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Jaguar Land Rover recalls 44,000 cars over carbon dioxide levels


Jaguar Land Rover recalls 44,000 cars over carbon dioxide levels16-03-2019 15:32
Tai Hai Chen
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https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/mar/13/jaguar-land-rover-recalls-cars-over-carbon-dioxide-levels
16-03-2019 15:46
Clarity john
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They were given the answer that all car manufacturers want, their admin decided to ignore the mail and place it in the bin. Ask Jaguar Land Rover what were their reasons for dismissing, a design that could generate Carbon Free Rotational Power. To generate Electrical Charge for unlimited Mileage, without the use of Fossil Fuels. Ask them WHY ????????????
16-03-2019 16:02
Clarity john
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Jaguar Land Rover were sent a design to their engine plant near Wolverhampton, to eradicate Fossil Fuel Usage in all their cars. The design would generate Carbon Free Rotational Power, no need to plug in to re-charge every couple of hundred miles. Just get in and drive non stop where ever you wish to go, ask them on what grounds they dismissed it ????. They cannot answer, they just made an assumption. Ask Yourselves ? Do you honestly trust these people. They want change but when faced with it they cannot accept it.
16-03-2019 16:09
Clarity john
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The closure of Honda in Swindon and the loss of 3500 jobs, that's 3500 lives affected by this choice of action. Then the untold damage to the locality of that plant, a request was sent to the CEO of Honda. Just asking him to look at a design for Carbon Free Rotational Power, no need to plug in or usage of Fossil Fuels again. His Admin never even gave him the letter, the people of Swindon should ask Honda WHY it was dismissed. It's your lives that will be affected, that's why the request was sent. At least an answer should have been given. Perhaps Honda don't care about you in Swindon.
16-03-2019 17:06
HarveyH55
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What sort of fuel would they have used? Burning most anything produces CO2, electric needs to be recharged, from a source generated usually from burning fuel...

Running a plant costs money, transporting the product to market, also cost money. Now, if the local market is committed to going 'green', and declared they wouldn't be buying the product, or slap a huge tax on it, it would increase the cost of producing and transporting, to the next nearest market. If that means exporting to another country, it means tariffs, more expense, less profit, or even loss. Makes no sense to keep a plant open, if it's going to lose money, not make profits. Going 'green' is a costly business, millions of people are going to lose their jobs. Fighting a phantom problem, might be a fun and trendy hobby, but it'll ruin a lot of lives. There is much more at stake, than a potential, minor, one degree climate change, stretched over the next hundred years. Shouldn't get to upset over one car plant closing, wait until they start shutting down power plants that emit CO2, without the capacity to fill the need. You won't have reliable service, you won't be able to charge your car, and electric mass transit will suffer delays.
16-03-2019 17:44
Clarity john
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Yes I totally agree but the request to those at Jaguar, was to look at a design a man has. That will generate Electrical Charge to re-charge battery cells, without Fossil Fuels or the need to plug in. It sounds unbelievable but is the design possible, they do not even reply. Regardless of where the plant is ????
16-03-2019 17:48
GasGuzzler
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Clarity john wrote:
Yes I totally agree but the request to those at Jaguar, was to look at a design a man has. That will generate Electrical Charge to re-charge battery cells, without Fossil Fuels or the need to plug in. It sounds unbelievable but is the design possible, they do not even reply. Regardless of where the plant is ????

Ahhhh...perpetual motion again. Uh huh.

Edited on 16-03-2019 17:49
16-03-2019 18:00
Clarity john
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We live in Perpetual Motion, we just don't grasp how to use that for all of us.
16-03-2019 18:12
Into the Night
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Tai Hai Chen wrote:
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/mar/13/jaguar-land-rover-recalls-cars-over-carbon-dioxide-levels


Good old fascism. Sad to see the UK go this way.


The Parrot Killer
16-03-2019 18:17
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Clarity john wrote:
We live in Perpetual Motion, we just don't grasp how to use that for all of us.


We don't live in perpetual motion. We all need to eat to survive. We all die. What we eat dies. Even the Sun will eventually die.

No, you can't build a perpetual motion car.


The Parrot Killer
16-03-2019 18:37
HarveyH55
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Clarity john wrote:
We live in Perpetual Motion, we just don't grasp how to use that for all of us.


We don't live in perpetual motion, we all die eventually, as does everything else.

Energy isn't created, it's converted from one form to another. No conversion scheme is 100% efficient either, there are loses in the process. The letter was probably ignored, like dozens of others, that defy physics, not cost effective, or of a very narrow appeal to consumers. Now, if this man had a working prototype to demonstrate his process of 'free' energy, he probably would get much attention either, since it's just not possible to create energy, only change it from one form to another, with loses. Petroleum is by far the cheapest, efficient, and readily available fuel source. Most alternative energy sources, need to be very large, and still don't convert energy to what we want to use it for. Batteries are storage devices, need charging often, and replaced. Charging takes a long time, and electricity generated elsewhere. A gas vehicle has a tank, and only takes a few minutes to fill. If you run out, you just walk to the nearest pump, find a gallon container, and have enough fuel to drive back to fill the tank. Not sure what you'd do with an electric car, but it's going to take hours longer to get driving again.

