kWh
Date No. of
Days
Date Daily
Energy
progression
kWh
Increase Monthly Stats Monthly Energy/kWh
High / Low
Year Daily
Energy/kWh
High / Low
100 Oct 21, 2010 24 Sep 28, 2010 1.328 n/a January 83.454 (134.6%) / 49.434 (79.7%) 2012 / 2013 6.052 / 0.083
200 Nov 24, 2010 34 September 29, 2010 1.664 0.336 February 113.575 (115.9%) / 62.414 (63.7%) 2012 / 2011 8.831 / 0.363
300 Feb 1, 2011 68 September 30, 2010 6.519 4.855 March 230.215 (140.4%) / 145.676 (88.8%) 2012 / 2013 12.782 / 1.133
400 March 8, 2011 35 October 7, 2010 7.547 1.028 April 299.698 (121.3%) / 238.202 (96.4%) 2011 / 2012 15.315 / 1.767
500 March 23, 2011 15 October 11, 2010 8.394 0.847 May 331.527 (112.8%) / 286.561 (97.5%) 2011 / 2012 15.904 / 1.973
600 April 7, 2011 15 October 20, 2010 8.426 0.032 June 310.551 (106.4%) / 253.662 (86.9%) 2011 / 2012 16.59 / 2.022
700 April 17, 2011 10 March 4, 2011 8.429 0.003 July 360.908 (118.3%) / 285.185 (93.5%) 2013 /2012 15.365 / 2.956
800 April 26, 2011 9 March 7, 2011 9.645 1.216 August 290.173 (107.1%) / 247.868 (91.5%) 2013 / 2011 13.664 / 1.566
900 May 3, 2011 7 March 19, 2011 11.006 1.361 September 243.334 (122.9%) / 186.359 (94.1%) 2012 / 2013 13.246 / 1.066
1000 May 12, 2011 9 March 23, 2011 11.053 0.047 October 166.469 (127.1%) / 121.059 (92.4%) 2011 / 2013 9.819 / 0.596
1100 May 22, 2011 10 April 6, 2011 12.393 1.34 November 89.807 (121.4%) / 64.409 (87%) 2013 / 2011 7.279 / 0.231
1200 June 1, 2011 10 April 8, 2011 12.565 0.172 December 63.8 (135.7%) / 30.558 (65%) 2011 / 2010 4.780 / 0.107
1300 June 10, 2011 9 April 9, 2011 12.955 0.39 Weekly Stats Dates Total
Energy
Average Energy
1400 June 21, 2011 11 April 25, 2011 13.534 0.579 2011 Best 7 days April 30 - May 6, 2011 95.213 13.602
1500 July 1, 2011 10 April 30, 2011 13.598 0.064 2011 Best PVO week (sun-sat) May 1 - May 7, 2011 89.361 12.765
1600 July 10, 2011 9 May 2, 2011 15.226 1.628 2012 Best 7 days May 22 - May 28, 2012 102.951 14.707
1700 July 21, 2011 11 May 25, 2011 15.814 0.588 2012 Best PVO week (sun-sat) Jul 22 - Jul 28, 2012 92.189 13.169
