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October 28, 2021, 10:01:47 PM

A moment of silence for all the suckers who bought Shiba Inu at the top.



A doge wannabe shitcoin with zero value, no liquidity, and 549,095,509,738,353 circulating supply?

What's not to love?
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October 28, 2021, 10:05:16 PM

Too bad the New Wealthy Gentlemen Elite thread is closed.

Feels like bitcoiners (and some crypto people) are assuredly about to become the new financial overlords.

Not sure if you're ready, but its happening.
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October 28, 2021, 10:11:16 PM

A moment of silence for all the suckers who bought Shiba Inu at the top.

A doge wannabe shitcoin with zero value, no liquidity, and 549,095,509,738,353 circulating supply?
What's not to love?
I'm sure shiba inu will still go up ahead of listing on robinhood, there's still a 100% increase potential but I'm not sure if shiba will touch the price of 0.01 dollars.
the attention of traders is currently busy on shiba coins, save your shiba strong before regretting friends
That is the most it can ever reach according to it's creator in the whitepaper.
Imagine all it took was a picture from Elon showing his puppy of this kind of dog on his twitter feed to get it all going:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5367854

A brand new puppy dog pic so to pump up his own clone of it and call it Floki Inu. Cheesy
That's where the love is going to all the memes of the world.
A shot in London.

https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/currencies/floki-cryptocurrency-elon-musk-dog-meme-token-shiba-inu-doge-2021-10
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October 28, 2021, 10:29:47 PM
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as well as everyone else in the same boat. cuz waiting for a charge at some charging station miles away from home just aint gonna happen.

And, of course, having a driveway of your own you can charge in is far from the rule in any case. A rarity in many cities.

never thought of those who only have on street parking. cables snaking everywhere.. not

i just cant see the existing power grid is gonna handle double (?) the power when everything (heat/transport) is electric.

now i do like electric stuff; i have a battery powered chainsaw, trimmer and week wacker for light yard stuff (with gas chainsaws and weedwacker for heavier stuff) and i love the near zero maintenance that electrics have. but once nearly all consumer stuff is electric.. is our grid gonna hold? no one seems to talk about that? or is our grid actually capable now and im worrying about nothing?

... it's a lot. Average personal EV annual use is estimated at ~ 4,000 kWh, average household annual electric use is well-known at ~ 10,000 kWh ... so not including commercial conversions.

Basically the whole electric grid needs to be scaled up by 50%, probably more including commercial transportation conversions.

So that's 50% more or bigger suburban transformers, copper cables, substations, transmission lines, power pylons and generation capacity (power stations) ... basic law of physics says more flow (joules)=bigger pipes(amps), so just the total copper volume alone will need to be increased by 50% of currently installed volume of copper in cabling, at least ... transformers, etc is additional.

It's okay if one or two houses on a block have EV's (those houses may need internal wiring upgrades also) ... anymore than that on the block then you're needing to upgrade local infrastructure, transformers, cables, etc, since every 10 EVs on the block is like another 4 new houses equivalent demand ... on an already full block with matched infrastructure capacity to demand
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October 28, 2021, 10:40:21 PM

now i do like electric stuff; i have a battery powered chainsaw, trimmer and week wacker for light yard stuff (with gas chainsaws and weedwacker for heavier stuff) and i love the near zero maintenance that electrics have. but once nearly all consumer stuff is electric.. is our grid gonna hold? no one seems to talk about that? or is our grid actually capable now and im worrying about nothing?

Most new consumer items probably won't tax the grid too much extra since we already have heavy hitters like AC (though California certainly ain't going to get ahead of the game and will just suck more). Electric cars are quite another step however. Probably the aim is that you'll just give up and use public transport; have nothing and be happy.

On chainsaws, I have an electric chainsaw. Unfortunately the chain gear was plastic and stripped and even though it's not that old, it's a "discontinued" item. It's that kind of crap where a real environmental difference could be made. I bought a rechargeable to replace it. It did the job but was overwhelmingly disappointing, even at 40V. I have a gas one in parts, it was got by the ethanol gas.
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October 28, 2021, 10:41:52 PM

as well as everyone else in the same boat. cuz waiting for a charge at some charging station miles away from home just aint gonna happen.

