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Green Idiots Are Using Coal Powered Green Car Charging Station at Walgreens

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posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 12:22 PM
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Its way cheaper than oil or fuel of any kind. And the solutions on my thread are NOT industry ones, but what people actually are doing. France has been supporting this fuel reduction and cost reduction and it was a movement starting with their farmers that also, dropped pollution emissions.

I want the coil, not a battery, but have plans for many things and options, 5 gigabytes of plans and I'm going to start printing some off, in case we lose power soon.

Its essential to have some regular, windmill or solar or earthern batteries in order to just get the spark going, because its actually over unity.

One the best things on the thread was the car that ran on water, I think it was salt water.




posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 02:30 PM
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Originally posted by Unity_99
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Its way cheaper than oil or fuel of any kind. And the solutions on my thread are NOT industry ones, but what people actually are doing. France has been supporting this fuel reduction and cost reduction and it was a movement starting with their farmers that also, dropped pollution emissions.

I want the coil, not a battery, but have plans for many things and options, 5 gigabytes of plans and I'm going to start printing some off, in case we lose power soon.

Its essential to have some regular, windmill or solar or earthern batteries in order to just get the spark going, because its actually over unity.

One the best things on the thread was the car that ran on water, I think it was salt water.


Hydrogen from electrolysis is more expensive per unit of energy output than any of the options. You will need external energy to produce hydrogen and you will get 50-70% of the energy back when you use hydrogen; the rest will be lost in the electrolysis cell as heat. Hydrogen as an energy storage medium to augment gasoline is a version of a poor man's hybrid vehicle in that it can recover some small percentage of the losses inherent in vehicles by tapping into excess electrical output. Generally, hydrogen is a bad idea as an energy storage compound because the cycle is so inefficient.
Water is a final oxidation state of hydrogen. Converting water to hydrogen and then converting hydrogen to motive power requires an external power source. If you just use that source to run the vehicle, you are way ahead of the game.
Have you located your solid hologram reference yet?



posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 02:58 PM
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Originally posted by RealSpoke
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Majority nuclear when we can't control melt downs? We have no where to place the waste? Cancer rates go up near nuclear plants...

No thanks. Nuclear power is dangerous and far more harmful to the earth than fossil fuels.


This is so NOT true. Thousands die from fossil fuel pollution and mining, just a usual cost of business. For nuclear, that's an extraordinary once in a few decades accident.

We have nowhere to put the pollution from nuclear, other than locking up the products of powering an economy for many decades in a small warehouse guarded underground. (France's nuclear waste sits in one building).

We have nowhere to put the pollution from fossil fuels, other than putting it in to the atmosphere and letting everybody enjoy the consequences.

Coal plants, when they started 200 years ago, were really really really nasty and dangerous (boiler explosions and horrible fires were commonplace) but that didn't stop people from refining and improving their design and getting on with business. We need to go for the small modular reactors---passively 'walk-away' safe---which can withstand a total station blackout like what happened in Japan.



I don't want to live near Fukishima or Chernobyl.


In 75 years, the people of Bangladesh will not want to live in Bangladesh because they don't like sleeping in the water.


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