Thursday, July 13, 2006

Who Killed The Electric Car?

This is a fine question. The better question, though, is who killed Stanley Meyer's water splitter? Yes, there is $100 trillion to be made on oil in the earth's crust... or more... but that same amount of money is going up against >100% efficiency mechanics.


It apparently is about getting people to do $100 trillion of work. I think they'd do it anyway, but I do not look forward to the consequences of the peak of oil or the technological stagnation afterwards, nor environmental effects, nor ongoing health consequnces. I also think that $100T of work could be done in 3-5 years by an economy escalating through hydrogenization with abovementioned technologies, and in a matter of months by a well equipped hydrogenized world [2006$].


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