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SCINTILLAM DEI
SCINTILLAM DEI Prieš 5 val
I majored in Spanish to improve my Spanish when I originally wanted to learn Mongol which they did not offer. Now I teach English in Scambodia where a Pakistani drug addict appeared two years later and immediately got a higher salary just 'cause he majored in English... even though my English soars above his. Ability is what should count, not some stupid paper, but that was just a pretext from my Asian boss to not pay me fairly. I get paid 250 a month (before the flu exaggeration hysteria made schools go to sleep). I could have learned Spanish much faster if I just looked into it online practically for free, but I had to go the conventional tedious route of getting scammed, although it was my parents' idea, and I went along with it 'cause I didn't have a job at the time, so I figured why not study more if it means more money later. PFF I should have taken my life more seriously. It's not what you know in this life, but WHO you know, in many cases. Schools are businesses and indoctrination centers into materialism (atheism and feminazi nonsense and other liberal shit). One of my professors was a Catalan homosexual who put on gay porn in class at Florida International University. I walked out of that class, and others followed my example, I would later learn.
Aalhad Bapat
Aalhad Bapat Prieš 5 val
Calling Singapore a country
xian wu
xian wu Prieš 5 val
In Hangzhou, China, we are encourage to have the vaccine with low price. Like $15.
voytron1
voytron1 Prieš 5 val
whos going to help me
Devon Dorr
Devon Dorr Prieš 5 val
As a Chinese, I watch Wendover Productions' channel for national news. Although at this point Covid19 almost felt forgotten accross the country that most news regarding Chinese vaccines aren't even getting coverage.
ZygiNY
ZygiNY Prieš 6 val
“Should the government incentivize EVs...?” You mean should the government coerce private companies to go with the EV bs? If we only had the infrastructure for EVs, we would all be driving EVs while forgoing fossil fuels in the process, right? Wrong. The world has gone mad.
kl
kl Prieš 6 val
Did you mention that the mRNA vaccines were made possible by the sequence information of the virus shared by the Chinese scientists early on?
Charlie
Charlie Prieš 6 val
Do a video on the Murray darling water system. It’s interesting and because of dodgy fuck ups from the national party it is getting wrecked
Michael Zhang
Michael Zhang Prieš 6 val
Hahahah western supremacy at its highest level. No we didnt break the recycling system around the world. We fixed it. Now Americans and Australians can really reduce their waste and really start the sustainable development they cry for. For years China has been criticized for its pollutions and unenvironmental friendly behaviors, yet our first step to fix that is labled as "breaking" the system. Just shows how selfish and self centered you twats are.
naisheng he
naisheng he Prieš 6 val
The United States is the most disgusting guy in the world, often waging war, terrible
jemi MY
jemi MY Prieš 6 val
Wow. .i impressed with thailand which have this vessel.. good job guys.. From your neighbour Malaysia
Pierre Films
Pierre Films Prieš 7 val
What a great video.
True Anarchy
True Anarchy Prieš 7 val
All shut down over a LIE
joshua miranda
joshua miranda Prieš 7 val
Larger population more control cheap labor force
Eric Lotze
Eric Lotze Prieš 7 val
17:40 Private Utilities and Toll Roads have entered the chat
Harits Arrazi
Harits Arrazi Prieš 7 val
How about people with no garage in their home(apartment for example)? with land becoming more and more expensive, and there is lots of people that can't do home charging, electric cars seems to be less and less hot.
Erich B
Erich B Prieš 7 val
I wish this video touched on a more significant global problem that the USA is a primary contributor to: making healthcare a profit-based commodity. These new MRNA vaccines are slowly being distributed while people are overdosing, committing suicide, suffering from isolation because of this structure of profit attached to health. If profit were removed from the scope of health, the MRNA vaccines methods of manufacture could be globally shared as soon as testing was completed and manufacturing could be completed by any country willing/able to take it on. I don't see anyone talking about this, and it's UGLY.
for river
for river Prieš 7 val
it's fair. and it's trade. I give you money. you give me mineral.people have opportunity to work. country have Infrastruction. you should understand. free is the most expensive. that's what we developed.
Tommii Zeng
Tommii Zeng Prieš 8 val
The tone he talked through this video is just so uncomfortable...
Jack Xue
Jack Xue Prieš 8 val
This is just really shallow, all is from economic or political perspective, not everyone can afford air travel, especially for those who live in rural areas. The train is not profitable but at least it gives those people opportunities/make it easier for them to go to more developed areas for a better life
lombardy poplar
lombardy poplar Prieš 8 val
The China Virus made in a lab in wuhan.
