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jakk

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    Honduras

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    Buccaneer
  • Boat Name
    Last Boat Tronco Negro
  • Boat Location
    Panama

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  5. With that crazy logic thinking a 600% increase in the number you guessed at, then 600% above of the real number would also be in 'The Ballpark' say around 42% of boats on the canal are widebeam. Even when presented with facts some people try and twist them because they can not admit they were wrong, just like Trump.
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  7. Why is it only people with narrow boats complaining about difficulty passing widebeams? Do widebeams never pass each other? If so how do they manage it without having to post on forums? Asking for a friend ? I agree some people are very inconsiderate when mooring but that is a separate subject. Perhaps some canal banks need to have narrow beam only mooring or only widebeam mooring sections? (widebeam sections only to not use up that space with narrow beams when there are other suitable sections close by) I'll get the popcorn ready.
  8. Is that a feeler gauge? Asking for a friend ??
  9. Most branches of the family tree died at though. I also read that at one time they believe that homo sapiens or a close ancestor got down to just a few thousand in numbers.
  10. I would pay to watch that splicing. ? Some of those chargers are at 400-800 volts.
  11. I am saying think about what you are reading.
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  14. It is an article quoting a study paid for by an automobile group and not published in any scientific paper. There are already articles debunking the study, go figure. The first thing I do when reading any article is look for a bias or lack of checking on the part of the author. Most just want clicks and accuracy is not a big part of journalism these days sadly. https://electrek.co/2019/04/22/study-electric-cars-dirtier-diesel-debunked/ When more batteries are recycled the CO2 will be further reduced.
  15. Some vehicles may never be able to charge in the street and will have to use charge points. But charging time will improve. Perhaps some will charge via wireless underground charge points. It will take time to find the best systems. Batteries can be recycled. Also some car manufactures are planning to put used car batteries into grid storage so get more life out of them before recycling.
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