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I really like the USESNO oil & gas. Clever.
You actually think a Tesla doesn't use oil fluids? Holy crap. A Tesla won't run without oil products. You guys need to take your goggles off just once in awhile.
 

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A cyberpunk 1980’s design language CyberTruck for CyberGus would seem to be interested in the availability of this little gem

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I’ve still not pulled trigger on this alternative approach (I suspect the review board would deny the request) :ROFLMAO:

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I think smart people would laugh at you with those plates on.
Tesla Cybertruck Dirty Tesla covers all Cybertruck updates after Investor day... Screen Shot 2023-03-18 at 12.49.40 AM
 

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While it may contain plastics from fossil sources, it doesn't consume additional to operate it.

-Crissa
EVs have fossils derived lubricants and consumables. Plastics are extra.
 


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I don't normally respond inappropriate uncontrolled use of language, but do you have a speech disorder? Feel free to edit your post to forum rules. I have seen you write without the f word. Maybe use the word replace tool and get it to replace it with "love" instead? 🤪

Now go and cry in a corner about all the bitumen or concrete roads, bridges and tunnels you can't replace without a huge fossil substitute. :eek: :cry:
 

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... who are you trying to persuade with your ranting? Just sounds like you getting excited to tell me something new, which it's really, I can tell you, NOT.

The point is simply that the world "WILL NOT WORK" at this point in time without fossil.
ALSO we cannot afford to transition using "WITHOUT FOSSIL" as a lever to a sustainable energy future.

There is more than one chemical way to store energy sustainably, and not all of them need to be a lithium battery.

Since 2005 we make biomethane, which is identical chemically to natural gas, but from capturing methane emissions from digestion of naturally growing biomass and biowaste (cow manure etc). It converts non-food biowaste it into a hydrocarbon (which you I'm sure would call a "fossil fuel") and in doing so reduces forcing by more than 20x it's mass in CO2. In fact it is one of the only sustainable energy sources that can actually sequester carbon as part of the process, let alone reduce biowaste carbon and methane emissions, to the tune of 12,000tons per year from a one man operation. So fossils, or hydrocarbons, aren't all as evil as you have been brainwashed to be.

SO, once you understand this, then we can get to doing the job of trying to convert existing ground extracted fossil based systems to sustainable ones. Did you know you can make renewable fossil fuel by extracting Carbon from the atmosphere? Have you heard of EM's $100m Carbon Xprize?

Hydrocarbon lubrication is a good thing, nothing to cry about.
 

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News! Need! New! Neeeeewwwwwssssss
 

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non-food biowaste it into a hydrocarbon (which you I'm sure would call a "fossil fuel")
No one refers to biomass emissions as "fossil fuel", because they're not. Neither is firewood, or charcoal, or cow farts. Those are all things that are part of the natural carbon cycle.

Methane contributes to the greenhouse effect far more than CO2, so thank you for repurposing that waste.
 


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You actually think a Tesla doesn't use oil fluids? Holy crap. A Tesla won't run without oil products. You guys need to take your goggles off just once in awhile.
you’re being cringe

I spent 15 years in the O&G industry.

We understand the point, it’s just a super uninteresting point.
 

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you’re being cringe

I spent 15 years in the O&G industry.

We understand the point, it’s just a super uninteresting point.
Yes. ^^^ I spent 20 years in O&G and wife still has senior role in world's biggest O&G company. The "what do you think plastics and lubricants are made from" retort is tiresome and foolish. Yes, everyone knows that fertilizer and polymers etc come mostly from hydrocarbons. And everyone knows that the (very clever, btw) "uses no" license refers to the fact that CT runs on electricity. And pointing out that it still uses other hydrocarbon-derived materials like some sort of sanctimonious "gotcha" just makes you and the industry look like hyper-defensive fools.
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