Avik Saha
Avik Saha Prieš 8 val
So if US allied with supply source of raw product , china poker face
VYKNIGHT
VYKNIGHT Prieš 8 val
China not being able to test out their own vaccines is suffering from success lmao
Cool Trains In Montreal
Cool Trains In Montreal Prieš 8 val
Casino was supposed to be a joint Canada China effort to find a vaccine, it fell apart somehow and China took whatever research there was and made a subpar vaccine with it.
Nobody else but me
Nobody else but me Prieš 8 val
And all for a massive hoax. The largest hoax in human history. BUT the oligarchs got richer. Always remember that.
True Anarchy
True Anarchy Prieš 7 val
Thank you for not being a sheeple.
Aku2Dimensional
Aku2Dimensional Prieš 9 val
EV's currently are like a candle versus a light bulb when compared to petrol cars. They can't do everything that a light bulb can do a thousand times better, but they can do a few things that light bulbs can not. My main complaint about EV's are battery technology and charging however not so much about the infrastructure, with the battery tech now and within the next ten years they can never compete with the efficiency of a petrol motor; as in get-in, drive, arrive. In short the concept is half baked on a sunny California day. In 15-20 years time I imagine every common car will be electric, very few petrol ones will be driven just like the way classic cars are compared to modern cars. They used to be the current technology at the time until a fuel crisis, and 10 years after that EFI was the new standard. History sort of repeats itself, charging and batteries may be the issue today but in 10 years petrol cars needing alternative fuel to run will be the next. EV's are coming soon but certainly not at this moment, so personally I would like to see more flex-fuel and factory E-85 modifications to add onto petrol-only cars. Hybrids are a thing of the past but I would like to see more of those and Hydrogen motors while EV's bake a little longer.
facebook.com
facebook.com Prieš 9 val
Fourteen minutes and 11 seconds to say: The Lights of Las Vegas Aren’t Lit by Winners.
Manish Patel
Manish Patel Prieš 9 val
I suggest to you my friend use proper map of india.
Theodore Olson
Theodore Olson Prieš 9 val
I don't think the Chinese people will be concerned about the delay in vaccinating the Chinese public because they likely won't know about it.
Stranger
Stranger Prieš 9 val
CHINA = FAKE
mooky1568
mooky1568 Prieš 9 val
says china lied and hid data about the effectiveness of its vaccines and that they didn't get the results they needed in phase 3 testing and then goes on to talk about how china then sent out its vaccines to these developmentally stunted countries to use them as guinea pigs to see how effective the vaccines could be. how do you present china positively under these circumstances?
Earnest Williams
Earnest Williams Prieš 10 val
This video thoroughly demonstrates how out of touch and US-centric your world view really is. The near-complete whitewashing of China's horrific and criminal handling of this pandemic, to the extent of effectively being responsible for it, is disgusting. The fact that you ignore the reality of, eg, Hungary, where people are leaving the country to buy non-Chinese vaccines because nobody trusts the Chinese vaccine ... This whole video is you unsuccessfully trying to pretend that you are being critical of China, when you are very obviously trumpeting China and wanting to shift public opinion in their favour. Grotesque.
Isaac A
Isaac A Prieš 10 val
1:11 cybertruck? :D
eioshen boboi
eioshen boboi Prieš 10 val
@15:25 "This is not a brothel. There are no prostitutes at this address." I wish I could say the same.
sxli3340
sxli3340 Prieš 10 val
look at those sad briton's look jsj
Zelalem Tekeletsadik
Zelalem Tekeletsadik Prieš 10 val
Egypt use the colonials time agreement to use 100% of the water which Ethiopia is not part of. Ethiopians use this dam to generate hydroelectric and the water will still flow after running the turbine.
Barry Schmidt
Barry Schmidt Prieš 11 val
Uh that's the Domino Effect, not the Butterfly Effect.
Cindy Brown
Cindy Brown Prieš 11 val
too bad hahaha
googleyoutubechannel
googleyoutubechannel Prieš 11 val
There are no 'magic' numbers, and consumer surveys don't reflect the real dynamics of a market. Ask ICE engine owners if they'd like to fuel up at home overnight etc.
melonbobful
melonbobful Prieš 11 val
Does any nation on earth have anywhere near the installed capacity in their electrical grids in order to feed all these mega kilowatt chargers? Then we have the grid transmission capacity to sort too.
Eduardo Colonetti
Eduardo Colonetti Prieš 11 val
Those Chinese vacines end up having some side effects though
melonbobful
melonbobful Prieš 11 val
I want to install a dummy electic car charging socket in my Petrol car just so I can park in electric car charging carparks.
