Makes me wonder how long it will last until implosion...
That is the biggest thing, the technology for this isn't here, yet. Right now the EV crap isn't feasable.At some point natural selection will take over. Meaning, when EV's are practical from an operational, cost and sustainability standpoint, then they will naturally become a viable option for some, most or everyone. Until then, this is a show of the ignoramuses AFAIC. Let Cadillac, Dodge, whomever, go down this path.
And yet, all of those things are STILL in use to varying degrees for varying reasons. Go in rural areas... we NEED aerial antennas to get reception. Plenty of towns, including where I grew up, don't even have DSL yet in 2022 let alone cable, assuming you don't want to cut the cord so to speak. And plenty of places use horses to get around the land, and of course there's the amish... I'll put an orange triangle in back of my ICE if it means we keep making new ones to use.There were those that refused to let the horse and buggy die, then they died, then there was the flathead, and those diehards that deplored the valve in head designs. And so on and so on. It's like that commercial where dad refuses to get rid of his roof antenna!
Wake up, it's 2022 not 1980!
Sell it to other countries that aren't as stupid as the U.S. to put the cart before the horse?One convenient fact people tend to ignore: do tell, what you do think should be done with the unsold gasoline/kerosene/etc lets call it fuel that will continue to be produced as part of the cracking process?
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