Why the Future of Cars is Inevitably Electric

20 feb 2021
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This video was created in partnership with Bill Gates, inspired by his new book “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster.” Find out more here: gatesnot.es/2ZnYVXS
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  • I think hydrogen is the future for heavy vehicles like aeroplanes, ships, even trailer trucks and buses

    Adarsh KurisingalAdarsh Kurisingal8 minuter sedan
  • Sponcer is Bill Title says Electric Cars ELON laughs in Mars

    Vloggiiee AlifVloggiiee Alif4 timmar sedan
  • How was the video inspired by the book if you worked in colab with the gates foundation promoting the said book.

    DermottDermott9 timmar sedan
  • Nisson? It is nis-san like "an" not American "a"

    Kurumi cheuKurumi cheu12 timmar sedan
  • The problem with the Paris climate accord is that they say China is a developing nation

    DeathDragon1432DeathDragon143214 timmar sedan
  • Ofcourse they're the future.... if they start giving them out for free. The majority of the world still drives 20-30-40 year old cars.

    Meganoob BGMeganoob BG17 timmar sedan
  • Buy Tesla stocks

    Krombopulos TKrombopulos T17 timmar sedan
  • What about the other 84% emissions? Why aren't we touching them?

    Arthur ZanolliArthur Zanolli18 timmar sedan
  • You failed to mention the toxic waste created from manufacturing batteries, solar panels, and wind turbines. We are at least 5 decades away from majority electric cars. We cannot produce enough electricity to power all personal EVs, battery technology (EV range and charging speed) cannot accommodate most vehicle uses, and there is not enough electrical charging infrastructure.

    JeremyWKJeremyWK19 timmar sedan
  • Value of a Ferrari 250 GTO today: tens of millions of dollars Value of a Ferrari 250 GTO in 30 years: whatever roughly about 2000 lb worth of aluminum can bring in scrap. I have a supercharged mustang GT that I try to keep miles off of that I think I'm about to just go start driving.

    Robert StoneRobert Stone19 timmar sedan
  • Reallifelore: Electric cars is the future Porsche: Laugh in Synthetic fuel Glickenhaus: Laugh in Hydrogen Malaysia or any country: Laugh in Biodiesel

    Clueless Valkyrie88Clueless Valkyrie8820 timmar sedan
  • It needs to happen a lot faster than the goals are set

    ClickThwackRicochetClickThwackRicochet22 timmar sedan
  • The Earth has been warmer. Why not just let it warm up again and adapt and innovative? To stop it is a lost cause anyway. You'd have to wreck economies, many of those are developing countries.

    The ObserverThe Observer23 timmar sedan
  • This will take a toll on the economy

    SqueezingbrenSqueezingbrenDag sedan
  • That's why corona happened. Humans just can't sit at home.

    An AtheistAn AtheistDag sedan
  • I think that as we transition we should definitely adapt our public infrastructure in the United States getting those who can away from cars so that the overall produced, natural resource heavy countries are given a subsidy in the purchasing of these vehicles and building their public infrastructure as well, eg Bolivia 🇧🇴, using material from already produced items and ending the endless creation/consumption cycle until absolutely needed, I want to people driving 15/20+ year old EVs in the future/components being easily fixable or repairable outside of priority dealerships. The whole Tesla recycling. Also in developed countries class divides shouldn’t be exacerbated by this transition.

    malenaboymalenaboyDag sedan
  • Umm going vegan would cut equally the same amount of emissions, (equally to all kinds of transportation combined) soo yeah, go vegan 😂! Kim K would be proud of you!

    DragoniteDragoniteDag sedan
  • electric cars are not green unless their energy suply is green as well

    Lucas Leonardo Carvalho LopesLucas Leonardo Carvalho LopesDag sedan
    • Even if the energy supply isn't green factories are far more efficient and have a much smaller carbon footprint. That's why it's way cheaper to charge then to fill up gas.

      eric yuneric yunDag sedan
  • The main problem with every car being electric in the future is not everywhere has the infrastructure for electric cars so it's going to take a huge investment to get the world up to that. Also we had to find more sustainable materials to mine and use in car batteries. Another problem with EV vehicles and then being better for the environment. Is the fact that in some countries they're not in on renewable energy so that's another investment countries are going to have to make.

