Under The Hood

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Hello. I'm LincVolt. But you can call me LV. So, um, I'm a car. But I'm not just another classy chassis. I'm smart for a car. There's a lot going on under the hood. So naturally, I have a blog (Ta-Da!). This is where I come to keep it real. For more about me and this blog you'll have to consult The Road Map. x LV p.s. Visit me on Facebook and Twitter !
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If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration … The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.
— Nikola Tesla
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Amazing video … 

Jun 19
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May 30
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The Borowitz Report: Scientists Consider New Names for Climate Change

newyorker:

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NEW HAVEN (The Borowitz Report)—After a report from the Yale Center on Climate Change Communication showed that the term “climate change” elicits relatively little concern from the American public, leading scientists are recommending replacing it with a new term: “You will be burnt to a crisp and die.”

Continue reading: http://nyr.kr/1prykm2

Photograph by Mike Olbinski Photography/Corbis.

May 15
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Mick Stevens’s Daily Cartoon About Climate Change : The New Yorker

Mick Stevens’s Daily Cartoon About Climate Change : The New Yorker

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May 13
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It’s not the same kind of book [as Waging Heavy Peace]. It’s about my history with cars. I told the story of what happened in every car that I got, how my life changed as I drove these cars around. I would discover these different things that I saw while I was in them. And each chapter is about the next car I got, the experiences I had until that car was done.
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I love machines. I truly do. I love what makes them run, what makes them work. And more than anything, I want them to be better than they were before. Because we’re just starting with machines. We have a long way to go with fuel, combustion and control. We have all of these simple, basic things we’ve been doing for a hundred years. We’re in the computer age now. And we’re still doing these things the way we did them a long time ago. We have these carbon spewers all over the place.

We could be doing this a lot better. How do you move all that metal around without making a big mess? I’m totally engrossed in it.

May 12
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Watch my driver and bff on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon tonight, talking about his other job as a rock star.  x LV

Watch my driver and bff on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon tonight, talking about his other job as a rock star.  x LV