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Electric Vehicle Problem Solved!

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According to newspapers at the time, wind power and electric vehicles were perfected more than 110 years ago.


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July 2nd 2022  

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11 Comments

MichaelAttoe

- a month ago  

It should also be noted that the same people that vehemently opposed pipelines for fossil fuels going in anywhere near where they live also just as vehemently oppose having these high-tension power lines anywhere close to their dwelling.

MichaelAttoe

- a month ago  

Quite interesting that nobody says boo about the loss of thousands of birds of prey every year to windmills and yet the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline has been put on hold for 4 months because it is nesting season for birds, with particular mention of hummingbirds. The reality is the pipeline expansion requires only that a corridor of trees be cut down that is perhaps at most 50 ft across, which is miniscule compared to the size of the forest the pipeline is going through. I have personally witnessed that when birds lose a nest they simply go and build another one somewhere else, and there is no threat to any species with this project either.

CatastrophicNE

- a month ago  

Things like liquid thermal mass heat storage can be used for times when there is prolonged lack of wind, or long very cloudy periods. Architecture that passively captures and retains solar energy, and ambient heat from the ground make the system effective. Still, some supplemental heat sources like wood or coal would be required. It's possible to do most things with renewables, but not in the same profit-motivated centralized manner. You can't just retrofit a shopping center that was designed with cheap oil and grid electricity, it needs to be figured in to design in the first place. Going as we are, with world usage increasing, fossil fuels will become more scarce and more expensive to extract. Why not prepare for that now instead of waiting until it's too late? We have ways of doing so without making the working class who can't afford to, foot the bill.

MichaelAttoe

- a month ago  

In North America, the last I heard there is enough oil and gas for the next 400 years, and of course the coal reserves are much greater than that. There is far more time for a transition to something else when necessary than people are led to believe, and that transition would most efficiently be done to hydrogen since the same technology can be used with hydrogen as with fossil fuels with conversions that would be much more simple than the need to replace entire infrastructure that would be required for electricity. Hydrogen is the future, not electricity.

Zorrozorro

- 2 months ago  

do you mean to tell me that electric cars need electricity? This is outrageous I have been misled. why can’t we just stick a very small windmill on the top of each electric car and as they drive they would be recharged from the wind. This seems like just such a simple problem to free us from fossil fuels. I’m sure the government is purposely covering up this obvious solution.

tmcom

- 2 months ago  

You can train them, it just requires a metal pole!

My Brighteon Channel

- 2 months ago  

Climate Change peddlers succeed because public schools don't teach ACTUAL science. Many children in the U.S. are growing up totally ignorant of objective analysis and are trained to memorize propaganda.

Seramakjell

- 2 months ago  

Very good! People in cities loose contact with nature very fast. But I have a question. What comes first, the heath, or the draught? The earth is 70 % water. If the water is cold, we don't get clouds. If we don't get clouds the sun's radiation hits the surface of the earth. The temperature IN the sun EASILY gets 10 C hotter than the air temperature. In my humble opinion, cold weather results in less clouds. Because of less clouds, we get less rain. Because of less rain, and more sun, the earth is drying up. We have a draught. But if the earth is getting warmer, it's getting warmer during the winter, when it's cold. The summer on a warmer planet is going to be be longer, wetter and cooler, because of more clouds. How could this be bad? It's the cold season that is restraining the growth season. Official temperature today: 24,9 C. Highest: 28,6 C, 1886.

sailingspt

- 2 months ago  

There are none so blind as those who will not see.

Buckstershookinsonsters

- 2 months ago  

The problem is not that humans can't be trained, but that they can, and what they have been trained to believe is nonsense.

Truth Sleuth

- 2 months ago  

Yeah, I'd sure love to depend on my EV in a global-warming-caused disaster like a forest fire which had burned supports and downed power lines to my residence... leaving me powerless (haha) to recharge it before I got outta town. Oh, but wait: my gasoline-powered auto's fuel tank might explode from all that intense heat. Li-ion batteries never overheat or catch fire, so maybe I'd be safer in the EV after all. Hey, we really have done a good job reducing *real* pollution from automobiles and power plants (if you weren't around for the 60's you have no idea what I'm talking about), and I'm groovin' on the green (CO2-fed plant life), so I'd really, really like the so-called environmentalists to shut up. You did your job; quit hijacking real science and get a life.