On Mon, 07 Jun 2021 00:01:13 +0200
Post by abelard Post by Joe
On Sun, 06 Jun 2021 20:23:10 +0200
Post by abelard
On Sun, 6 Jun 2021 19:11:49 +0100, Pancho
Post by Pancho
it will cost 50€ a year less to run and give
improved water usage...and save people's
while idiots worry about windmills capitalism
and science saves the world
Good to hear. Every year toothpaste brushes whiter. I just don't
understand why my teeth aren't white yet.
try ground up sandstone
Post by Pancho
Maybe things aren't always as advertised.
this is a calculation...not a lying advertiser's claim!
The problem being that few situations can be calculated. There are
articles around questioning how 'green' electric cars are, but hardly
any of us have access to the raw data involved, so almost everyone
lies freely, knowing they can't be proved wrong.
the calculations i have done suggest lithium cars
are far from competitive with petrol let alone
let the early adopters subsidize them
they also will require nuclear power
no wonder those with power seek to curb
I don't think there's any intention of making enough power available for
widespread ownership of personal motorised transportation. I think the
over-hasty move to electric cars is primarily to make cars available
only to the rich. We saw a hint of this ('you won't need to own a car')
in the massive over-hype of self-driving cars a couple of years ago.
Continuous power will also only be available to the rich, hence 'smart'
meters, which also don't work yet and when they do, will provide
absolutely no benefit to those who pay for them, i.e. us. There are
plenty of signs that Schwab's recently-announced 'you'll own nothing and
be happy' plan goes back many decades.