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No, about 40 to 60% Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicles currently use 146 billion gallons of gasoline used each year annually. A gallon of gasoline represents about 33 kWh of energy. So all the ICE vehicles are burning about 4.8 million gigawatt-hours in their tanks. The US currently produces about 4.2 million GWh of electricity annually. The claim ...


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tl;dr: The claim is false. The claim is that there would need to be six times as much electric generation, but if all cars in 2019 had been electric, only 1.43 times (43%) more generation would have been needed to power them all. This was most likely within the capacity of the existing power system. Internal combustion engine vehicle (ICEV) statistics, 2019 ...


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No, because ordinary explosions do not cause significant earthquakes, and the earthquakes are occurring in places and at depths where tunnels are almost impossible to have been dug. First, we have extensive, public information about seismic activity across the United States, published by the U.S. Geological Survey and other non-federal entities. The U.S. is ...


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Greene most likely saw this claim being made by Yasha Levine, a writer for the The eXile. He writes: During the 1968 protests of the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, which drew about 10,000 protesters and was brutally crushed by the police, 1 out of 6 protesters was a federal undercover agent. That’s right, 1/6th of the total protesting population ...


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