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Saturday, 14 September 2019
Sunday, 8 September 2019
The population of Inuvik is only 4,000 so maybe start with just one reactor. Imagine another couple of these in Hudson and James Bay, this would bring our Native peoples standard of living up to where it should be. Its the least we can do. Cost is estimated at $500 USD for two reactors.
The ORI pocket closet is a brilliant design for modern living. I want one in the bedroom, one in the kitchen (pantry ecstasy) and maybe one in the theater room. At $8,000 price point, I would build my own with the moving section on slick rollers.
As the Syrian army captures former ISIS territory its clear they are uncovering an incredible amount of Western made weapons. Someone introduced a new protocol using TOW missiles like a rifle. Who could it be now? Never fear blowback. In inevitably many of these weapons will be in the hands of Hezbollah. Lets leave the trees and look at the forest.
If the plan was to put kill 100,000 of Islamic terrorist, to concentrate them in constantly shrinking safe places, the plan is working fantastically.
To be fair lets compare the Taycan to the Models S. IMHO the Taycan looks better than the Model S. However Tesla trumps it with 25% better efficiency/range, apps that Porsche does not offer, and the Supercharging network. Its a slam dunk for Tesla and adds to a growing body of evidence that Tesla is set to dominate the luxury car market.
If Volkswagen Group wants to stay competitive, it needs to start caring about efficiency. High-voltage systems and sophisticated charge profiles are workarounds that not only result in more expensive cars but also higher emissions. Is there any hope? Yes. It is believed that the upcoming VW ID.3 might actually be a very efficient car. Will the Porsche Taycan be Volkswagen’s final misstep toward a cleaner future?