Guest post from our old friend Cardimona.
If industrial chemists were tasked with designing a transport fuel from scratch for maximum energy content, ease of transfer and storage, and minimum weight the result would be the hydrocarbon molecules that we know as petrol and diesel.
Despite years of hypertrophied rhetoric about a transition to electric vehicles being inevitable, the reality remains that EVs are expensive, heavy, slow to charge, short range, and produce far more emissions (if that actually mattered) than do petrol and diesel vehicles.
Wind and solar have proven incapable of producing cheap and abundant electricity, much less the energy needed to mine and refine the extra metals that go into EVs, or even to charge EV batteries.
In fact, wind and solar still can’t produce the types of energy required to replace themselves when they come to the end of their short lives, despite trillions being spent globally on research, development, and operating subsidies.
The entire solar, wind, and EV edifice is constructed with hydrocarbon fuels. Without hydrocarbons, wind, solar, battery (and nuclear) componentry cannot be produced.
Moreover, the entirety of Western civilisation is built on hydrocarbons. Modern civilisation relies completely on hydrocarbons and cannot survive without them.
Nor are hydrocarbons “fossil fuels” that are limited in supply – they are abiotic. All the elements up to iron on the Periodic Table are produced in Earth’s solid plasma core, and elemental hydrogen and carbon are formed into hydrocarbon molecules in the mantle – which is why disused oil wells refill over time.
After water, hydrocarbons are the second most abundant liquid on Earth. As I’ve explained, the Laws of Physics prove that carbon dioxide cannot cause “global warming” or “climate change” – so there’s no reason whatsoever to move away from hydrocarbon fuels.
The sole reason to attempt to achieve a “transition to renewables”, which has eluded the best engineering minds in Germany and California, is political. It is a well-designed hijacking of the mid-range IQ minds found in politics, bureaucracies, and corporate offices to disrupt Western nations.
I use “mid-range IQs” very deliberately because they occupy the centre of the intelligence bell curve: lower IQ individuals can see the climate change-renewables fraud for what it is, as can higher IQ individuals – whether they attended universities or not.
Only the mid-range IQs seem capable of experiencing the mental discomfort caused by cognitive dissonance – believing two conflicting ideas at the same time – and assume that to be the sensation of being “smart”.
These mid-range IQ individuals are the same section of the intelligence bell curve that Joseph Stalin described as “useful idiots”, and who proved capable of destroying the society that they themselves relied on for survival.
History might not repeat, but it does rhyme. Which is why a large section of humanity is facing destruction with the assistance of people who think they are clever but are, in fact, being manipulated by a far smarter and far more evil subset – the Davos-class globalists of the WEF.