Just got my carb (Holley 950 - 3 barrel) back from a shop. I had gas shooting out of the rear air vent tube.....about 3" high. The tech told me it was caused by global warming....a few pages back, someone posted how the electrical infrastructure doubled every 10 years in the 60s and 70s.
that was when we had people in charge that actually could get something done. I'm curious how much more electricity we are producing in the last 10 years today?
Funny everytime there's a storm, drought, pandemic, the so called scientists, media types blame it on global warming. Yet every summer when there are rolling black outs or brown out you don't here every talking head on the news blame it on poor govt management of our infrastructure. lack of building power plants. jim
Ford would lay off ICE people to cut costs, not profits. The sub heading was a bit misleading.
Really, with the oil companies saying they're pulling back on long term fossil fuel investments - and more US gasoline refinery capacity being taken offline - what's the point of developing ever more more ICEs?
The point is - and has been since the 2011 agreement between the automakers and the Obama administration's EPA( https://obamawhitehouse.archives.go...ration-proposes-historic-fuel-economy-standar ) - to make ICE vehicles more expensive via ever tighter regulations, until they become more expensive than BEVs. Now, by creating regulatory uncertainty over oil infrastructure, the price of gasoline is being driven up. So new ICE vehicles will become more expensive than BEVs, and restricted oil and refinery capability will make gasoline and diesel more expensive until old ICE vehicles are stranded assets(nobody will want to pay much money for them if gasoline is $20/gallon). That seems fairly obvious.
They keep finding clips of these guys telling us that the pain of high gas prices is worth it. Wondering if these guys would start building a new house, then bulldoze the old house before the new house was ready to move into.A State Department official is being criticized on social media after tweeting that he prefers high gas prices because it means less carbon emissions in the atmosphere.www.foxnews.com