Evan Maynard
Evan Maynard

Mine fell onto a plastic table in the closed position and the inside broke. Not very durable

Vor 7 Stunden
samesource
samesource

As a sustainability professional, one major false equivalency I see in so many of these comparisons is evident in your chart at 2:29. The CO2 for the bodies of the trucks is roughly the same for the base materials, as they are they same stuff, but the BEV is listed as having higher emissions because of the CO2 generated from the extraction and production of raw materials for the batteries--a component of the propulsion fuel for the vehicle. Yet there's no discussion of the associated CO2 for the extraction and production (not just the in-vehicle burning) of the fossil fuels that are constantly added back into the ICE vehicle. The lifetime of associated CO2 in extraction of materials to produce fuel for the ICE vehicle is exponentially higher than the one-time associated CO2 in the extraction of battery materials for the BEV. If you want a true comparison, this must be included. As you say, the battery materials can be reclaimed and recycled at end of life, reducing future extraction costs, but you fail to contrast this with how fossil fuels are strictly one-time-use as they are combusted, meaning the extraction and production CO2 is never-ending. Your incomplete chart leads you to conclude that "You could build two regular trucks for the CO2 emissions of one electric truck." That's only true if you bought the trucks and put them in museums, never to be used. But lifecycle assessment is the only honest way to consider this metric, and the lifecycle CO2 connected to extraction and production of the propulsion component of the ICE vehicle is much higher than for the BEV. I want to be very clear here that I am talking about extraction and production and NOT the obvious comparison between ICE emissions and emissions connected to sources of BEV charging. Oil refining is an electricity-intensive process, and the lifetime CO2 associated with the grid powering the oil refineries that are producing gasoline and oil for the ICE vehicle are a huge source of GHG emissions absent from your data. This creates a highly skewed picture. And all of this is even before you later quite correctly consider the operational emissions of the vehicles, which heavily favor the BEV and become more favorable as the electricity sources get cleaner. Another absent category is the higher associated CO2 in ICE vehicle maintenance--things like transmission fluids and inevitable mechanical engine repairs all come with CO2 costs for the extraction, production, and disposal of those materials. Therein, ICE vehicles are NEVER more environmentally friendly to produce when lifecycle assessment is done (long before considering vehicle emissions). As an expert in this field, my "big yikes" is when I hear your claim that ICE vehicles are more environmentally friendly to produce. Nope. Not even close. If you are going to count the CO2 of the battery extraction and production, you have to count the CO2 of the ICE fuel extraction and production. I enjoy your videos and appreciate your work here (which I know is well intentioned), but the true emissions picture between otherwise equivalent ICE and BEVs is actually much more favorable to the BEVs than your incomplete picture.

Vor 7 Stunden
Willy B
Willy B

for the children

Vor 8 Stunden
Юлия Сергеева
Юлия Сергеева

В мире снято немало репортажей о совершенно различных производственных процессах, но они редко бывают интересными. Вас действительно интересно слушать, даже не зная в совершенстве английского языка, я все понимаю. И тема весьма актуальная.

Vor 8 Stunden
Imran Khan
Imran Khan

Someday, Jerry (a.k.a Zac) will buy this workshop 😛

Vor 8 Stunden
Evil Withen
Evil Withen

Is this nintendo sandwitch Or a lab mouse l😂l the best device from nintendo is famicom SNES gamecube Great vid buddy And nice scratch on the nintendo sandwitch 👍😊👍

Vor 8 Stunden
Black-Storks
Black-Storks

0:40 twins

Vor 9 Stunden
Peter
Peter

One of the biggest issues limiting the widespread adoption of electric vehicles is it would vastly increase the demand for electricity, well past existing generating and grid capacity. Just to replace existing vehicles would nearly double power consumption. Nuclear could handle that sort of demand, but it doesn't come cheap, neither does upgrading the grid. And that's a phenomenal amount of copper that has to be mined and smelted, to say nothing of the other materials.

Vor 9 Stunden
Homience
Homience

EGGMAN?

