I think that's about the furthest from it. It's like my little personal 'news' assistant always saying "Hey, here's a new article about SMG" or "Did you see this YouTube video with Jay and Silent Bob eating hot wings?"Google discover looked like more mind killing algorithm advertising.
Not gas powered? What are you gonna use windmills? Do you live near a stream? Maybe put solar panels on yer patio? Hamster wheels?I'd have to go to Home Depot. The closest Walmart is soooooo far away. And I don't want a gasoline powered one. I chain smoke and I don't want to blow up or something.
They'd better not shut off the power. That's so STUPID.
I don't know about power where you are but in the US and Canada, we use 60 Hz split 240 VAC so you have a ground and 120 VAC of opposite polarity on either side of it so some items like an oven, a stove top or a house air conditioner may be strung across the 240 VAC line. Most people power 120 VAC appliances only but you have to be aware that something like a refrigerator may run at 1000 watts but the compressor will start at higher wattage. I would specify a minimum of 3000 watts for a generator to power the whole house and even then, you should restrict the wattage drain. External power MUST be switched off when the generator is being operated or you have power coming in at a random phase with respect to each other resulting in instant burnout of the generator. The generator will have a circuit breaker but is will probably not work fast enough to protect the generator if external power comes back on.What is the correct Generator voltage/ wattage output for a house?
Which item in the house takes most power?