1800 July 31, 2011 10 May 26, 2012 15.904 0.090 2013 Best 7 days May 31 - Jun 6, 2013 103.809 14.830
1900 Aug 10, 2011 10 June 1, 2013 16.590 0.686 2013 Best PVO week (sun-sat) Jul 7 - Jul 13, 2013 102.168 14.595
2000 Aug 22, 2011 12 329 days 2014 Best 7 days* May 13 - May 19, 2014 91.574 13.082
2100 Sep 05, 2011 14 2014 Best PVO week (sun-sat)* Jun 08 - Jun 14, 2014 90.956 12.993
2200 Sep 21, 2011 16
2300 Oct 4, 2011 13
2400 Oct 22, 2011 18
2500 Nov 30, 2011 39
2600 Jan 14, 2012 45
2700 Feb 14, 2012 31
2800 Mar 7, 2012 22
2900 Mar 23, 2012 16
3000 Apr 1, 2012 9 552 days
3100 Apr 14, 2012 13
3200 Apr 26, 2012 12
3300 May 13, 2012 17
3400 May 23, 2012 10
3500 May 30, 2012 7
3600 June 13, 2012 14
3700 June 23, 2012 10
3800 July 5, 2012 12
3900 July 17, 2012 12
4000 July 26, 2012 9 668 days
4100 Aug 5, 2012 10
4200 Aug 16, 2012 11
4300 Aug 26, 2012 10
4400 Sep 7, 2012 12
4500 Sep 18, 2012 11
4600 Oct 3, 2012 15
4700 Oct 27, 2012 24
4800 Nov 30, 2012 34
4900 Jan 27, 2013 58
5000 Feb 25, 2013 29 882 days
5100 Mar 21, 2013 24
5200 Apr 6, 2013 16
5300 Apr 19, 2013 13
5400 Apr 28, 2013 9
5500 May 6, 2013 8
5600 May 16, 2013 10
5700 May 27, 2013 11
5800 June 5, 2013 9
5900 June 15, 2013 10
6000 June 27, 2013 12 1004 days
6100 July 7, 2013 10
6200 July 13, 2013 6
6300 July 21, 2013 8
6400 July 31, 2013 10
6500 Aug 10, 2013 10
6600 Aug 22, 2013 12
6700 Sep 1, 2013 10
6800 Sep 16, 2013 15
6900 Oct 6, 2013 20
7000 Nov 2, 2013 27 1132 days
7100 Dec 8, 2013 36
7200 Jan 23, 2014 46
7300 Feb 21, 2014 29
7400 Mar 11, 2014 18
7500 Mar 23, 2014 12
7600 Apr 8, 2014 16
7700 Apr 16, 2014 8
7800 Apr 30, 2014 14
7900 May 10, 2014 10
8000 May 18, 2014 8 1329 days
8100 May 31, 2014 13
8200 Jun 9, 2014 9
8300 Jun 18, 2014 9
8400 Jun 26, 2014 8
8500 Jul 5, 2014 9
8600 Jul 14, 2014 9
8700 Jul 23, 2014 9
8800 Jul 31, 2014 8
8900 Aug 10, 2014 10
9000 Aug 20, 2014 10 1423 days
9100 Sep 3, 2014 14
9200 Sep 16, 2014 13
9300 Oct 1, 2014 15
9400 Oct 23, 2014 22
9500 Dec 3, 2014 41
9600 Jan 14, 2015 42
9700 Feb 17, 2015 34

