The Stone Age of EVs and Power Shortages

Coming to you soon, maybe too soon if you are under 65. Why 65? Well, you will probably be dead when the Stone Age reappears since longevity in the United States is about 78 years. Then you won’t care.

Stone Age? The elite in the US have decided to go electric-eccentric. In 2035 no more fossil fuels to power your cars, your homes, your factories, your—everything. Only electricity will do. And it must be sustainable, like from wind and rain and sun and—consider peddle-power. Villagers in undeveloped countries have little peddle-powered generators—you peddle similar to a bicycle, and the faster you peddle, the more power you generate. Maybe power a 15-watt light bulb or charge your phone. Good exercise too.

You will need a peddle-powered generator just in case wind and rain, and sun don’t work. And they don’t always work. Consider wind and “the Rime of the Ancient Mariner” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge—the ship becalmed, sails drooping, for days on end. Or rain during drought cycles where reservoirs are void of water and power generation ceases. Or sun at night or during lingering cloudy days. Windmills, hydroelectric plants, and solar panels do not provide 24/7/365 electricity.

Back to the Stone Age where the only warmth and light and means to cook were over a wood or dung fire. Dung fire in your backyard? What if you don’t have a backyard but live on the 14th floor of a condominium which, unfortunately, is really the 13th floor? Lucky you.

So our elite electric-eccentric powers will have achieved their ultimate goal—eliminating emissions from fossil fuels and saving the world from climate change. Where will they live, and how do they get their power? Like any socialist society, the elite rule and have resources unavailable to the proletariat.

Why the Stone Age? Because the elite, in their frenzy to eliminate fossil fuels, are not providing the infrastructure to go electric. Our transmission lines are creaky; electrical storage is in the beta stage; electricity generation—sustainable generation—is currently a minuscule portion of the world’s energy needs; unintended and unforeseen circumstances are crescentic.

EVs will be the only source of transportation. You can’t fly around in an electric airplane or cruise in an electric ship. Batteries are not there yet. And EVs are evil. It takes 500,000 pounds of earth and ore and minerals to produce an EV battery using all sorts of toxic processes. Technology isn’t there yet. Today, with electricity prices ballooning, it is as costly to run an EV as it is for a gasoline-powered vehicle.

I know first hand, I have an EV, solar powers and a whopping electric bill each month.

Someday, maybe we will be a sustainable world, but not before reappearance of the Stone Age.

Cold reality and the elite electric-eccentric are fools trying to fool you.

Source:  The Electric Vehicle-Blackout Connection I & I Editorial Board, March 3, 2023

In our “It’s Time To Admit It: EVs Are EVIL” editorial, we made the case that “EV owners, not those who drive internal-combustion engine cars, “are the ones responsible for raping the planet, poisoning entire communities, enriching genocidal tyrants, and creating a massive hazmat problem while doing nothing to stop ‘climate change.’”

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