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Global Warming / Climate Change

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As Dick Smith said , '' I love electric cars but they will never be financially viable for the average Ausse , I am a wealthy man and enjoy owning and driving them , for me they are a hobby but they will never be a real option for Australians ""

Small around town cars might have some use but for family's or anyone who travels a few more k,s , they are not viable  and this .

A Nissan Leaf owner has received a $33,000 bill to replace the battery in his electric car - even though it's now only worth $12,000.

Canberra engineer Phillip Carlson bought his fully-electric hatchback brand new for $53,500 in August 2012.

Just seven years later, he can't drive his environmentally-friendly car because he isn't prepared to stump up $33,385 to replace the lithium ion battery. . The tab included $750 for labour and $29,600 for the battery plus the 10 per cent GST. 

Mr Carlson, a married father with a daughter, believed his new car had a range of 175km but even as a new vehicle, his Nissan was only able to travel 120km.

'Getting 120km brand new was a real stretch and it was more like 110km,' he said.

Before he took his car in for repairs in February this year, it could only travel 40km, or just 25km with the heater on in winter.  

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UN running out of money , demanding governments increase taxes to pay for the climate scam .

UN bosses are demanding that taxpayers in America and other nations hand over more money now or face global catastrophe.  Trump reacted to the whining by calling on the UN to go look for money elsewhere. American taxpayers  pay more than 185 other UN member states, combined. And in return for all that money , the UN constantly attacks Americans’ liberties while praising and aiding mass-murdering regimes.

 The man-made global-warming hypothesis — was described by Trump as a “hoax” to benefit the dictatorship enslaving mainland China.

Goodonya Trumpy .

 

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1 hour ago, eljay said:

Re Electric cars - can one drive from Sydney (or Melbourne) to Perth in one?

no, you would battle to go from Sydney to Melbourne without diversions.In saying that you can power up across the Nullarbor but you would be a brave man to second guess how far you could go ,strong head winds would have you sitting on the side of the road watching the world go by

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1 hour ago, Boss Hogg said:

no, you would battle to go from Sydney to Melbourne without diversions.In saying that you can power up across the Nullarbor but you would be a brave man to second guess how far you could go ,strong head winds would have you sitting on the side of the road watching the world go by

They need to perfect a solar panel that is built into the vehicle roof before you can take it seriously that electrics are the answer to future transport.    And batteries that are transistor size.        But I still can't picture those monster rigs that cross the Nullarbor being electric power, but hey you never know do you.

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I recently read somewhere that an owner of a Nissan Electric powered car could only get a max of up to 180klm range before a charge was needed. As the car got older, the range kept getting less until after 7 years, he needed to change the Lithium Battery. The cost? $32,000.

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On 10/18/2019 at 6:16 AM, eljay said:

They need to perfect a solar panel that is built into the vehicle roof before you can take it seriously that electrics are the answer to future transport.    And batteries that are transistor size.        But I still can't picture those monster rigs that cross the Nullarbor being electric power, but hey you never know do you.

There’s an Island just off the coast of Hong Kong’s Saikung, called Kau Sai Chau (a public facility owned by the HK Jockey Club).  It has 3 golf courses with spectacular sea views. On the way over, I noticed the Ferry had solar panels on the roof. Also, all the golf carts were solar powered. When I asked a friend of mine who owns a large part of Club Car Australia, “Why are Carts not solar powered in Australia?”, his reply was “The Cost”. 

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A look to the future  . Perhaps cindy cancelling gas exploration in taranaki wasn't such a good idea .

"" Chile, which is hosting a major U.N. climate conference in December, earned praise from climate activists for recently imposing a carbon dioxide tax on conventional energy sources and switching the Santiago Metro system to renewable power. Now, the people of Chile are rising up and firing a shot across the bow of other nations considering similar energy taxes and expensive renewable energy programs.  On Friday, protesters took to the streets throughout Santiago in response to Metro fare hikes. The protests soon spread to other cities and led to rioting and at least five reported deaths. The Chilean government and the legacy media blamed the fare hikes on rising oil prices. But that is not true.  

Unlike speculative climate change harms that never seem to really happen, carbon dioxide taxes and renewable energy mandates immediately and measurably raise living costs and reduce living standards.

On Friday, over one million people marched in the streets of the Chilean capital — “The Largest March in Chile” with rallies paralyzing major cities.

Santiago Metro fares are rising, despite falling oil and gasoline prices, because government officials in 2018 traded out most of the Metro’s energy sources from conventional power to wind and solar power. The Chilean government also hit the portion of conventional power that remains with new carbon dioxide taxes. ""

 

So around the world push back is happening (even farmers here) , no doubt some of this is a result of the UN demanding country's increase taxes to give to them to fund the scam .

 

 

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On 10/13/2019 at 5:10 AM, tripple alliance said:

As Dick Smith said , '' I love electric cars but they will never be financially viable for the average Ausse , I am a wealthy man and enjoy owning and driving them , for me they are a hobby but they will never be a real option for Australians ""

Small around town cars might have some use but for family's or anyone who travels a few more k,s , they are not viable  and this .

A Nissan Leaf owner has received a $33,000 bill to replace the battery in his electric car - even though it's now only worth $12,000.

Canberra engineer Phillip Carlson bought his fully-electric hatchback brand new for $53,500 in August 2012.