Yearly Solar Panel Progression[edit]

Energy Milestones
kWh (Expected)
2011 (days) 2012 (days)

Leap Year

2013 (days) 2014 (days) 2015 (days) 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
100 (February 11) February 24Decrease (55) February 3Increase (34) February 16Decrease (47) February 7Increase (38) February 6Increase (37)
200 (March 7) March 15Decrease (19) March 1Increase (27) March 13Decrease (25) March 1Increase (22) March 2Increase (24)
300 (March 25) March 29Decrease (14) March 19Increase (18) April 2Decrease (20) March 16Increase (15)
400 (April 8) April 11Decrease (13) March 28Increase (9) April 15Decrease (13) March 29Increase (13)
500 (April 20) April 21Steady (10) April 11Increase (14) April 24Decrease (9) April 12Increase (14)
600 (May 2) April 30Increase (9) April 21Increase (10) May 3Steady (9) April 21Increase (9)
700 (May 13) May 8Increase (8) May 8Increase (17) May 12Steady (9) May 4Increase (13)
800 (May 23) May 17Increase (9) May 19Increase (11) May 25Decrease (13) May 14Increase (10)
900 (June 3) May 26Increase (9) May 27Increase (8) June 3Steady (9) May 22Increase Increase (8)
1000 (June 13) June 5Increase (10) June 9Increase (13) June 10Increase (7) June 5Increase (14)
1100 (June 23) June 15Increase (10) June 19Increase (10) June 24Steady (14) June 12IncreaseIncrease (7)
1200 (July 3) June 26Increase (11) June 30Increase (11) July 4Steady (10) June 22IncreaseIncrease (10)
1300 (July 14) July 5Increase (9) July 13Steady (13) July 11Increase (7) July 1IncreaseIncrease (9)
1400 (July 24) July 14Increase (9) July 24Steady (11) July 18Increase (7) July 9IncreaseIncrease (8)
1500 (August 3) July 25Increase (11) August 2Steady (9) July 27Increase (9) July 18IncreaseIncrease (9)
1600 (August 15) August 4Increase (10) August 11Increase (9) August 7Increase (11) July 26IncreaseIncrease (8)
1700 (August 26) August 16Increase (12) August 22Increase (11) August 18Increase (11) August 4IncreaseIncrease (9)
1800 (September 9) August 29Increase (13) September 4Increase (13) August 29Increase (11) August 14IncreaseIncreaseIncrease (10)
1900 (September 24) September 14Increase (16) September 14Increase (10) September 8Increase (10) August 26IncreaseIncreaseIncrease (12)
2000 (October 15) September 28 (14) September 28 (14) September 27 (19) September 9 IncreaseIncreaseIncrease (14)
2100 (November 8) October 14 (16) October 15 (17) October 23 (26) September 23 IncreaseIncreaseIncrease (14)
2200 (January 10) November 4 (21) November 14 (30) November 20 (28) October 9 IncreaseIncreaseIncrease (16)
2300 December 17 (43) n/a n/a November 4 IncreaseIncreaseIncrease (26)
2400 n/a n/a n/a Dec 19 IncreaseIncreaseIncrease (45)
Yearly Total 2318.666 2296.743 2279.845 2430.744 202.3*
Av daily kWh 6.352 6.275 6.246 6.659 3.316*
Best daily kWh 15.814 15.904 16.59 15.614 9.736*
No. of days over 15kWh 4 4 13 3
No. of days 14-15kWh 9 8 13 16
No. of days 12.3-14kWh 24 22 22 27
Earliest day of year over 15kWh 2nd May 22nd May 20th April 3rd May
Latest day of year over 15kWh 14th June 23rd July 11th July 10th July
Earliest doy over 12.3kWh 6th April 26th March 2nd April 29th March
Latest doy over 12.3kWh 22nd August 15th September 4th September 13th August
Earliest day of year over 10kWh 19th March 6th March 31st March 9th March
Latest day of year over 10kWh 23rd September 22nd September 5th September 22nd September
Earliest day of year over 5kWh 8th February 14th January 26th January 11th January 19th January
Latest day of year over 5kWh 28th October 29th November 19th November 6th December
Best peak power kW 2.568 - 8th July 2.664 - 4th June 2.532 - 31/3&10/5&24/6 2.604 26th June
No. of days over 2.46kW (>100%) 5 7 7 4
Earliest day of year over 2.46kW 8th June 19th April 31st March 15th May
Latest day of year over 2.46kW 8th July 4th August 24th June 9th Aug

(* Year to Mar 2nd 2015)

Monthly Solar Panel Peak Power Performance[edit]

Power Milestones
kW
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Best
January 1.38 28th 1.308 21st 1.5 30th 1.632 28th 1.584 29th 28/1/2014
February 1.512 16th/27th 1.860 25th 1.656 7th 1.968 25th 1.860 24th 25/2/2014
March 1.932 21st 2.136 19th 2.532 31st 2.304 26th 31/3/2013
April 2.364 27th 2.472 19th 2.46 19th 2.436 26th 19/4/2012
May 2.436 31st 2.544 16th 2.532 10th 2.52 15th 16/5/2012
June 2.544 9th 2.664 4th 2.532 24th 2.604 26th 4/6/2012
July 2.568 8th 2.472 19th 2.364 1st 2.388 8th 8/7/2011
August 2.388 9th 2.508 4th 2.364 12th 2.532 9th 9/8/2014
September 2.112 12th 2.328 12th 2.292 7th 2.148 2nd 12/9/2012
October 1.656 25th 2.112 3rd 2.028 5th 1.968 11th 3/10/2012
November 1.476 1st 1.716 2nd 1.632 3rd 1.488 6th 2/11/2012
December 1.296 15th 1.152 2nd/5th/7th 1.368 8th 1.248 14th 8/12/2013

