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This video was already featured in some thread or other a while back. As I recall, the information was outdated. And while the name of the company makes it sound like it's some sort of scientific  research organization, they mainly do consulting work for the oil industry

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Didn't bother watching as Feb 2020 ... basically 3 years old, based on even older research & tech.   A lot has happened since then.


Same can be said about lithium batteries, solar panels, better design & chemistries.  Any & everything, 3-4 yrs older, especially in the 'eco' industry has progressed leaps & bounds.


Most anything is better than fossil fuels; drilling/spilling, transporting/spilling, refining/polluting, using/burning/polluting.  


Was thinking the other day, while driving the EV, and realized, the whole oil, energy & ICE industry is a sad joke.  Embarrassing people have fallen for it the last 25 ish year.  Inclusive ... eyes wide open now.

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Dr. Graham Conway is a Principal Engineer in the Automotive Division at Southwest Research Institute

Southwest Research Institute

Abbreviation SwRI

Formation1947; 76 years ago

Founders Thomas Slick, Jr.



Thomas Baker Slick Jr. (May 6, 1916 – October 6, 1962) was a San Antonio, Texas-based inventor, businessman, adventurer, and heir to an oil business. Slick's father, Thomas Baker Slick Sr., a.k.a. "The King of the Wildcatters", had made a fortune during the Oklahoma oil boom of the 1910s. He was notable for discovering Oklahoma's then-largest oil field, the Cushing Oil Field.[1]



During the 1950s, Slick was an adventurer. He turned his attention to expeditions to investigate the Loch Ness Monster, the Yeti,


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