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« Reply #30 on: December 02, 2017, 04:24:59 PM »

Tesla builds world's largest battery in Australian outback 

http://www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-tn-tesla-australia-20171201-story.html

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Tesla Turns On World’s Largest Battery In Australia

https://insideevs.com/tesla-turns-on-worlds-largest-battery-in-australia/

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Puerto Rico needs to go with clean energy as they rebuild Puerto Rico, and Elon Musk can help them.

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« Reply #31 on: December 11, 2017, 08:09:45 PM »

https://www.theonion.com/tag/a-nine-volt-battery

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« Reply #32 on: December 12, 2017, 02:46:07 PM »

A Glimpse of Another America
 
https://www.kcet.org/shows/artbound/a-glimpse-of-another-america
 
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Mojave, California, would be the perfect place to build factories. They have railroad access, highway access, and airports, and the land prices are very low, and close-by in Lancaster, Palmdale, Quartz Hill, Rosamond, etc, there are half a million people, and many of the people are unemployed, and many of the people spend four hours a day trapped in traffic to go to and from work in the Los Angeles area, it would be great to have factories for the people to work at in Mojave.
 
Some of the ideas for stuff that could be manufactured at factories in Mojave would be to manufacture flash-light batteries, and car batteries, and cell phone batteries, and other types of batteries. People could also manufacture glass in Mojave, and airplane windows. They could also manufacture stuff to go along with the clean energy jobs, such as manufacturing windmills and windmill generators, and solar panels, and other things to go along with the clean energy jobs of the future. They can manufacture other things in Mojave as well.
 
Guys like Richard Branson have projects in Mojave.  https://tinyurl.com/RichardBranson-Mojave 
 
There are plenty of jobs for the brilliant scientists and for other brilliant people, building spaceships, and fighter planes, and bombers, and satellites, etc, etc, etc, but there needs to be jobs for people who are not educated and for people who are not scientists, there needs to be low skilled jobs for the people who just want to work at a factory and support their family. There are many proud workers who are uneducated, and they would love factory jobs in Mojave. 
 
There are many reasons why factories are needed in Mojave, and everyone would benefit.
 
Here is a page with info about the Antelope Valley...
 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antelope_Valley
 
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« Reply #33 on: Today at 06:04:33 PM »

In Oregon they have canneries, canning fruits and vegetables...

https://norpac.com/

And everyone who is unemployed there knows that they can go get a job at the cannery. Regardless of education, or experience, or criminal record, you can get a job at a cannery. People who are educated, or who have experience, can rise to higher paying jobs at the cannery, etc. My Grandmother on my Father's side was a supervisor at the cannery in Stayton, Oregon, and one of my Uncles was also a supervisor there. The people in Oregon are grateful to have those jobs, and they need to fight to keep those jobs from going to China, etc.

Sadly, American jobs are all going to China, and to other places, and California is not the only state that lost jobs to China and to other nations, states all over the USA have suffered.

We lost our automobile manufacturing jobs in Van Nuys, California, to Canada, so even Canada has been stealing our jobs. We need to bring the jobs back.

On the issue of factories in Mojave, California, those are the kind of jobs that Mojave needs. Whenever people are unemployed, they can go to the battery factory in Mojave and get a job, or whatever, Mojave can manufacture many things, and people will love to have those manufacturing jobs. And there can be jobs for all levels of workers, there can be jobs for uneducated and untrained people, and then there can be the supervisor jobs and stuff for the people whom have experience, and whom have an education, etc.

And I am a Republican, I have always voted for Republicans, I just do not agree with Trump on many issues, including immigration, I think that we need to make our immigrants legal like President Reagan did, and we do not need walls. We do not need a wall with Canada, and we do not need a wall with Mexico.

One Republican who was a good Senator, who might be a good President, is Gordon Smith of Oregon, he is a real Republican, and I bet he is against walls.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_H._Smith

I also like Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, and Rubio would not build a wall.

We need high speed trains, instead of walls.

President Reagan made the immigrants legal, he did not build a wall. George W. Bush was great too, and he did not build a wall, and Jeb Bush married a Mexican lady. We need to have a "Good Neighbor" policy with our good, Christian neighbors here in the Western Hemisphere, we do not need any walls.

And Mojave, California, needs manufacturing jobs, Mojave could benefit from having factories.

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