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<p>VW has a standard diesel that gets over 100 mpg; but you'll never see it sold here. Also a diesel hybrid ( two seater - with gull wings ) that gets over 250 mpg; and again, you'll never see it sold here. Where TF is Gore? Volkswagen's New 300 MPG Car Not Allowed In America ...Though the XL1 can be plugged in to deliver a 40 mile all electric drive, it does not need to be plugged in EVER to achieve 300 mpg. And it does not cheat in any way to achieve the rating, it weighs over 1,700 pounds, has normal tires, and delivers a very good driving experience with a governed top speed of 99 mph.The XL1 could reach a top speed in excess of 110 mph absent governor and turns in a 0-60 time of 11.5 seconds which is by no means leisurly for a car designed for efficiency. The XL1 in no way cheats on performance to hit it's rating. It is simply the car we should have always had, and have had taken from us in the name of oil profits.Though the XL1 can hit 300 mpg under ideal driving conditions, it's combined mileage is usually a little over 200 mpg, and if you do city driving only that will drop to a minimum of 180 mpg under the worst driving conditions. But I'd be happy with that no doubt.

  • I knew 40 years ago - diesel was it.

Silly twaddle.

 

The upgraded Tesla Roadster can now go about 400 miles on a single charge, highway. That's just the beginning of the radical battery improvements that are in the R&D pipeline. Fully electric vehicles will soon be able to travel 400 to 600 miles on a charge. The cost per miles to 'fuel' an electric vehicle is only about one third to one fourth of the cost per mile to fuel an internal combustion engine vehicle (including diesels), and that is only if you're buying the electricity off the grid. If you have solar panels on your roof, your 'fuel' costs can be effectively zero. Whereas fossil fuels can vary wildly in price and availability (remember the gas embargoes) and are subject to international politics and refinery accidents, etc.. The price of fuel for a gas or diesel vehicle could easily be many times the current price within only a few years, and that is not even considering the high probability of a tax on carbon emissions in the coming years. Electric vehicles have almost no maintenance costs and far fewer moving parts. No need to lubricate the engine or change the oil periodically and no costly engine repairs. No bulky, temperamental and expensive-to-repair transmissions, no cooling systems subject to leaks, no tailpipe emissions - no smog.

 

You once again demonstrate how far up your butt your head is lodged, JimStupid.

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Silly twaddle.

 

The upgraded Tesla Roadster can now go about 400 miles on a single charge, highway. That's just the beginning of the radical battery improvements that are in the R&D pipeline. Fully electric vehicles will soon be able to travel 400 to 600 miles on a charge. The cost per miles to 'fuel' an electric vehicle is only about one third to one fourth of the cost per mile to fuel an internal combustion engine vehicle (including diesels), and that is only if you're buying the electricity off the grid. If you have solar panels on your roof, your 'fuel' costs can be effectively zero. Whereas fossil fuels can vary wildly in price and availability (remember the gas embargoes) and are subject to international politics and refinery accidents, etc.. The price of fuel for a gas or diesel vehicle could easily be many times the current price within only a few years, and that is not even considering the high probability of a tax on carbon emissions in the coming years. Electric vehicles have almost no maintenance costs and far fewer moving parts. No need to lubricate the engine or change the oil periodically and no costly engine repairs. No bulky, temperamental and expensive-to-repair transmissions, no cooling systems subject to leaks, no tailpipe emissions - no smog.

 

You once again demonstrate how far up your butt your head is lodged, JimStupid.

There are no storage batteries that are efficient at below freezing temperature. Efficiency can drop 50% & more. Luckily we have global warming in our corner. Ya figure our military will be goin electric? I can't wait to see millions of tractor trailers chargin up at truck stops. Electric freight trains. All that will be required is covering 1/4 of the country with solar panels & wind farms.

