Russian Planes Are Second Rate and China Copied Them

Russian fighter jets are being shot down in Ukraine by US Stinger missiles and Ukraine’s soviet era air defences. The Ukrainian defense ministry claims its forces have destroyed about 100 Russian fixed-wing aircraft. Independent observers have confirmed at least a dozen of those kills. Verified losses include five Su-25 attack planes, two Su-30 and four …

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Simple Counting Shows China Cannot Successfully Invade Taiwan

China can transport about 40,000 troops in the first day for an invasion of Taiwan. IF none of the ships and helicopters and planes are shot down while crossing 100 miles of open water. If 40,000 troops could make it onto Taiwan, the Chinese troops would be outnumbered 4 to 1. Nextbigfuture has already gone …

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China Battery Maker CALB IPO to Raise $1.5 Billion

CALB, China Aviation Lithium Battery company, has filed for an IPO on the Hong Kong stock exchange. In January 2022, Chinese battery manufacturer CALB (China Lithium Battery Technology) signed contracts with two cities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong to build new production facilities. The two planned factories in Guangzhou and Jiangmen will each …

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Partial COVID Lockdowns in Shenzhen and Shanghai

China has imposed partial lockdowns in Shanghai and Shenzhen as it grapples with a surge in COVID-19 cases, raising concerns of new global supply chain disruptions and threatening the country’s economic growth target. Economists warned of massive disruptions for manufacturers due to port, airport and factory closures as the country’s richest regions go into lockdowns. …

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Putin Chooses to Be China’s Flunky Instead of the USA

There are various reports about Putin having decades long anger at Russia losing the Cold War to the West. Putin felt humiliated that Russia was treated as second rate by the West after the USSR fell. Big tough Putin and Russia with nuclear weapons demanded respect and is forcing respect by taking maybe half of …

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OneWeb Likely Turns to SpaceX for Launches

OneWeb has been making a satellite network of about 648 satellites. They have launched 428 but still need to launch 220. Russia Soyuz rockets were being used for the launches but now Russia might not launch the satellites. The satellites are in a circular low Earth orbit, at approximately 1,200 km (750 mi) altitude. They …

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Iron LFP Battery Tsunami

I, Brian Wang, have a new youtube video explaining the iron LFP battery tsunami that started coming out of China in 2021. This is a massive earthquake that hit the EV World. The financial and technological shockwaves and continuing impact will be felt from 2022-2026. I go over in detail the clear evidence that this …

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BYD and Other China Electric Car Makers in 2022

BYD has increased its 2022 battery-electric (BEV) and plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV) car production target from 1.2 million to 1.5 million units. BYD’s old target was about half BEV and half hybrid (600K each). I would expect the new target to be 800K BEV and 700K PHEV. In terms of battery electric cars, Tesla is …

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BYD and FAW Start 45 GWH/year Battery Factory

On February 26, 2022, FAW and BYD started a planned 45 GWh/year power battery project in Changchun, Jilin Province. It has an investment of 13.5 billion yuan (about US $2.1 billion). The factory will cover 800000 square meters and provide batteries for 600000 electric vehicles every year. Changchun making an international automobile city with China’s …

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