Capt Dave C
Capt Dave C Prieš 11 val
The cruise lines should remain shut down until the Trump-supporting, Republican CEO'S are removed! These companies have been exploiting enployees, nickel-and-diming passengers and evading US Federal taxes long enough. Guys like Frank Del Rio and Richard Fain should be thrown into prison! These guys earned more money during the shut down; while crew members and sub-management employees took pay cuts and/or were laid off.
kevin peter Limheya
kevin peter Limheya Prieš 11 val
Well china wants to really have an urge to be seen as good by other countries
Radio Bro
Radio Bro Prieš 12 val
I wish I had more hands so I could give this video 4 thumbs down. Giving China any positive credit for suppressing the virus, flattening the curve or any other advancement made during this pandemic is just fake news. It's well known that China manipulated numbers/statistics. The graphs shown in this video are misleading. Wendover is drinking China kool-aide.
Mohan Kannaujiya
Mohan Kannaujiya Prieš 12 val
So many of crew are jobless now very tough time for them CDC should make new guidelines to resume the cruise industry and boost the economy
Hugh Venter
Hugh Venter Prieš 12 val
Are we going to ignore China, making fake islands in the South China Sea and literally buying Australia. Meanwhile the world and especially the United Nations does absolutely nothing in the slightest.
Rapid Thrash
Rapid Thrash Prieš 12 val
I am curious as to how this documentary has affected the island's attention. Ever since I viewed this video, I have been obsessed with St. Helena and even living there.
Anupam Goswami
Anupam Goswami Prieš 12 val
Youkkkkkkklkkkkkkkklklikukuiuikuikuuuuukikuiukuukukiuikuk was a good day I was going to pick up up a few hundred and sixty rupees rupees and forty rupees
hotbam37
hotbam37 Prieš 12 val
I don't think I will ever want to buy an EV.
JIMMY
JIMMY Prieš 12 val
This video is so political.idiot producers.
Jocelyn Valdez
Jocelyn Valdez Prieš 12 val
🌹 🌹 🌹 God bless China any country on earth who is working on becoming more prosperous and useful to make the world a better place for people worldwide. God bless and protect this beautiful planet. 🌹 🌹 🌹 🌹 🌹 🌹 🌹 💐 💐 💐 💐 💐 💐 💐 💐 💐 💐
Fin .Reilly
Fin .Reilly Prieš 12 val
These videos are utter nonsense. Most I've watched have outrageous stats and facts that are a million miles off the truth
Boosted GT
Boosted GT Prieš 12 val
Clearly CCP funded video
Dardenelle Green
Dardenelle Green Prieš 13 val
The entire American healthcare system is a pyramid scheme. A giant parasitical apparatus set up by fat cat billionaires set up to milk every last dime out of sick and dying people.
Resident Bye Don
Resident Bye Don Prieš 13 val
My step daughter couldnt wait for us to do it the right way and now she is crossing from mexico. She flew from ecuador. It's ridiculous. Its bidens fault.
GARY MCCANN
GARY MCCANN Prieš 13 val
The cruse industry need to sue their government's and China. The moronic governments are at fault. I am so pissed. The governments used the CCP19 for a power grab not caring about the lives they destroy!!!!
Zicheng Long
Zicheng Long Prieš 13 val
I feel like a similar situation can be applied to just about everything that can be considered a public infrastructure… Public infrastructure almost inherently will make losses somewhere, and thus not align with the goal of a private company. Unless if some company can come up with a revolutionary new technology that can provide that service at a drastically reduced rate or something, that is.
L R G
L R G Prieš 14 val
The average consumer drives less than 40 miles a day. Therefore, the short-term solution is to produce plug-in hybrids equipped with a 45-50-mile battery. This configuration is relatively quick to recharge, and eliminates range anxiety, particularly when you need to make a long distance trip. It's also way cheaper to produce, and reduces battery availability bottlenecks. Why build on 240-mile range BEV when you can produce 5 plug-in hybrids with the same cells? Apparently many manufacturers haven't figured this out yet. Oh wait, BMW has! Check out its 2021 product line.
unclepatrick2
unclepatrick2 Prieš 14 val
Even though the industry has all this money, they still tried to convince the US Congress to help them out. Congress informed the Industry that they would be happy to help any US ships . None of the Ship are based in the US. If they were , they have to obey US labor laws . And no Cruise Company could afford to stay in business . So the US Government told them to talk to the governments of the Home Ports of the ships .
brendon rookes
brendon rookes Prieš 14 val
its a global goverment take over covid is just to keep the ppl in check
Daniel
Daniel Prieš 14 val
Next do a video on how the virus originated and escaped their Wuhan lab?
Matthew Crawford
Matthew Crawford Prieš 14 val
It disappoints me that you express no skepticism in the official numbers of infections and deaths coming out of china.
Benjamen Babcock
Benjamen Babcock Prieš 14 val
It's amazing that these mfs are registered in Panama, treat their workers terribly, have billions in rainy day money, and still have the gall to ask for bailout from the us.
