It was always just presumed that battery connectors will have to be periodically inspected and replaced (because the uncensored portion of the Internet told me so).
Invariably, acid literally ate the soft metal of the common lead connector, leaving only wires at the posts.
No other viewpoint on the Internet in regards to a solution in off-grid applications was found.
Unfortunately, we do not have the freedom to visit all the websites that actually exist because our Internet is extremely filtered.
Something like 90% of all the websites are not permitted
through the IP Provider's "wall of fire". The "forbidden"
labeled to us as the "black" and "dark" web, are predominantly those
webmasters that refuse to pay off the internet mafia, the ones that
to compel control by instituting regulations and "safeguards"
(meanwhile they farm the only operating system that is susceptible
all viruses, malware, spyware, trojans, and worms to the
civilians irregardless of which monopoly store a computer is
Since you are reading my site, it could only mean one of maybe three reasons that you even found this site.
I refuse to succumb to adding the manipulative httpS: to my http:. So now the manipulators add a fear-planting warning to any prospective visitors (usually located to the left of the URL bar).
In reality, the warning is misdirected and ought to be placed where it rightfully belongs, upon those that manipulate the internet for their own agenda.
Websites become tucked away via "blacklists", and with databases, keyword responder-bots, redirects, and misdirects, etc. and are easily pointed away from certain "quarantined" groups and locations.
Similarly, on a myopic scale compared to our weakest
links, the limited centrally-controlled Internet Providers, utilize
that can further filter the permitted results down to
their own agendas (which is to up-sell the consumer, or force the
consumer to purchase additional replacement hardware (see the proof,
caught hacking me, and admitted it), or
to hand over information to the govern-mental forces.
The problem arises when the data they are tucking away becomes critical to our survival.
For instance, if a problem threatens our existence, would it matter if the answer to solve the problem came from organized crime, modern-day governments, the poor class, or the Taliban?
*If I'm caught drowning, I don't care who you are, throw
me a damn rope and I'll promise to grab it!
will need to be
inspected, tightened, and replaced from
time to time, eh?
The brass alternative to corporate-farmed cabling offers the convenience of nut and bolt, as opposed to one-time-use crimp and solder, and allows for easily adding other connections at a later date without having to purchase more hardware, eliminating unnecessary labor.
The cost difference is shocking at first ($3 to $5 each connector), but when you consider it is a once-in-your-lifetime replacement (as opposed to replacing potentially dangerous damaged cables every other year), coupled with the fact that the automotive capitalists designed cables to incorporate the cable into the connectors, rendering their cables not user-serviceable, and their connectors not re-usable.
capitalists are selling "brass" connectors that are nothing more
brass-coated and will break! The trickery can
avoided by first reading the description of the contents (there
not be present the word lead or anything other than brass).
If the uncensored portion of the Internet has left anyone else dis-amused and lacking when seeking truth (in any area), and when the Internet communications controllers are askew in the shaping of the offering of Internet data to further intelligence, the entire off-grid realm holds as the curbed model as evidence of the existence of a censored Internet.
I'm just saying, having watched thousands of videos on the topic, and having read and perused thousands more websites on the topic, nowhere was this information concerning a more permanent solution to an inevitable problem found.