Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Minyak Naik lagi? tak apa.. kita guna Nuklear pula..

Harga petrol RON97 dan minyak tanah masing-masing akan naik sebanyak 10 sen seliter mulai tengah malam ini, kata Presiden Persatuan Penjual Petrol Malaysia (PDAM), Datuk Hashim Othman.

Beliau berkata dengan kenaikan itu, harga petrol RON97 akan naik kepada RM2.40 seliter (sebelum ini RM2.30 seliter) sementara minyak tanah kepada RM2.50 seliter.

Kenaikkan yang menepati slogan 1Malaysia Najib "Rakyat didahulukan, Pencapaian diutamakan"..

Rakyat memang didahulukan bagi menghadapi kenaikkan harga minyak ini..

Aku dah letih nak hentam Najib dan Muhyiddin apalagi Rais Yatim.. pasal kawan aku kat hang ni kritik saja pandai.. cuba hang bagi cadangan pulak..


Cadangan aku dibawah... tapi sebelum itu..

Ahli dan Penyokong tegar UMNO tak perlu risau kerana kebanyakkan mereka menggunakan kereta buatan Malaysia yang menggunakan kereta-kereta import yang memerlukan penggunaan minyak RON97 pula akan mendapat diskaun istimewa dengan hanya menunjukkan kad keahlian UMNO mereka.

Lagipun setakat naik 10sen tu apalah sangat jika dibandingkan dengan harga rokok yang naik hingga menjadi RM10 sekotak menurut mereka..

Lagipun kenaikan esok dikatakan tidak akan menjejaskan harga petrol RON95 yang kekal RM1.90 seliter, diesel RM1.80 seliter dan LPG RM1.90 sekilogram…

Alasan untuk menaikkan harga RON 95 juga sudah ada..“Menurut laporan hari ini, minyak yang dikeluarkan oleh Pertubuhan Negara Pengeksport Minyak (Opec) meningkat kepada US$89.79 mulai minggu ini”

Jadi untuk mengelakkan kita dari terus menanggung beban kerana kenaikkan minyak ini apa kata kita guna kereta yang menggunakan tenaga nuclear pula?

Ford dah buat research pada tahun 1958 dulu.. kita gunakan saja.. biar kali ini bila kemalangan bukan saja terbakar tapi meletup terus..


Ford Nucleon
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ford Nucleon was a nuclear-powered concept car developed by Ford Motor Company in 1958. The design did not include an internal-combustion engine, rather, the vehicle was to be powered by a small nuclear reactor in the rear of the vehicle. The vehicle featured a power capsule suspended between twin booms at the rear. The capsule, which would contain a radioactive core for motive power, was designed to be easily interchangeable, according to the performance needs and the distances to be travelled.

The passenger compartment of the Nucleon featured a one-piece, pillar-less windscreen and compound rear window, and was topped by a cantilever roof. There were air intakes at the leading edge of the roof and at the base of its supports. An extreme cab-forward style provided more protection to the driver and passengers from the reactor in the rear. Some pictures show the car with tailfins sweeping up from the rear fenders.

The drivetrain would be integral to the power module, and electronic torque converters would take the place of the drive-train used at the time. It was said that cars like the Nucleon would be able to travel 8000 km (5,000 miles) or more, depending on the size of the core, without recharging. At the end of the core's life, it would be taken to a charging station, which research designers envisioned as largely replacing gas stations. The car was never built and never went into production, but it remains an icon of the Atomic Age of the 1950s.

The mock-up of the car can be viewed at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.

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