epirali wrote:Well I'll disregard the un-needed insults and imagery and ask that you simply ignore my posts.
I don't really feel I need to "prove" myself to you or anyone else. This is not a political issue, it is a real life issue. Reducing CO2 emissions isn't an exercise in politics, it is a crisis.
Really? None of we EV advocates knew that, Andy. We're all just muddling around, playing with hydrogen or whatever strikes our fancy. I didn't realize that human existence was at stake, that is until you, a hydrogen advocate, pointed that out to us.
I guess this is where I actually come out and say that my personal research and opinion says the real way to change our society is by use of nuclear power to generate electricity without carbon/coal/gas and to change transportation by using nuclear/wind/solar power to charge FC/electrical batteries. Yeah, I'm building my shrine to fossil fuel right there!
Ya, that nuke stuff has worked out GREAT for mankind. I guess it makes sense that a guy devoted to hydrogen with all its failings for transport, would also be attracted to nuclear, with body count associated with that.
So, my position is that there is enough sun light, wind and waves already on planet earth that can be harvested for electrical energy without any fossil fuels or nuclear. Same for transport. Crazy stuff, I know.