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  • Monday Munificence: Greece Fixed, Who's Next? [View article]
    Normal 0 Greece and Spain won't pay back. This was a calculated Risk,and a Lesson for the Banking System. What is happening in Greece, is a verywell orchestrated show, to get granted €110bn aid, to avert meltdown. A newdeception compared with old Trojan Horse. The only thing Germans can do is:REPOSSESS 170 Leopard 2AEX Battle Tanks from Greece, and 190Leopard 2A6E Battle Tanks from Spain.U.S.A must REPOSSESS170 F-16 Jet Fighters from Greece, …the rest is gone with the wind …forever …Greece must stop paying lucrative pensions with borrowedmoney, reform the free health care system, and cut down, 4 times the militarybudged.Greece’s problem is too much debt. Greece has a budgetdeficit of 12.7% of GDP – meaning that the country is spending 12.7% more thanthe value of one year’s economic output.Greece is no different to a serial credit card borrower whocan’t pay back his loans. But just like a serial credit card borrower, as longas Greece keeps relying on borrowed money to fund itself, the problem won’t goaway. It will just get worse.www.defenseindustrydai... don't worry; the ECB, the Fed or both will print themoney.And all of us will share the pain,with our hard-earned money.Bad is never good until worse happens.
    May 13 07:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • If Greece is AIG, Guess Who's Playing the U.S. Taxpayer? [View article]
    Greece and Spain won't pay back. This was a calculated Risk, and a Lesson for the Banking System. What is happening in Greece, is a very well orchestrated show, to get granted €110bn aid, to avert meltdown.
    The only thing Germans can do is:
    REPOSSESS 170 Leopard 2AEX Battle Tanks from Greece, and 190 Leopard 2A6E Battle Tanks from Spain.
    U.S.A must REPOSSESS 170 F-16 Jet Fighters from Greece, … the rest is gone with the wind …forever …
    Greece must stop paying lucrative pensions with borrowed money, reform the free health care system, and cut down, 4 times the military budged.
    Greece’s problem is too much debt. Greece has a budget deficit of 12.7% of GDP – meaning that the country is spending 12.7% more than the value of one year’s economic output.
    Greece is no different to a serial credit card borrower who can’t pay back his loans. But just like a serial credit card borrower, as long as Greece keeps relying on borrowed money to fund itself, the problem won’t go away. It will just get worse.
    www.defenseindustrydai.../
    But don't worry; the ECB, the Fed or both will print the money.
    And all of us will share the pain, with our hard-earned money.
    Bad is never good until worse happens.
    May 11 10:40 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Eurozone on Alert: Could Greece Default? [View article]
    Greece and Spain won't pay back. The only thing Germans can do is:
    REPOSSESS 170 Leopard 2AEX Battle Tanks from Greece, and 190 Leopard 2A6E Battle Tanks from Spain.
    U.S.A must REPOSSESS 170 F-16 Jet Fighters from Greece, … the rest is gone with the wind …forever …
    Greece must stop paying lucrative pensions with borrowed money, reform the free health care system, and cut down, 4 times the military budged.
    May 8 11:55 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GM's 230 mpg, Another Green Washing [View instapost]
    TRUST AND VERIFY …
    IF THIS CAR WILL BE IN USE, ALMOST AS AN ELECTRIC CAR:
    The battery pack itself, rated at 16 kilowatts/hour, comprises more than 220 separate cells wired in series. That means the failure of any one cell disables the entire array, though some existing hybrid vehicles also have this flaw. The Volt pack is about six feet long and weighs a hefty 375 pounds.
    Voltage: 320 – 350 V
    100% recharge time:
    110V outlet: 6 – 6.5 h
    Electromotor: 45kW
    GM also claims the 2011 Chevrolet Volt can run solely on electric power for 40 miles with a full battery charge. That’s in line with studies showing that most Americans drive only about 40 miles a day, so in theory at least, a Volt could go for weeks without using a drop of gas or spewing any CO2. But some analysts think the real-world electric range will be closer to 30 miles and probably less, depending on vehicle speed, ambient temperature (which affects battery performance), and whether trips include steep grades.
    www.batteryuniversity....
    www.edn.com/blog/14700...
    THE BATTERY PACK NEEDS TO BE RECHARGED ALMOST EVERYDAY.
    QUESTION #1
    After how many recharge cycles (DAYS) the Battery Pack 16KW/H with 220 separate cells wired in series, weighting 375 pounds, HAS TO BE REPLACED WITH A BRAND NEW ONE?
    QUESTION #2
    HOW MUCH COST A NEW BATTERY SET TO BE REPLACED, (PARTS and labor) ??? !!!
    QUESTION #3
    If this car will be used as a normal hybrid car:
    If the battery pack is fully charged overnight, the fuel tank filled with gasoline (gasoline pump shuts off) and the car is driven non stop 230 miles:
    HOW MANY GALLONS OF GASOLINE DO A HAVE TO ADD, TO REFUEL THE FUEL TANK (till gasoline pump shuts off)?
    QUESTION #4
    IS ANY DIFFERENCE IF THIS TRIP HAPPEN DURING A WINTER NIGHT 40 Degree F, OR A SUMMER DAY 80 Degree F.
    Going beyond Hybrid, GM and his rescuers are going down a cliff.
    Aug 14 09:56 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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