I love it when people just make stuff up. Let me try: you have no idea what you are talking about, how about you back up some of your opinions with fact.....but wait everything you've just said is off the top of your head.
I'll try something different: how about I take 10 seconds to look up your "facts" and disprove them. Ok here goes:
is a concern, although today's hybrids use NiMH batteries, not the environmentally problematic rechargeable nickel cadmium. "Nickel metal hydride batteries are benign. They can be fully recycled," says Ron Cogan, editor of the Green Car Journal
. Toyota and Honda say that they will recycle dead batteries and that disposal will pose no toxic hazards. Toyota puts a phone number on each battery, and they pay a $200 "bounty" for each battery to help ensure that it will be properly recycled."