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Posted 23 Feb 2020 15:09 in The Lounge by Carnot

A big win by the Bern in Nevada.  The establishment is rattled. Will Hillary make a late run for Pres, like a Phoenix rising from the ashes of the DNC?

Posted 23 Feb 2020 15:07 in The Lounge by Carnot

Talking of medicines, there's real concern that they'll be a serious shortage of medical supplies and drugs that are made in China. That nation is grinding to a standstill. Already an 80% drop in car  ...

Posted 21 Feb 2020 09:49 in Victoria by Carnot

Bustitutions on some Bendigo services this morning now.

Posted 20 Feb 2020 15:26 in Victoria by Carnot

Now it's called a "Track Fault". What a circus:


Posted 20 Feb 2020 15:13 in The Lounge by Carnot

Sounds like Elizabeth Warren won the latest Dem Debate.  She destroyed Bloomberg - he may as well save a few more $100 million, cut his losses, and quit now.  

Sanders seemed to go alright.  He's s ...

Posted 20 Feb 2020 12:43 in Victoria by Carnot

[quote=BrentonGolding][quote]And again. This line is a mess:

I'm wondering if it's landslips or rocks going astray?[/quote]Or a tree or just another muppet trying to drive across the tracks?[/quot ...

[quote=Aaron]I think the show could be in big trouble, my news feed yesterday contained a pair of articles that seemed to imply a couple of alleged (just chucking that word out there because it seems ...

Posted 20 Feb 2020 11:36 in Victoria by Carnot

And again. This line is a mess:


I'm wondering if it's landslips or r ...

Posted 19 Feb 2020 17:05 in Victoria by Carnot

Apparently 600 people are using Cobblebank Station each day according to the Ballarat Line Upgrade FB page.  That's quite a lot for a location in a paddock.  It wouldn't surprise that man who have use ...

Posted 19 Feb 2020 14:54 in Victoria by Carnot

Major delays again on the Bendigo line this afternoon due to yet another "track fault", this time between Sunbury and Gisbourne.
Here we go again...

Posted 19 Feb 2020 13:59 in The Lounge by Carnot

Some massive bargains to be had if you're in the market for a new car:


$12K for ...

Posted 18 Feb 2020 15:02 in Victoria by Carnot

Here's something different.  Industrial action on the Ballarat line means no trains today.  But the replacement buses aren't going anywhere either due to an accident on the Freeway:

Posted 18 Feb 2020 13:47 in The Lounge by Carnot

[quote=don_dunstan]Billionaire presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg insults farmers and blue-collar workers by saying that anyone could do their jobs and that they have "less gray matter"; it's no ...

Posted 18 Feb 2020 13:38 in The Lounge by Carnot

Chinese tourist numbers have dropped over 80% in Vic now.  I'm hearing reports that supplies of medical equipment worldwide are going to be severely constrained as well.  And not just face masks.

It gets worse.

RTBU won't use the Wyndham Vale rail yard if the Govt allows the dumping of toxic waste right next to it.  I'm with the RTBU on this one 100%.

Cancel the project now.  That is all ...

Posted 18 Feb 2020 11:59 in Victoria by Carnot

[][color=#333333][size=6][font=Lora, serif] [/font][/size][/color][quote][b]Department of Transport reviewing troubled rail upgrade [/b]

The State government will conduct a thorough rev ...

Posted 18 Feb 2020 11:51 in The Lounge by Carnot

Ford Australia's Product Development team at present is bigger than it was in the late-1990s.  Back then it was the "Falcon Motor Company", now it's Ranger, along with several other vehicles in emergi ...

Posted 18 Feb 2020 11:40 in The Lounge by Carnot


Victoria total power generation: 5049 Mw, Brown coal 4170 Mw.

Current demand. 6034Mw

Leave the NEM? This will be interesting


Posted 18 Feb 2020 11:24 in The Lounge by Carnot

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Posted 17 Feb 2020 13:21 in The Lounge by Carnot

I'm not at all surprised about GM/Holden pulling the pin.  Very sad about the several hundred workers at Port Melbourne and Lang Lang losing their jobs.

I can't think of a more rapid decline of an  ...

Rare Earth metals are used in the electric motor magnets.   There is considerable research happening at the present time to find alternatives.

Also, new mines are being opened up in WA:

https://ww ...

It's just turned into a trashy mess.

They could take to the next level in Utah:

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Posted 13 Feb 2020 14:09 in Victoria by Carnot

Portland 13th February, 2020. AK track recording cars with 4701 and 4702.


It's a jungle out the ...

Informative video here on why long-haul EV trucks aren't going to be competitive with diesel trucks. Watch the 2nd half in particular:

[url=]https://www.yo ...

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote]The Brits are banning the sale of new petrol, hybrid and diesel cars and vans after 2035:

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