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<p>VW has a standard diesel that gets over 100 mpg; but you'll never see it sold here. Also a diesel hybrid ( two seater - with gull wings ) that gets over 250 mpg; and again, you'll never see it sold here. Where TF is Gore? Volkswagen's New 300 MPG Car Not Allowed In America ...Though the XL1 can be plugged in to deliver a 40 mile all electric drive, it does not need to be plugged in EVER to achieve 300 mpg. And it does not cheat in any way to achieve the rating, it weighs over 1,700 pounds, has normal tires, and delivers a very good driving experience with a governed top speed of 99 mph.The XL1 could reach a top speed in excess of 110 mph absent governor and turns in a 0-60 time of 11.5 seconds which is by no means leisurly for a car designed for efficiency. The XL1 in no way cheats on performance to hit it's rating. It is simply the car we should have always had, and have had taken from us in the name of oil profits.Though the XL1 can hit 300 mpg under ideal driving conditions, it's combined mileage is usually a little over 200 mpg, and if you do city driving only that will drop to a minimum of 180 mpg under the worst driving conditions. But I'd be happy with that no doubt.

  • I knew 40 years ago - diesel was it.
Oh JimStupid, you are SOOOOOOOOOO GULLIBLE.......and that is so typical of all of your foolish moronic posts....especially on AGW...

 

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Claim: The federal government is preventing Volkswagen's XL1 model car from being sold in the U.S. because the vehicle is too fuel-efficient.

 

Verdict: FALSE

 

Origins: For many years conspiracy rumors have circulated positing that a collusion between Big Oil and the U.S. government has prevented the American public from having the opportunity to purchase fully developed, market-ready automobiles capable of obtaining fuel efficiencies of 200-300 MPG. Such rumors have taken the form of everything from mysterious forces stealing cars equipped with miracle carburetors to keep that technology's existence a secret, to the federal government's enacting regulations intended for the sole purpose of keeping high-mileage vehicles out of the U.S. market in order to protect the interests (and profits) of American oil companies.

 

April 2014 saw the emergence of yet another entry in this vein, courtesy of Jim Stone, Freelance Journalist (the same "journalist" who promulgated the ridiculous story about a passenger on missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 who supposedly hid his cell phone in his rectum and used it to post a picture to the Internet after the flight was hijacked), positing that Volkswagen has a terrific 300 MPG vehicle that only costs $60,000 all ready to go, but it can't be sold (or even seen) in America because politicians in the pay of oil companies are conspiring to keep it unknown and unsellable in the U.S.:

"You won't find the 300 MPG Volkswagen XL1 in an American showroom, in fact it has even been denied a tour of America because it is too efficient for the American public to be made widely aware of, and oil profits are too high in America with the status quo in place. No tour has been allowed for this car because the myth that 50 mpg is virtually impossible to obtain from even a stripped down econobox is too profitable to let go of, and when it comes to corporate oil profits, ignorance is bliss.

 

The answer is obvious. Simply for the sake of raking in huge profits from $4 a gallon gas, getting guzzled at 10X the rate it should be, the corporations have via campaign contributions and other types of pay outs succeeded in getting the FED to legislate the best cars off the road for irrelevant trumped up reasons.

 

Even after being hand made with "exotic" materials in an intentionally limited edition, the Xl1 still only costs $60,000. There is a lot more of a market for this car than 2,000 units at that price, have no doubt, this car is being held back on purpose."

 

In this case the vehicle in question is the Volkswagen XL1, a two-person, "one-liter" concept car (i.e., a vehicle capable of averaging 100 km per liter of fuel, or about 235 MPG) originally shown to the public back in 2002 and modified (and renamed) several times since over the intervening years. The latest unveiled version of the XL1, already put into production, is a plug-in diesel-electric hybrid described thusly by Green Car Reports:"

The Volkswagen XL1 is a plug-in diesel hybrid with a body seemingly beamed in from a future time.

 

It's the physical representation of the benefits of reducing weight and improving aerodynamics. The small body may only take two people, but it's allowed for an incredibly streamlined body with a drag coefficient of only 0.189.

 

Low weight only 1,752 lbs means only a small engine and electric motor is needed to deliver respectable performance. Much of the car is constructed from carbon fiber, aluminum and titanium.

 

VW says the car will do 261 mpg, though the real figure will be lower than that should it ever be tested under EPA guidelines. Even so, it'll still use comfortably less fuel than any vehicle currently on sale.

 

A diesel engine of only 0.8 liters and 2 cylinders capacity produces 47 horsepower, with a further 27 horses delivered by the electric motor. Power reaches the wheels via a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox.

 

Those figures sound miniscule by modern standards, but the XL1 should reach 62 mph in 12.7 seconds. Top speed is 98 mph.