    Jordan TusantJordan TusantDag sedan
  • Perhaps decades in the future, all cars will be electric. Countries and states have to solve their energy supplies first before it is realistic to ban gasoline powered vehicles. In a state like California where rolling blackouts in the summer is norm, a lot of people won’t be able to get anywhere if there are no more fossil fuel powered vehicles.

    Mike QuickMike QuickDag sedan
  • A perfect blend for the future would be controlled highways where your car is actually charged. Thus, when you take over on the side streets, you not only have full command, but enough power to guarantee you don't run out of charge...

    thomas aquinasthomas aquinasDag sedan
  • Ill get an EV when they aren't overpriced garbage

    Joshua RasmussenJoshua RasmussenDag sedan
  • The Lithium-ion batteries do not recycle very well. Are we going to end up with like a nuclear stockpile of lithium ion batteries

    Grey AreaGrey AreaDag sedan
  • If the entire worldwide automobile infrastructure is geared towards purely electric cars- this is guaranteed to be more environmentally friendly for sure? What about all the power/precious metal mining that goes into creating/charging the batteries of purely electric cars? Isn’t there still heavy reliance on fossil fuels in this regard?

    Brendon KBrendon KDag sedan
  • Sponsor of RealLifeLore: Bill Gates Bill Gates, the "creator" of the virus Windows or the virus for Windows! Amazing!!

    NoosPulsarNoosPulsarDag sedan
  • Typical United States, having to be dragged kicking and screaming into the modern world by everyone else. And of course is states like California and Massachusetts who are the most progressive. You'd never seen Alabama or Wyoming be so forward thinking. They still think it's the 1950's......

    Football NerdFootball NerdDag sedan
  • 0:00

    Mihnea MihalceaMihnea MihalceaDag sedan
  • this is good but what would happen to all the vintage and maintained old cars :(

    lairpainlairpainDag sedan
  • This channel has really lost its egde.

    Daniel Lenney-BarberDaniel Lenney-BarberDag sedan
  • Wait just a minute... what about the increased emissions that its going to take to generate all that additional electricity to power these cars? You do realize we’re going to have to burn a lot of coal and natural gas to meet the increased demand for electricity when everyone starts plugging their cars in every night at home, and likely while parked during the day. How will we produce all that additional clean electricity when we’ve ceased to commission nuclear plants and given the obvious lessons we’ve learned recently about wind and solar in Texas? By the way, how much mining are we doing to have to do to obtain all the rare earth minerals to produce all those batteries? What are we going to do with all the hazmat as these batteries diminish in performance (they always do). If global climate change is really an existential threat, why doesn’t anyone know the answer to the question “what is the earth’s temperature supposed to be?” Do we have some mechanism to control the worlds temperature? Is there a thermostat somewhere in the halls of the UN? Or maybe perhaps the earth’s climate has always been in flux, and maybe mankind has evolved and innovated to adapt though technology, as we have with for instance, more efficient farming that feeds more with less hectares of land, or desalinization that provides potable water in places never considered livable before? Maybe a lot of this climate hysteria is an overreaction being foisted on the nations of the world as a power grab (gasp).

    John MolokoJohn MolokoDag sedan
  • Bill Gates videos have a lot of dislikes because people are jealous of his success

    Empire StateEmpire State2 dagar sedan
    • Lol dudes got like over 5 private jets and he is one of the most air polluters.

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  • Bill Gates, one of the biggest polluters of our lifetime, writing a book about how to avoid climate change. That's cute.

    SnekSnek2 dagar sedan
  • Mankind: Yeah a lot of EV Earth: Oh no how they will recycle the Batteries ? Hydrogen Vehicles seems more ecological to me.

    BroliYTwinsBroliYTwins2 dagar sedan
  • This is such a dumb idea to force your citizens to buy things they don't want or need. It's absurd. Not to mention, in rural areas power goes out often.. so what of I can't charge my car?.. or if I can't afford my power bill one month, there goes my ability to get to worry to be able to pay that bill. It's such a stupid pipe dream.