Not sure why there isn't some way to harness the super-warming properties of CO2. Most electricity is generated by boiling water. If 0.04% of the atmosphere is CO2, and it's boiling the planet, seems like it could be concentrated, and used to boil water, produce steam pressure, to drive a turbine. Such a tine concentration, is 'scientifically' proven to be the cause of 'global' warming, should be simple to make use of that property on a smaller scale, to do work, like generating electricity, or powering a car. Nothing happening in that area, because CO2 doesn't warm anything, or have any super, energy-creating properties. Can't be used to generate electricity, can't warm the planet. Only difference, is that it'll take a couple hundred more years, or longer, for some to get the idea, no one lives long enough to see the failure.
16-03-2019 19:05
Clarity john
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You can spend hours writing all that, yet reality is there are only two Forces across the complete universe. Expansion and Contraction. When we learn to use them we will then survive what is heading our way.
16-03-2019 19:28
GasGuzzler
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Clarity john wrote:
You can spend hours writing all that, yet reality is there are only two Forces across the complete universe. Expansion and Contraction. When we learn to use them we will then survive what is heading our way.


I'm going to need more clarity, John.
16-03-2019 19:41
Clarity john
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https://youtu.be/d6L7OJNmaXc take a look
16-03-2019 19:45
Into the Night
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Clarity john wrote:
https://youtu.be/d6L7OJNmaXc take a look


Can't. Video is not available. Any other sources or a specific description of what you are trying to claim?


The Parrot Killer
Edited on 16-03-2019 19:46
16-03-2019 20:07
GasGuzzler
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Nap time in the UK?
16-03-2019 20:07
Clarity john
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It is a rotational mechanism based on a corkscrew design, it allows the exertion of two forces which is Movement. Either side of the corkscrew the two equal forces, of Expansion and Contraction are allowed to exert. Their equilibrium of those two forces which are contained cannot deplete, they can only exert in movement.
16-03-2019 20:35
James___
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Clarity john wrote:
It is a rotational mechanism based on a corkscrew design, it allows the exertion of two forces which is Movement. Either side of the corkscrew the two equal forces, of Expansion and Contraction are allowed to exert. Their equilibrium of those two forces which are contained cannot deplete, they can only exert in movement.



There is a simple concept that can work. It relies on changing the density of an object but not it's mass. True perpetual motion only might be possible if the universe we live in is a singularity. No one can explain it's creation without saying God. The 1st Law of Thermodynamics does not allow for existence. It is not possible for something to just "be". It has to come from somewhere. Yet a source of energy that can lead to the creation of universes is not possible. The original source would need to be created.
Fortunately there is no "Great Spirit". How would you verify something like that? I mean we can't measure the temperature so how could we say there is a "Great Spirit"? We can't. Measuring a temperature is something that can easily be accomplished. How do we define a "Great Spirit"? By what we cannot see and by what we cannot know? Then what would we believing in, ignorance?
16-03-2019 22:11
Into the Night
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Clarity john wrote:
It is a rotational mechanism based on a corkscrew design, it allows the exertion of two forces which is Movement. Either side of the corkscrew the two equal forces, of Expansion and Contraction are allowed to exert. Their equilibrium of those two forces which are contained cannot deplete, they can only exert in movement.


Build one. Let's see it do it's stuff.

Or you could always hire someone to build one.

Of course, you'll probably blame the reason it doesn't work on the materials or the builder, just like so many have before you.


The Parrot Killer
16-03-2019 22:13
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James___ wrote:
Clarity john wrote:
It is a rotational mechanism based on a corkscrew design, it allows the exertion of two forces which is Movement. Either side of the corkscrew the two equal forces, of Expansion and Contraction are allowed to exert. Their equilibrium of those two forces which are contained cannot deplete, they can only exert in movement.



There is a simple concept that can work. It relies on changing the density of an object but not it's mass. True perpetual motion only might be possible if the universe we live in is a singularity. No one can explain it's creation without saying God. The 1st Law of Thermodynamics does not allow for existence. It is not possible for something to just "be". It has to come from somewhere. Yet a source of energy that can lead to the creation of universes is not possible. The original source would need to be created.
Fortunately there is no "Great Spirit". How would you verify something like that? I mean we can't measure the temperature so how could we say there is a "Great Spirit"? We can't. Measuring a temperature is something that can easily be accomplished. How do we define a "Great Spirit"? By what we cannot see and by what we cannot know? Then what would we believing in, ignorance?


Okay, you have decided to abandon science altogether and use religion to build such a machine.


The Parrot Killer
17-03-2019 08:17
HarveyH55
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Clarity john wrote:
https://youtu.be/d6L7OJNmaXc take a look


Link didn't work. Wonder what Youtube is hiding with this one. A month ago, they said something about cleaning up the content, but I was under the impression they were referring to graphic violence, pornography, and anything not leaning left, and politically correct...




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