And, of course, having a driveway of your own you can charge in is far from the rule in any case. A rarity in many cities.

never thought of those who only have on street parking. cables snaking everywhere.. not

i just cant see the existing power grid is gonna handle double (?) the power when everything (heat/transport) is electric.

now i do like electric stuff; i have a battery powered chainsaw, trimmer and week wacker for light yard stuff (with gas chainsaws and weedwacker for heavier stuff) and i love the near zero maintenance that electrics have. but once nearly all consumer stuff is electric.. is our grid gonna hold? no one seems to talk about that? or is our grid actually capable now and im worrying about nothing?

... it's a lot. Average personal EV annual use is estimated at ~ 4,000 kWh, average household annual electric use is well-known at ~ 10,000 kWh ... so not including commercial conversions.

Basically the whole electric grid needs to be scaled up by 50%, probably more including commercial transportation conversions.

So that's 50% more or bigger suburban transformers, copper cables, substations, transmission lines, power pylons and generation capacity (power stations) ... basic law of physics says more flow (joules)=bigger pipes(amps), so just the total copper volume alone will need to be increased by 50% of currently installed volume of copper in cabling, at least ... transformers, etc is additional.

It's okay if one or two houses on a block have EV's (those houses may need internal wiring upgrades also) ... anymore than that on the block then you're needing to upgrade local infrastructure, transformers, cables, etc, since every 3 EVs on the block is another 1.2 houses equivalent demand ... on an already full block with matched infrastructure capacity to demand

It's ok. Biden's Build Back Better plan pays for none of that.
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October 28, 2021, 10:49:39 PM

Who says we need Wires? Or in general the Traditional way of producing/transporting Energy? Thats a thing of the Edison past.

Theres so many ways .

We dont need investors anymore. Its going to happen with or without them , they can keep their control-thirsty money Smiley.

Just like BTC


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October 28, 2021, 10:52:17 PM

It's okay if one or two houses on a block have EV's (those houses may need internal wiring upgrades also) ... anymore than that on the block then you're needing to upgrade local infrastructure, transformers, cables, etc, since every 10 EVs on the block is like another 4 new houses equivalent demand ... on an already full block with matched infrastructure capacity to demand

It's important to note the timings of the load too. EVs are going to be charged at night and most heavily in the period from 6pmish to 12amish which is a)when a lot of other load is already expected and b)likely to lead to complicated centrally controlled charging schedules (Look forward to waking to not enough charge for the day).

(Edit: I don't think that's a valid way to use the a,b thing but I'm gonna leave it).
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October 28, 2021, 11:01:24 PM


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October 28, 2021, 11:14:11 PM

... here's the trick, you buy the latest and greatest Smug_Mobile EV 2000 to virtue signal your green status

... then you put a 50 kW diesel genset in your backyard (with solar, wind, micro-hydro, basement lab cold fusion, etc if it works for ya) and grid-tie inverter, maybe some batteries, to keep yourself insulated from the socialist madness that's about to swamp the power/energy systems in the next decade


... or get a big cummins diesel pick-up truck that has electric power take off Wink and run over people with their faces glued to the motorway
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October 28, 2021, 11:19:33 PM

... here's the trick, you buy the latest and greatest Smug_mobile 2000 to virtue signal your green status

... then you put a 50 kW diesel genset in your backyard (with solar, wind, micro-hydro, basement lab cold fusion, etc if it works for ya) and grid-tie inverter, maybe some batteries, to keep yourself insulated from the socialist madness that's about to swamp the power system in the next decade


... or get a big cummins diesel pick-up truck that has electric power take off Wink and run over people with their faces glued to the motorway

Yes, the latter really happened. Crazy, but true.

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October 29, 2021, 12:08:34 AM
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Too bad the New Wealthy Gentlemen Elite thread is closed.

Feels like bitcoiners (and some crypto people) are assuredly about to become the new financial overlords.

Not sure if you're ready, but its happening.



Edit....Oh bollocks...Can't be arsed to fix that edit fubar at the top, in case y'all noticed (I know, you did now... lol)



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October 29, 2021, 12:12:06 AM

Birth of the Hats was a special thing….

The start was with my RL bull and Bear Hats on a holiday, then I think Hairymaclairy posted something and xhomerx10 made him a bull hat of his own…..

These where awesome times at the WALL

Yes and the return of CHARTBUDDY was massive

No it wasn't.
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Birth of the Hats was a special thing….

The start was with my RL bull and Bear Hats on a holiday, then I think Hairymaclairy posted something and xhomerx10 made him a bull hat of his own…..

These where awesome times at the WALL

Yes and the return of CHARTBUDDY was massive

No it wasn't.

