Oh I like the idea of battery cars because it moves the pollution over to the factories making the electricity. What I don’t like is that we’re swapping oil drilling for mining in that mining is not objectively superior at first. What I _do like_ *theoretically* is that _apparently_ 95% of the metals are reclaimable and can be reused in new batteries. _so_ if there can theoretically be a point where mining can stop and all the metals needed are in a recycling pattern, then great. But I don’t know if they have those kinds of projections. I don’t look that deep into it.

Oh I like the idea of battery cars because it moves the pollution over to the factories making the electricity.
What I don’t like is that we’re swapping oil drilling for mining in that mining is not objectively superior at first.
What I _do like_ *theoretically* is that _apparently_ 95% of the metals are reclaimable and can be reused in new batteries.
_so_ if there can theoretically be a point where mining can stop and all the metals needed are in a recycling pattern, then great.
But I don’t know if they have those kinds of projections. I don’t look that deep into it.
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