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The 18 Most Suppressed Inventions Ever

from yt, but still worth a peek


Added: Aug-3-2012 
By: Yogsoggoth
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  • A lot of ridiculous conspiracy theory. The electric car the water powered car and Tesla's magic wizardry free energy completely kill the credibility of this video.

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  • The 19th was the bullshit detector I invented. It would be going off like crazy now...

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  • i can tell its going to be 1 of those videos full of miss infomation and bullshit. so ill start with the first thing i saw. suppression of electric cars is bullshit. battery technology its miles more expensive than digging oil out of the ground. to generate electricity coal or nuclear fuel is usually burned. its not sustainable and batterys are heavy and crap. we are constantley working on new batterys and when the day comes when a battery weighs a few kilos and holds enough energy to drive 200 More..

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    • @TomThumb

      It went 70-80 miles per charge which was good enough for the people who currently had those EV1's leased to them in California.
      None were allowed to buy them, at the end of it all they had their cars taken despite the fact that they raised enough money to buy them(the community to which these cars were released) but the company still smashed them to bits.

      What was wrong with letting them keep it? They had the money.

      I feel you on the battery issue though I even heard of the length More..

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  • Lets Go FURTHUR, just on #1.
    The electric car existed PRE 1900.
    That's right. The electric car was in use in the late 1890's. You would pull up to a service station, swap batteries, and be on your way. Before the 1920s, electric automobiles were competing with petroleum-fueled cars for urban use of a quality service car. The Oil industry helped the Gas Car Industry by Under-pricing their cars so they could in time have more gas cars out than electric cars. They lost tons of money doing it, but More..

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  • Interesting.

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  • Automakers don't suppress high mileage cars. The US government does because it taxes gasoline by the gallon. A car in Europe that gets 60 MPG has the same model in the US rated at 35 MPG because the cars have been intentionally detuned to meet bullshit "emission standards" even though, if the car got 65 MPG, it would pollute less.

    The US government if fucking up the US at light speed.

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  • 1) Ev1 was an experiment.
    2) Street car's don't scale.
    3) 100per gallon car.. Nothing's free including mileage.
    you have to give up something, be that speed, safety, comfort.
    4) the free power thing is interesting.. but if it were practical to transmit power in this way we would be doing it.
    5) well the rules on pot are turning around.
    6) all you doing in a "water powered car" is extracting hydrogen from water.
    which is not a fast process. it requires lot's of heat, a chemical react More..

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    • @piyoti
      "So I really doubt any of the clams are true.."

      You may be on to something here! I had clams for dinner last night and I woke up this morning feeling really hungry...

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  • My uncle worked for GM, fact #1 is absolutely true... GM lobbied out...

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  • Lifting restriction on the growth of hemp would revitalize the US economy. We would be able to produce the cheapest, most high quality textiles, energy and vegetable protein in the world.

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  • Watched about 1/3 of it, BS.

    I really like where they insinuate that someone.. either the government or big oil somehow managed to cause the inventor of the 100mpg water powered car to have a brain aneurysm

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  • was the JP Morgan "chasing" away other investors intended?

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  • about 2/3 BS but some of it is very well documented. The VW Lupo did not get to 99/gal but it does get 78 MPG!! They had a concept car that never made it to production that was soposed to get much better than that.

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    • @wheelbaron yeap. The US won't allow it for 2 reasons (they claim) 1 it's 10% more polluting per gal (which means it's only 55% as polluting per mile as existing diesels) The second was that they couldn't maintain the roads with fuel effiecent cars because they wouldn't get as much money from fuel taxes. You think they could add some taxes to the fuel to fix the last one.

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  • They forgot the Tin-foil Hat! :)

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  • the ending with hemp was sweet... we'd be better off growing it than corn.

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  • My beef is with florescent bulbs. God how I hate them. Dim as shit; like living in a cave. To light my living room with them, I needed three times as many as I used with incandescent. You can't dim a florescent unless you buy a $40 light switch and if you have a 3-way connection, you need TWO $40 switches. Where are the savings? It's all bullshit.

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    • @keel131 Not to mention that they contain mercury. If you break one on your carpet for example, its actually a mini disaster, the only sure-fire way to ensure that the mercury isn't poisoning you , your toddler or your pets is to throw the carpet out!

      Seriously, those CFL's are REALLY bad.

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  • Almost entirely bullshit.

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  • This video reminded me of a bumper sticker that I once saw: "JUST BECAUSE YOU'RE PARANOID DOESN'T MEAN THAT THEY ARE NOT OUT TO GET YOU." Though I've never been able to quite figure out who "they" are.

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  • Mostly total bull shit here

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  • I like Tesla.

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  • Oh boy.... I would call this video a testament to the fact that many people lack basic critical thinking skills.

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  • Had a TENS unit years ago, it didn't help with pain but I could feel it making vibrations inside my body. Didn't work for me but that is only my experience, not sure about others?

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