Shane Humphrey
Shane Humphrey Prieš 14 val
It should be shutdown as well as air travel
pigboykool
pigboykool Prieš 14 val
Beside the slow charge time & super expensive cost of charging station, there is also an issue with the lack of capacity of America electric grid & infrastructure to handle a large amount of EV cars charging the same time. EV car is NOT a good replacement of the current combustion engine vehicle. Things may change once Fuel Cell or SSD battery technology made a breakthrough in the future.
RogerWilco
RogerWilco Prieš 14 val
Why are 27 independent countries in the EU better able to coordinate and set policy than thee 50 states in the one country that is the USA? US politics is broken, and the first-past-the-post election systems are the biggest source. Too many things in the US is delegated to local governments, so the state and federal government can avoid blame for their failures.
Baby Ohana
Baby Ohana Prieš 14 val
No vaccine no cruise
True Anarchy
True Anarchy Prieš 7 val
said the sheep. If they told you to board the boxcar you'd board the boxcar.
darkwoodmovies
darkwoodmovies Prieš 14 val
This also doesn't help dispel the rumors that they invented the virus in a lab. I don't think they did, but come on... the virus emerges, suddenly China has it under control, and now they start selling and "donating" supplies and vaccines to other countries. Can you get any more sus?
Agent Milton
Agent Milton Prieš 14 val
I disagree with all attempts to make trucking hands free and all that electric crap. It's fine how it is now, if we keep going soon we'll be making clones of ourselves so we don't have to get out of bed. We're becoming a lazy world, instead of making everything controlled by robots just get off your ass and go to fucking work. I hate this electric stuff.
darkwoodmovies
darkwoodmovies Prieš 14 val
Oh, China... this is why they're still #2 and probably won't be #1 for a long time.
Liberty Channel
Liberty Channel Prieš 14 val
The entire aim of the pandemic is to inject the world's population with God knows what and give every man, woman and child a bio-digital ID. SNAP! We've all been had!
مكافحة زحل
مكافحة زحل Prieš 14 val
Vaccine doesn’t prevent spread it just reduces symptoms.
Donald Selman
Donald Selman Prieš 14 val
You need to do research and quit regurgitating the propaganda. The Artic ice melts in the summer with temperatures in the 80's and even 90's.. Then in winter the ice returns. Is that too difficult for you to understand? On average it is close to the same We have weather cycles impacted by solar radiation and cosmic radiation. Starting in 2015 we started to enter the Eddy Minimum. The truth is we are going to have serious cold weather and erratic springs and falls. Food production, energy, and transportation all will be impacted. View Tony Heller's LTlost channel and Thunderbolts Project channel if you want to get at the real truth and not the lies the government and the pseudoscience put out by the so called experts. I repeat you should not be spouting lies that you could have easily researched.
Wyona Magee
Wyona Magee Prieš 15 val
Wake up world and see how this virus is being used it is not nearly as deadly as they are telling us And is being used to destroy businesses and the middle income the deep state is using the virus in their efforts to usher in their NWO. more people have died from taking the poisonous vaccine then those who have died from the virus. The MSM is complicit in this hoax and they are spreading fear and destroying economies world wide.
Warren Withers
Warren Withers Prieš 15 val
I appreciate all the math here, but all this assumes that everyone wakes up every day and drives 600 miles. I’m pretty sure 95% of days, 95%+ of us don’t stray more than 100 miles from home, and return home and plug in and are fully charged the next day. (Btw, I get it, a few of us do just that, and some don’t have access to home charging, so buy a gas car). Which means that the good old Chevy Bolt (my car, btw very cheaply available used or on lease,and a total blast to drive) has plenty of range. I’ve owned mine for 2 years and have used a DC fast charger twice in 21,000 miles of driving. And (as someone smartly mentioned) how much does a gas station cost to install? And whatever that number is it does not account for the externalized cost (environmental degradation, etc). These sort of “too clever” explainers are all over, and don’t mean to be rude, but they all will age poorly over time as we continue to innovate. Like all the “windmills only work when the wind blows and we will Never figure out how to capture and use their energy so let’s keep burning coal..etc etc”.
ang or
ang or Prieš 15 val
Mexico is constructing a system of railroads to connect the Pacific and Atlantic in the isthmus of Tehuantepec
Camilo Panzera
Camilo Panzera Prieš 15 val
É galera, a gente tá mal visto pra p*rra, que vergonha ksksksk.
Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Pyotr Tchaikovsky Prieš 15 val
thats the shift, american coperations invested in china.now china is investing in africa. and folks do no be alarmed in the future when africa will be labeled the biggest economy in the history of human civilization. africa is indeed the future
mcamara488
mcamara488 Prieš 15 val
Thank you