 

Operating alone, the small battery can deliver up to 31 miles of range, and can be charged via plug or regenerative effect."

 

It's true that very few, if any, Volkswagen XL1s will likely be seen on U.S. roads in the immediate future, but that situation will be due to a confluence of factors that does not include a government/Big Oil conspiracy to keep them out of the U.S.

 

First of all, it's not true that the XL1 has "been denied a tour of America because it is too efficient for the American public to be made widely aware of." Existing safety and traffic regulations do limit where the current XL1 models can be legally driven in public roads in the U.S., but Volkswagen has taken at least three of the vehicles on tour around the U.S., and the staff of Jalopnik drove one around Manhattan at the end of 2013.

 

Second, the primary reason the XL1 won't be seen in the U.S. anytime soon is that Volkswagen is only producing 200 units for retail sale (not 2,000 as claimed above), all of them to be sold in Europe via some sort of selection (i.e., lottery) process.

 

But why only 200 cars? And why only in Europe?

 

As for the first part, the answer is that new vehicles like the XL1 are expensive to develop and produce (and therefore expensive for consumers to afford), and similar forms of automobiles have not yet met with tremendous success on the commercial market, so any automotive company that puts such a model into full-blown production risks sinking a whole lot of money into something that may not sell well at all (especially in the U.S. market, where consumers have very different expectations and preferences than European car buyers do). The XL1 is in many ways still a concept/prototype vehicle, and so Volkswagen is testing the waters by putting out a limited production run to see how many consumers are really interested in shelling out the equivalent of U.S. $150,000 (not $60,000 as claimed above) for a two-person car. And the testers at Car and Driver found that while the XL1's fuel efficiency might be superb, it might also be somewhat overblown as presented in promotional materials:

"The XL1 should run 31 miles solely on electric power, says [VW development engineer Ulrich] Mitze. But on the cold and rainy April day we drove it, the small, 60-cell, 5.5-kWh, 150-pound lithium-ion battery pack needed a recharge after only 22 miles.

 

According to the on-board computer, we are fuel hogs. Having started with a full tank (2.6 gallons) and fully charged batteries, we ended our trip after 67 miles; fuel consumption plummeted at one point to a dismal 128 mpg. Achieving the XL1's theoretical 749-mile range would take a right foot as light as a moonbeam."

 

As for why only Europe, the answer is that the U.S. does have many safety standards in place (enacted many years ago a variety of reasons, none of which was to keep high-mileage vehicles off the U.S. market) that all automobile manufacturers have to meet in order to legally sell their vehicles in America, regulations that sometimes require manufacturers to modify or retrofit models that were produced for sale under less strict regulations in Europe (or other parts of the world). If Volkswagen wants to test-market their XL1 in limited quantities, there's no reason for them to expend millions of dollars preparing and certifying those vehicles for U.S. safety standards when they can vend their small lot of cars just as well in the European market without all the added expense. As noted by USA Today:

"The XL1 [is] a spaceship-like, ultra-high-mpg, plug-in diesel-electric hybrid. VW used exotic, but obtainable, materials and technologies to craft a mileage-above-all car able to get 261 mpg in European tests, equating, very roughly, to perhaps 200 mpg in U.S. tests.

 

Barely a real production model, it's made in a factory, but largely by hand. It couldn't meet U.S. safety rules and needed changes in German rules to be on the road there."

 

And if one buys into the conspiracy theory that the government and Big Oil are colluding to keep high-mileage vehicles off the U.S. market in order to protect profits from gasoline sales, one has to wonder why those powerful and malevolent entities aren't doing anything to stop Americans from purchasing cars produced by Tesla, superbly-performing vehicles that use no gasoline at all yet still deliver premium performance, have great range for electric cars, have received the highest rating of any automobile ever evaluated by Consumer Reports, are top-rated for safety even under tougher U.S. standards, but are widely available for purchase in the U.S.:

"Most Americans may never actually see a Tesla Model S sedan in person, but you will want to know why this car is so important to the automotive industry and what all the media fuss is about.

 

Tesla Motors was founded in 2003 by a group of intrepid Silicon Valley engineers who set out to prove that electric vehicles could be awesome. The name of the company pays homage to Nicola Tesla, a Serbian American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system.