    Jacob PentonJacob Penton2 dagar sedan
  • Bill gates partnership..... UNSUBED OMFG

    Blame USABlame USA2 dagar sedan
  • You do realize that there are not enough rare earth metals in the world to even convert a small fraction of all automobiles to electric, right? Like not even 10 %. Simply due to the sheer lack of those rare earth metals that are needed in the batteries.

    gaudetjajagaudetjaja2 dagar sedan
  • Thankufully, we have unlimited source of electritity from the universe, to power all of these EVs...

    19klemc9419klemc942 dagar sedan
  • I would just like to take a moment to say fuck Bill Gates.....thank you!

    Michael DevaneyMichael Devaney2 dagar sedan
  • Hysterical much? Let the developing world have the petro cars so they can develop faster and afford electrification. Oh, yeah, Leftists want them to stay poor and enslaved. Got it.

    Rapunzel 1701Rapunzel 17012 dagar sedan
  • Ok petrol and diesel is no more used but the plastic that has to be used to make those cars to billions of people

    Danila SolovjovsDanila Solovjovs2 dagar sedan
  • If petrol and diesel are not good enough you can always power your car on hydrogen gas it never pollutants

    Danila SolovjovsDanila Solovjovs2 dagar sedan
  • It's entertaining to read all the confused comments by climate change deniers and backwards people spewing long since debunked nonsense. I smile to myself, knowing that the dead-enders and backwards ignoramuses are going to have some very tough years ahead as the world changes around them and they can't change with it. Lovely.

    SeybertoothSeybertooth2 dagar sedan
    • We are not climate change deniers. 97% percent of scientist believe that climate change exist. But 46% of scientist are not sure that green powers and paris climate change would dp something. Paris agreement is the one of the most bs deals. Scientists are not sure that the climate change is human's fault. Maybe it's the nature's cycle.

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  • CO2 emissions or no, hydrocarbons are never going away. The energy density of a simple explosive fuel will always be simply too high compared to batteries to ignore. What we're likely to do in future is just capture CO2 from the air and turn it into gas.

    Aleksei CorleoneAleksei Corleone3 dagar sedan
    • Ok you separate oxygen gas from carbon dioxide but where will the carbon go I mean it can go to a manufacturing plant to make products but there is too little use of carbon

      Danila SolovjovsDanila Solovjovs2 dagar sedan
  • the japanese stoped making cool cars a while ago

    CosakyCosaky3 dagar sedan
    • But they are making cool cartoons.

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  • Inevitably? Where? When? 3:44 This is simply a lie. There is no such grid in the world. I'm fed up with this elec. car hype without any base. And the "renewables" using a justifiable word to any bullshit idea.

    Balázs MolnárBalázs Molnár3 dagar sedan
  • If they made charging only a minute and cheaper than gas and run well in -40 weather I would trade my car in immediately.

    flare 156flare 1563 dagar sedan
  • Have Vs Have Nots : EVs Vs ICEs

    Raghavendran T BRaghavendran T B3 dagar sedan
  • Or just rely less on cars, use your bicycle more instead, the solution is not for every family using 2-3 petrol dependant cars to switch to 2-3 EVs since all those EVs, as you said, are pollutant to build, so the ideal solution is to stop polluting by building some many cars

    Carl GinlandCarl Ginland3 dagar sedan
    • Kerosene doesn't give that much pollutant the only source of carbon dioxide is the disgusting oily residue in petrol and diesel kerosene is much nicer because it's more refined

      Danila SolovjovsDanila Solovjovs2 dagar sedan
  • i love cars and will always have an ICE car, but i will accept electric cars for the sake of the world

    CrunchyCrunchy3 dagar sedan
  • i tend to think that cake power is the future of transport, that is if the crabs haven't taken over...

    pepe the frog poops on right wingerspepe the frog poops on right wingers3 dagar sedan
  • Imagine just buying a brand new ferrari and not be able to drive it because it has an engine

    WassalWassal3 dagar sedan
  • I disagree, it's not all individuals responsibility to combat the climate crisis. There's a portion of us who worked through black lung so that the tycoons could have their mountains of gold. Let them solve this one, after all they're the ones who would literally exploit children if they could.

