It's time to switch over to hydrogen for transportation fuel.
Remember Way back in 1975 or so (if you were around) when the big Energy Crisis hit and gas stations had huge line ups and sometimes restrictions of five or ten dollars per visit or with the added restriction of using license plate to allow odd or even days you could purchase gas.
I remember back then seeing a few articles about using hydrogen as a fuel where water was the only natural resource required and steam was the only polution it produced.
Is it the cost of production?
Is it the cost of establishing an international infrastructure to supply the demand that would develop?
Is it the cost of developing engines and fuel storage technology?
Or, is it OIL?
Was it Exxon or Imperial that just announced their last quarter only produced 11 billion dollars in profit?
Pretty good motive for qwashing any hydrogen technology if you ask me.Information on road safety at http://www.ezee.ca
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