Top Post Dawg
- Nov 18, 2001
- Coastal Empire
- Daughter's: 2004 NB TDI PD GLS DSG (gone to pasture)
There are more measures that need to be included, including economics, land use stats, and the fact that current acceleration is not going to be a continuous "fact" so yes, cherries ripe for picking with "current, limited stats."Explain how that's cherry picking. Your concern was over clean electricity generation for EVs. Point is we're ADDING clean energy FASTER than we're adding EVs...
Wind and Solar growth is VASTLY outpacing EV growth and is likely to continue to do that indefinitely since more EVs make it easier to add more wind and solar. It's a virtuous cycle.
The books written about statistics as they are applied to real life are a good start.