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RTHKI
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em drive in  the news again
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13rin
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The science of global warming is shit.
I stood in line for four hours. They better give me a Wal-Mart gift card, or something.  - Rodney Booker, Job Fair attendee.
SuperJail Warden
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Telsa has a new car coming out. Have they figured out how people who don't have access to dedicated overnight charging stations are supposed to own one of their cars?
Jay
Bork! Bork! Bork!
+1,966|3761|London, England
You aren't their market
"Ah, you miserable creatures! You who think that you are so great! You who judge humanity to be so small! You who wish to reform everything! Why don't you reform yourselves? That task would be sufficient enough."
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uziq
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gotta be one of those aspirational yung 'by consuming more and spending more technology will save all our problems' types. trusty tech-utopians.

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Dilbert_X
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SuperJail Warden wrote:

Telsa has a new car coming out. Have they figured out how people who don't have access to dedicated overnight charging stations are supposed to own one of their cars?
Vagrants aren't their target demographic.

$42,000, 350km range - that would actually be fine for me.
Epstein didn't kill himself
Cybargs
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fuck should have bought their shares in start of feb
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SuperJail Warden
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There are a lot of people who live in condos and apartments who could afford the car but don't have a parking garage or have stations installed in one. I am really skeptical of Telsa's ability to make electric vehicles popular  enough to be a major autobrand without getting past the charging issue.
Jay
Bork! Bork! Bork!
+1,966|3761|London, England
Tesla has set up charging stations in California for quick charges while on the road. If they become popular enough I'm sure the concept will spread just like gas stations.
"Ah, you miserable creatures! You who think that you are so great! You who judge humanity to be so small! You who wish to reform everything! Why don't you reform yourselves? That task would be sufficient enough."
-Frederick Bastiat
SuperJail Warden
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You are going to need a lot of charge stations to make it more convenient than a gas powered car.
DrunkFace
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It blows my mind why more effort isn't being put into hydrogen technology.

Are people just hung up about the Hindenburg and it being 'scary' or are there some real issues?
Jay
Bork! Bork! Bork!
+1,966|3761|London, England
It costs a tremendous amount of energy to isolate and compress hydrogen. It's an inefficient technology. Since you need to generate electricity anyway, it's much more efficient to focus on battery technology.
"Ah, you miserable creatures! You who think that you are so great! You who judge humanity to be so small! You who wish to reform everything! Why don't you reform yourselves? That task would be sufficient enough."
-Frederick Bastiat
Dilbert_X
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Hydrogen is a horribly inefficient pipe dream for many reasons.

Biofuel would work with the existing liquid fuel infrastructure, electric with the existing electrical infrastructure.

The vast majority of journeys are short hops, if you can top up at night and while at work every day then full charges on the road will rarely be needed.
Epstein didn't kill himself
Cybargs
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SuperJail Warden wrote:

You are going to need a lot of charge stations to make it more convenient than a gas powered car.
Tesla doesn't need to build them. Govts can actually profit off public carparks being installed with electric charge stations.

There's a carpark in sydney CBD that offers around 10 electric/hybrid vehicle only parking which is at the best location in said parking space.

I think business' would end up setting up their own charging stations to attract customers. In addition, they can have 'paid' charging stations where you can swipe your credit card.

Dilberts: Sad that biodiesel hasn't taken off in a mass commercial sense. Would've been an awesome thing tbh.
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unnamednewbie13
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How Much Do Public And Home EV Charging Stations Really Cost?

I'd like to say that businesses are in a hurry to get these installed, but they just aren't. Even places the public would expect to be swimming in cash are balking at much cheaper, basic lot repair figures and often opt for bare minimum asphalt patching, curb replacement, and painting.

Electric car charging stations are still a rare sight here, and I hardly ever see them being used.
SuperJail Warden
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The free market will provide charging stations for cars that would not exist without government subsidies.
SuperJail Warden
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The support for transgenderism is in part a conspiracy of the pharmaceutical industry to create a permanent class of customers who are reliant on hormone medication. Medical schools are eating up funding from social justice groups to research and justify tranny lunacy. There are doctors who make a fancy living mutilating the bodies of children in service to Hollywood hysteria.
SuperJail Warden
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I am at the medical marijuana place and there is a tall gay man talking to everyone. He probably has AIDS. Gays and trannies have unusually high levels of AIDS. All the gay people here probably have AIDS.
uziq
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it’s not 1988 bro
SuperJail Warden
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How hard is it to build a hurricane proof house? Are all of the smashed Florida houses going to be rebuilt in a way to survive a new hurricane?
Jay
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It's expensive. Most of the image I've seen have been smashed trailer homes. Think they have money for hurricane-proof windows?
"Ah, you miserable creatures! You who think that you are so great! You who judge humanity to be so small! You who wish to reform everything! Why don't you reform yourselves? That task would be sufficient enough."
-Frederick Bastiat
SuperJail Warden
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Probably not. So what do we do long term? Let their houses be smashed over and over until they move deep inland? Eventually the land will be under water anyway.
uziq
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isn’t it the same situ in tornado alley?
uziq
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https://www.lrb.co.uk/blog/2018/10/10/b … ising-sea/

A quarter of a century has passed since the impact of human activity on the global climate was formally recognised by the United Nations. The latest IPCC report, published on 8 October, calls for the average global temperature to rise no more than 1.5ºC above pre-industrial levels, but climate change has already and irreversibly altered the physical world in ways that are fundamentally altering the human world: extreme droughts, a rising frequency of intense storms and wildfires, the geographic expansion of vector-borne diseases. The collective implication of these changes is uniform: a rising level of risk to your health and stability, regardless of who you are or where you live.
very well written and very, very harrowing.
SuperJail Warden
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Really glad I took an environmental science class in college. It really helped better understand climate change and the practical effects it will have on us beyond the ocean going up. I still strongly support coal and oil mining though.

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