Tuesday, November 21, 2006
Non-oil Shinto-Honda meets oil-Islam - Girls! Free to think for yourself? Do you hate pollution and do you know why Honda is so much superior to BMW?
The world's oldest religion (see Klevius definition of religion) offers the world's best technology, incl. the world's first real super car Honda FCX on the shelves 2008, while the world's youngest "religion" Islam (the worst crime ever against humanity? - see Origin of Islam) offers sex segregated rapetivism and a homeland, Saudi-Arabia, that is the world's worst per capita polluter/consumer of world resources although it produces almost nothing except crude oil and Islamofascism.
Car: "A real car from another world!" (read the test drive of what 007 chief Mr Q would have loved - the world's new REAL super car).
Klevius comment: It's no accident that the Honda Asimo humanoid robot for the last 20 years has, by far, been the world's number one technological achievment. Likewise it's no surprise that the same manufacturer is now offering a super car that consumes solar energy from your home (plus gas depending on how much you drive) while exhausting nothing but water steam from its tail pipe. And unlike BMW's upcoming (?) miserable "hydrogen car" which is simply powered by a huge, old-fashioned truck engine modifyed to burn petrol and hydrogen gas (plus the exhaust gas incl. the ordinary amount of oil leak, particles etc as well as a 50% power reduction!), Honda FCX is a real fuel-cell driven electric car that is clear for mass production already in 2008, i.e. many years before anyone could have estimated.
Swedish consumer (des)info abt the most remarkable car introduction since T-Ford!
In the latest issue of the Swedish car magazine The World of Technology Honda FCX gets a tiny spot titled "Honda is working on", while there is a double page story abt a "probable" introduction of a VW fuel cell car in 2020!? This is what I used to call "The Mongoloid complex"!
Also read Why European cars (incl. BMW, Audi and MB) boost into fire so much more frequently than do Japanese and Korean cars!