    JacobJacob3 dagar sedan
  • Bro, stop using distorted map of India!

    bhavesh kadukarbhavesh kadukar3 dagar sedan
  • WOTH BILL GATES WHAT ! TELL HIM TO GIVE YOU A MILLION DOLLARS OUT OF HIS MONEY

    ??3 dagar sedan
  • Yes

    ??3 dagar sedan
  • How could it be possible for, say, Sri Lanka to COMPLETELY eliminate ALL combustion-engine vehicles from the country? they'd be confiscating private property?

    Forrest CharlesForrest Charles3 dagar sedan
  • Austria annexed Slovenia I see

    Juan DGMJuan DGM3 dagar sedan
  • How does anybody plan to remove over a billion gasoline vehicles and replace them with new ones? How is that going to happen, if you want this video to be taken seriously you need to follow up on these very bold statements

    devin bradforddevin bradford3 dagar sedan
  • Only problem I have is that the electricity charging your EV will more than likely have been generated by coal or natural gas. In areas with really dirty electric grids, hybrid type vehicles can actually have a smaller carbon footprint over EVs in the long run. We need to eliminate the emission, not shift it upstream.

    VintageToiletsRockVintageToiletsRock3 dagar sedan
  • Electric cars are important, but the priority should be public transportation. Electric trains, subway trains, and buses, both within cities and connecting different cities. That's the answer to the environmental crisis as well as other urban problems such as traffic jams: electricity-powered public transportation in addition to electric-powered personal vehicles.

    The DudeThe Dude4 dagar sedan
  • Nah I will keep using a car with diesel engine. I am a man, I love it sounds, I love it smell, I love to get dirty in garage while working on it. These new ev cars are for men who f*ck with inflatable dolls and drink nonalcoholic beer

    MikeLMikeL4 dagar sedan
    • @MikeL ?

      Kubilay MendiKubilay Mendi15 timmar sedan
    • @Kubilay Mendi as you say kid xD xD xD

      MikeLMikeLDag sedan
    • @MikeL don’t need to be progressive to know that the world need evs🤔

      Kubilay MendiKubilay MendiDag sedan
    • @Kubilay Mendi I am not mad at evs or try to be alpha. Evs have a lot of problems in winter time. Just expensive toys. And infrastructure is not done for them. Stay calm, progressive pleb ;)

      MikeLMikeL2 dagar sedan
    • @MikeL you’re trying so hard to look alpha when you’re just a beta person. Stay mad at evs :)

      Kubilay MendiKubilay Mendi2 dagar sedan
  • Delhi government will be using EV vehicle only very soon

    Tahiruz ZamanTahiruz Zaman4 dagar sedan
    • @Erga Ster still doesn't have renewable energy.

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    • Delhi is one of the places that needs it the most, I am glad to hear about this!

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  • Couple of things. 1. Norway had massive incentives for buying electric vehicles and it's a small country with well developed alternatives to cars. The upcoming ban on petrol vehicles did not cause 60% of people to buy an electric vehicle. 2. The comparison of an electric sedan on renewable energy power sources to an gasoline SUV is an ideal scenario. Most electricity is not renewable made meaning it will take much longer to see the benefits. Mining the material for the batteries destroys the environment and is largely unregulated. Battery disposal is also a problem. Finally, the batteries have a limited shelf life. Most current ones only last 8-10 years before they need to be replaced, regardless of mileage. The average vehicle lasts about 20 or more and the average vehicle age on the road in the US is 12 years. 3. Used cars have been exported to developing countries for decades. It's nothing new.

    Bo RandolphBo Randolph4 dagar sedan
  • You guys are going to miss the smell of gas when your car is getting gas.

    RalnyxRalnyx4 dagar sedan
  • Holy shit! Bill Gates? Thats enough to unsubscribe. The Afghanistan war Is for lithium. So just imagine the blood on the hands of Gates. Like he cares of climate change, he wants to monopolize Technology Thats all It Is...

    Maximiliano De HabsburgoMaximiliano De Habsburgo4 dagar sedan
  • 63% of the electricity in the US is made from fossil fuels!

    Steve HallSteve Hall4 dagar sedan
  • Let’s see what Porsche has to say.

