Your comprehension is poor; read all my posts in the thread, then apprehend. In addition, your writing, sentence structure, and punctuation are horrendous. If you attended any formal education, ask for your money back. I am not on any side of your climate change; as stated, "It is your money; you worked for it, do what you want.""science" as you call it doesn't actually support your climate change narrative no where near as much as you claim it does. There isn't one single model that's accurately predicted any human involvement. What people like you do is conflate the obvious, like dumping toxic chemicals in a river is bad, with all sorts of unproven nonsense. The people using this issue to divide people are all on the left side of the spectrum. EV's aren't really the answer to climate change because the way it's presented it isn't real anyways. Also it's funny that I'm the one supposedly pushing an agenda when it's people like you running off about climate change in a car forum. I'm not the first person to bring that up in here. Perhaps if you learned to respect the beliefs of others they would respect yours as well. Until then you give what you get.
One example of toxic chemicals. An aircraft manufacturer sent me to Singapore (post-military career). The aircraft company used benzene by workers with rags to pull off the paint on a plane. No mask, no gloves, bare hands. Airplanes can not be painted with a new coat; you must remove all old paint, for the aircraft can not handle the weight. All the workers in the hangar are dead now; the fumes alone from benzene will kill you; I would not enter the hangar. They were unaware of the dangers or not concerned with the workers' health, and it took three days of interpreters to educate them about the risks. The device I was teaching them about was a simple laser connected to a vacuum removal with no toxic benzene. Do you think that they were disposing of the benzene appropriately? Do you want 30 more countries that still use benzene today?
Retired Lieutenant Navy Commander, United States Navy VP-16