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Old 06-27-2022, 01:12 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Hybrids for all and plug in hybrids with like a 10kwh battery for the people who want to think they are being extra green.

I figured they were going with best case scenario economy.
About 2 ton of CO2 per year for a gasoline burning car is very optimistic, only if you include tiny diesel cars you can't buy in the US. If you only count 40mpg cars driven the standard 12,000 miles per year and each gallon of gasoline produces 20lb of CO2, should be 3 tons per year. IMO a built in trap for any math illiterate that tries to challenge their numbers.
I was wating for someone to ask where did you find that and lead them right into a red pill trap, but can't do that now. The chart was also made for people who would argue "but my 1980 diesel car gets 60mpg" and "so your chart is wrong".
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