Yearly Solar Panel Energy Performance[edit]

Energy Milestones
kWh (Expected)
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Best Worst
Date 2182kWh passed n/a 28th October 7th November 14th November 5th October
Calendar Year (2182) 247.234*
(3 months)
2318.666
(106.2%)Increase
2296.743
(105.2%)Increase
2279.845
(104.4%)Increase
2430.744
(111.3%)Increase
2014 2013
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Best Worst
Actual Year (2182)
Sep 29 - Sep 28
2243
(102.8%)Increase
2320
(106.3%)Increase
2301
(105.5%)Increase
2411
(110.5%)Increase
4 1
Cumulative 2243 4563 6864 9275

Monthly Solar Panel Energy Performance[edit]

Energy Milestones
kWh (Expected)
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Best Worst
January (62) 51.889Decrease 83.454Increase 49.434Decrease 74.934Increase 81.087Increase 2012 2013
February (98) 62.414Decrease 113.575Increase 96.469Steady 120.263Increase 105.483Increase 2014 2011
March (164) 195.707Increase 230.215Increase 145.676Decrease 226.670Increase 2012 2013
April (247) 299.698Increase 238.202Decrease 277.149Increase 246.267Steady 2011 2012
May (294) 331.527Increase 286.561Decrease 300.083Increase 292.952Steady 2011 2013
June (292) 310.551Increase 253.662Decrease 308.689Increase 337.777Increase 2014 2012
July (305) 312.841Increase 285.185Decrease 360.908Increase 364.779Increase 2012 2014
August (271) 247.868Decrease 282.529Increase 290.173Increase 275.355Increase 2013 2011
September (198) 211.483Increase 243.334Increase 186.359Decrease 215.096Increase 2012 2013
October (131) 134.966Increase 166.469Increase 135.145Increase 121.059Decrease 133.799Steady 2011 2013
November (74) 72.119Steady 64.409Decrease 83.007Increase 89.807Increase 68.236Decrease 2013 2011
December (47) 30.558Decrease 63.800Increase 61.874Increase 54.039Increase 74.615Increase 2014 2010

Daily Solar Panel Energy Performance - Highs[edit]

Energy Milestones
kWh
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Best Worst
January 4.886 31st 6.052 27th 5.762 30th 5.353 11th 5.812 19th 2012 2011
February 6.702 24th 8.135 26th 8.831 19th 8.905 21st 9.736 27th 2015 2011
March 11.053 23rd 12.782 27th 10.782 31st 12.405 29th 2012 2013
April 13.598 30th 13.109 1st 15.315 20th 14.647 16th 2013 2012
May 15.814 25th 15.904 26th 15.849 26th 15.614 3rd 2012 2011
June 15.543 14th 14.003 19th 16.590 1st 14.806 6th 2013 2012
July 14.719 25th 15.223 23rd 15.365 9th 15.482 3rd 2014 2011
August 12.601 22nd 13.412 11th 13.664 31st 13.481 3rd 2013 2011
September 11.336 1st 13.246 5th 12.905 2nd 12.201 9th 2012 2011
October 8.426 20th 9.122 2nd 9.819 6th 9.245 6th 8.068 5th 2012 2014
November 5.840 10th 4.965 27th 7.244 5th 7.279 4th 5.395 9th 2013 2011
December 3.177 12th 4.115 9th 4.671 4th 4.780 29th 5.057 6th 2014 2010

Daily Solar Panel Energy Performance - Lows[edit]