 

As the California automakers first production model, the Tesla Model S is 100 percent electric, a car so advanced it sets the new standard for premium performance. This is not a hybrid, nor is it equipped with any kind of "range expanding" gasoline engine. At the heart of the vehicle is the proven Tesla powertrain, delivering both unprecedented range and a thrilling drive experience. The Tesla Model S has won the 2013 Motor Trend Car of the Year award, received the highest rating of any automobile in history from Consumer Reports (99 out of 100) and achieved the best possible US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rating.

 

Unlike the internal combustion engine with hundreds of moving pieces that spark, pump, belch, and groan, the Tesla motor has only one moving piece: the rotor. As a result, Model S acceleration is instantaneous, like flipping a switch. Hit the accelerator. In 5.4 seconds, Model S is traveling 60 miles per hour, without hesitation and without a drop of gasoline."

 

As in so many cases, what is attributed to furtive conspiracy is more easily explained away as wishful thinking colliding with the hard, cold realities of economics.

 

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LUPO 3L TDI BACK IN WOLFSBURG - 2.38 LITRES PER 100KM

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The race against the clock and high vehicle fuel consumption is over. With the arrival of the VW Lupo 3l TDI in Wolfsburg on Thursday, Volkswagen finished the successful equivalent of a trip around the globe by the world's most economical mass-production car. Hundreds of Lupos formed a procession through the main streets of Wolfsburg as the little member of the VW group made its way towards the VW Autostadt at the main VW factory. Volkswagen had budgeted 1000 litres of diesel for the trip, but only ended up using 793, an average consumption of 2.38/100km at an average speed of 85km/h. The electronic measuring equipment on the car registered its lowest consumption during the trip at 1.99 litres per 100km, while the highest was still under 3 litres, at 2.8l/100km.

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Something that is becoming more and more obvious to the general public is the title of another new article analysing the denier cultists' reactions to the worldwide scientific calculation that 2014 is the new 'hottest year on record'.

 

GLOBAL WARMING DENIERS NOW IN REALM OF FLAT EARTH BELIEVERS

January 17, 2015

Those who do not believe the earth is getting significantly warmer, or climate changing as some prefer to call it, have few places left to go with that belief.

 

Scientists reported Friday that the year 2014 was the hottest in earths recorded history, seriously undermining the claims of those who either believe global warming is simply untrue or that global warming had somehow stopped.

 

The globally averaged temperature over land and ocean surfaces for 2014 was the highest among all years since record keeping began in 1880 and the December combined global land and ocean average surface temperature was also the highest on record, according to the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration's Climate Data Center.

 

The 10 warmest years on record have all occurred since 1997. Most scientists believe this trend is a direct consequence of human caused emissions (green house gasses) into earth's atmosphere which they believe portends long-term and grave risks to civilization and all things in our natural world.

 

Around the planet wildfires are getting hotter, more frequent and more dangerous. The wildfire seasons themselves are longer and hurricanes and other such storms are growing more destructive.

 

Some scientists observed that the most remarkable thing about the 2014 record was that it occurred in a year that did not feature El Niño -- the large-scale weather pattern in which the ocean pumps an enormous amount of heat into the atmosphere.

 

Claims by climate-change skeptics that global warming has stopped look to a particular starting year, 1998, when an unusually powerful El Niño produced the hottest year of the 20th century.

 

But with the continued heating of the earth's atmosphere and the surface of the ocean, 1998 is now being surpassed every four or five years, with 2014 being the first time that has happened in a year featuring no real El Niño pattern.

 

One scientist, Gavin A. Schmidt, head of NASAs Goddard Institute for Space Studies in Manhattan says the next time a strong El Niño comes our way it is likely to eclipse all temperature records.

 

He also said the reason the earth keeps getting so many record-warm years is because the planet in a long term trend and that trend is not going away.

 

The full analysis can be found here .

 

Some highlights from the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration's report on 2014:

 

During 2014, the average temperature across global land and ocean surfaces was 1.24°F (0.69°C) above the 20th century average. This was the highest among all 135 years in the 18802014 record, surpassing the previous records of 2005 and 2010 by 0.07°F (0.04°C).

 

Record warmth was spread around the world, including Far East Russia into western Alaska, the western United States, parts of interior South America, most of Europe stretching into northern Africa, parts of eastern and western coastal Australia, much of the northeastern Pacific around the Gulf of Alaska, the central to western equatorial Pacific, large swaths of northwestern and southeastern Atlantic, most of the Norwegian Sea, and parts of the central to southern Indian Ocean.

