New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) in China


FairAndUnbiased

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More uh... genius ideas... by a certain entrepreneur:

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Notice the lack of safety margin in the tunnels - you can't get out inside the tunnels and they have a tiny turn radius.

it somehow combines the extremely high cost of a subway, with 1% of the throughput, and all the safety drawbacks of cars such as requiring drivers, separate power for each car and poor throughput.
 

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More uh... genius ideas... by a certain entrepreneur:

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Notice the lack of safety margin in the tunnels - you can't get out inside the tunnels and they have a tiny turn radius.

it somehow combines the extremely high cost of a subway, with 1% of the throughput, and all the safety drawbacks of cars such as requiring drivers, separate power for each car and poor throughput.

His hottest air must be his underground tunnels for cars to cut through congestion.
 

FairAndUnbiased

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His hottest air must be his underground tunnels for cars to cut through congestion.
It's a sickness. It is the same as Tr.ump worship. It is the same as the flat earth, creationism and astrology shit, just a different flavor.

Tesla Semi - uneconomical due to low energy density of batteries. doesn't matter as much for civilian cars, utterly destroys commercial trucking applications. total vaporware, 2 years overdue and still nothing.

Tesla Cybertruck - completely unsafe if built and a lawsuit waiting to happen due to the sharp edges ensuring puncture of other cars during collisions. Also has no crumple zone in front so the occupant is also screwed. But it's OK since it's vaporware anyhow, meaning nobody is in actual danger.

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Starlink - mostly works because of low user rates, can barely even sustain its own maintenance cost (~billions per year in launch costs alone due to LEO orbits decaying and thousands of satellites required). For the same one time cost you can just lay fiber or launch a few dozen MEO or GEO satellites.

Hyperloop - lmao.

I can keep going. The best thing about Tesla Shanghai though, is that when they inevitably go bust, a real automotive company like BYD can move in and just buy their equipment and facility for depreciated value.
 

ougoah

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Yeah, some electrical engineers also believe the sun is a fking transistor, gravity is fake and fusion doesn't exist.

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Doesn't mean it's true.

Lol never thought I'd see this theory in SDF but it's actually super interesting and apparently (I'm not astrophysicist) it explains a lot of phenomenon conventional and standard model seemingly isn't able to explain.
 

FairAndUnbiased

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Lol never thought I'd see this theory in SDF but it's actually super interesting and apparently (I'm not astrophysicist) it explains a lot of phenomenon conventional and standard model seemingly isn't able to explain.
ok, one question:

how does this model account for all 3 simultaneously:

1. the observed relative abundance of elements
2. the observed phases of stellar evolution
3. the non observance of electomagnetic waves from non-stellar sources such as their proposed current.

Standard model of "big ball of gas is hot and fuses" accounts for all 3 just fine with a single explanation:

1. fusion makes complex elements from simple ones
2. fusion rates change over stellar lifetimes
3. fusion doesn't need stars to be connected to each other
 
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ougoah

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ok, one question:

how does this model account for all 3 simultaneously:

1. the observed relative abundance of elements
2. the observed phases of stellar evolution
3. the non observance of electomagnetic waves from non-stellar sources such as their proposed current.

Standard model of "big ball of gas is hot and fuses" accounts for all 3 just fine with a single explanation:

1. fusion makes complex elements from simple ones
2. fusion rates change over stellar lifetimes
3. fusion doesn't need stars to be connected to each other

I read a few of their community articles years ago. Don't remember much of them at all but do remember their general claims. Nevertheless I do recall it all being quite interesting despite most of it being well beyond my technical knowledge in astrophysics.
 

Tam

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Giga Shanghai outproducing Giga factories in the US, and Tesla is kicking up its production up more.

 

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