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1.27.2023


Clean tech investment reaches par with fossil fuels, BNEF says

Renewable energy remained the largest sector in investment terms and hit a new record of $495 billion committed in 2022.
https://www.renewableenergyworld.com/solar/clean-tech-investment-reaches-par-with-fossil-fuels-bnef-says/
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Bill McKibben from The Crucial Years <billmckibben@substack.com>

Jan 31, 2023, 8:14 PM

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Sound Christian Doctrine / The Rapture - Chuck Missler
« Last post by AGelbert on February 01, 2023, 06:20:44 pm »

The Rapture - Chuck Missler - Sessions 1 AND 2


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The Blessed Hope - Session 1 - The Rapture - Chuck Missler
Dr. Chuck Missler - 1934-2018 ☝🏻
We are being plunged into a period of time in which the Bible says more about than any other period of time in history. Including the times in which Jesus ✨ walked the shores of Galilee. –Dr. Chuck Missler 🕊️


Dr. Missler's goal was to stimulate us to dig into the Bible ourselves because as we study there is a real opportunity for us to encounter the God of the Universe.
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Sound Christian Doctrine / 📢 The Conflict is between TWO types of Seed.
« Last post by AGelbert on February 01, 2023, 04:50:19 pm »
📢 The Conflict is between TWO types of Seed.
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Geopolitics / "There are 28 countries transferring weapons to Ukraine." 🤦‍♂️
« Last post by AGelbert on January 31, 2023, 01:36:22 pm »


Jan 30, 2023, 6:49 PM

🔊 "Ukraine: The War That Went Wrong"

So why all this infusion of high-tech weaponry? We can sum it up in one word: panic.

"As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so the curse causeless shall not come." Proverbs 26:2
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Renewables / ⚡ EV Competition Finally Produces Results:
« Last post by AGelbert on January 31, 2023, 11:57:33 am »
Jan 30, 2023 By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET.

EV Competition Finally Produces Results: Ford Cuts Prices on Mustang Mach-E, after Tesla, Kia, Hyundai, Chevrolet, Nissan Cut Prices on their EVs

EVs now start at $27,000, about $20,000 below the average new-vehicle transaction price. That’s a good thing all around. Except for stock prices.

SNIPPETS:

China is the most vibrant, largest, and competitive EV market in the world, with hundreds of EV makers. Tesla’s China-made vehicles are among the dominant models. In January, Tesla cut prices in China for the second time in three months in order to remain competitive.

The EV dynamics are shaking up the self-satisfied legacy-automakers in the US and their oligopolistic behavior. And they’re now shaking up automakers in Japan. ... ...

For the auto industry overall, EVs are the only area where sales are growing in leaps and bounds. Sales of vehicles with 🦖 internal combustion engines have been sagging.

The legacy auto industry needed to be shaken up. And to Musk’s credit, he shook them up. But now they’re waking up, and they’re giants, and they got religion as their lunch is being eaten. In Ford’s case, it was the threat of the Tesla’s Cybertruck that did it. If Ford loses its pickup sales, it’s done as an automaker.

The irony is that the Ford F-150 Lightning is out there now, with real people driving them, while the Cybertruck still doesn’t exist, and may not enter mass production until 2024, if ever.

The EV startups in the US – despite consuming many billions of dollars of investment – still haven’t made much inroads in mass-producing EVs. Even Rivian, the most successful of the startups, is still only cranking out relatively small numbers.

But Rivian does have a pickup. And Tesla doesn’t. And GM doesn’t either and is instead hobbling from vacuous announcement to vacuous announcement. Toyota isn’t even thinking about thinking about making an electric pickup. Stellantis is finally thinking about it and unveiled earlier in January an electric Ram model that is supposed to go into production in 2024 maybe. In the US, ICE pickups have for years been huge sellers and money-makers with massive profit margins. So that should be interesting.

The large-scale arrival of EVs shaking up the self-satisfied oligopolistic legacy-automakers is a great thing for the US economy. The hundreds of billions of dollars that are being invested in the US in EV production is a great thing. For consumers, more choices, more competition, and price cuts are a great thing.

