Group urges government to invest in electric cars
A group of businessmen on Monday launched a new coalition to urge the federal government to make a major investment in electric transportation, pointing to electric cars as the best way to confront the nation's dependence on imported oil.
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#1 Nov 19, 2009
Judged: best information at google;
New electric motors that need very little electrical power in order to produce fast high power torque;
Consist of NPN and PNP, FET transistors back to back ie when FET 1, is on FET 2, is off and visa versa;
The FETs control electric current through paired copper wire coils ie, coil 1
energizes a N magnetic vector field coil 2, energizes a S magnetic vector field and are arranged so they fit diametrically opposite each other, so that the coils 1&2 action a push and pull force on the central rotor armature which consists of a high power neodymium permanent magnet assembly; any number of paired coils 1 & 2 can be fitted around the circumference of the electric motor so high torque can be achieved easily with little consumed electric power; the FETs can use 100 amps or more but only for fractions of a micro second, so little actual power is used; its new high science physics in respect of creating a fast spinning magnetic vortex which is very efficient and can store huge kinetic energy ie, atoms can be spun at great speed which intern spin the permanent magnet rotor and gravity seems to have little effect on slowing the spinning magnetic vortex note; a normal armature is heavily effected by gravity and work has to be done to over come the inertia force;
#2 Nov 19, 2009
Do they come with rainbow bumper stickers or will I have to buy my own?
#3 Nov 19, 2009
Technology is still not there yet. Government subsidies only result in boondoggles. If a project is economically infeasable ... it is a waste of money ... with or without government subsidies. The ev1 was heavily subsidized by GM to get it on the road, and contributed to gMs bankruptcy. It is ridiculous when the batteries alone cost $35,000 ... why would you even go into production? But that is what happens when something other than commercial value drives projects.
Show me something on the drawing board that can be sold for a profit under $25,000, that can travel a minimum 150 miles @ 60 mph ... and then we'll talk.
#4 Nov 19, 2009
Plus they're gay. I want a nuclear car. One that makes a way-frigging cool explosion when rear ended. Like a Pinto, only capable of destroying a large portion of a nation. Sweet!
#5 Dec 17, 2009
I just don't see this happening any time soon.
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