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  2. We apparently are talking about 2 different topics, you are talking about specifically superfast recharging of Teslas where Im talking about the standard recharging of all EV's via a normal household plug in which is already commonplace.
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  5. And what about Russia's huge military spending? The general principle of the crude oil market is that in the environment of a market shortage, any public geopolitical unrest always contributes to a sharp increase in the price of the this commodity. ALWAYS. Effect in Russia's finanace And Ukraine on the other side
  6. Patent protection for a medicine discovered by somebody else? Like Gilead becoming a $86bln company patenting a Czech invention published free of charge, as peer-reviewed research. This should be a clear case of "prior art", invalidating the patent EU countries seem to follow a semi-generic model of sorts. They pay a price somewhere in-between research-free generics and arbitrarily high ask of a sole provider. Good half of the pharma industry is not based in USA, but Switzerland. They got patents too Some doctors are willing to engage the patient in shop talk, some not at all. IMHO, the government monopoly on dope has to go. Ultimately, I decide what I inject and why. No recipes, no chemical is illegal. Some of the Russian garbage does stick. All you have to do tell bigger lies more often and some of it will stick. See's_description
  7. Is this what you mean by 'struggling'?
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  9. I watched the video with writer Irina Slav noting she is one of the main writers for Oil Price. For someone to understand my reasoning please watch her video also. I don’t follow other countries energy that closely but I will use Texas as an example. In theory a grid operator should know its limitations. When is high demand, low demand and historical documation for power supply disruptions or power demand surges. They get paid to be experts. They get paid to anticipate adding factories, rapid growth every year in what areas. Or is a power plant going offline or online. It’s a huge moving puzzle and to stay supplied the grid has constant assement. When the US sells/exports nat gas by boat and by pipeline a shortage of electricity isn’t a renewable problem. What it means is a rotten apple at the bottom of the barrel spoiling the safety and security of electricity in Texas. I can list ideas of ways to identify and jail those who promote spoiled apples but none of these ideas support killing renewables. Lol Did Europe kill to many nukes to fast? Did Europe not expect or have a plan for less wind? While Europe kills coal, what takes its place. Who has the numbers, who is in charge. What were the projections. We’re the projections grid guys, or did the numbers change with the suit and tie boys/politicians. Lastly did the system work perfect but the politicions and grid boys forget to factor in Putin. At the end of the day it is not FF or renewables fault. Only incompetent humans who need better skills. Countries and companies have a history of manipulating money from the masses. Our schools teach students how to do it. So don’t be surprised when it works.
  10. CAD/JPY Canadian dollar versus Japanese yen on the back of a Goldman Sachs deal.
  11. As the tension between Russia and Ukraine hots up, the cracks are already appearing in the Western alliance. They can only get widen, if the US takes up a passive approach, especially when the real gravity of the energy crisis is hitting home hard. Although President Biden’s ‘minor incursion’ response is pushed into the realm of political gaffes by his aides, his hope of reviving the JCPOA, 2015 Iranian nuclear deal, cannot be classified as the same, because it has stemmed from a real urgency – when all other options to keep the rising energy costs at bay are failing. Please read for more on this:
  12. You can thank Jed Clampet for that Lol!
  13. Do you even believe that drivel you post? Give you a BIG hint, USA exports more gas than it imports and has done so for going on 5 years now and before that the imports of gas were less than 10% for a whopping 10 years and another 10 years of 5% of demand all of which came from Canada as it was closer to the demand point not because the USA did not have the NG... 🤡
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  15. Well it looks like Putin has had a great day by just sitting there and watching western leaders do his work for him West really stepped on those rakes just like sideshow bob today didn’t they? This is the fourth US president he's run rings around. In general, Putin does not manage very well from an economic point of view, but one thing cannot be denied. He is like a purebred boxer with a world title who can feel when an opponent is hit hard and tampered in the ring. Then he goes on to attack and finish the job. He has sensed the West's weakness so has been doing a reconquest for the last 30 years since not one inch eastward. Good ilustration of Putins problem
  16. A small research project on demonstrated language use of Ukrainians on social media (Instagram). Someone calculated the percentage of what language posts were in each of Ukraine's oblasts. Overall, results displayed a higher use of Russian than Ukrainian.
  17. Oilmen will get rich with the rise in oil prices and the weak ruble Oil quotes rose to their highest since 2014, and investment bank Goldman Sachs predicted a rise in oil prices to almost $100 within a year. At the same time, the growth in oil prices could not support the ruble exchange rate, which is weakening due to geopolitical factors. Against this background, Russian oil companies will find themselves in a winning situation: if Goldman Sachs' forecast comes true, Rosneft, LUKOIL and Gazprom Neft can increase revenue and EBITDA in rubles by more than a third. However, other analysts adhere to more conservative forecasts. Oil prices topped $87 a barrel for the first time since October 2014, supported by rising geopolitical tensions. The day before, Yemeni Houthi militants launched drone strikes on targets in the UAE, including the infrastructure of the local oil company ADNOC. It was at this moment that analysts at Goldman Sachs, whose estimates of the oil market are among the most respected among investment banks, announced a sharp increase in their forecast for the average oil price in 2022 - from $80 per barrel to $96 per barrel. The new assessment is based on a possible shortage of supply in the market, since the impact of the Omicron strain on consumption turned out to be much weaker than expected, and OPEC +, despite the formal increase in production quotas by 400,000 b/d per month, is not able to increase production in practice in accordance with this plan. If this forecast turns out to be correct, Russia's largest oil companies could achieve record-breaking financial results, thanks in part to the ruble's depreciation in recent months. So, for example, at an oil price of $96 per barrel, LUKOIL's revenue could reach 12.5 trillion rubles in 2022. (+38% year-on-year), EBITDA - 1.8 trillion (+33%), estimates Dmitry Marinchenko from Fitch. The performance of other Russian oil companies would improve in similar proportions, which would be an absolute maximum and would allow to pay record high dividends, the analyst believes. Rosneft, LUKOIL and Gazprom Neft have not yet reported financial results for 2021. Analysts at SberCIB Investment Research expect Rosneft's revenue to grow to $122.63 billion (9.1 trillion rubles at the exchange rate at the end of the year), EBITDA to $32.57 (2.4 trillion rubles). LUKOIL is expected to increase its revenue to $125.7 billion (9.3 trillion rubles), EBITDA to $18.77 billion (1.4 trillion rubles). As for Gazprom Neft, its revenue for the year is expected to be $40.6 billion (3 trillion rubles), EBITDA - $10.6 billion (787 billion rubles). However, many analysts are more reserved about oil price forecasts for this year than Goldman Sachs. Thus, Fitch expects that the average price this year will be at the level of last year - about $70 per barrel. SberCIB Investment Research analysts assume an average oil price of $73 per barrel (+5% by 2021) in 2022. Such a price increase will increase Rosneft's revenue, EBITDA and net income by 10%, 7% and 18%, respectively. For Gazprom Neft, the growth will be 16%, 13% and 16%, for LUKOIL - 7%, 7% and 13%, respectively. Among oil companies, Rosneft called a radical forecast for an increase in the price of oil at the end of 2021. As Otabek Karimov, vice president of the company, stated at the international forum of the Moscow Exchange, the price could reach $120 per barrel by the end of the first half of 2022. In mid-December, LUKOIL predicted the price of oil in 2022 at about $60-80 per barrel. “I expect that oil prices will be in the range that is comfortable for both consumers and producers. Short-term jumps are possible, but in general, this figure will be maintained in the coming year, ”said Leonid Fedun, vice president of the company.
  18. The "basket of currencies" you are trying to invent is already here as the IMF SDR. It is a useful vehicle for any central bank interested in keeping their assets relatively safe from confiscation by the US.
  19. Didn't UAE just quit the Saudi-coalition? Which makes the interested party in the hit anyone but the Houthis. A "drone" is significant understatement for solid 70-ties Soviet superpower-grade tech Now mounted on a Toyota technical, instead of a Tupolev strategic bomber. All courtesy, you-guessed-it-right, the Ukraine. Telling you again, should have stopped and thought twice where exactly you are bankrolling a color revolution at. Very likely can hit any target all the way to Israel. Patriot is absolutely no use. (does not see jack below 200m altitude) I wonder why they haven't made many more of those, if they can.
  20. Did you mean to say ammonium nitrate? That would yield a bigger bang.
  21. ADAUSD Cardano vs US Dollar January 17-19, 2022 | good reversal ?|
  22. Of course it’s bad for US Shale, wash rinse repeat cycle, how many times do these gangsters need to keep raping the industry with slack fiscal policies and drill baby drill mentality. Good luck drill yourselves out of work again… You deserve 120Bbl oil and let’s melt the LTO industry once and for all… 👊🏻
  23. No RBMK's and no rods anymore
  24. Welcome to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: VIDEO - Watch on Archive / BitChute / Minds / Odysee or Download the mp4 Story #1: Kazakhstan Declares Calm Restored; Russian Troops to Leave in Two Days Kazakhstan: Russia-Led Troops to Start Leaving In 2 Days Kazakhstan President Says Russian Troops Will Begin Leaving In Two Days U.S. Welcomes Completion of Russian-Led Mission in Kazakhstan -State Dept Troops Told to Fire Without Warning In Kazakhstan Dozens of Protesters Dead, 12 Police Dead In Kazakhstan Protests; National Endowment for Democracy Provided $1.2 Million to Kazakhstan to Help Spark Color Revolution Against Pro-Russian and Pro-China Regime The Open Society Foundations In Kazakhstan Episode 338 - NGOs Are The Deep State's Trojan Horses Kazakhstan: The Price of Insurgency Kazakhstan and the CSTO: Putin Calmly Reads the Riot Act Former Kazakhstan Intelligence Chief and ‘Close Friend’ of Bidens is Arrested for Treason Kazakhstan: People’s Revolt, Covid1984 Pushback, Color Revolution, Coup, and/or False Flag? Kazakhstan Becomes Toxic Graveyard for US Diplomacy Episode 388 - False Flags and the Dawn of Bioterrorism
  25. If there is anyone still confused why ESG, and the entire "green" movement is one giant, boiling cauldron of lies, hypocrisy and fraud, read on. Yachts To Be Exempt From EU's Carbon Pricing Plan by Tyler Durden Friday, Jan 14, 2022 - 05:45 AM If there is anyone still confused why ESG, and the entire "green" movement is one giant, boiling cauldron of lies, hypocrisy and fraud, read on. Last summer, we reported that the European Commission - that murder of career bureaucrats - has proposed exempting private jets, the one most polluting form of transportation, from the planned EU jet fuel tax. A draft indicated that the tax would be phased-in for passenger flights, including ones that carry cargo. Private jets will enjoy an exemption through classification of "business aviation" as the use of aircraft by firms for carriage of passengers or goods as an "aid to the conduct of their business", if generally considered not for public hire. It gets better: a further exemption is given for "pleasure" flights whereby an aircraft is used for "personal or recreational" purposes not associated with a business or professional use. This is odd because a recent report found that private-jet CO2 emissions in Europe rose by 31% between 2005 and 2019, with flights to popular destinations up markedly during summer holiday seasons. So if Europe was truly concerned about curbing CO2 emissions it would ostensibly go after some of the biggest culprits... but no. Of course, since it is mostly billionaires and the ultra wealthy that fly private, and these same billionaires and ultra wealthy tend to be exempt from regulations (which are usually written by politicians that the ultra rich have previously bribed or bought) that apply to the rest of the peasantry, this was hardly a huge surprise. Which is why we doubt that the latest news showing just how pervasive the "green" hypocrisy is, will also come as a surprise. According to a new report from Transport & Environment (T&E) titled "Climate Impacts of Exemptions to EU’s Shipping Proposals: Arbitrary exemptions undermine integrity of shipping laws" , more than half of Europe’s ships would be exempt from the European Commission’s carbon pricing plan for the sector. Among them: highly polluting if extremely desirable - for the Monte Carlo set - yachts. According to the report, in July 2021, the European Commission published a set of proposals to decarbonize the maritime sector. However, what quietly not mentioned, is that the proposed carbon pricing scheme (ETS) and the low GHG fuel standard (FuelEU Maritime) will only apply to ships above 5,000 GT and exclude a number of ship types such as offshore vessels, fishing vessels and.... yachts. It appears that a size threshold was implemented after the fact precisely the allow yachts to be among the vessels exempt from the regulation. The problem is that by setting the threshold so high, ships accounting for nearly 20% of the EU’s shipping emissions - would be exemplt, double what the Commission originally claimed the exemption would cover. Or, as T&E puts it, the "EU shipping proposals exempt as much pollution as Denmark's total annual CO2 emmissions." But... but... mining bitcoin is so, so dirty and must be stopped immediately! Again, this is just so Europe's aged oligarchs can invite their 20-year-old Russian mistresses on board their yachts on anchor next to Monte Carlo. In the report, T&E writes that it has analyzed the current proposals to find that too many heavily emitting ships would be let off the hook. T&E instead "recommends a system which is based on an emissions threshold and not based on size. This would cover more emissions without adding an administrative burden to the industry." Of course, that will never happen because such a system would no longer exempt yachts. And since the core tenet of the entire Green/ESG farce is to make two sets of rules: one for the 0.001% and another for everyone else, peasants will be told to accept it... and if they dare take their masks off when protesting, they will be send straight to the Australian concentration camps pardon 5-star quarantine facilities. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ No, Facebook Owner Mark Zuckerberg did not buy yacht Ulysses Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg obviously did not buy a 350-foot superyacht Ulysses as originally said by some certain sources. One of the Turkish Newspaper, which primary stated that Mark Zuckerberg purchased the yacht, removed this news from its web page later a representative constantly rejected to several broadcasting sources that Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan had owned the yacht. There’s no indication that they made any purchase. We have published this news on 18.01.2018 here and we believe this article makes the correction about the issue now. The yacht is a 107-meter luxury expedition motor yacht previously owned by New Zealand billionaire Graeme Hart, with the name "Ulysses". The yacht was handed over to an anonymous purchaser in October 2017 by Fraser Yachts. In March 2018, the name of the yacht was changed to Andromeda. At present, the boat's owner was assumed to be a Russian billionaire and investor, Yuri Milner. According to a statement by some news sources, Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg silently purchased a 350-foot expedition superyacht for $150 million in September. Yet, a Zuckerberg representative has severely rejected the Facebook CEO purchased the yacht. FALSE follows The founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg purchased an ultra-luxury yacht named “Ulysses” for $150 million in Monaco Yacht Show in September, which is normally listed at $195 million. The yacht Ulysses has a private helicopter, a separate 24-meter tender boat, an extra 4x4 car and a motorcycle. Bill Gates bought super yacht Aqua Bill Gates just purchased a $650 million environmental-friendly super yacht Aqua Bill Gates, the second wealthiest man of the world after Jeff Bezos, has apparently bought the most fashionable super yacht which is totally driven by liquid hydrogen. Gates frequently shares his fortune accompanying ecosystem responsive enterprise in addition to establishments occupied for better world health. Bill Gates, who is the founder of Microsoft, is a routine superyacht traveler but has not formerly purchased his own yacht and has chosen to charter during summer voyages around the Mediterranean. He is now participating seriously in a totally environmental friendly superyacht in the faiths that many other entrepreneurs track his indication. This fresh yacht was firstly seen at the Monaco Yacht Show. The yacht was built by a Dutch firm Sinot Yacht Design. Dutch design company Sinot is occupied in a boat which completely run by hydrogen, in the sense that its single emission will be water. It is expected to work at a maximum speed of 17 knots, with maximum range of 3,750 nautical miles. The construction period of the yacht Aqua will be under supervision of Lateral Naval Architects. The length of the yacht Aqua is 112 meters and be motorized by liquid hydrogen delivering electrical energy to the fuel cells. "For improvement of Aqua we grabbed creativeness from the life of a selective, open-minded owner, the liquid adaptability of water and front-line expertise, to joint this in a 112-meter superyacht with really pioneering characters," creator Sander Sinot reported. "Our task was to apply entirely effective fluid hydrogen and power units in a real mega yacht that is not only revolutionary in expertise but also in project and overlooking," the prime designer, Sander Sinot, told in a media announcement. The huge yacht Aqua combined with five decks and is able to accommodate up to 14 guests and 31 crew. The project has been stimulated by the ocean and Aqua’s curved outside shapes flow from the stern thru a 360-degree watching shell. Aqua has 4 guest cabins, 2 VIP cabins and 1 owner suite. In order carry 31 crew, the yacht moreover has 14 double personnel rooms, 2 officer cabins and 1 captain's quarter. Moreover, round stairway is one of the yacht’s major characters, curving down from the highest deck to the lower deck. The key architectural attraction of the staircase is at its lowest flat where two enormous watery hydrogen containers can be perceived in their hexagonal rough exterior. Aqua also has an interior health and wellness facility including a gym, a jacuzzi room, and a yoga studio. On top of being innovative, the boat is also very comfortable, with an infinity pool, heliport, spa, and indoor pool. The design of the yacht took over 6 months to realize and display a high-tech project. However, notwithstanding that the gossips of a Gates’ property, the Aqua is still just a model. The yacht is unlikely to be on the sea before 2024.
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  28. Professor Ehud Qimron, head of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Tel Aviv University and one of the leading Israeli immunologists, has written an open letter sharply criticizing the Israeli – and indeed global – management of the coronavirus pandemic. [Available in many languages.] - ZERO HEDGE - "Doomed To Fail" - Top Immunologist Blasts Global COVID Response Driven By "False Propaganda" by Tyler Durden Thursday, Jan 13, 2022 - 04:44 AM Via Swiss Policy Research, Ministry of Health, it’s time to admit failure In the end, the truth will always be revealed, and the truth about the coronavirus policy is beginning to be revealed. When the destructive concepts collapse one by one, there is nothing left but to tell the experts who led the management of the pandemic – we told you so. Two years late, you finally realize that a respiratory virus cannot be defeated and that any such attempt is doomed to fail. You do not admit it, because you have admitted almost no mistake in the last two years, but in retrospect it is clear that you have failed miserably in almost all of your actions, and even the media is already having a hard time covering your shame. You refused to admit that the infection comes in waves that fade by themselves, despite years of observations and scientific knowledge. You insisted on attributing every decline of a wave solely to your actions, and so through false propaganda “you overcame the plague.” And again you defeated it, and again and again and again. You refused to admit that mass testing is ineffective, despite your own contingency plans explicitly stating so (“Pandemic Influenza Health System Preparedness Plan, 2007”, p. 26). You refused to admit that recovery is more protective than a vaccine, despite previous knowledge and observations showing that non-recovered vaccinated people are more likely to be infected than recovered people. You refused to admit that the vaccinated are contagious despite the observations. Based on this, you hoped to achieve herd immunity by vaccination — and you failed in that as well. You insisted on ignoring the fact that the disease is dozens of times more dangerous for risk groups and older adults, than for young people who are not in risk groups, despite the knowledge that came from China as early as 2020. You refused to adopt the “Barrington Declaration”, signed by more than 60,000 scientists and medical professionals, or other common sense programs. You chose to ridicule, slander, distort and discredit them. Instead of the right programs and people, you have chosen professionals who lack relevant training for pandemic management (physicists as chief government advisers, veterinarians, security officers, media personnel, and so on). You have not set up an effective system for reporting side effects from the vaccines, and reports on side effects have even been deleted from your Facebook page. Doctors avoid linking side effects to the vaccine, lest you persecute them as you did with some of their colleagues. You have ignored many reports of changes in menstrual intensity and menstrual cycle times. You hid data that allows for objective and proper research (for example, you removed the data on passengers at Ben Gurion Airport). Instead, you chose to publish non-objective articles together with senior Pfizer executives on the effectiveness and safety of vaccines. Irreversible damage to trust However, from the heights of your hubris, you have also ignored the fact that in the end the truth will be revealed. And it begins to be revealed. The truth is that you have brought the public’s trust in you to an unprecedented low, and you have eroded your status as a source of authority. The truth is that you have burned hundreds of billions of shekels to no avail – for publishing intimidation, for ineffective tests, for destructive lockdowns and for disrupting the routine of life in the last two years. You have destroyed the education of our children and their future. You made children feel guilty, scared, smoke, drink, get addicted, drop out, and quarrel, as school principals around the country attest. You have harmed livelihoods, the economy, human rights, mental health and physical health. You slandered colleagues who did not surrender to you, you turned the people against each other, divided society and polarized the discourse. You branded, without any scientific basis, people who chose not to get vaccinated as enemies of the public and as spreaders of disease. You promote, in an unprecedented way, a draconian policy of discrimination, denial of rights and selection of people, including children, for their medical choice. A selection that lacks any epidemiological justification. When you compare the destructive policies you are pursuing with the sane policies of some other countries — you can clearly see that the destruction you have caused has only added victims beyond the vulnerable to the virus. The economy you ruined, the unemployed you caused, and the children whose education you destroyed — they are the surplus victims as a result of your own actions only. There is currently no medical emergency, but you have been cultivating such a condition for two years now because of lust for power, budgets and control. The only emergency now is that you still set policies and hold huge budgets for propaganda and psychological engineering instead of directing them to strengthen the health care system. This emergency must stop! Professor Udi Qimron, Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University
  29. I live in Texas and oil is popular here. I think oil is popular from Texas to N Dakota mainly because all those states have oil and gas in the states. Except for Texas they don’t have large populations either. This ain’t the Wall Street crowd. They have rodeos.
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