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Re: OT: Ford F150 Ecoboost

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01-25-2013 09:08:58

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Given how the EPA and other obammy huggers are over extending their authority. And how they have choked the diesel with regulations. The direct injection gassers look like a viable alternative .Until the EPA adds more regulations to gasoline. The end goal is to eliminate personal vehicles.

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pete black

01-25-2013 10:07:12

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 Re: OT: Ford F150 Ecoboost in reply to buickanddeere, 01-25-2013 09:08:58  
you are exactly right, that is the reason for all the new sidewalks to nowhere in all the cities.

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Earl Gray

01-25-2013 09:36:27

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 Re: OT: Ford F150 Ecoboost in reply to buickanddeere, 01-25-2013 09:08:58  
Wow, you are negative! Did you see on the news this morning how bad the air pollution is in Salt Lake City. It is not recommended to exercise or do anything strenuous outside, it looks as bad as china. We need to do something!

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01-25-2013 10:37:37

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 Re: OT: Ford F150 Ecoboost in reply to Earl Gray, 01-25-2013 09:36:27  
The 1991 eruption of Mt Pinatubo in the Phillipines ejected over 10 billion tons of magma and 22 million tons of sulphur dioxide plus vast quantities of minerals and metals contained in an aerosol cloud which it injected into the stratosphere and covered the entire globe. It amounted to more toxic pollutants than man has caused man's history on earth. All it did was give us nice pretty sunsets for about three years. Mt Pinatubo, as large an eruption as it was, was exceeded in volume by the eruption of Krakatoa in 1883. And then there was Novarupta in 1912. That was larger than Pinatubo, or, 30 times the size of the Mt St Helens eruption. There have been hundreds, probably thousands, of these eruptions in earth's history. For mere men to think they are equal to these collossal natural events is folly.

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01-25-2013 09:44:50

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 Re: OT: Ford F150 Ecoboost in reply to Earl Gray, 01-25-2013 09:36:27  
The latest and great highway vehicle emission controls have 't made conditions better. How is even tighter regs going to make a difference. Air pollution from vehicles is a minor issue. The primary sources are volcanoes, methane from swamps and other natural sources. And un regulated third world industry.

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01-25-2013 13:32:21

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 Re: OT: Ford F150 Ecoboost in reply to buickanddeere, 01-25-2013 09:44:50  
Did you see the pictures from Beijing the other day on the news? Was so bad they claimed a building burned for 3 hours before anyone noticed. They couldn't see the smoke in all the smog. I remember going to Denver in the winter on different times. They had a brown cloud that you could barely see the mountains. Last time I was there it looked pretty fresh but it might have been a good day.

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01-25-2013 09:31:58

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 Re: OT: Ford F150 Ecoboost in reply to buickanddeere, 01-25-2013 09:08:58  
A coworker has one. our familys go rv'ing together. i have a ram 2500 diesel with a 29 ft travel trailer. he has a ecoboost 150 and a 26 ft travel trailer. he can keep up pretty well. he hasnt noted any problems yet.

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