 

During 2014, the globally-averaged land surface temperature was 1.80°F (1.00°C) above the 20th century average. This was the fourth highest among all years in the 18802014 record.

 

During 2014, the globally-averaged sea surface temperature was 1.03°F (0.57°C) above the 20th century average. This was the highest among all years in the 18802014 record, surpassing the previous records of 1998 and 2003 by 0.09°F (0.05°C).

 

Looking above Earth's surface at certain layers of the atmosphere, two different analyses examined NOAA satellite-based data records for the lower and middle troposphere and the lower stratosphere.

 

The 2014 temperature for the lower troposphere (roughly the lowest five miles of the atmosphere) was third highest in the 1979-2014 record, at 0.50°F (0.28°C) above the 19812010 average, as analyzed by the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH), and sixth highest on record, at 0.29°F (0.16°C) above the 19812010 average, as analyzed by Remote Sensing Systems (RSS).

 

The 2014 temperature for the mid-troposphere (roughly two miles to six miles above the surface) was third highest in the 19792014 record, at 0.32°F (0.18°C) above the 19812010 average, as analyzed by UAH, and sixth highest on record, at 0.25°F (0.14°C) above the 19812010 average, as analyzed by RSS.

 

The temperature for the lower stratosphere (roughly 10 miles to 13 miles above the surface) was 13th lowest in the 19792014 record, at 0.56°F (0.31°C) below the 19812010 average, as analyzed by UAH, and also 13th lowest on record, at 0.41°F (0.23°C) below the 19812010 average, as analyzed by RSS. The stratospheric temperature is decreasing on average while the lower and middle troposphere temperatures are increasing on average, consistent with expectations in a greenhouse-warmed world.

 

According to data from NOAA analyzed by the Rutgers Global Snow Lab, the average annual Northern Hemisphere snow cover extent during 2014 was 24.95 million square miles, and near the middle of the historical record. The first half of 2014 saw generally below-normal snow cover extent, with above-average coverage later in the year.

 

Recent polar sea ice extent trends continued in 2014. The average annual sea ice extent in the Arctic was 10.99 million square miles, the sixth smallest annual value of the 36-year period of record. The annual Antarctic sea ice extent was record large for the second consecutive year, at 13.08 million square miles.

 

GLOBAL HIGHLIGHTS FROM DECEMBER 2014

 

During December, the average temperature across global land and ocean surfaces was 1.39°F (0.77°C) above the 20th century average. This was the highest for December in the 18802014 record, surpassing the previous record of 2006 by 0.04°F (0.02°C).

 

During December, the globally-averaged land surface temperature was 2.45°F (1.36°C) above the 20th century average. This was the third highest for December in the 18802014 record.

 

During December, the globally-averaged sea surface temperature was 0.99°F (0.55°C) above the 20th century average. This was also the third highest for December in the 18802014 record.

 

The average Arctic sea ice extent for December was 210,000 square miles (4.1 percent) below the 19812010 average. This was the ninth smallest December extent since records began in 1979, according to analysis by the National Snow and Ice Data Center based on data from NOAA and NASA.

 

Antarctic sea ice during December was 430,000 square miles (9.9 percent) above the 19812010 average. This was the fourth largest December Antarctic sea ice extent on record.

 

According to data from NOAA analyzed by the Rutgers Global Snow Lab, the Northern Hemisphere snow cover extent during December was 130,000 square miles below the 1981-2010. This was the 20th smallest December Northern Hemisphere snow cover extent in the 49-year period of record.

 

Just in - latest satellite image. All you kayakers, it's one hell of a ride when you reach the edge.

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NASA AND NOAA come out and make claims that 2014 was the HOTTEST year on RECORD... but now, BECAUSE of the narrow difference, AND the KNOWN measurement error, they are ADMITTING (to a MUCH lower level of fanfare) that there is only a 45% chance that they are correct...

 

THIS has Barak Obama's fingerprins ALL over it...

 

https://screen.yahoo.com/hot-air-scientists-noaa-nasa-154746485.html

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Something that is becoming more and more obvious to the general public is the title of another new article analysing the denier cultists' reactions to the worldwide scientific calculation that 2014 is the new 'hottest year on record'.

pogorocks, in your opinion by life's experience to existing spaced apart in this atmosphere only, what constitutes a "flat earth believer"?

