WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
29%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
32%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



Nutsin 1:31 Sat Aug 27
Cobalt
So Cobalt is a key ingredient for Lithium batteries for electric vehicles.

The State of California just passed a law that will ban Petroleum engines by 2035.

So Electric vehicles can only be sold in California after 2035.

The country with the largest Cobalt reserves is the Congo.

Currently China is making its move in the DRC while it appears the USA is asleep at the wheel.

China is currently the worlds number one producer of Lithium batteries…..

Lots to consider….. What does it all mean?

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bruuuno 9:55 Thu Sep 1
Re: Cobalt
Nutsin yet no mention of the billion dollar cannabis industry in CA all being grown under high powered lights when it grows perfectly well outdoors in the climate.

Pentonville 9:41 Thu Sep 1
Re: Cobalt
Someone been listening to Joe Rogan podcast lol?

Nutsin 7:39 Thu Sep 1
Re: Cobalt
So Nevada and California are expecting a heat wave that will go into next week. Because of this people are expected to run their a/c to keep cool.

So Governor Newsom is asking Electric vehicle owners not to charge their cars due to the stress it places on the grid.

We are being warned of black outs.


Fuck knows what’s gonna happen when everyone is driving an EV. Hope they have a solid plan in place to meet the expected increase in demand.

Mike Oxsaw 9:41 Sun Aug 28
Re: Cobalt
Couple more 1953's and I'll have gained a riverside apartment in Belvedere, without having to move.

Will get rid of a shit-load of unsightly light industry works nearby, too.

What's not to like?

bruuuno 7:43 Sun Aug 28
Re: Cobalt
Don’t forget Mike, in 20 years time large parts of England will be underwater due to the melting ice caps

*strokes beard*

Mike Oxsaw 7:10 Sun Aug 28
Re: Cobalt
Societies will migrate to wherever it is easiest to live.

Energy sources will be more prominent in the mix simply because modern society is more energy dependent.

In the past it was where food sources were easiest to harvest, then when excess production kicked in, places of exchange and transport kicked in. These have mainly shaped societies for about 500 years - maybe a lot longer.

The discovery of water power centralised communities around where water mills worked best, same for wind power & windmills, although in a few cases, windmills were constructed close to water mills when the water source disappeared simply because the infrastructure was already there.

We may all have to move to Milton Keynes.

BRANDED 11:37 Sun Aug 28
Re: Cobalt
I would think a broad energy mix would mitigate the kind go problems we are currently seeing. Not relying just on electricity would seem wise.

Hammer and Pickle 11:26 Sun Aug 28
Re: Cobalt
It’s hydrogen in a decade or game over. You can’t see it? Well you can fuck off and die.

Capitol Man 3:51 Sun Aug 28
Re: Cobalt
Spots, futures on come, ice, lme, smm. Take your pick

nychammer 3:28 Sun Aug 28
Re: Cobalt
are there cobalt futures?

Mike Oxsaw 3:10 Sun Aug 28
Re: Cobalt
What is synthetic fuel made from and how much does it cost to produce?

Is it not simply the 21st century's (read 6th form debating society's) answer to coal gas?

Capitol Man 2:48 Sun Aug 28
Re: Cobalt
Cheezey Bell-End 1:26 Sat Aug 27
Re: Cobalt

Hydrogen is also the transition of choice for all those already in the sector - like the oil majors. The theory is they can pivot their existing gathering, processing and transportation infrastructure from natural gas and oil to hydrogen.

Bungo 10:22 Sat Aug 27
Re: Cobalt
COOL HAND LUKE 1:09 Sat Aug 27

I understand that would be the 'holy grail' in order to have a massive advantage over electric vehicles in selling the idea to the world.

Cheezey Bell-End 1:26 Sat Aug 27
Re: Cobalt
I think that synthetic fuel would just be delaying the inevitable as electric vehicles have plenty of advantages.
There was talk of using hydrogen the same way.

COOL HAND LUKE 1:21 Sat Aug 27
Re: Cobalt
BRANDED

Price of petrol in 2035, at whatever cost, will be a trickle-feed expense, as opposed to the (£30K + 13 years inflation) truly extortionate price of any half decent EV.
I suspect that by then (just like the Covid / vaccinations scam) the EV agenda will have been exposed for what it is, ergo, a globalist / elitist money spinner.

BRANDED 1:15 Sat Aug 27
Re: Cobalt
what will the price of petrol be in 2035?

COOL HAND LUKE 1:09 Sat Aug 27
Re: Cobalt
Bingo 12.25

Why would there have to be 'emission free production' of synthetic fuel? The EV boys are hardly in a position to preach on that one...

COOL HAND LUKE 12:41 Sat Aug 27
Re: Cobalt
Crassus 12.34
😅 Yup, they're being taken for a walk alright...
Who in their right mind wants an EV in the current situation?
The 'Hooray / Woke' brigade would shoot their own feet off if they were told it was good for the environment. Idgits.

Crassus 12:34 Sat Aug 27
Re: Cobalt
Deep in the loft of your average Tesla driver you will find a box, with a Betamax logo

goose 12:33 Sat Aug 27
Re: Cobalt
Isn’t F1 moving to synthetic fuel in a couple of years?

Bungo 12:25 Sat Aug 27
Re: Cobalt
I had an interesting conversation with somebody at a senior level in the motor industry.

Apparently there is a lot of research into synthetic fuel at the moment which if successful, will allow vehicles with conventional engines to function without producing any undesirable emissions. Clearly the industry will need to develop both emission-free fuel, and emission-free production of the fuel for it to be viable.

Not sure how far along this is, or what the chances are of success, but I understand this is being kept under wraps, so as not to slow down the widespread adoption of electric vehicles.

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