    Game DolphinGame Dolphin4 dagar sedan
  • Ridiculous. There is no need to phase out internal combustion engine cars. It would be like thinking we all should live in condos. Condos are perfect for some people and their situations. But the same goes for Single family homes, or Townhomes, or Apartments. The one size fits all idea is ridiculous. The internal combustions can exist along with electric cars; they each have their place. Oh, and Bill Gates should be arrested.

    WendylcsWendylcs4 dagar sedan
  • Couldn't agree more. 👍🏻

    Kirandeep ChakrabortyKirandeep Chakraborty5 dagar sedan
  • bill gates

    365alby365alby5 dagar sedan
    • Bill gates

      Kubilay MendiKubilay Mendi3 dagar sedan
  • Australia will never go electric. It just can't. It's not convenient for me to ride it across the outback

    Speculations PerceivedSpeculations Perceived5 dagar sedan
    • So what youre saying is that an entire country cares if you feel like using a fossil fuel car?

      Kubilay MendiKubilay Mendi3 dagar sedan
  • I think we should mainly concentrate on the remaining 84% first and in case of transportation, we should make ecological friendly cars more affordable to the average Joe and save the entire remaining fuel on supercars and motorcycles only, so we can still have V12 sounds for hundreds of years, because we got rid of the majority of oil-consuming energy sources in all the other areas.

    K-Man SportsK-Man Sports5 dagar sedan
  • I know that electricity that you power your EV with is no polluting but the way it was generated, is. So if you compare greenhouse footprint of the two, (EV and Combustion engine) you have to add the footprint that the powerplant had on the atmosphere to constantly recharge the car. You also have to take into consideration battery lifetime and the recycling footprint and new battery as well. Then the comparison will be fair. Phasing out Petrol/Diesel engines will create a huge spike in electricity production, which will just move the emissions from transportation to powerplants. Of course, the powerplants are much more efficient than internal combustion engines but still, you cannot say that once the EV car is produced it doesnt have any impact whatsoever.

    Tomasz PrzeorTomasz Przeor5 dagar sedan
  • Don't get me wrong, I'm all for EVs, but wouldn't the carbon footprint of EVs after production vary greatly based on where that electricity is coming from, whether it's clean or dirty energy?

    Alex Van de RietAlex Van de Riet5 dagar sedan
  • "This video was created in partnership with Bill Gates" Into the trash it goes

    Jesper B.Jesper B.5 dagar sedan
  • The last thing I think in my day to day life is global warming.

    Den TchasDen Tchas5 dagar sedan
  • It's absolutely wrong to consider that all EV's will be charged with electricity coming from renewable energy sources. That's simply not true since the vast majority of that electricity will come from oil, coal or gas plants (currently roughly a 10% of energy consumption comes from renewables), so the example shown in the video is pretty far away from reality.

    blackspirit94blackspirit945 dagar sedan
  • Your toyata Corolla... 10 years later: the new electric Toyota Corolla coming and it's environment friendly!!

    md helal Uddinmd helal Uddin5 dagar sedan
  • Will we have enaugh materials to make that much batteries?

    Gintaras64Gintaras645 dagar sedan
  • There is no climate crisis

    Dylan CollinsDylan Collins5 dagar sedan
    • Yes it is. It's nature's cycle.

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  • Electric cars are barely better than ICE cars wrt emissions, and don't even attempt to solve any of the other issues caused by cars. What we actually need is to start building cities which don't require, and actively discourage people from owning and using cars.

    mondoman712mondoman7125 dagar sedan
  • Most the world: we will eliminate oil and diesel The Middle East: *our job here is done then goodbye*

    That Typical Electro BoltThat Typical Electro Bolt5 dagar sedan
  • As someone who has lived in Italy and currently along the border with Mexico; People who barely make ends meets are going to be expected to buy a brand new Tesla? Okay.

    Hector CruzHector Cruz5 dagar sedan
    • Gonna need some more stimulus checks! Cash for clunkers, anyone?

      John MolokoJohn MolokoDag sedan
    • But think how good the rich people will feel

      X3CX3C2 dagar sedan
  • EV's are definitely leaving a smaller carbon footprint IF they are powered by 100% renewable energy. Unfortunately my Leaf needs to charge with electricity made by burning oil&gas or coal in Canada. Hopefully that will soon change.