Full article:
https://wolfstreet.com/2023/01/30/ev-competition-finally-produces-results-ford-cuts-prices-on-mustang-mach-e-after-tesla-kia-hyundai-chevrolet-nissan-cut-prices-on-their-evs/

Stephen Hren 👍 Jan 30, 2023 at 8:29 pm
Wolf, great article, can’t believe folks are having so much trouble understanding that this transition is already a fait accompli. ⚡ EVs are 4-6 times as efficient AND they accelerate faster with more power. All they have against them is slower to recharge and higher upfront costs, both of which are slowly going away. One quibble – GM lowered the cost on the Bolt before Tesla did and I think should get more props for starting this new era of affordable EVs. Tesla was reacting to lower cost Chinese made EVs and the Bolt.

John Townley Jan 30, 2023 at 9:32 pm
Car manufacturers resemble home builders in the way they have pushed us all into way more vehicle/home than we want or need! Both markets are screaming for a utilitarian basic model / Entry level home. If Chevrolet were to produce a sport coupe / sedan with just basic equipment ( yes roll down windows) but designed to be an aftermarket paradise like a striped Subaru STI, it would be hard to resist. Most economy boxes have zero style and are fairly loaded down with equipment. This market is growing. Anyone who owns an older car and has tried to get the thing fixed lately will tell you the repair shops are so expensive that a lot of repairs just far exceed the value of the vehicle. Not to long ago keeping an older vehicle going was thrifty. Here in Nevada there was an option for a vehicle that would not smog when tested. You could obtain a ” classic car plate”. this plate did not need the yearly smog but the draw back was a 5000mi per year limit. This gave a young person or family a shot at affordability if there car just couldn’t pass smog but now Nevada DMV “Fixed It” so you can only register this type of plate if you carry ” classic Vehicle Insurance” effectively putting lots of people on foot. Where am I going with this? If the auto manufactures built basic transportation again perhaps young people could afford a new car EV or otherwise. Imagine a street legal Polaris Side by Side variant complete with a soft top and side windows expressly prohibited on the freeways hovering around $20,000? How about a REAL retro K5 Blazer with vinyl seats, roll down windows, one computer for the engine, and soft top and sides? Does everyone really need rear heated seats? Don’t get me started on the home builders.
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🦖 Leviathan the 🔥 fire breathing dragon in the Bible - Dr "Dino" Hovind 🕊️☝🏻✨ 2019

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🦉 Space Destroys Blood Cells And Causes Mitochondria Malfunction


4,079 viewsJan 26, 2022

Anton Petrov 957K subscribers

Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about more health hazards of traveling in space.

AGelbert COMMENT: There is no scientific evidence that the Endosymbiosis Theory (i.e. Evolutionary Origin of Mitochondria) is anything but speculation.
"Mitochondria do not contain anywhere near the amount of DNA needed to code for all mitochondria-specific proteins, however, a billion or so years of evolution could account for a progressive loss of independence. The endosymbiotic hypothesis might be called a theory, but experimental evidence can't be provided to test it. Only circumstantial evidence is available in support of the 🐵 proposal, which is the most likely explanation for the origin of mitochondria. The evidence needed to change the model from hypothesis to theory is likely forever lost in antiquity."
https://www.ruf.rice.edu/~bioslabs/studies/mitochondria/mitorigin.html

How the Eukaryote Got its Mitochondria
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Catastrophic Climate Change / Re: Future Earth
« Last post by AGelbert on January 30, 2023, 03:14:44 pm »
 January 30, 2015, 07:53:34 pm
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JD Here's something for you to ponder:
Wrong Brothers at Kitty Hawk to Mach 1: 1903 to 1955
Mach 1 to a space station along with a few Newtonian physics sling shot maneuvers to send probes hither and yon: 1955-2015...

I DON'T THINK SO. WHERE do you get the idea that technological progress SLOWED DOWN after Mach 1? I think it didn't "slow down". I think it has ACCELLERATED. But 🦖 fossil fuel profits had to be 😈 preserved. It's REALLY that simple, JD.

People here (Doomstead Diner) talk about how the elite are going to off the "useless eaters" with all kinds of devilish plans. ::) RE is RIGHT to claim we don't DO separate biospheres well.

