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    Been reading up on graphene technology as of late with my spare time,,,seems that they may have found a material finally which will handle heat and all the abuse we battery lovers need,,,,basically just pencil lead type of graphite, but layered to give it maximum strength and continuity….can’t wait to see where graphene brings us,,,Samsung already is using this in cellphones,,,,only time will tell…
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    It will be interesting.
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    Technology just keeps getting better. Lighter and more powerful.
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    There are some amazing batteries being developed now days. I don't plan on getting an electric car but the million mile battery being developed should be a real incentive to buy one.
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