Vor 9 Stunden
shalomray7
shalomray7

Great work!

Vor 9 Stunden
Bailey Hernandez
Bailey Hernandez

Didnt know it was jerry then i was like wait why i hear him. Oh its one of his videos lol

Vor 10 Stunden
Wai Hyn
Wai Hyn

are you psycho?

Vor 11 Stunden
kds471
kds471

Hopefully it can be made affordable so many can benefit from it.

Vor 11 Stunden
Rudraksh
Rudraksh

Electronics means they can fool you by numbers. 1000 Mega Pixel coming soon and it will cost only 9999$ *(Apple)*

Vor 11 Stunden
John Miller
John Miller

Since I am watching your video at least three years after you made it, I just want to say that though it does make firing it much faster it does not make it an automatic weapon. It still needs a pull of the trigger to fire each bullet. I am 100% 2nd Amendment and I do not believe this item should be illegal or governed. I am also for the rights of anyone owning a full automatic weapon if they can afford it without the government regulating them and restricting our rights to them. I would also like to point out that you are absolutely correct when you said that not all people are sane in the use of anything. Also, the 2nd Amendment also protects out rights to buy and carry any weapon, not just guns. If someone decides to use any weapon in a horrible manner then punish the person with harsh punishment fitting to the crime. The Bible has harsh punishments for lesser crimes than killing. In the Old and New Testaments you could be stoned to death for adultery. Make the punishment harsh and people may not be so quick to kill others. Today we are real lax on the punishment of the crime.

Vor 12 Stunden
Balázs Alpár Angyal
Balázs Alpár Angyal

Just.. Why you need gatewaaaays for everything??? It just ruins the stuff sooo badly.

Vor 12 Stunden
N. B. P. Davenport
N. B. P. Davenport

Oops, start over

Vor 12 Stunden
N. B. P. Davenport
N. B. P. Davenport

I hope we're not off by one.👍

Vor 12 Stunden
N. B. P. Davenport
N. B. P. Davenport

God Is Watching You and wondering what's going on 🤔

Vor 12 Stunden
N. B. P. Davenport
N. B. P. Davenport

There's nothing phone is it worth anything?

Vor 12 Stunden
kendrick white
kendrick white

Lol didn't know had a sim card slot

Vor 12 Stunden
Daniel Wallis
Daniel Wallis

Thanks for the shoutout for Bullet Trains. Great video as always. Being from the UK I paused at “25 mpg is really good”, then I remembered the US Gallon is about 25% less than the imperial gallon

Vor 12 Stunden
floridamans
floridamans

This is probably the worst durability test ever, Or i just watch too much whistlinsiesel

Vor 13 Stunden
Nothing New
Nothing New

Not that you guys aren't already doing a ton of good, but I think you should set up a charity that we could donate to that researches a "cure" or fix for being paralyzed. It shocks me that at this day and age we have not figure out a way to recover from some of this. I think we need some good funding for some research.

Vor 13 Stunden
Jolly Goode
Jolly Goode

Why exclude the pollution and energy involved in mining, refining and transporting oil and petroleum ? When you factor in those impacts on the environment the equation looks pretty different. Also reduced maintenance requirements of Ev's will mean less energy used to make and sell spare parts etc and the number of mechanic, transmission and exhaust shops will start to decline once you hit about 30% of total fleet being EV. Plus most grids will become more and more green over time so the equation is constantly changing in favor of EVs because of all of these factors.

Vor 13 Stunden
Brian Bloomfoeld
Brian Bloomfoeld

Most of England in the 70s had milk delivered by Milk Float. And the Milkman would pick up the empty bottles. Plus lemonade and beer bottles came with a refund. Surely bring it back for a cleaner country.

Vor 13 Stunden
Hand Tight Garage
Hand Tight Garage

You should probably just take this video down now that you have enough books.

Vor 13 Stunden
matthew scarborough
matthew scarborough

I am looking forward to the teardown I'm looking at buying this phone soon

Vor 13 Stunden
TAJ
TAJ

That was awesome you're a cute couple.

Vor 13 Stunden