Related article: have is glimers (nickel maybe?)
The fuel cell transportation system is not ready for prime
8/22/2005 9:45 AM
The real problem is timing: it takes a few years to bring new
In a few Purchase Trecator Sc Online years oil prices will probably dive again.
8/22/2005 9:49 AM
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What is truly fascinating is the natural inclination toward
catastrophic prospects that human Cheap Trecator Sc beings keep on exhibiting.
All these catastrophic scenarios, bei it overpopulation,oil
depletion or whatever are nothing but the secular humanistic
versions of the classical biblical Apocalyptical scenarios.
It always amaze me how on earth could those "enlightended",
atheistic, socialistic multiculturalists deride the
"superstitious" beliefs of religious people.
8/22/2005 9:54 AM
M. Simon said...
Patents are public records.
Could anon. cite a few that would solve our energy problems
I'm not interested in ownership. Just patent numbers.
8/22/2005 10:05 AM
"What is truly fascinating is Order Trecator Sc the natural inclination toward
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that Americans have two modes: complacency and panic.
What you typically see in a new "peak oil" discussion is an
argument between the complacent and the paniced.
Shades of gray, resonable questions in the middle ground, are
slow to emerge.
8/22/2005 10:11 AM
It's 2005. Trecator Sc Online 2005-1973=32 yrs.
You suppose those patents are still in effect?
Hydrogen is not an alternative fuel, merely a
conversion/storage method. It has to be produced
somehow...perhaps from electricity, derived from (usually)
8/22/2005 10:15 AM
M. Simon said...
We have been running out of oil for Purchase Trecator Sc my whole life time. (I was
in high school in the 50s).
It is one of the things that got me interested in a career in
engineering. (I do aircraft electrical systems among other
things. I have also worked on oil field monitoring systems -
which surprisingly enough are solar powered.)
Every time oil prices peaked the refrain was the same.
BTW high rises and cities may be more efficient energy wise,
but they have one huge drawback. Disease can run through them
like wild fire. Dispersed housing is more disease resistant.
8/22/2005 10:21 AM
If we are going to digress on hydrogen, we should point out