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How EVís will impact the electric grid

Fakey

Posted 6:35 am, 09/30/2022

Fummiuest of all time.


Opening a polite conversation regarding EV batteries and our worthless AND liberal leftist zhitZ run away and hide.

YOU go, boyZ!!!

Fakey

Posted 2:06 pm, 09/29/2022

, it's time to pester our jester.


Hey jester,
do YOU agree that it takes 17 KWh of electricity AND 12 hours to fully charge a Volt plugged up to a standard 120 V connection?


AND

YOU have two options here; either provide a simple yes or no answer OR continue to run away from a polite conversation.

Jimbojolly

Posted 1:57 pm, 09/29/2022

Fins, you position is not that far from my own. I agree, petroleum products are important and here to stay; I just hope that folks will continue to be vigilant about managing waste and pollution from the petroleum industry. Finding alternatives is a good idea, they'll never fully replace petroleum.


I also like the nuclear power generators, but I believe that more effort should be made to find a way to neutralize / utilize the waste.

Fakey

Posted 1:10 pm, 09/29/2022

Hey dumbpire,

do YOU agree that it takes 17 KWh of electricity AND 12 hours to fully charge a Volt plugged up to a standard 120 V connection?



YOU have two options here; either provide a simple yes or no answer OR continue to run away from a polite conversation.

aFicIoNadoS

Posted 11:26 am, 09/29/2022

No Johnboy, I accept it because we are STILL going to do it. The petroleum is still needed in virtually every manufacturing process from tanning leather to making the most advanced polymers. It's needed to mine the highly toxic metals for lithium batteries.

I accept nuclear because it's actually the cleanest and least dangerous option. It's also the only one that can fulfill our power needs.

Umpire

Posted 11:25 am, 09/29/2022

LET'S SEE YOU TAKE OWNERSHIP OF YOUR FEELINGS.

Fakey

Posted 11:16 am, 09/29/2022

Hey dumbpire, YOU obviously don't know this but unless YOU take ownership of your feelings AND apply them posthaste it is impossible for YOU to participate in a polite discussion, especially one with great technical AND social import.

Umpire

Posted 11:10 am, 09/29/2022

HOW DOES IT MAKE YOU FEEL?

Fakey

Posted 11:05 am, 09/29/2022

Hey dumbpire, how does the efficiency conversion factor of the best photovoltaic cells set at a measly 25% make YOU feel?

Umpire

Posted 10:57 am, 09/29/2022

CAN YOU SHARE WITH US YOUR FEELINGS ON BEING AN ARSE ON HERE.

Fakey

Posted 10:42 am, 09/29/2022

Hey dumbpire, while 'ol jester still hides out, coulda YOU share your feelings about insolation as a determinant metric with us?

Umpire

Posted 10:38 am, 09/29/2022

LIKE YOU'VE NEVER DONE THAT BEFORE?

Fakey

Posted 10:34 am, 09/29/2022

Hey folks, Take notice how 'ol jestershouldajolly cuts AND runs when invited to participate in a polite discussion.

Fakey

Posted 11:51 pm, 09/28/2022

Hey jester, the point here is to resolve a common starting point for a discussion about charging EVs.


So, do YOU agree that it takes 17 KWh of electricity AND 12 hours to fully charge a Volt plugged up to a standard 120 V connection?

Jimbojolly

Posted 9:47 pm, 09/28/2022

Let me emulate your MO faker.

Ok you studip worthless POS alt-rightie. What's your point here?
Now do you feel like having a discussion?

Fakey

Posted 9:34 pm, 09/28/2022

Hey jester, can YOU agree with the facts OR not?

Jimbojolly

Posted 8:38 pm, 09/28/2022

Hey fakerConradSwept, after throwing around insults, you claim to want a discussion?

Fakey

Posted 7:48 pm, 09/28/2022

Hey zhitZ, Why are YOU either afraid or too tsudip to state a knowable fact?


For a point of reference AND departure, coulda we all agree that a Chevrolet Volt requires approximately 17 KWh of electricity to fully charge AND requires nearly 12 hours to do so plugged up to a standard 120 volt outlet.

Please feel free to argue these facts.

Cajahah

Posted 7:25 pm, 09/28/2022

After going through a hurricane on a solar powered property it provides a freedom the grid doesn't.

Cajahah

Posted 7:24 pm, 09/28/2022

I would think all the (air quotes) libertarians or preppersÖ.would be all for solar and energy independence.

But they're all just fakesters.

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