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How much CO2 does your car emit?

Posted by Yaba on Sep 14 2009
0 (electric)1%1%1% 1%
less than 80 g/km2%2%2% 2%
80 to 100 g/km2%2%2% 2%
100 to 120 g/km6%6%6% 6%
120 to 140 g/km6%6%6% 6%
140 to 160 g/km5%5%5% 5%
160 to 180 g/km2%2%2% 2%
180 to 200 g/km1%1%1% 1%
220 to 240 g/km2%2%2% 2%
240 to 260 g/km0%0%0% 0%
260 to 280 g/km0%0%0% 0%
280 to 300 g/km1%1%1% 1%
more than 300 g/km6%6%6% 6%
I don't have a car65%65%65% 65%
Votes: 1683
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 Look up and see the reason...

 by lfsuser on: Sep 26 2009
Score 50%

Lookup and see the reason for "Global Warming".
There is a 116 million Megaton thermonuclear explosion that happens every SECOND to keep this planet warm.

You obviously do not appreciate the scale of the sun or the earth.

If I has a thermometer for every square kilometer, I would need 509 million. Not including depths of ocean to 7 miles up. And no, the earth is not like a human body, you can't generalize one temperature over the planet. At any one time the temperature ranges from +50C to -50C over the planet.

You have not measured the temperature of the planet, you do not know what the trend is and you are faking your science.

30 years ago in the late 1970s it was Global Cooling!

The numbers are so big you cannot comprehend them as proof by your misguided feeling that we are the cause.

You are pissing in the river next to the dam and claiming the level is going up.

ALWAYS be suspicious of those who claim that the science is over, decided. If you base on science then all, yes all evidence must be explained. Otherwise you are trying to start a religion. Its over man, its a religion not a science.

You are making up a religion to get people to do the right thing. You get people to do the right thing by showing them that right thing is what they should do.

Scare tactics only work for so long.
Then we grow up and are no longer scared.

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 Nothing emits zero CO2

 by DocAngelo on: Sep 29 2009
Score 50%

I just want to second that electric cars generate CO2, too. Even a sleeping baby cat generates CO2.

(A little off topic:)

Furthermore i like to add, that people should look at the complete lifecycle of a product, before one can decide, if its saving anything.

A simple example: Over a decade ago in Germany, all people had those fine plastic folders. Then, to save the environment, folders made of wood were invented. What happend next: Everywhere in Germany the people buyed tons of those new friendly folders and trashed their plastic folders.

To make it clear
- Millions of shiny, new plastic folders, that would have served well for _years_ and more, were thrown away into the environment

Such things shouldn't happen.

So, if you want to buy a new car because it needs less fuel/CO2, make sure your world saving calculation doesn't get screwed up by the fact, that your actual car has a production energy cost of zero, unlike the new car, because... its already there. :)


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 When we look into the:

 by 7hamer12 on: Nov 11 2009
Score 50%

politics of ecology in todays world, it is totally to overthrow governments to become ONE GIANT WORLD ORDER. Tear down countries to gather them together - nothing else.

Donald Culley Jr, joint heir with Jesus Christ. You can be too!
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