They tried that in a Mars Colony setup right here on earth. ALL the atmosphere, water, soil, plants, people and so on were self contained in large concrete and glass building.

But they forgot to figure in the fact that fresh concrete absorbs a lot oxygen (concrete cures for DECADES after it first sets, absorbing oxygen at lesser and lesser rates as it cures).

Guess what happened to the scientists in the Mars colony biome?  Remember, these are dedicated, brilliant individuals. 

They began to have arguments. They formed cliques and began increasingly hostile exchanges and hate filled and hysterical arguments and accusations. To avoid violence the experiment had to be aborted for a brief period.

As soon as the scientists exited the biome, they immediately recovered their civilized demeanor and were thoroughly chagrined by their video taped descent into sniping and false accusations of research sabotaging.

THEN they found that the oxygen level when the paranoia and sniping began had dropped below 18% because the concrete was sucking it up. The plants could not keep up. People were NOT getting headaches like typical anoxia victims get that would have warned them. No the instrumentation in the biome DID NOT register dangerous oxygen levels for some reason - it's in the article - they fixed it  (I've been there as a pilot - When you've got a headache and you are above 10,000 feet without on board oxygen, you KNOW why and you descend).

So, it is EASY to turn us into a bunch a of even more barbaric and insane bastards than we are RIGHT NOW! :o  I can take every single person here and have them ready to go to war with anybody else over imagined paranoia by simply lowering the oxygen from the normal (about 21%) to 18% or lower (without telling them about it, OF COURSE 😈. They won't notice! They'll just turn into savages and eventually start murdering each other!

So the "elite" doesn't need to gas us with hydrogen sulfide or any other expensive plan. ALL THEY NEED TO DO is keep burning those 🦖 fossil fuels full tilt while ☠️ reducing the photosynthetic phytoplankton and flora through heated oceans and desertification. It's SIMPLE! It's also a GREAT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!

When word gets out that, unfortunately , the 21% we are used to isn't "holding", SOMEBODY is going to make a LOT OF MONEY selling bottled oxygen...


I'll dig up the article if you want. It's all DOCUMENTED. This is not hyperbole or scare mongering. Our intelligence, morality and civilized demeanor vanishes when we go below around 18% oxygen in the air we breathe, period. I suppose our body senses something isn't right and our brain proceeds to look for someone to blame for it. And that's with oxygen. There are other QUITE COMMON atmospheric gasses than bring about all sorts of "interesting" (depending upon your point of view) responses from Homo SAPS. We are VERY fragile.


"As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so the curse causeless shall not come." Proverbs 26:2
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Janaury 30, 2023


🦖 Fox Follows @LibsofTikTok to 👿 Attack Black Climate Scientist who Dared to Discuss White Supremacy

SNIPPET:

Dr. Puritty has a PHD in 🔬 Biological Sciences from UC San Diego, she completed her bachelor’s degree at Howard University (one of the top universities in the country, with other distinguished alumni including Thurgood Marshall and Kamala Harris), and she is the first author of multiple articles in peer-reviewed journals. Not only that, but she also understands what many others apparently do not: Climate change is rooted in the intertwined and mutually-reinforcing evils of capitalism, colonialism, and white supremacy.

All the way back in April 2022, Dr. Puritty posted an educational TikTok in which she made this complex topic more accessible. Referencing the popular book Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, she likens capitalism, colonialism, and white supremacy to the three heads of a monstrous dog guarding a trap door, behind which lies the mystical philosopher’s stone. In Dr. Puritty’s analogy, “the fart of this dog” symbolizes carbon dioxide, and the philosopher’s stone represents the solution to climate change.

Dr. Puritty states, “White scientists are telling us that the reason that every time we send someone in to get the Sorcerer’s Stone, the cure to climate change, from under the trap door, is to make the room smell less like farts, instead of to get rid of the dog entirely.” In other words, we should be focusing on the source of the issue, which is capitalism, colonialism, and white supremacy, rather than making futile efforts to somehow eliminate climate change without addressing these oppressive systems that constitute the inequitable, 🦖 fossil-fueled 😈 status quo.

Read more: 👍
https://newsletter.climatenexus.org/20230130-google-daily-wire-oil-workers-lawsuit-3-gas-stoves-stories

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