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Electric cars are becoming very fashionable among those concerned about saving the environment from CO2. But are they really a good idea? They are increasingly touted as the future and the inevitable direction of human personal transport. But why are we being forced to use them as of 2040? Is it because if we were left to choose we would reject them?
Pete Stone has delved deeply into the subject from the perspective of an engineer and car enthusiast. He reveals that they are by no means the solution they are cranked up to be. In this weeks Podcast episode he shares some of the information he has uncovered to set the record straight about the alleged merits of electric cars.
There is heated debate between fans of electric cars and those who bring the facts of reality into the discussion and point out their pitfall and limitations. I personally consider the health risks of sitting next to an electric motor (or motors) as unacceptable. For those seeking truth, these vehicles are as unacceptable as 5G and all the attendant dangers of EMF’s.
What do you think?
Join the debate and comment below.
Nigel Howitt, March 18th 2020
I saw the comment on You Tube from the guy who thinks that because his electric car battery hasn’t died in 4 years it won’t die in 7. He’s invested his money and cannot face the fact that he has been conned. People are so brainwashed into believing the drivel spouted by “authority” facts and science make no difference to them. An alternative viewpoint just makes them angry. They simply lack the ability to think critically. My 15 year old son can run rings around his school teachers in questioning their assumptions simply because he is used to me constantly demanding evidence for his arguments (I’m afraid I’ve turned him into a teachers nightmare). The inability to use logic and critical thinking is, in my view, the biggest threat to mankind which we can see more clearly by the day with the absurd over reaction to the virus.
Nigel Howitt says
Hi Pete. Thanks for your comment. Well done for making your son a teachers nightmare! I think that encouraging our children to ask questions and demand rational explanations demonstrable in logic with supporting evidence is the best thing we can do for them and the only solution to humanity’s problems – all of them! I can see the tyrannical state crushing our freedom because the situation you identify is not changing. While so few think humanity has little chance against those who seek to impose global governance and the collectivist society.
Great podcast thanks to both of you.
Electric cars strike me as, amongst other things, another great con by the marketing arm of the parasites and controllers better known as Government. Govern is to control and ment from mental mental or mind so Government is nothing more than the mind control.
One of my local firemen says there are also other safety issues with the electric cars. He said they have had a safety bulletin to NOT push one if it is stuck on the road in case the power is back-fed through the car’s body with potentially catastrophic results.
Also been reading that Tesla has been disabling rapid charging not just on their own Tesla supercharging network but also on other rapid charging networks devaluing the car and meaning up to 19 hours to recharge. Not very convenient. One might assume the cars can be stopped (disabled) by Tesla so that the powers that should not be could then talk with you. Tesla tracks the position of EVERY car – how’s that for track and trace? As George Carling said – it’s a big club, and you ain’t in it!
: adrian says
Also when I took a Model 3 for a test drive a few years back and I asked the showroom sales team about the very fancy map showing all the hydrocarbons “saved” I asked if it was accurate. i was told yes. when I asked if it included the use of hydrocarbons to produce the cars and produce the electricity to “fuel:” the cars and the environmental impact of the lithium mining and the lack of ability to re-use, re-purpose etc the batteries I was met with blank stares. Yet when I asked if therefore it was an accurate number I was met with – of course, it is. How is that for delusional?
Nigel Howitt says
Love it! No facts are allowed to spoil the sales pitch. And I refer to the sales pitch that electric cars are a solution.