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Toyota is not moving to hydrogen. They are not investing any significant money into that. They are focusing on hybrids. But hybrids are a transition technology, and we're transitioning to BEVs real...

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Correct ... if you wrote this 5 years ago.

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Range anxiety won't be a thing for battery electric cars before long. But it will be for fossil fuelled cars. "Where's the next petrol station?" will haunt people who buy a new fossil fuelled car toda...

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"A friend of mine said..." He lied. His only friend is a mirror.

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I think these Lincoln ads are very effective. They are aimed at swing Trump worshippers - those who idolise the man rather than his policies. Nobody wants to idolise a loser. 
The ‘constructi...

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It would be proof of God's existence.

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Never seen anyone so happy in an earthquake.

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"You’re playing semantics when you say MMT “changes the conversation”.  Meaningless." Meaningless to you because you don't get it ... yet. You are looking through the lens of a...

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I asked a topical question - why not print money to pay for vaccines? - and you regurgitated a text book answer - inflation. And you're still harping on about it. The problem with your answer is not t...

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Trump or Biden, competent or incompetent, Democrat or Republican - none of this matters as long as they can be bought. That's how corporate power works. 
Corporatists had kittens in 2016 when T...

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A saturated solution of salt (water that has as much disolved salt as possible) will freeze at -21C. LINK
Maybe it was a typo and should have been -2.7C?

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Are you caught up in some GCSE text book loop? Was there no bullet point about the price of oil?
I asked, why don't we print money to pay for vaccines. You said, because inflation. That is a ver...

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I'm not sure it can be. Isn't it like trying to prove god didn't create everything 10 seconds ago?
Time slows down the faster you go, and at the speed of light, it stops. So surely the distance...

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"The bigger picture is how an increase in money without an increase in productivity leads to inflation." With respect, your bigger picture is tiny. It doesn't even cover inflation. I...

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QE is a way of creating new money out of thin air to pump into a failing economy. It's just the way it's done is complicated and as far as I can see, a terrible way to boost an economy. Basically, th...

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Gordon Bennett? The name's Walter.
You're right, it's not that complicated. I said you're complicating it (verb). You're looking at a detail (inflation) when I'm trying to get you to look at the...

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First you over-complicated it, then you doubled down and went off piste tumbling into the dark world of over-stretched medical companies.
Let's take a step back. The coronavirus crisis is going ...

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I think you're over-complicating it. When a company produces a vaccine, it won't come free. So the NHS will have to pay for it. That money can come from cutting services, increasing taxes, or borrowin...

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Can someone explain to me why we can't just print the money to pay for vaccines? It won't cause hyper-inflation. The price of bread won't shoot through the roof. 

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"Originally you pretended that so long as people were making an informed choice, you are cool with that." Yes, except I wasn't pretending anything. I'll try one last time - but with g...

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