Jeff Hertzog @jeffhertzog
29 July, 06:26
#Environment #Science #technology - #Hawaii To Boost Its #greenenergy By As Much As 10 Percent Through 158 #Tesla Mega #Batteries (what about when they die, can't recycle them boys!) https://www.trueactivist.c...
John Burke @johnburke
04 April, 11:58
House Republicans Call in Hunter Biden to Testify on African Cobalt Mining and His "Expertise" on EV Batteries https://www.thegatewaypund...
Anthony Hilder @anthonyjhilder
20 March, 11:54
How an Underdog Drone Became a Folk Hero in Ukraine’s Guerrilla Air Force


The Russian invasion of Ukraine is not going the way Moscow intended, and one reason for that is a small, inexpensive Turkish combat drone. Ukraine’s small fleet of Bayraktar TB2 drones are giving the bear a good kicking, destroying surface-to-air missile batteries, fuel convoys, and other targets vital to Russia’s war effort. The drone, first flown in 2014, has destroyed 796 targets in five wars across Syria, Ukraine, and Ethiopi
Breaker O'Day @Breaker
06 March, 07:20
Now be them #Chinese made batteries overheating and giving people burns. The previous owners should've never let #google buy them out. The later products suck.
Mr. Nobody @admin
04 November, 06:12
No one seemed to mention this:
Has anyone actually thought it through? If all cars were EV, electrically powered...?
Imagine a 3 hour traffic jam in hot summer or cold winter, what are you going to do?
There is practically no heating or A/C in an electric vehicle over extended periods, as it depletes the battery much quicker.
If you breakdown, get stuck in a snow storm, it's 0 degrees, no battery left, so no heating!!!
What are you going to do? Call Roadside Assistance to collect you and the other 400 people stuck on the road, right?
They can't get there because the roads are choked!
How will the road get cleared if everyone has flat batteries?
How are the hundreds or thousands of cars all going to be recharged?
How long will that take?
It's the same in summer traffic jams.
There will be perpetual traffic jams with dead batteries.
Charging stations, pull off lanes on all the roads? People sitting there for hours to charge their vehicles, and how long would it take for them to build these roads, all the cabling, electricity, all of that to put charging stations every ten miles? Our current electrical grid can barely survive as it is.
No one has thought this out, and it's more proof that our Governments are filled with idiots!
Mr. Nobody @admin
04 November, 03:29
25 years ago I lived in and through the Gulf War.
20 years ago I live in and through the War on Terror.
Back then I called out the faux war. Most of you have no idea; still don't. Both wars were bullshit. Without going through all of the details, I'll just bullet point some:
- Iran v. Iraq war went on for decades. We funded and supplied both sides with weapons. You can do the research as to why.
- Donald Rumsfeld & Bush Sr funded Al Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden, and the CIA literally sold Iraq the weapons (including chemical) that we supposedly had to invade Iraq to get rid of.
- We did it for the oil, money, opium, and minerals.
The issue is that some people know this, but they stopped thinking after that.
So what became of things?
What did we hope to gain?
What were the results?
China controlled the Opium market, (morphine, and dozens of other uses) and the U.S. were experiencing shortages, price hikes for morphine, etc.
Remember the soldiers defending poppy fields? Yes; that was real. I don't care what the fact checkers say. It was real.
All of a sudden morphine was everywhere again, plentiful, and for pennies. Heroin was all of a sudden 93% pure, instead of 30-40% pure.
America were the new drug dealers, but only temporarily.
China didn't like that, so what did they do? They released Fentanyl and Dilaudid; two synthetic opiods thousands of times cheaper, stronger, and easier to acquire than morphine. To teach the U.S. a lesson, we are now flooded with the deadly poisons. Heroin went back to 30-40% pure, but now mixed with fentanyl, causing terrible addictions, and millions of deaths. China don't care.
China owns over a trillion dollars of our debt in junk bonds, real estate, stocks, actual bonds, and cash. They literally own the U.S.
But wait, it gets better!
Afghanistan is mineral rich. You think all these lithium batteries just exploded on the scene so suddenly by mistake? No... China now owns Afghanistan. They pretty much always have. They controlled the opium, now they control it again. They controlled the lithium and minerals, but then we intervened. It pissed of China, and now we are literally done for as a nation.
China controls the electronics and chips we get.
China controls 60% of everything manufactured that we use from clothes to coffee cups.
China could call in every penny of our debt they own, and it would cripple our nation overnight; literally. It would set off a domino effect. Next would be Saudi Arabia who also owns over a trillion dollars of our debt. Every other nation would make their calls also, and I'm not bullshitting you when I say we would be Venezuela overnight.
So now you understand the true danger of this administration, but not really them; rather China and the puppet masters they own.
The ONLY solution for the U.S. is a Great Reset, but not the way they want it to happen. It would have to happen with the military, which is precisely why they are trying to get the military to go woke.
Now you kn
Breaker O'Day @Breaker
20 October, 07:25
The thing is ugly. 😂😂 and it's not even a full-bed truck. Also, hauling big loads would drain the batteries of the vehicle. It would need to be hybrid. No redneck would want that thing. The reason for trucks is to haul shit. Not for it to look pretty.
Anthony Hilder @anthonyjhilder
05 October, 10:56
Donald J. Trump October 4th, 2021
"Until recently, US auto companies sourced nearly all of their batteries overseas. USMCA changed that. Under the agreement, an automobile cannot qualify for duty free treatment unless 40 percent of the content (45 for a truck) is manufactured by workers earning at least $16 per hour. Advanced batteries of the kind that will power new energy vehicles comprise such a high percentage of the value of these vehicles that it will be almost impossible for auto companies to qualify them under the agreement without sourcing the batteries in the United States. And in order to take advantage of a longer transition time available under the agreement, most auto companies have committed to qualifying their entire North American fleet—regardless of where the vehicles are manufactured and traded.

The result we are seeing is a Renaissance in US battery production. SK Innovations announced a $2.6 billion new facility in Georgia that will open later this year. And just yesterday SK and Ford announced an $11 billion investment in Tennessee and Kentucky. Without USMCA—and the Trump Administration’s strong actions to push back against China’s unfair trade practices—this new investment and the thousands of good paying jobs that go with it would have gone to China or other low wage jurisdictions. Worker-focused trade policy works for America. More of America’s cars of the future will be built right here."
Breaker O'Day @Breaker
30 August, 07:38
Breaking: Multiple rockets fired at Kabul Airport. An unknown amount of rockets fired, anti-rocket batteries took them out. No casualties were reported.

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