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This Is Why Evangelical Christians Love Israel (VICE on HBO, Full Segment)

They really just want to speed up its being invaded by the UN to begin the end of the world.




“‘We’re reaching an inflection point,” agreed venture capitalist Steve Westly, former controller and chief fiscal officer for the state of California. “In the future, people will talk about energy in terms of kilowatts per hour instead of oil per barrels.”

“The question is no longer if batteries will disrupt the power sector, but rather how much and how fast?” wrote CERAWeek organizers IHS Markit in one session description.

The rise of durable, energy-dense, easy-to-charge lithium ion batteries have prompted predictions that electric vehicles will outsell internal combustion cars by 2040. “Now the batteries’ advance into power markets threatens the reign of natural gas, which at the moment generates about a third of U.S. electricity,” notes Bloomberg correspondent Mark Chediak. “In California and Arizona, utilities including PG&E Corporation and Pinnacle West Capital Corporation are abandoning gas plants in favor of renewable energy projects. These solar and wind farms can now use energy storage systems to stash their power and unleash it as needed.”

“Batteries are like bacon,” said Vibhu Kaushik, Southern California Edison’s director of grid technology and modernization. “They just make everything better.”


One Simple Chart Shows Why An Energy Revolution Is Coming - And Who Is Likely To Come Out On Top

The cost of producing solar power is rapidly declining: it now costs $50 to produce one megawatt-hour of solar power, according to a new analysis.

Coal, on the other hand, costs $102 per megawatt-hour to produce.

This recent change could be a sign that the world is on the verge of an energy revolution.

The cost of solar power is decreasing so rapidly, it's now cheaper than coal, based on a new analysis.

A recent report from Lazard shows how the costs of producing electricity from various sources are changing. Energy from utility-scale solar plants — plants that produce electricity that feeds into the grid — has seen the biggest price drop: an 86% decrease since 2009.

The cost of producing one megawatt-hour of electricity — a standard way to measure electricity production — is now around $50 for solar power, according to Lazard's math. The cost of producing one megawatt-hour of electricity from coal, by comparison, is $102 — more than double the cost of solar.


The big problem with comparing Trump to Nixon

That's A LIE! That's NOT True!': Richard Painter SLAMS Trump Blow·Hard for SMEARING Robert Mueller

This is a few days old but it's well worth watching.

Trump Officially Breaks Iran Nuclear Deal

North Korea's new warning to the White House

NORTH KOREA'S NEW WARNING: North Korea is issuing a new warning to The White House, with the regime accusing the Donald J. Trump administration of "ruining the mood" with false statements leading up to a proposed summit between the two leaders. Jennifer Eccleston reports.

Video at link: https://www.facebook.com/WorldNewsTonight/videos/10155971372659818/

The decline of the Trump merchandise empire

He seems to know a lot about urin! A real expert and connoisseur!

Giuliani is the Lawyer Trump Deserves - The Opposition w/ Jordan Klepper

The best part of this is how Rudy blew the Muslim ban for Trump by saying Trump wanted a Muslim ban.

Kim Jong-Un's New Strategy: Explained

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