The Truth About Electric Car Emissions

May 12, 2020

Video above is somewhat misleadingly titled, because actually the truth is quite convenient, cheap and emission free.

It is inconvenient for Michael Moore and his muddle headed followers that the facts don’t follow the fossil fuel narrative.

9 Responses to “The Truth About Electric Car Emissions”

  1. rhymeswithgoalie Says:

    Again I say, anybody who uses gasoline refined in the Houston area is driving a coal-fueled car.

    EVs don’t spew at stoplights, don’t need catalytic converters, don’t need tanker trucks constantly replenishing fuel supplies, don’t add to urban heat, don’t need motor oil changes.

    Of course, cats have to find other hoods to nap on in cool weather…

  2. I’m not a Michael Moore follower. He’s about 10 years behind me.

  3. Sir Charles Says:

    NYT: The Pandemic Will Permanently Change the Auto Industry

    Plunging sales could force factories to close and lead to takeovers and mergers, but also bolster sales of electric cars.

  4. Sir Charles Says:

    When former Vice President Joe Biden effectively clinched the Democratic nomination in April, one major concern for the climate movement was the fact that his plan for tackling the issue was less ambitious than that of some of his primary rivals.

    But Biden signaled a willingness to boost his climate platform. And now, Green-New-Deal champion Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has agreed to serve on a panel helping him shape his plan to address the climate crisis.

    “She made the decision with members of the Climate Justice community — and she will be fully accountable to them and the larger advocacy community during this process,” a representative of the Congresswoman told Reuters by email Tuesday. “She believes the movement will only be successful if we continue to apply pressure both inside and outside the system.”

    => Green New Deal Champion AOC Will Serve on Biden Climate Panel

  5. redskylite Says:

    From Sweden. . .

    A company is developing remote control technology to allow (electric) trucks to be driven from the safety and comfort of an armchair.

    Einride AB is a Swedish transport company based in Stockholm, Sweden, specializing in electric and self-driving vehicles known as Einride pods (formerly T-pods). The pods are electric trucks remotely controlled by drivers, and are notable for their lack of a driver’s cab.

  6. redskylite Says:

    “in theory, that by having the transmitting and receiving coils resonate at the same frequency it should be possible to transfer greater amounts of energy over longer distances,”

    Wireless charging of electric cars looks increasingly promising

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: