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13 hours ago, QuarterCenturyVet said:

So, just as effective as a Covid vaccine to already hospitalized patients. Got it. Thanks for the strawman argument.

Seems to have some effective effect to me...

 

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33 minutes ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

Biden ending Trump OK for US oil company in Syria, says official

Biden administration officials, during a visit this month to northeast Syria, stressed to Kurdish administrators overseeing the area that the U.S. military presence was exclusively focused on preventing an ISIS resurgence, according to a State Department official who was not authorized the discuss the matter publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

The news site Al-Monitor was first to report of the administration’s decision to end the waiver.

https://www.militarytimes.com/news/pentagon-congress/2021/05/27/biden-ending-trump-ok-for-us-oil-company-in-syria-says-official/

Trump let the Turks across the border to attack the Kurds but kept the oil for the USA. Biden is now giving the oil back to the Kurds. 

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3 hours ago, Ecocharger said:

Another off-topic chart, Jay....I was referring to a problem for EVs. In this case, a surprise $10,000 bill to replace the battery.

The only topic that matters is whether your supposed problems are slowing down EV sales growth. The answer is a resounding no they aren't slowing down EV sales growth.

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1 hour ago, Jay McKinsey said:

Trump let the Turks across the border to attack the Kurds but kept the oil for the USA. Biden is now giving the oil back to the Kurds. 

LMAO... Mckinsey are you a Irainian? Asking for a friend of course.

US oil company's Syria operations canned by Biden administration

Syria's main oil fields are in the country's northeast, a region controlled by the US-allied Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces who depend on the oil for income.

In August DCE inked a deal with the Kurds in northern Syria to develop and export the area's crude oil.

Meanwhile, the company has said that it had not received official notice from the US Treasury Department indicating that its waiver would not be renewed, according to AP. Typically the department gives companies some warning in order to wrap up operations.

Middle East Eye reached out to the White House for comment but did not receive a response by the time of this article's publication.

https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/syria-biden-administration-not-renew-waiver-us-oil-company

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3 hours ago, notsonice said:

7.3 hour drive and the guy only went 109 miles? and you buy the guys BS. Enjoy

Again, slow poke, what makes you think that the vehicles were left running? Where did you dream that one up? You make up stuff as fast as you can type....No surprise, considering the source.

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Uh oh, a big bump in the road for those pesky EV promoters!

https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/The-Biggest-Challenge-Facing-Bidens-Electric-Vehicle-Infrastructure-Plan.html

"President Biden had sought $15 billion for the plan, but Congress cut that amount in half in the recently-passed infrastructure bill. Nevertheless, the Administration has stuck to the original plan, with $5 billion deployed to states, territories and the District of Columbia. The remaining $2.5 billion will be targeted at putting charging stations in rural areas. 

Fast chargers are needed, because the amount of time it takes to charge a vehicle is another factor influencing the decision to purchase an electric vehicle. But the reduced funding likely means more slower charging stations.

Level 2 charging stations require 2-10 hours to fully recharge a depleted battery. Higher power and more expensive Level 3 charging stations can achieve this in 30 minutes. "

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3 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

The only topic that matters is whether your supposed problems are slowing down EV sales growth. The answer is a resounding no they aren't slowing down EV sales growth.

How would you know? It is too soon to see the impact. It certainly has made my mind up never to drive an EV, I do not want to be slugged with a surprise charge of $10,000 for a battery replacement. You can keep it, Jay. I wouldn't take an EV home with me if it were a free gift.

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Prices of essential inputs into batteries are now in a ferocious upward surge, thus making battery prices a costlier product.

https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/The-10-Best-Performing-Commodities-Of-2021.html

"Last year, Mining.com launched the EV Battery Metals Index, a tool that tracks the value of lithium, cobalt, nickel, and other battery metals flowing into the global EV industry at any given point in time. The index combines two main sets of data: prices paid for the mined minerals at the point of entry into the global battery supply chain and the sales-weighted volume of the raw materials in electric and hybrid passenger car batteries sold around the world.

That index has quadrupled from May 2020, indicating an industry that's been expanding at breakneck speed this year--even despite challenges such as the ongoing pandemic, supply chain constraints, and rising raw materials costs.

Back in 2009, around the time when Tesla's first Roadsters hit the road, electric and hybrid cars sold around the world contained a paltry 31 tonnes of lithium in their batteries worth a combined $182,000. Fast forward to the present, and the industry has grown 3,330-fold for a value of $609 million. Over the past five years alone, the annualized value of lithium in EVs has gone up more than 1,000%.  "

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17 minutes ago, Ecocharger said:

How would you know? It is too soon to see the impact. It certainly has made my mind up never to drive an EV, I do not want to be slugged with a surprise charge of $10,000 for a battery replacement. You can keep it, Jay. I wouldn't take an EV home with me if it were a free gift.

How would I know? Let's see, I'd have to say it is because I can read all the sales reports that continue to show EV sales skyrocketing. Too soon to see the impact? Those scare stories have been widely publicized and yet EV sales keep skyrocketing. 

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4 hours ago, notsonice said:

bleach does the same , I bet gasoline would also kill covid. How many brain cells have you killed huffing gas in a bag? You obviously to not have too many brain cells left. Taking dewormer is just another brain dead fix no different than those who huff bleach or inject it.

You don't even understand what ivermectin does, nor can you read the article I attached. You're a CNN propaganda gargling idiot. That's all you'll ever be. 

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4 hours ago, turbguy said:

Seems to have some effective effect to me...

 

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Not while already admitted to the hospital without a vaccine, then administered the vaccine while in hospital. That's how they measure effectiveness of ivermectin, not as an early treatment, like the vaccine.

That's what the article was referring to, numpty. 

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18 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

You mean the way Tesla's sales just keep exploding:

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120 of the S&P 500 stocks have outperformed Tesla in the past year. You should at least sell half while they are nearing a top you dope.

 

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52 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

How would I know? Let's see, I'd have to say it is because I can read all the sales reports that continue to show EV sales skyrocketing. Too soon to see the impact? Those scare stories have been widely publicized and yet EV sales keep skyrocketing. 

Your methodology is as suspect and weak as ever...the question is, how many folks were turned off of EVs by this event? I would guess quite a few. It was powerful stuff.

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Big Brother is making a comeback in Europe, some thirty years after the demise of East Germany and its micro-managing file system. This will allow the EU bureaucracy to track everything about vehicles, presumably aiding in the Green Control Directorate. Using Green Dream goals to justify Big Brother micro-management is something straight out of George Orwell.

https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/EU-Law-Will-Equip-New-Cars-With-A-Device-That-Collects-Driving-Data.html

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4 minutes ago, Ecocharger said:

Big Brother is making a comeback in Europe, some thirty years after the demise of East Germany and its micro-managing file system. This will allow the EU bureaucracy to track everything about vehicles, presumably aiding in the Green Control Directorate. Using Green Dream goals to justify Big Brother micro-management is something straight out of George Orwell.

https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/EU-Law-Will-Equip-New-Cars-With-A-Device-That-Collects-Driving-Data.html

100% agree. Am fully vaxxed, with Astra Zeneca, no way I am getting an mRNA booster shot. Not only "Green Control Directorate" but "Covid Control Directorate" too. The tyranny must end before there are civil wars throughout the Western world.

 

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21 hours ago, TailingsPond said:

Note the Nobel laureate was not an author of that paper.

You may also hate that your reference is pro-vaccination:

"We believe that the evidence to date supports the worldwide extension of IVM treatments for COVID-19, complementary to immunizations."

Kudos for promoting the science you hate.  

 

Didn't you get the AstraZeneca jab? What, are you an mRNA science anti-vaxxer? 

I never once said I was against vaccinations, you complete plebe. 

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32 minutes ago, Ecocharger said:

Your methodology is as suspect and weak as ever...the question is, how many folks were turned off by this event? I guess quite a few.

My methodology is weak?? Haha! I'm using objective sales numbers and you are making up things that you pull out of your arse. You are a fool!

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4 minutes ago, QuarterCenturyVet said:

Didn't you get the AstraZeneca jab? What, are you an mRNA science anti-vaxxer? 

I never once said I was against vaccinations, you complete plebe. 

The mRNA jabs have had serious side-effects in all my family members who have had them, not so with Astra-Zeneca. Also, the mRNA vaccines wear off very quickly and contribute to the mutations of covid.

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14 minutes ago, QuarterCenturyVet said:

Didn't you get the AstraZeneca jab? What, are you an mRNA science anti-vaxxer? 

I never once said I was against vaccinations, you complete plebe. 

The best vaccine is the one from Johnson & Johnson. Alas, the global communist movement conspired against them for being a "conservative" company. South Africa thankfully accepted the J&J vaccine and gave us the Omicron variant, the first one that is more transmissible but less lethal, the way pandemics are "meant" to die. Fauci is a die-heard communist and is trying to destroy the West. Thankfully, the lil cunt has just about been defeated and the Republicans will put the bastard in jail in a few years time for war crimes and sedition.

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1 hour ago, Jay McKinsey said:

My methodology is weak?? Haha! I'm using objective sales numbers and you are making up things that you pull out of your arse. You are a fool!

No, oh slow-witted one, your "methodology" is not even relevant to the issue. The issue is how many folks are turned off by this horrible example of EV vulnerability. You do not even attempt to look at that, and no surprise that you run away from it. It stinks to have to pay an extra $10,000 for an EV battery replacement during the warranty period and not get any warranty protection. What good is the warranty? Unbelievable, and that is enough to make me NEVER to buy a Tesla, this is the proof of how worthless the maintenance process is for EVs.

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Please note no new coal plants in the Philippines....... San Miguel in July said it will drop new coal projects from its expansion plan

 

San Miguel to Switch On Battery Storage as It Pushes Renewables

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Bloomberg News
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(Bloomberg) — San Miguel Corp., the Philippines’ largest company, said it will start to operate 690 megawatts of its battery-based energy storage facilities early this year, as it seeks to expand investments in renewables.

Unit SMC Global Power Holdings Corp. targets to complete this year 31 energy storage facilities with total capacity of 1,000 megawatts, San Miguel said in a stock exchange filing. This will augment the group’s renewable energy portfolio, which includes solar, liquefied natural gas and hydroelectric power plants, it said. 

Dressing your dog for the wi

One of the Philippines’ largest power generators, San Miguel in July said it will drop new coal projects from its expansion plan as it transitions to a low-carbon future.

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2 hours ago, Ecocharger said:

No, oh slow-witted one, your "methodology" is not even relevant to the issue. The issue is how many folks are turned off by this horrible example of EV vulnerability. You do not even attempt to look at that, and no surprise that you run away from it. It stinks to have to pay an extra $10,000 for an EV battery replacement during the warranty period and not get any warranty protection. What good is the warranty? Unbelievable, and that is enough to make me NEVER to buy a Tesla, this is the proof of how worthless the maintenance process is for EVs.

First you say my methodology is the problem then you say it has nothing to do with the issue. I wish you would make up your mind. However my methodology is the only thing relevant to the issue. If a relevant number of people are turned off then sales will go down. If sales skyrocket then the number turned off is irrelevant. So simple I would think even you could understand it.

Provide the link that says it was under warranty but denied replacement and why. Then explain why he didn't have a third party work on it. Oh and don't forget to let us know how much money he made with his video that has 5M views.

 

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11 hours ago, QuarterCenturyVet said:

Not while already admitted to the hospital without a vaccine, then administered the vaccine while in hospital. That's how they measure effectiveness of ivermectin, not as an early treatment, like the vaccine.

That's what the article was referring to, numpty. 

Vaccination seems to be effectively effective to me.

Why "wait" to contract a disease that can make you severely ill, if you don't have to?

 

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14 minutes ago, turbguy said:

Vaccination seems to be effectively effective to me.

Why "wait" to contract a disease that can make you severely ill, if you don't have to?

 

That's not what the article was saying, crater-brain. Are people getting the vaccine administered after they've already been admitted to the hospital with serious illness from Covid?

No. They're not. That'd be why the article saying ivermectin isn't effective is garbage. You just keep making those strawman arguments. 

Why not treat the symptoms of the illness whether or not you have the vaccine?

You do realize that triple vaxxed people are STILL catching Covid, right? 

After omicron makes its way through the population, thus entire fiasco will be a thing of the past anyway. Vaccinated, or not. 

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18 minutes ago, QuarterCenturyVet said:

That's not what the article was saying, crater-brain. Are people getting the vaccine after they've already been admitted to the hospital with serious illness from Covid?

No. They're not. 

Why not treat the symptoms of the illness whether or not you have the vaccine?

You do realize that triple vaxxed people are STILL catching Covid, right? 

After omicron makes its way through the population, thus entire fiasco will be a thing of the past anyway. Vaccinated, or not. 

Why bother risking "getting admitted" when you can reduce that risk substantially?

https://www.covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/tables/ivermectin-data/

What has happened to a large fraction of the population??

https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/what-happened-to-trusting-medical-experts-202110192621

 

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