Energy Milestones
kWh
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Best Worst
January 0.258 6th 0.292 24th 0.259 14th 0.083 1st 0.087 1st 2012 2014
February 0.419 10th 0.819 8th 0.363 10th 0.352 14th 0.576 11th 2012 2014
March 1.325 1st 1.407 4th 1.133 8th 2.245 2nd 2014 2013
April 1.767 5th 2.099 28th 3.133 4th 1.039 25th 2013 2014
May 3.594 30th 1.973 3rd 2.628 28th 2.857 26th 2011 2012
June 4.008 12th 2.022 11th 3.72 12th 6.467 15th 2014 2012
July 4.811 21st 2.956 2nd 4.324 2nd 6.418 11th 2014 2012
August 1.566 18th 3.097 29th 2.567 24th 1.423 25th 2012 2014
September 2.066 6th 1.066 23rd 1.958 23rd 2.034 20th 2011 2012
October 0.737 26th 0.947 27th 0.697 19th 0.596 13th 0.637 29th 2011 2013
November 0.442 20th 0.282 11th 0.231 20th 0.387 11th 0.296 23rd 2010 2012
December 0.265 16th 0.162 23rd 0.107 29th 0.116 23rd 0.226 4th 2010 2012

Daily Solar Panel Energy Progression[edit]

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024
5.981 8th Feb 5.063 14th Jan 5.123 26th Jan 5.353 11th Jan 5.812 19th Jan
6.095 14th Feb 5.414 16th Jan 5.706 27th Jan 6.429 1st Feb 6.823 6th Feb
6.702 24th Feb 6.052 27th Jan 5.762 30th Jan 6.827 15th Feb 7.460 8th Feb
8.429 4th Mar 7.107 2nd Feb 7.374 2nd Feb 8.431 16th Feb 8.972 17th Feb
9.645 7th Mar 7.738 11th Feb 7.982 18th Feb 8.905 21st Feb 9.736 27th Feb
11.006 19th Mar 8.135 26th Feb 8.831 19th Feb 9.585 1st Mar
11.053 23rd Mar 8.463 5th Mar 9.564 4th Mar 10.79 9th Mar
12.393 6th Apr 10.462 6th Mar 9.675 5th Mar 11.689 16th Mar
12.565 8th Apr 10.769 19th Mar 9.794 12th Mar 12.405 29th Mar
12.955 9th Apr 11.176 23rd Mar 10.782 31st Mar 13.944 13th Apr
13.534 25th Apr 11.485 24th Mar 13.993 2nd Apr 14.479 15th Apr
13.598 30th Apr 11.864 25th Mar 15.315 20th Apr 14.647 16th Apr
15.226 2nd May 12.706 26th Mar 15.441 2nd May 15.614 3rd May
15.814 25th May 12.782 27th Mar 15.849 25th May
13.109 1st Apr 16.59 1st Jun
14.662 12th May
15.141 22nd May
15.423 25th May
15.904 26th May

Team GB Medal Table[edit]

No. of GB
competitors
Event 28
Sat
29
Sun
30
Mon
31
Tue
1
Wed
2
Thu
3
Fri
4
Sat
5
Sun
6
Mon
7
Tue
8
Wed
9
Thu
10
Fri
11
Sat
12
Sun
Gold
Gold medal icon.svg
Silver
Silver medal icon.svg
Bronze
Bronze medal icon.svg
Total
6 Archery
79 Athletics Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg 4 1 1 6
4 Badminton
24 Basketball
10 Boxing Gold medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg 3 1 1 5
15 Canoeing Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg 2 1 1 4
34 Cycling Silver medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg 8 2 2 12
12 Diving Bronze medal icon.svg 1 1
13 Equestrian Silver medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg 3 1 1 5
10 Fencing
38 Field hockey Bronze medal icon.svg 1 1
38 Football
18 Gymnastics Bronze medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg 1 3 4
33 Handball
14 Judo Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg 1 1 2
4 Modern Pentathlon Silver medal icon.svg 1 1
47 Rowing Gold medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg 4 2 3 9
16 Sailing Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg 1 4 5
11 Shooting Gold medal icon.svg 1 1
45 Swimming Bronze medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg 1 2 3
9 Sync swimming
6 Table tennis
4 Taekwondo Gold medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg 1 1 2
8 Tennis Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg 1 1 2
6 Triathlon Gold medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg 1 1 2
28 Volleyball
28 Water polo
5 Weightlifting
1 Wrestling
504 Total 0 2 1 1 5 6 7 7 8 3 8 0 4 5 5 3 29 17 19 65
Cumulative 0 2 3 4 9 15 22 29 37 40 48 48 52 57 62 65
28
Sat
29
Sun
30
Mon
31
Tue
1
Wed
2
Thu
3
Fri
4
Sat
5
Sun
6
Mon
7
Tue
8
Wed
9
Thu
10
Fri
11
Sat
12
Sun

