Posted by: Grant | March 22, 2012

I love Electric Cars

No, I am not being facetious.

The development of light weight lithium-ion batteries for cellphones has at last given us the opportunity to get away from the internal combustion engine and going over to electronic cars.

What happens when the battery goes flat? I hear you ask?

Simple, like in your flashlight, you just drive in and change it over for a new one, but you do this automatically with a robot, even faster than pumping gasoline – You don’t even have to get out of your car (unless you want to buy something while you wait).

Just a little nudge from governments – standardizing the battery packs etc., etc., – could start a revolution on our roads.

So why hasn’t it happened?

Well, of course “Climate Change” is designed to make us suffer – capitalism must be brought down so a new Green utopia can be implemented by the New World Government to “save the planet”. Real, practical, solutions are the last thing on their minds.

This technology, powered by the new small, totally safe, mass produced, nuclear power plants could in fact actually reduce the consumption of fossil fuels dramatically and quickly – but of course then the Leftist “Climate” revolutionaries would not have their revolution or their New World Order.

No, the idea is to drive up the cost of power and fuel by demanding wildly expensive, totally impractical , non-alternative “Alternatives”, thus making energy the privilege of the elite, and cause mass unrest and suffering.

This is the Australian version of the new technology – brilliant.

Better Place –

Drive-in Battery Swapper


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