I don't disagree with you entirely. I love my rechargeable tools- drills, impacts, saws, etc. I bought my dad an electric push mower for father's day this year and it's perfect for what he needs- a trim mower for his property, that doesn't require him to maintain it or pull start it all the time. Like you said, though, and as I implied, there are situations where gas makes more sense. Trimming around a dozen trees and a few shrubs? Sure, pop in that battery. Cutting and splitting a few cords of oak firewood? Gas is the way. Likewise with cars- a 50 mile commute makes some sense in a Bolt. But that car would require some logistical somersaults for a 1,000 mile family vacation. And seeing as how most US families don't apply 4 or 5 cars to their stable, owning one gas vehicle that does everything pretty well makes more sense. For a lot of reasons, electric vehicles in their current format won't ever be a solution for more than perhaps 5-10% of the population.
There are several companies out there right now that have electric compact tractors. A former coworker of mine is working for one of them. They're more expensive than diesels, for now, but the main benefit is they allow nearly-silent running, which is ideal for use in residential areas and/or during nighttime use. I'm sure the green leaping deer company is working on one, too.
If you try hard enough, a person can anger everyone at once with a column like that. In this case, the lines between fact and fiction were smeared like a peanut butter sandwich on a hot summer day. The Passion though!
You need to start questioning the so-called settled science. On Planet A, much of North America was covered by sheets of ice only 15,000 years ago. Planet A has been slowly warming ever since, thank God. We are technically STILL now in an ice age, the Quaternary Ice Age. Planet A's "normal" climate has been ice-free (no glaciers or sea ice) for most of Planet A's history. It's all out there for you to verify.
Wait, do you mean that science isn’t consensus LOL?
And a message for all humans: Planet A doesn’t care what you think or do, and has proven it millions of times over that it has the final say.
I have the money and means to buy a brand new HellKitty and mothball it (or drive it). But it's hard to imagine it being "useful" for anything but a road-warrior-type vehicle in the future, and I don't think they care about well-preserved paint.