I found that they have bought out a company called EMITEC. This is just to clean up emissions, not switch to alternative engines.
It makes you wonder who actually runs their country. There is enough technology around to make petrol and diesel obsolete.
Why not get with the new technology. Perhaps General Motors and the petrochemical industry are so entwined in a narcissistic relationship that saving the planet isn't on their agenda.
I wonder how much money is used by these companies to sway political decisions. To pay lawyers to fight against good governance procedures. Or even how much the Americas want people to be educated or interested enough in their political machinations to make real decisions that can cause a change in politics and their real future.
Polls in the UK have already come in with the public opinion thinking Brexit will cause some hardship for about Three years and will have sorted itself out in 10 years.
I wonder if the Americas could imagine writing off all debt. Personal, and public debt that accrues interest at over $15k dollars per second. To declare bankruptcy as a public limited corporation, and write off all debts owed to America at the same time and start with a new balance sheet.
Every time America gets close to its national debt limit it seems they pass a new bill to move the goalposts wider.
I do wonder at the audacity of telling the UK it needs to get to the back of the queue for a trade deal in their situation. Perhaps Donald Trump may be a good bet for getting the US out of a debt sinkhole, as much as Boris Johnson may hang his head in disbelief at having been asked to apologise to the world for being honest to his own views of the world. Amusing, and distinguished in their crass disregard for diplomacy that his new job requires.
I loved today's news that he didn't apologise, and that basically most countries will do business with a very rude and ready UK, in the face of Boris Johnson! I must be on crack to be thinking like this but I think Foreign Affairs on crack sums up Boris Johnson. Theresa May must have many more 'Trumps' up her sleeve to have made some of these appointments in her cabinet.
I watched T.Rex on Prime Ministers question time, and I don't think I have been quite so entertained by a witty and forthright damnation of the opposition for a long time.
I can't wait to see how her meeting with Angela Merkel went this evening.
I might just just see if I can catch the international space station overlapping with Hubble again soon on skynet.