Yes it is
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October 29, 2021, 12:28:52 AM

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Yes and the return of CHARTBUDDY was massive

No it wasn't.

Oh come on Arrie!  Show buddy some love!    (I know bro... He bugs the shit outta you...  lol)
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October 29, 2021, 12:31:06 AM

🏝 we are da bitcoin bwwoiss! we all gonna make it! now we can go to hundred k hundred k hundred k
https://twitter.com/skyler_ws/status/1453674411886882816?s=21


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October 29, 2021, 01:10:49 AM

Seems like the market formed a double top. There may be a small dead cat bounce but after that it’s only down I’m afraid. Welcome to the next long crypto winter. You should sell everything & sit on the sidelines, ready to buy back sub $10,000 in 2023.

It was fun whilst it lasted but the top is in. Sell everything now before the long crypto winter engulfs you.

Seems like you have no clue what a double top is.
Hint: second top is lower than the first.
But hey, if you still believe in sub $10k prices, i just wish you HFSP  Roll Eyes

I'm in a kind of bad mood today. This is the nicest answer to this bullshit post that i could write up.

You are such a "nice guy" OOM...!!!!!!! #nohomo


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Yeah, i thought after this statement of yours for a moment.

I used to be cocky and really hurt people using words, mainly because of my social insecurity, in the majority of my past.
Short version of a long story: Life forced me to change. Additionally, nobody will ever hurt or insult me using words.

Of course, there was a bit of humor and probing intended with my response - and I do understand that some of us regularly attempt to employ tactics in order to NOT take certain matters personally, and with practice, we likely are able to become less reactionary and defensive as we had been in our youth.

At the same time, I will proclaim that it is going to be quite difficult for any of us who are actually humans to completely detach our lil selfies from emotions or even our second guessing the intentions of others when communications are directed at us or about us.  At best, we are attempting to manage and NOT be too reactive - but never completely getting rid of various urges to attempt to figure out if we had been slighted and if we might need to respond emotional to that.

In other words, not even this cat is a bot.

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Just like BTC

How would a nocoiner know much if anything about BTC?  Just on the surface, there appears credibility problemas with anything that you say related to BTC.  Have you bought any yet, jorge?

By the way, I admit that I may have gotten a wee bit cccciiiiittttttteeeeeee in my earlier suggestion that we could witness a $10k or $20k UPpity candle in this here 24-hour period that ends in about 17.5 hours, but I will still stand by my suggestion that we are in a decently good posture for rapid UPpity, even if it does not happen in this particular short-term timeframe.
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October 29, 2021, 01:11:35 AM
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as well as everyone else in the same boat. cuz waiting for a charge at some charging station miles away from home just aint gonna happen.

And, of course, having a driveway of your own you can charge in is far from the rule in any case. A rarity in many cities.

never thought of those who only have on street parking. cables snaking everywhere.. not

i just cant see the existing power grid is gonna handle double (?) the power when everything (heat/transport) is electric.

now i do like electric stuff; i have a battery powered chainsaw, trimmer and week wacker for light yard stuff (with gas chainsaws and weedwacker for heavier stuff) and i love the near zero maintenance that electrics have. but once nearly all consumer stuff is electric.. is our grid gonna hold? no one seems to talk about that? or is our grid actually capable now and im worrying about nothing?

No it's not. I think the politicians got caught by surprise by how fast everything is suddenly moving towards "everything electric".

The Swedish grid, in the south where I live, is on the verge of collapsing already. The greens, who are in government with the soc. dem. have closed two nuclear reactors in the south, and there is not enough capacity in the cables to transfer enough from the north, where there is a surplus of hydro power.
On top of that the hydro dams are only half full because of lower than expected rainfall in the north. And it hasn't been very windy this summer either, so no help from the wind turbines.
Import of (expensive) electricity from continental Europe and Denmark has saved the situation so far, but now they too are running low.
One hard cold spell and it all might just crash.
I'm hoping for a mild winter, and during the coming summer I'm getting solar panels and a big battery, and a new and better wood burner and a big pile of fire wood.

I'm looking at this nice piece of wood burner.  https://www.qvesarum.se/produkter/kaminer-och-spisar/nytillverkade-kaminer-och-vedspisar/royal-viking-svart/

Edit:
When I first looked at that burner some five years ago it cost like 37000 SEK, now it's 50000 SEK, with this kind of inflation we will have people begging in the streets just to survive soon.
Well we already have people begging, but that's professional beggars from Romania and Bulgaria, I'm talking about Swedish low low income people.
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