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Friends, I need help writing an essay. In college I received a task to write an essay on a couple of pages in a free style on a topic that is related to electric cars and how they influence the improvement of the ecological situation of the world. Help tips please, I will be very grateful.
 


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there is a guy on here that has an all electric Ranger. Maybe you could write about that. It was kind of unique nad ahead of its time, as it's relevant to companies like Tesla.
 

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I had a simliar essay in college. I wrote 23 pages on the plastic tip things on the end of shoelaces. The subject was something about wage equality or whatever. The point is, the subject means nothing if you can incoherently ramble for so long the professor stops reading and just says eff it and gives you an A.

I have a masters degree btw.

The point is...

TOGA TOGA TOGA!!!!!!!!
 
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Fully electric cars are terrible for the environment.

If powered off a coal or oil fired power plant they have higher per-mile carbon emissions than a comparable gas vehicle, the materials for the motors and batteries are rare earth elements, and often have to be strip mined, there is no good way to recycle those batteries at the end of their lives....

The all electric Ranger mentioned earlier was actually much better because it used regular lead-acid batteries.
 

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I had a simliar essay in college. I wrote 23 pages on the plastic tip things on the end of shoelaces. The subject was something about wage equality or whatever. The point is, the subject means nothing if you can incoherently ramble for so long the professor stops reading and just says eff it and gives you an A.

I have a masters degree btw.

The point is...

TOGA TOGA TOGA!!!!!!!!
I believe you have a master's degree like I believe Ashton Kutcher has a Ph.D.
 

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If you want to write a good quality essay on the subject, I recommend that you go do some research for real facts and valid information. You will receive some facts and some true statements here. But the majority of what you reap here will be opinions and hearsay. I happen to believe and agree with what adsm08 wrote above. But I have no concrete facts to substantiate my beliefs in this subject.
 

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You could also just watch "who killed the electric car"
 

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Look up the carbon debt created by hybrids and teslas. They will NEVER pay it off.

The most carbon neutral vehicle out there is any one that runs for 30+ years.

You want to be environmentally friendly? Drive old shit, care for it, keep it running.

Every one you keep out of the junkyard is one more that doesn't have to be made.

Every time you reuse parts from another vehicle, it's two more that don't have to be made.
 

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Forgot to mention that my employer is trying to be a world leader in the electric/autonomous car movement.

Oh well. As long as they keep paying me, I'll keep showing up for work. Just don't make me drive one of those things.
 

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Thank you very much for your advice. They are very valuable to me. I am just very concerned about the issue of ecology and electric cars, for example, as alternatives in the world of oil. I want to get opinions to include them in my essay as extra-scientific everyday opinions. Another question I wanted to discuss. I heard that now there are essay writing services where I can order an essay https://edusson.com Here for example I was advised this site. What can you say about this? Did someone collaborate with them?
 
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The bug thing is that a lot of people feel good about themselves for driving their electric car around town and not polluting the air with their car. But those batteries have to be recharged. The power to recharge them comes from a lot of different sources - hydroelectric, coal, natural gas, nuclear and even OIL. So there are environmental hazards from those sources. Plus, the power from those sources travels for miles and miles through cables, transformers, switching equipment, etc. And there are losses along the way that reduce the efficiency of the system. Then you have the environment impact of producing the batteries as mentioned above.

So the big question is; "Is it really improving anything?"
 

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The bug thing is that a lot of people feel good about themselves for driving their electric car around town and not polluting the air with their car. But those batteries have to be recharged. The power to recharge them comes from a lot of different sources - hydroelectric, coal, natural gas, nuclear and even OIL. So there are environmental hazards from those sources. Plus, the power from those sources travels for miles and miles through cables, transformers, switching equipment, etc. And there are losses along the way that reduce the efficiency of the system. Then you have the environment impact of producing the batteries as mentioned above.

So the big question is; "Is it really improving anything?"
Better yet, walking isn't any better for the environment. It takes 56 calories worth of fossil fuel to produce one ounce of commercial beef protien.
 

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Better yet, walking isn't any better for the environment. It takes 56 calories worth of fossil fuel to produce one ounce of commercial beef protien.
Which brings me to my favorite point - we need to be on more planets than just this one.
 

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Electric cars are never going to be successful until many obstacles are overcome. Do your research. The solution is WIND. :derisive:
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