The Climate Change scam

Professor

Too Good for the Too Bad
Member
Joined
Feb 8, 2023
Messages
2,779
Reaction score
2,170
Location
Very ScaryTown
. . . . the average cost of home charging is still on the up, but prices fluctuate hugely across the EU, with some countries seeing sharp drops and others experiencing steep hikes in 2023.

“This is largely due to government supports during the energy crisis and ever-changing global headwinds which impact countries differently:)ROFLMAO::LOL::ROFLMAO:
(presently Ireland is planning loads more find farms on & off shore so the crack's got to be mighty) .
Although electricity costs are still historically high, energy prices have peaked and EVs are nowhere near as financially draining as petrol or diesel vehicles are to keep on the road. EV sales have seen a downturn recently as many governments phase out initiatives like purchase grants and tax benefits, but as motorists seek a haven from hefty fuel-pump prices it’s likely the EV market will rebound and continue to thrive. . .

Every step - A scam!

. . . Ireland is also still proving stubbornly expensive when it comes to the cost of public charging. At the moment, for pay-as-you-go customers, ESB eCars is charging 56c per kWh for slow charging, 64c per kWh for fast charging, and 68c per kWh for high-speed charging. These are the same prices that were being charged last August, when the company assured customers that the cost of public charging would fall before the end of 2023 thanks to the reductions in the cost of wholesale electricity.

Asked why the prices here have not fallen, a spokesperson for ESB eCars said: “Continuous investment is required . . .. Scam scam blah blah blah scam scam . . .🤪
 

Hermit

Well-known member
Member
Joined
Mar 10, 2023
Messages
598
Reaction score
552

Professor

Too Good for the Too Bad
Member
Joined
Feb 8, 2023
Messages
2,779
Reaction score
2,170
Location
Very ScaryTown
They'll say anything to swing it . . .

"Wind Energy Ireland is attempting to head off planning challenges to their wind farms across the country by opening them up as tourist attractions.

Described as “Ireland’s most unique and undiscovered destinations” the wind farms are located right around the country." . . . .

. . . One wind farm at Mountlucas in Offaly has proven to be a popular tourist destination - with nearly 50,000 people visiting each year - where they get to see some of the incredible birds and other creatures who make their homes among the turbines.

And Galway Wind Park - which has won multiple awards - boasts 48km of walking trails for visitors of all ages and abilities in unforgettable scenery.

Now that the challenges & cancellations are mounting they've decided to open up to the public.

Previously, when camping in the Galway WP, I was constantly informed that I shouldn't be there by the engineers, most entrances were of course gated off to the public, but now . . . .
 

jpc

Moderator
Staff member
Member
Joined
Sep 3, 2022
Messages
2,107
Reaction score
2,986

Mad as Fish

Well-known member
Member
Joined
Jul 1, 2023
Messages
3,134
Reaction score
4,114
The sheer retardery of it all.
Can it get any more retarded?

What we need is a good old fashioned war to bury all this.....
 

Tiger

Well-known member
Member
Joined
Jun 14, 2023
Messages
1,473
Reaction score
1,687
IMG_2198.jpeg
 

Yank Blow-In

Well-known member
New
Joined
May 12, 2024
Messages
289
Reaction score
355

A few summers ago (and perhaps this one as well), there were widespread power outages in California amidst a heat wave. CA's power grid is antiquated and third-world so much so that power companies were encouraging people not to charge their EV's at home for more than three hours a day. Furthermore, 20% of the state's charging stations are regularly defunct.

There are videos all over the Internet showing the typical work-around in blackouts or brownouts: using a petrol-powered generator to charge the vehicle. You can't make this shit up. 🙄
 

Mad as Fish

Well-known member
Member
Joined
Jul 1, 2023
Messages
3,134
Reaction score
4,114
An old story I know but there was great shock, horror and alarm as retreating glaciers exposed the remains of WW1 soldiers in Italy. That beastly climate change had struck again it seemed, although it was never asked quite how they found themselves underneath a glacier in the first place, certainy the answer would not be because the world might have been warmer then and so the glaciers may not actually have been present. Obviously, that's such an unscientific notion it hardly bears thinking about.

 
Last edited:

Professor

Too Good for the Too Bad
Member
Joined
Feb 8, 2023
Messages
2,779
Reaction score
2,170
Location
Very ScaryTown
An old story I know but there was great shock, horror and alarm as retreating glaciers exposed the remains of WW1 soldiers in Italy. That beastly climate change had struck again it seemed, although it was never asked quite how they found themselves underneath a glacier in the first place, certainy the answer would not be because the world might have been warmer then and so the glaciers may not actually have been present. Obviously, that's such an unscientific notion it hardly bears thinking about.


Just a quick of the top of the head. Either they were climbing the frozen cliffs and were swept away all together (roped-up) by an avalanche . . . .
Or else they were camping for the evening and the same avalanche caught them up and toppled them over the edge of a crevasse and down down down they tumbled to the bottom some 350M below the surface.

It's cold & wet down there and consequently after a few hours they got hypothermia and passed away peacefully.
In spwing the ice melts and the bodies were carried downstream by the flooding currents which exist . . . Down there!!:eek:
 

Mad as Fish

Well-known member
Member
Joined
Jul 1, 2023
Messages
3,134
Reaction score
4,114
Just a quick of the top of the head. Either they were climbing the frozen cliffs and were swept away all together (roped-up) by an avalanche . . . .
Or else they were camping for the evening and the same avalanche caught them up and toppled them over the edge of a crevasse and down down down they tumbled to the bottom some 350M below the surface.

It's cold & wet down there and consequently after a few hours they got hypothermia and passed away peacefully.
In spwing the ice melts and the bodies were carried downstream by the flooding currents which exist . . . Down there!!:eek:
The melting glacier revealed them as a group of happy(ish) campers it seems, rather than a bunch of distressed squaddies caught out by a snowstorm.
 

Popular Threads

Top Bottom