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accepted Did the US ban the Volkswagen XL1 for being too fuel efficient?
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comment Did the US ban the Volkswagen XL1 for being too fuel efficient?
I've updated the question to be as clear as possible about what I'm asking. I've also asked about why this question is being interpreted the way it is by some users, if anyone would like to chime in: meta.skeptics.stackexchange.com/q/2718/15311
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comment Did the US ban the Volkswagen XL1 for being too fuel efficient?
The word "because" is used in my summary of the article. My questions can be summarized as: "is it banned" and "if it is banned, what reasons if any were given by whoever banned it." I'm having a hard time understanding what hairs are being split here in my question's wording. Is there a meta post somewhere?
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comment Did the US ban the Volkswagen XL1 for being too fuel efficient?
I'm not asking about motivation anywhere. I'm not sure how this could possibly be off topic.
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comment Is sugar one element away from cocaine or any other drug?
A water molecule is one atom away from being hydrogen peroxide. I don't have a chemistry background, so I can't answer your question, but even if it was "one element away" that doesn't mean a whole lot. :)
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comment Do 95 percent of the world's ATMs use Windows XP?
@Alex there's nothing inherently wrong with using Windows on an ATM. Especially because it is likely Windows XP Embedded which is designed specifically for devices like ATMs.