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should be the same vehicles...
BS. It's on the internet so it must be right
Plus, it's obviously made with the caption as if to say : "See? This is how all those newfangled electric car nonsense thingies always turn out! PLUS, it's a biohazard now! Clearly dangerous stuff those electric cars!"
Either a car company or a diehard conservative that is against everything even remotely better for the environment made this.
Leave your misguided political opinions where they belong: the refuse bin
You could at least tried to fight his point, but you choose to attack the person, which makes you the loser by default, no matter who is right!
choosing to walk away isnt a loss. it is better to not be more foolish by arguing with a fool.
If you can't even think of one logical argument, maybe I'm not the fool. And he and you didn't exactly chose to walk away...
You made it political. In fact..., I think I found the one that wrote the caption!
Obviously not. Just like probably everyone on this site. Just as no one even knows what that means...
So f-k off with your FUD...
no it's in France, but they were parked for financial reasons. The cells are still there and some have been restored. https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-electric-cars-france/fact-check-electr
No, #11 is not in France.
Kittie's right : no blues plates in France.
Here is the one in France Reuters talks about :
#18 is in Norway.
Those both seas are connected either with a hydro power station and some pumps.
That's how they store energy.
More wind and sun than request of electricity?
Pump it up...
Need of electricity? Start the hydro power station within less than a minute.
18 is not in Norway. That top lake can not be used to hydro power. There are no seas in the picture. Lakes.
sorry, the German word for lake is See and the Norwegian sjø , I mixed languages...
If it is not in Norway, where is it?
Just a hint: the upper lake has a deeper ground level, than the lower lake...
How do you know?
i made a backword search and I have to apologize:
Indeed, I was wrong and you were right
this picture shows
Lake Louise and Lake Agnes in the Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
my bad, sorry