Marc Rauch

Marc Rauch

Automotive historian; co-founder of The Auto Channel; author of The Ethanol Papers.

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More than a century ago, Thomas Edison attempted to steer the US toward electric cars. Several factors intervened to allow internal combustion to become the engine of the 20th century, including World War I and possible sabotage by petroleum interests. Automotive historian Marc Rauch and Yossie Hollander of the Fuel Freedom Foundation join Edwin to examine the past, present, and possible future of electric cars, and what they can—and cannot—solve.

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When America’s most active Jew hater and the world’s most dangerous Jew hater made common cause … the result was measured in the millions. Holocaust historian Max Wallace and automotive historian Marc Rauch join Edwin.

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Panzer tanks, Blitz trucks, Ju-88 bombers, torpedoes, land mines, automation, financial help—how America’s most criminal corporation partnered with the Nazis to enable the Reich’s conquest of Europe … and the Holocaust. Automotive historian Marc Rauch joins Edwin.

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Home energy independence: can we get off the grid? Hydrogen, solar, wind, piezoelectric, natural gas, geothermal: all can work—to a degree. But what are the realities to surviving energy blackouts and disasters? Yossie Hollander of the Fuel Freedom Foundation, Marc Rauch of The Auto Channel, Jehu Garcia of the Jehu Garcia Energy Podcast, and Prof.

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Green living and ecopolitics bring us a future full of dreams and nightmares. Wind turbines and electric cars; new nuclear plant designs, hydrogen, alt fuels, geothermal, and ethanol versus natural gas, petroleum, and coal: each has its benefits and drawbacks as well as its advocates and detractors—generally based on money and politics. Fuel Freedom Foundation chairman Yossie Hollander and alt-energy expert Marc J.

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