Notes: Correct as of 8/8/2012

Team GB Olympic Progression[edit]

Day (after OC) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Medal Totals
Gold . 1 1 . . . 1 4 4 1 4 . 1 1 1 . 19
Silver . . . 1 1 . . 1 3 1 2 1 2 1 . . 13
Bronze . . 1 2 . . . 4 1 . . 3 . 2 2 . 15
Total 0 1 2 3 1 0 1 9 8 2 6 4 3 4 3 0 47
2008 Cumulative Total 0 1 3 6 7 7 8 17 25 27 33 37 40 44 47 47
Gold . . . . 2 3 3 6 2 2 4 . 3 . 3 1 29
Silver . 1 . 1 1 3 . 1 4 . 2 . . 2 . 2 17
Bronze . 1 1 . 2 . 4 . 2 1 2 . 1 3 2 . 19
Total 0 2 1 1 5 6 7 7 8 3 8 0 4 5 5 3 65
2012 Cumulative Total 0 2 3 4 9 15 22 29 37 40 48 48 52 57 62 65

Team GB Commonwealth Progression[edit]

Day (after OC) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Medal Totals
Gold . 2 4 6 7 5 2 1 3 7 . 37
Silver 3 3 5 13 14 6 2 4 2 5 3 60
Bronze 1 3 5 2 8 9 4 2 5 5 1 45
Total 4 8 14 21 29 20 8 7 10 17 4 142
2010 Cumulative Total 4 12 26 47 76 96 104 111 121 138 142
Gold 6 6 5 6 4 6 5 6 4 8 2 58
Silver 7 4 3 3 7 9 2 5 9 6 4 59
Bronze 4 5 5 3 6 4 5 7 4 11 3 57
Total 17 15 13 12 17 19 12 18 17 25 9 174
2014 Cumulative Total 17 32 45 57 74 93 105 123 140 165 174

Active Drivers' record in British Grand Prix[edit]

No. of races Driver 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Best Result
11 United Kingdom Jenson Button 5 15 12 8 4 5 Ret 10 Ret 6 4 Ret 18 4 (2 times)
10 Spain Fernando Alonso 16 Ret 10 2 1 2 6 14 14 1 1 (2 times)
10 Australia Mark Webber Ret 14 8 11 Ret Ret 10 2 1 3 1
9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 5 Ret 3 2 3 3 1 4 8 1
9 Brazil Felipe Massa 9 9 10 5 5 13 4 15 5 4
6 Germany Nico Rosberg 9 12 9 5 3 6 3
5 Spain Pedro de la Rosa Ret Ret 12 11 TD Ret 11
5 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 3 1 16 2 4 1
5 Finland Heikki Kovalainen 7 5 Ret 17 Ret 5
4 Germany Timo Glock TD 12 9 18 16 9
4 Germany Sebastian Vettel Ret 1 7 2 1
2 Japan Kamui Kobayashi 6 Ret 6
2 Russia Vitaly Petrov 13 12 12
1 India Narain Karthikeyan Ret Ret
1 Mexico Sergio Pérez 7 7
1 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado 14 14
1 United Kingdom Paul di Resta TD 15 15
1 Germany Nico Hülkenberg 10 TD 10
0 Brazil Bruno Senna
0 France Jean-Éric Vergne
0 Australia Daniel Ricciardo
0 France Romain Grosjean
0 France Charles Pic
No. of races Winning Driver FA KR LH SV MW FA FA Best Result
Key
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Light blue Practiced only (PO)
Friday test driver (TD)
(from 2003 onwards)
Blank Did not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)

Bold - Pole position
Italics - Fastest lap

Notes:

References[edit]