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Old 22 Aug 2009, 05:57 am
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Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars
http://www.techespot.com/2009/08/ele...rging-for.html
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Old 22 Aug 2009, 02:11 pm
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"jolly" <freedatingsites@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars
> http://www.techespot.com/2009/08/ele...rging-for.html


TecheSpot needs to hire a team of proof readers.


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Old 22 Aug 2009, 10:00 pm
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"jolly" <freedatingsites@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars
> http://www.techespot.com/2009/08/ele...rging-for.html


We gain very little with electric cars if recharged with coal burning
electricity. Carbon footprint savings are minimal, and the costs to
recharge are not much better then gas. High mileage hybrids are
probably a better way to go until the point comes where there is very
little coal burning power generation.


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Old 23 Aug 2009, 05:19 am
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"rd" <Hd@invalid.invalid.net> wrote in message
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> "jolly" <freedatingsites@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:e6d58861-c103-464d-8e30-4200ddb764f2@v37g2000prg.googlegroups.com...
>> Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars
>> http://www.techespot.com/2009/08/ele...rging-for.html

>
> TecheSpot needs to hire a team of proof readers.
>


Better translators is what you mean I think. I once had a manual for a
'Steyr Daimler Puch' moped that had a section on "lubrifying the vehicle".
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Old 23 Aug 2009, 07:06 am
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Default Re: Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars

Stewart wrote:
> "jolly" <freedatingsites@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:e6d58861-c103-464d-8e30-4200ddb764f2@v37g2000prg.googlegroups.com...
>> Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars
>> http://www.techespot.com/2009/08/ele...rging-for.html

>
> We gain very little with electric cars if recharged with coal burning
> electricity. Carbon footprint savings are minimal, and the costs to
> recharge are not much better then gas. High mileage hybrids are
> probably a better way to go until the point comes where there is very
> little coal burning power generation.
>
>



Does saying things that aren't true make you feel Authoritative?
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Old 23 Aug 2009, 02:50 pm
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"Leftie" <No@Thanks.net> wrote in message
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> Stewart wrote:
>> "jolly" <freedatingsites@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:e6d58861-c103-464d-8e30-4200ddb764f2@v37g2000prg.googlegroups.com...
>>> Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars
>>> http://www.techespot.com/2009/08/ele...rging-for.html

>>
>> We gain very little with electric cars if recharged with coal
>> burning electricity. Carbon footprint savings are minimal, and the
>> costs to recharge are not much better then gas. High mileage
>> hybrids are probably a better way to go until the point comes where
>> there is very little coal burning power generation.

>
>
> Does saying things that aren't true make you feel Authoritative?


Read the post from Isaiah in response to Leftie, it is just one
example of an analysis. If you have some better numbers, it would be
much more authoritative to use them instead of using ad hominem
attacks.

http://groups.google.com/group/alt.a...+author:Isaiah


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Old 23 Aug 2009, 02:52 pm
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"Stewart" <stewartg@american.org> wrote in message
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> "Leftie" <No@Thanks.net> wrote in message
> news:as9km.116447$O23.2171@newsfe11.iad...
>> Stewart wrote:
>>> "jolly" <freedatingsites@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:e6d58861-c103-464d-8e30-4200ddb764f2@v37g2000prg.googlegroups.com...
>>>> Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars
>>>> http://www.techespot.com/2009/08/ele...rging-for.html
>>>
>>> We gain very little with electric cars if recharged with coal
>>> burning electricity. Carbon footprint savings are minimal, and
>>> the costs to recharge are not much better then gas. High mileage
>>> hybrids are probably a better way to go until the point comes
>>> where there is very little coal burning power generation.

>>
>>
>> Does saying things that aren't true make you feel Authoritative?

>
> Read the post from Isaiah in response to Leftie, it is just one
> example of an analysis. If you have some better numbers, it would
> be
> much more authoritative to use them instead of using ad hominem
> attacks.
>
> http://groups.google.com/group/alt.a...+author:Isaiah
>


Hmm, now I see, "Leftie" has already had the opportunity to respond to
the post in the above link, yet he never has.
>



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Old 23 Aug 2009, 04:52 pm
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"Stewart" <stewartg@american.org> wrote in message
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>
> "jolly" <freedatingsites@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:e6d58861-c103-464d-8e30-4200ddb764f2@v37g2000prg.googlegroups.com...
>> Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars
>> http://www.techespot.com/2009/08/ele...rging-for.html

>
> We gain very little with electric cars if recharged with coal burning
> electricity. Carbon footprint savings are minimal, and the costs to
> recharge are not much better then gas. High mileage hybrids are probably
> a better way to go until the point comes where there is very little coal
> burning power generation.
>


The push to electric cars is not necessarily to save the world it's to
loosen our dependence on mid east oil nations.


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Old 23 Aug 2009, 06:05 pm
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"rd" <Hd@invalid.invalid.net> wrote in message
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> "Stewart" <stewartg@american.org> wrote in message
> news:h6qbct$4qr$1@news.eternal-september.org...
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>> "jolly" <freedatingsites@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:e6d58861-c103-464d-8e30-4200ddb764f2@v37g2000prg.googlegroups.com...
>>> Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars
>>> http://www.techespot.com/2009/08/ele...rging-for.html

>>
>> We gain very little with electric cars if recharged with coal
>> burning electricity. Carbon footprint savings are minimal, and the
>> costs to recharge are not much better then gas. High mileage
>> hybrids are probably a better way to go until the point comes where
>> there is very little coal burning power generation.
>>

>
> The push to electric cars is not necessarily to save the world it's
> to loosen our dependence on mid east oil nations.


One of the mantras has been carbon footprint, which may or may not be
a minimal savings, depending on power generation method used. There
is no free lunch, either petroleum or electric, the power comes from
somewhere, and something has to be burned to get it.
>
>



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Old 24 Aug 2009, 06:54 am
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"Stewart" <stewartg@american.org> wrote in
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> "rd" <Hd@invalid.invalid.net> wrote in message
> news:h6sdn3$7n0$1@news.eternal-september.org...
>>
>> "Stewart" <stewartg@american.org> wrote in message
>> news:h6qbct$4qr$1@news.eternal-september.org...
>>>
>>> "jolly" <freedatingsites@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:e6d58861-c103-464d-8e30-4200ddb764f2@v37g2000prg.googlegroups.co
>>> m...
>>>> Nissan Plans Wireless Charging on Electric Cars
>>>> http://www.techespot.com/2009/08/ele...s-recharging-f
>>>> or.html
>>>
>>> We gain very little with electric cars if recharged with coal
>>> burning electricity. Carbon footprint savings are minimal, and the
>>> costs to recharge are not much better then gas. High mileage
>>> hybrids are probably a better way to go until the point comes where
>>> there is very little coal burning power generation.
>>>

>>
>> The push to electric cars is not necessarily to save the world it's
>> to loosen our dependence on mid east oil nations.

>
> One of the mantras has been carbon footprint, which may or may not be
> a minimal savings, depending on power generation method used. There
> is no free lunch, either petroleum or electric, the power comes from
> somewhere, and something has to be burned to get it.
>>
>>

>
>
>


one also has to remember that our electric utilities are close to full
capacity already.A large change to plug-in electrics would mean brownouts
or rolling blackouts,and Obama doesn't want new coal plants,plans to make
coal use too expensive thru Cap n Trade,is blocking new nuclear power thru
defunding Yucca Mountain waste repository,and alternative sources are not
capable of making up the difference.

(besides halting domestic drilling for oil and gas....)

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