I hate to say it but it isn’t a scam if you intend to kill off the OAPs. The Buzzard Boomers (we call them coffin dodgers) are the biggest drain of government spending annually (check, of all welfare they’re the biggest chunk) and the pension scams have no money for them all…. they’re the biggest g-g-g-generation, right? They’re still trying to shame all the Boomer hold-outs to get the mRNA trial membership scheme, that never, ever ends. It also empowers China to high nuke America and take out the transportation grid with the EMP. Then the UN…. arrives. Good luck bugging out.
Do the military still get to use petrol cars and petrol tanks? Thought so.
They’re also normalising rags to young women through “thrifting” hauls. When germs are meant to be all over the place? Then there’s the question of HPV, which you can get from sharing clothes. Mentally prepping for shortage and rationing.
But old Big Battery business interests don’t want to slow planned obsolescence, like bulbs.
I wonder how long until either Google or MIT rip THIS off… as they do with all actually new promising tech. They’re literally ripoff merchants. That’s why everything is basically Google and MIT has a rep as ‘innovative’.
But a fuel cell is much different than a battery. The hulking lithium-ion battery in the belly of a Tesla Model S stores electrical energy as a voltage across an anode and cathode. A fuel cell produces electricity by means of electrochemical reactions between a fuel, typically hydrogen, and the oxygen in the air. During the reaction, hydrogen and oxygen combine to produce electrical energy and harmless water vapor as a byproduct. If that initial chemical reaction is large enough, it can move an entire vehicle.
The electrical grid is a key way the State controls you.
They haven’t had to deal with this on the residential side yet, primarily because people can sell excess power back to the utilities at fairly high rates — a practice called net metering. But that’s hurting utilities, too, and some have tried to lower the price at which they buy back power, which has been met by furious protests from people leasing panels. If utilities lower the buyback rate too much, however, and batteries get cheap enough, people may just unplug from the grid altogether — or more likely, install systems that let them rely on it only rarely — prompting what those in the industry call “the utility death spiral.” It’s quite a bind: by fighting net metering, utilities would help make battery storage more economically viable, driving the transition to a distributed grid.
It is common understanding that over-indulgence in drink and drugs lead to ruin but it is uncommon for people to understand that over-indulgence in sex can lead to the same thing. Let that sexual energy build up inside you. Don’t dissipate that energy haphazardly because that energy is sensed by other people and draws them into you like a magnet. Being highly sexed (i.e. having sexual energy) but not giving in to any and all desires is the key to success.
Jung understood this, his faults notwithstanding. Sex should rarely be an end to itself, as feminists decry, it may be used on a spiritual path to greater things.
If you look at Taoist religion, it perhaps explains female hypergamy. Women are considered to have a near-infinite supply of energy (with which to cock-hop, if we lack morals) and can even sap a strong man’s strength (see: countless mythologies).
On a purely physical level, we understand acting upon sexuality depletes us, energy is lost, but the modern Progressive Party line dismisses yet another facet of reality. Certainly, indulgence is a good thing, when tempered with control and moderation, typically masculine virtues.