British site talks about motor, What do you think?

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Some good points, but old news. Not really relevant to todays lubes IMO. Todays auto engineers arent really that out of touch.
 
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I know lots of people may not have seen that lately, but it's been posted many times over the years. Some of it is poppy cock.
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Pure synthetic oils (polyalkyleneglycol) are the types used almost exclusively within the industrial sector in polyglycol gearbox oils for heavily loaded gearboxes. These are typically concocted by intelligent blokes in white lab coats. These chaps break apart the molecules that make up a variety of substances, like vegetable and animal oils, and then recombine the individual atoms that make up those molecules to build new, synthetic molecules. This process allows the chemists to actually "fine tune" the molecules as they build them. Clever stuff. But Polyglycols don't mix with normal mineral oils.
Then later he does updates.........
 
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