Just seven years later, he can't drive his environmentally-friendly car because he isn't prepared to stump up $33,385 to replace the lithium ion battery. . The tab included $750 for labour and $29,600 for the battery plus the 10 per cent GST. 

Mr Carlson, a married father with a daughter, believed his new car had a range of 175km but even as a new vehicle, his Nissan was only able to travel 120km.

'Getting 120km brand new was a real stretch and it was more like 110km,' he said.

Before he took his car in for repairs in February this year, it could only travel 40km, or just 25km with the heater on in winter.  

The Nissan would be entitled to get his money back. If it doesn’t perform as stated in the specs re Klm per charge, then he would be entitled to a full refund. 

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4 hours ago, Trump said:

The Nissan would be entitled to get his money back. If it doesn’t perform as stated in the specs re Klm per charge, then he would be entitled to a full refund. 

Nah , no money back , it will have performed to specs when purchased and past warranty time but it seems these battery's are just like ordinary ones , as they age they lose the ability to hold the same amount of charge so performance wains over time .

Another danger of EVs is battery's can explode in crashes and the doors remain locked , Telstra is being sued after a driver burned to death when no one could open them to rescue him .

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7 hours ago, tripple alliance said:

Nah , no money back , it will have performed to specs when purchased and past warranty time but it seems these battery's are just like ordinary ones , as they age they lose the ability to hold the same amount of charge so performance wains over time .

Another danger of EVs is battery's can explode in crashes  , Telstra is being sued after a driver burned to death .

And of  course that should be tesla . 

The attorneys representing Awan’s family allege that Awan did not die from the collision’s impact. Instead, they say he was killed by the smoke that filled the car after its battery caught fire.

 

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EV reality ,  A lesson for NZ .

California might be blazing a trail with getting a large number of electric vehicles on the road, but the only trail California is currently blazing is the wildfire/PG&E fiasco that could once again plunge millions of Californians into the dark in the next wave of blackouts .   It’s windy in dry California, and apparently that’s enough to trigger another pre emptive blackout . 

So power cuts in California because of climate change created fires (yea rite) which means there is no where to charge the car battery .  California had much worse fires 100 years ago but then people hadn't built their houses in the forests .

Anyway the lesson , let's play the climate game here .  NZ is dry the rivers and dams are almost empty , o'h dear almost no hydro electricity to charge the electric car , at least this scenario will help the racing industry , retired race horse will find a home , especially those trained in harness .

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Brain washing children .

Mike Kings mental health fund has run out of money . He is shocked by the huge increase in demand from school children in September , that's right September , the month children went on climate strike , the month brain washing , scare mongering was in full swing .

Parents start paying attention , your children / grand children are being mentally abused by these climate zealots , get them out of the schools , run them out of town , they are predator's harming the well being of children .

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Just watching Al jazerra, Researchers say Wealthy lifestyles are a major factor in the Climate crisis :rcf-laughing-2:   They say it has arrived :rcf-poo: :rcf-sad-12:  Donald Trump walking out of the paris accord ( 1 year process:rcf-rich-1: ) ...seems they will do everything in their power to stop Trump, trouble looms

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On 10/30/2019 at 8:45 PM, tripple alliance said:

Brain washing children .

Mike Kings mental health fund has run out of money . He is shocked by the huge increase in demand from school children in September , that's right September , the month children went on climate strike , the month brain washing , scare mongering was in full swing .

Parents start paying attention , your children / grand children are being mentally abused by these climate zealots , get them out of the schools , run them out of town , they are predator's harming the well being of children .

Or they might have read that the Aral Sea is drying up.

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1 hour ago, Uriah Heap said:

Or they might have read that the Aral Sea is drying up.

Good idea , excellent reading .

"" The Aral Sea is situated in Central Asia, between the Southern part of Kazakhstan and Northern Uzbekistan. Up until the third quarter of the 20th century it was the world?s fourth largest saline lake, and contained 10grams of salt per liter. The two rivers that feed it are the Amu Darya and Syr Darya rivers, respectively reaching the Sea through the South and the North. The Soviet government decided in the 1960s to divert those rivers so that they could irrigate the desert region surrounding the Sea in order to favor agriculture rather than supply the Aral Sea basin. ""

By establishing a program to promote agriculture and especially that of cotton, Soviet government led by Khrouchtchev in the 1950s deliberately deprived the Aral Sea of its two main sources of water income, which almost immediately led to less water arriving to the sea. Not only was all this water being diverted into canals at the expense of the Aral Sea supply, but the majority of it was being soaked up by the desert and blatantly wasted (between 25% and 75% of it, depending on the time period). The water level in the Aral Sea started drastically decreasing from the 1960s onward.

Ah but it's all global warming isn't it , reality doesn't really matter , VOTE  for me and I  will save the world from climate change ..

 

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catastrophic catastrophic catastrophic catastrophic catastrophic catastrophic

 

So the catastrophically corrupt MSM are linking the catastrophic Aus bush fires with catastrophic climate change although there is no increase in temperature.

Because facts matter there were 173 deaths and over 2000 homes destroyed in the Black Sunday fires in Victoria in 2009 

compared to 3 deaths and around 150 homes destroyed.in these catastrophic fires.

How many of these fires were deliberately lit by catastrophically corrupt climate activists?

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