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Originally posted by Starchild23
Since they don't make Model T's anymore, I would say...no.
Making a product that no one will buy because it's simply been rendered inefficient is not cost productive.
The real question is, will they introduce such an energy source? I keep hoping, but the scientists keep disappointing...
Originally posted by mossme89
There's something I've been thinking about with free energy. Lets say free energy is released tomorrow and by next year, it's in mainstream vehicles that can run indefinitely. Let's just say that happens.
Well, do you think people would still be ABLE to drive gasoline vehicles? The reason I ask is that while I support the free energy movement, I worry about what it would do to people who are car enthusiasts like myself. Would we still be able to drive Mustang GT's for fun and have access to gasoline in a world of free energy?