filling up or plugging in: Who Killed the Electric Car?
Electric cars can be plugged in at home from a solar panel, reducing the problems associated with gasoline and crude oil.
Date: 6/15/2006 2:05:19 PM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 1826 times
This makes explaining global power easy.
"Who Killed the Electric car?" is a new movie this summer, and it tells us of the battles to get an electric car on the road and into mass production. A system of re-charging batteries [much improved in recent years] at home saves much pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, but mostly it heralds a change from filling up to plugging in as the source of energy for our cars.
The reason it was killed is just that - "they" don't want people plugging in at home, its better for the corporate side to have us filling up.
"They" are the oilmen and 'global powers' dependant on oil as being the only fuel we use. Controlling the oil means controlling all nation's economies, and so switching to electricity would take that power away from those powerfull globalists now ruling over us, and everything - The Romans, with Oil. So its NOT really about selling more gasoline, it is about global power.
Imagine if the average person gotto fuel our cars the way we chose to. Givine the option, people would begin to plug in at home, and get the 100 to 150 miles of use from the batteries alone, without needing to turn on the gas-driven charging motor in the car. That overnight charge could come from a solar panel mounted on your garage... inventive people would put another solar panel on the car, automakers wouldb egin to incoroporate them into car designs, so that 80% of the surface of cars is collecting solar power as it drives, extending the range to 300 miles, or indefinately perhaps.
Sure, cloudy days arguments will surface, so will name calling... but they are not valid. The silence alone in electric cars will be convincing enough to people as their world become calmer and quieter. Tha savings will too.
The current price of gasoline is said to be from supply problems, and so the price of gas will drop if electric cars do the job of reducing demand on existing supply, allowing suppliers of crude oil and gasoline to catch up and stop this insane "future's market inflation" of gas prices we see now. So there is that... which is another benefit to all people, which is what governments should be doing, but the fact remeians that BushCo is helping the corporations. People still believe that helping corporations is the best way to help people, in a bigger picture, in trickel down economy... and thats just so convenient for corporations and politicians who get money for electioneering from corporations , and return it oncce in power.
It sure is a huge conspiracy. That usually turns people off right away, but this time it is obviously a conspiracy, it is not hard to comprehend, this one is all out in the open - after you see the movie.
Still, it won't ruffle hardly a feather until the average person is willing to see that they are getting the shaft in the game of energy. The average person cannot let themselves believe they have been "taken for a ride" all these years, and so they stay on the ride. If we were all angry as the situation demands we should be, things would change overnight... but we don't get angry when we are not sure of the details. Theose details are out now, in a theatre near you.
People are going to start to catch on...religious people last I suppose, sigh - they have so much faith in 'higher powers', and don't realise that humans with higher powers simply have more stuff to protect, more to lose, and are therefore more insecure, and so more viscious and evil, more willing to commit crime and be involved in these conspiracies of power and wealth. Thats what power does, even Priests become evil with the power they have.
Oil monopoly brings power. That power corrupted the players, we can see the depth of their sins in pollution and global warming - two of the greatest sins ever committed against nature and all living things.
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