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Old 04-09-2018, 10:42 AM   #641
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I've posted about Shell before, but now more documents have been discovered. This you could say is an add-on to my very first post in this thread where I explain how Exxon knew about what would happen through their own internal documents.

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The report states, “Although CO2 is emitted to the atmosphere through several natural processes… the main cause of increasing CO2 concentrations is considered to be fossil fuel burning.”
Here are two other articles on the subject:

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Old 04-12-2018, 09:42 AM   #642
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Everything Tesla has done up to this point has been building towards the Model 3 – a genuinely affordable mass-market EV – but it’s all for nothing if the product itself doesn’t stand up. So the question is, after spending a day in its company, do I want one? Does it have the desirability to drag not just early adopters and tree-hugging environmentalists out of their petrol and diesel fueled cars, but the wider public too? The answer is a surprisingly emphatic yes, and that’s because beyond the hype is a truly well-engineered car.
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Old 04-14-2018, 09:05 AM   #643
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Ladies and Gentlemen - Earth day is next week - April 22nd.

What the studies in this article have confirmed is not good news - What is happening is a hundred years earlier than the model predicted. This is talking about one of Earth's main ways it maintains itself....and we are starting to mess with its natural ways.....

It's not enough to just Reduce, Reuse, Recycle anymore. We must switch over to sustainable energy and production ASAP.

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...how we know the slowdown is being driven by human-caused climate change: The observed fingerprint of temperature changes in the Atlantic are precisely what the models predicted would happen when the slowdown began in earnest.
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A slow-down in deepwater ocean circulation “would accelerate sea level rise off the northeastern United States, while a full collapse could result in as much as approximately 1.6 feet of regional sea level rise,”

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Old 04-14-2018, 03:03 PM   #644
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If you missed it, Elon was on CBS morning yesterday.




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Old 04-16-2018, 12:26 PM   #645
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The latest data set to show Tesla has the best chemistry in their batteries:

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The data clearly shows that for the first 50,000 miles (100,000 km), most Tesla battery packs will lose about 5% of their capacity, but after the 50,000-mile mark, the capacity levels off and it looks like it could be difficult to make a pack degrade by another 5%.
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The trend line currently suggests that the average battery pack could cycle through over 300,000 km (186,000) before coming close to 90% capacity.
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“If you look at this thing, this is cellphone technology. This is the technology we would see in really high-end computers, normally for the government. When you look at this, you’re looking at the same kind of technology you’d see on a flight controller for an F-35, and we kind of know a little bit about that too. We do work for the military. Everything here smacks of cellphone technology and defense technology,” Munro said.
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Tesla’s batteries, however, are on a completely new level. Munro was particularly impressed with the differential between each one of the Model 3’s battery blocks.

“We went through there, and the difference was .2 milliamps. Holy, nobody can balance batteries that close. Nobody. Nobody’s ever done that,” Munro said.
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“Anybody that doesn’t look at the electronics on the Tesla (Model) 3 is out of his mind. They’re in peril. This is not some Mickey Mouse outfit that you can just dismiss. Anybody that’s in the car industry that ignores this car is doing it at their own peril,” Munro said.

“This is big stuff. This is not inching up. This is revolutionary, and everybody else is sitting there twiddling their thumbs.”
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