 

A highly informed citizen saving reality. or an instinctive individual that figured out this time everything universally exists within is this moment never staying then same adding details as before naturally?

 

Is it better to know your dispersement within this eternal moment, than project life as a staged what if scenario?

 

What is this computer model anyway, all the temperatures sent to one location from all the airports around the Globe? Aren't most major airports close to highly populated areas of concrete jungles radiating reflected heat then the concrete and asphault at night takes longer to cool making everything at recorded areas higher.

 

Cooked calculations for the academia crowd to fool those educated to honor hypothetical values, economic rewards go to those that conform without question, taxation takes from those that won't.

 

Redistribution of power, wealth, and fame. Make saving humanity making being human larger than life itself. Just by thinking beyond self containment and ignoring the self evident.

 

What could ever go wrong besides self inflicted extinction. But that takes time, so now being eternity it is just a question of when, not if.

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Of course it is really projected, that is what gives it life, the faith anything is possible playing the odds of probability are nobody will ever be believed discussing physical absolutes limniting time to just being here now while equally spaced apart.

 

the sheer simplicity of it all is beyond theory or theology's comprehension fixated to thinking out of the box...

 

Yes, I am being very, very sarcastic but from the inside out, not one side or the other from outside in..

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It is very kind of you denier cult loons to so clearly demonstrate the truth of the OP with your braindead 'flat-earther' type comments and idiotic off-topic attempts at distraction.

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It is very kind of you denier cult loons to so clearly demonstrate the truth of the OP with your braindead 'flat-earther' type comments and idiotic off-topic attempts at distraction.

You used the term flat earther. circle logic squaring off two sides against the middle made silent by laws that rule social behavior making it criminal to question the authority of policy defining citizens of realities.

 

Great cannot lose an argument with cannot prove what real is using hypothetical values. I got your number. It is a floating decimal point.

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You used the term flat earther. circle logic squaring off two sides against the middle made silent by laws that rule social behavior making it criminal to question the authority of policy defining citizens of realities.

 

Great cannot lose an argument with cannot prove what real is using hypothetical values. I got your number. It is a floating decimal point.

Once again you fail the Turing test.

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Once again you fail the Turing test.

Doesn't matter, it was a hypothetical comparison anyway. I understand physical displacement of matter never duplicating details spacing everything specifically here now apart and why you don't want to face it personally.

 

Live long knowing a real person understands what you try to hide behind hyperbole.

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Doesn't matter, it was a hypothetical comparison anyway. I understand physical displacement of matter never duplicating details spacing everything specifically here now apart and why you don't want to face it personally.

 

Live long knowing a real person understands what you try to hide behind hyperbole.

Oops, you failed it again.

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Oops, you failed it again.

I failed adopting your philosophical wishful thinking or you succeeded in showing your ignoring the self evident to being self contained, I will let the silent pick.

 

then watch as the media, politicians, priests, philanthropists goes nuts trying to second guess why the 2010 and 2014 elections ended up what they were.

 

My describing perpendicular expansion of inorganic results and diagonal contracting erosion as organic details never duplicated by each lifetime passing through this atmosphere now being everywhere here and equally spaced apart as a whole planetary postion.

 

All using the same content over and over. Like an alphabet invents vocabulary and genetics places lifetimes pretending real doesn't matter socially.

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I failed adopting your philosophical wishful thinking or you succeeded in showing your ignoring the self evident to being self contained, I will let the silent pick.

 

then watch as the media, politicians, priests, philanthropists goes nuts trying to second guess why the 2010 and 2014 elections ended up what they were.

 

My describing perpendicular expansion of inorganic results and diagonal contracting erosion as organic details never duplicated by each lifetime passing through this atmosphere now being everywhere here and equally spaced apart as a whole planetary postion.

 

All using the same content over and over. Like an alphabet invents vocabulary and genetics places lifetimes pretending real doesn't matter socially.

Your posts fail totally at convincing anyone that your posts are not machine generated. Stringing random words together into unintelligible gobbledegook tends to have that effect.

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It'll be fun to see how much time, if any, that President Obama devotes to global warming tonight. If it's the emergency Pogo and Al Gore says it is, I predict up to 1/4 of the President's speech will be devoted to this international global emergency. I'll be timing it Pogo!

