Electric cars are becoming very fashionable among those concerned about saving the environment from CO2. But are they really a good idea? They are increasingly touted as the future and the inevitable direction of human personal transport. But why are we being forced to use them as of 2040? Is it because if we were left to choose we would reject them?
Pete Stone has delved deeply into the subject from the perspective of an engineer and car enthusiast. He reveals that they are by no means the solution they are cranked up to be. In this weeks Podcast episode he shares some of the information he has uncovered to set the record straight about the alleged merits of electric cars.
There is heated debate between fans of electric cars and those who bring the facts of reality into the discussion and point out their pitfall and limitations. I personally consider the health risks of sitting next to an electric motor (or motors) as unacceptable. For those seeking truth, these vehicles are as unacceptable as 5G and all the attendant dangers of EMF’s.
What do you think?
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Nigel Howitt, March 18th 2020