Toronto literally had a dark winter – my solar panels told me so. Between cloud cover and snow cover of the panels, their production was sad.
Combine that with flaky wind power, we can see that wind and solar are no substitute for combustibles.
Getting ridding of gas and coal is economic suicide, which of course is what the obsoelite want for North America
Happier than usual to get out of Ontario’s winter gloom this year? This new data may shed light on why www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/darkest-winter-ontario-1.6785625
It’s happening fast.
They don’t have long before people wake up and catch on.
In the WEF’s own words — this rearrangement of cities is absolutely about climate change:
As climate change and global conflict cause shocks and stresses at faster intervals and increasing severity, the 15-minute city will become even more critical.
Electric cars are a pipe dream for most at their current prices.
The only thing they do really well is not pollute directly in your face.
Is this enough to force them onto the public, since the economics don’t work?
Based on your graph, how much per gallon will the two be equal? $20/gallon? I’m too lazy to work it out, but whatever that price is, expect to see it before too long.
Once they have a few people left driving, it will become impossible to drive due to Agenda 21 SDGs – part of the EcoFascist plan.
They HAVE a plan – the sooner people read it, the sooner it could end.
Source: Comments – price of gasoline too high? buy an EV!
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How much gas does Europe buy from Russia? Most estimates peg the annual amount to about 155 billion cubic meters. There are 35.3 cubic feet in a cubic meter, and there are 365 days in a year, thus Europe has a 15 bcf/d gap to fill by turning off the Russian spigot [(155 x 35.3)/365 = 15 bcf/d].
I have two if them with 400,000km and testify that they work.
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