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LEVI3 Wrote: Mar 09, 2013 10:55 AM
And for your next exposure, please compare the so called carbon footprint of an "electric" vehicle to that of a gas or diesel. I suspect that by the time you make the electricity, especially since wind and solar are only 2% of our electrical grid, the carbon foot print for an electrical vehicle will be higher. Especially since there are efficiency looses every time energy is converted to another form. All this, forgetting the fact that a home charging station will boost your electric bill into the higher rates and you'll go broke paying PG&E.
NewJAl Wrote: Mar 09, 2013 11:08 AM
I did hear a comment, on TV, that the electric car has no impact on the environment.
It was not an ad, but just a comment by someone who thinks they are knowledgeable.
I have known for years that the electric generation is usually from fossil fuel, and, since energy is lost, usually as heat, each time an energy form is changed to another, the electric automobile is a deception.
But the beat goes on. Lots of ignorant people patting themselves on the back as being 'green'.
olerocker/bluesman Wrote: Mar 09, 2013 11:21 AM
Electric cars = batteries=petro based material to make=environment problems when the batteries are destroyed.......can't see any advanage to owning one.

The American economic juggernaut keeps churning out good news folks. According to government economists 236,000 jobs were created in February, plus or minus a margin of error of 100,000 jobs.

Anyone wanna take the under here?

In other news, the BLS revised January jobs data down 38,000 jobs so that the net number of jobs created in the first month of the year was a negative 21,000 jobs.

That’s right; 21,000 fewer jobs in January than in December. 

No wonder consumer confidence is moving up. The government is lying every month about something, anything, and...