    Kristian VassilevKristian Vassilev5 dagar sedan
  • yeah, electric cars powered by fossil energy power plants. Good. Non recyclable batteries when they die. Good. Really hope there will be progress in those fields, just switch to EV is not enough.

    ..5 dagar sedan
  • I'll wait until an electric car can do London to Edinburgh and back again on a single charge.

    Sean SuttonSean Sutton5 dagar sedan
  • intensives to scrap cars, only requires you to make new ones, thus making more pollution during production Remember, Recycle, Reduce, REUSES

    sirnik84sirnik845 dagar sedan
  • Just curious, you stated that "over time" the internal combustion car pollutes more. What are the lifespan of an EV? I've got 480,000 miles on my car 36yo car I drive daily. Would an EV go that far? at what point do you "reset" the EV an have to make that manufacturing pollution all over again? because I plan on driving my car forever. I know I'm the exception to the rule.

    sirnik84sirnik845 dagar sedan
    • There‘s a EV in Europe that has run almost a million miles. (And many EV taxis in the netherlands beyond 300‘000miles)

      P. ZellerP. Zeller5 dagar sedan
  • Blah blah blah. It will never happen! Climate change freaks

    David ReynoldsDavid Reynolds5 dagar sedan
  • Brazil with Ethanol powered chariots: MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHHAHA more 100hp pls

    GlockMatGlockMat5 dagar sedan
  • Meanwhile in Malaysia: EV? What's that? I just want that Honda e man...

    amonreiamonrei5 dagar sedan
  • I think the big question about this is the way in which power is generated. What is the use of the all-electric car fleet when electricity is generated from coal or diesel?

    Joao PauloJoao Paulo5 dagar sedan
  • The real solution is to massively reduce our dependence on cars, especially in cities where it is feasible to have quality public transportation, and whatever remaining cars r there should be electric

    Melvin MathewMelvin Mathew5 dagar sedan
    • Cars are needed for essentially everything. The transition into electric vehicles will take at least another 40 or so years. Not everyone is willing to take public transport.

      RyanRyan2 dagar sedan
  • Fuck bill gates

    FlyinRaptorJesusFlyinRaptorJesus5 dagar sedan
  • The recent cold spell proved your wrong

    Kenneth JinkinsKenneth Jinkins5 dagar sedan
  • Electric cars is a nice, and awesome experience to drive. Yet if you live in a country where Winter or snow is a yearly occurrence, maybe the plugin hybrid vehicles are a better buy. This winter in my country has convinced me that pure electric cars still have kinks to iron out. Very expensive winter tires, not to mention traction is bad in winter weather on unsalted roads. Much much worse than any conventional car. Not to mention i have to charge the car all the time, like all the time. Battery gets cold and losses charge capacity until it get's warm again. I do not have a garage, so it stands parked out in the open. Not to mention i live in an apartment, and sitting 2-3 hours waiting for a full charge at a gas station is absolutely maddening. All my talking points are considered out from the BMW i3. There are better EV's out there. EV's are awesome, but they do have their limitations depending on where you are.

    BoatLoadsofDopeBoatLoadsofDope5 dagar sedan
  • It's ridiculous, why are them motivating people to use EVs only now ❓ The whole 20 century would have been driven by EVs, just if these bilionaries and governments have fought against petrol business. We should have been sitting under electric cars for over a hundred years...

    Jei WilberJei Wilber5 dagar sedan
  • We need more electric vehicles and yes the price also has to become low enough for basic models to be available everywhere. Shipping and Trucks will probably never be able to go electric. Planes? Same issue! But some people are saying, if we can less plane travel by better high speed rail connections... there you go. Personally, I am far off, money wise. To get my hands on an electric car. It it is just out of my reach. But maybe one day if progress keeps happening I might get a small cute little limited range car. I don't need 400km. I would be happy with 100KM+ with fast charge options.

    Masticina AkictaMasticina Akicta5 dagar sedan
  • There isn't enough resources to make the worlds cars electric. Rare earths really are rare.

    The Atomic ReverendThe Atomic Reverend6 dagar sedan
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