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It is very kind of you denier cult loons to so clearly demonstrate the truth of the OP with your braindead 'flat-earther' type comments and idiotic off-topic attempts at distraction.

 

BACK at ya'... you "believe what your told", IDIOT Liberal BUFFOONS...

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It'll be fun to see how much time, if any, that President Obama devotes to global warming tonight. If it's the emergency Pogo and Al Gore says it is, I predict up to 1/4 of the President's speech will be devoted to this international global emergency. I'll be timing it Pogo!

Have fun, retard. As always, your comments are pointless and massively moronic.

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Have fun, retard. As always, your comments are pointless and massively moronic.

. Find someone to hold you tonight Pogo. I think tax cuts will trump the international emergency that you say global warming is in this evening's State of the Union address.

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It'll be fun to see how much time, if any, that President Obama devotes to global warming tonight. If it's the emergency Pogo and Al Gore says it is, I predict up to 1/4 of the President's speech will be devoted to this international global emergency. I'll be timing it Pogo!

Have fun, retard. As always, your comments are pointless and massively moronic.

. Find someone to hold you tonight Pogo. I think tax cuts will trump the international emergency that you say global warming is in this evening's State of the Union address.

And still more of the same from ol' JayDumb.....pointless and massively moronic...

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And still more of the same from ol' JayDumb.....pointless and massively moronic...

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Got you on the run. If global warming is the international emergency you are on here constantly telling us it is, shouldn't we expect the President to talk about it for several minutes tonight?

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Your posts fail totally at convincing anyone that your posts are not machine generated. Stringing random words together into unintelligible gobbledegook tends to have that effect.

So does ignoring just being one of a kind. A collective social consciousness hoping eternity is out there somewhere eternally beyond reach is what makes reality a fool's paradise.

 

Trading real understanding for an eternal debt of gratitude to be allowed to pretend life can be anything any group wants it to become is what governs humanity in every political theater of staged spiritualism character counts and being happy as one of a kind will not be tolerated by those in charge of establishing legal, moral excuses to feel larger than life and smarter than instincts only aware of self containment and cannot speak about it grammaticaly as designed in language arts promoting the divide and conquer mentality..

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  • Hey kfools.. does this help? 


  • By Vegas

    Liberals are going to hell.


  • grgle



  • Where’s at @slideman?


  • Hola


  • I know this one, this new chat thing. I've seen it called the "shoutbox" among other things in my past. Very hard to hide from the chat box. The question is asked, there's no time to go search what other folks think, this is real time. Only seconds should be between chat box replies. This one is made for me. In the chat box one has to be quick on their feet with stuff at the ready. This chat box is the worst nightmare of anyone trying to deal with ol' teach. 


  • By pmurT

    hey @teacher that sounds like too much work for me LOL I need that useless thing called *time* in order to authenticate facts and truths which get posted by deceitful Dems


  • What does the red number refer to? currently, on my screen it says 2

     


  • Where does it say 2?


  • So. In the chat....if you tag a member the text afterwards should be a private message. 


  • How do? I'm teacher. If I'm online and the powers that be can figure out how to make it immediately apparent to me that whatever I've said here has been replied to I'm gonna show up right quick and kick some teeth in. It's the chat box, all this is new and scary. I know this gig. This starts now. 



  • Hey kfools, did you lose your securtiy cert? On my browser it is saying your site is not secure?


  • Mine too. I'm looking into it.


  • Mine too. 


  • I thought it was my location.. 


  • Just gave to renew the security cert. No big deal I'll do it tonight


  • OK thanks

     



  • Happy Anniversary, America... on your Civil Union.


  • By teacher

    All lives matter.


  • By teacher

    Double post deleted.


  • By teacher

    Scroll the other way for a while and you'll see me saying that these days the chat box ain't gonna work as one has to be quick on one's feet. The question is posed, there ain't no stinkin time for ya'll to refer to your betters for the answer, ya'll don't understand these things, this political debate, ya'll don't have the answer at hand, ya'll haven't thought this through, ya'll ain't ready for the next question I'll ask,  ya'll can't handle the pace that a bloke such as I can bring it in the chat box, ya'll can't handle this format.

     

    This one is made for me. 


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