Electric Cars: Are They Actually Cleaner?
Alex Beyman

Nisbet shows that billions of dollars have been spent by ‘green’ billionaires trying to push their renewables and EV agenda https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/wcc.524 EVs are a tiny portion of world cars, largely because of poor range and recharge performance. https://achemistinlangley.net/2016/12/16/electrifying-bcs-transportation-system-debunking-the-myths-part-i-that-bc-hydro-load-estimate/ putting more than a handful on the grid requires multi-trillion dollar grid upgrades and building of LOTS more power plants. https://achemistinlangley.net/2016/12/16/electrifying-bcs-transportation-system-debunking-the-myths-part-ii-night-charging-of-vehicles/ EVs also have limited temperature tolerance. https://driving.ca/tesla/auto-news/news/314908 And the rare earths required for such vehicles come from places where there are no human rights for workers, no environmental protections, and often children are put into the mines…kind of like Dickensonian times — you can feel morally superior to conventional cars and their drivers. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-07-25/cobalt-child-labour-smartphone-batteries-congo/10031330 Feeling good now?