posted on Feb, 18 2014 @ 02:33 AM
I had a long reply written but I think the following suffices:
Students should be revealing that the current "green" movements in fact harms the environment more than most current "fossil fuel" operations do
because it costs more, both monetarily with regards to the fuel expended by machinery and the effects of extracting materials such as lithium and
others, to acquire the raw materials required to construct "green" vehicles and generate the additional electricity at the power plants, than it does
to build a current vehicle, of appropriate design of course, and burn gasoline or diesel in a self-contained engine, over the expected lifetime of
It takes energy to extract these products so where does that
"energy" come from?
If they were 'recycled' products, where did the energy to do that come from?
edit on 2/18/2014 by abecedarian because: (no reason