- Apr 21, 2004
- Basic Beliefs
- Everything we know is wrong (to some degree)
I haven't see anyone claim that it isn't solvable. The question is why the hell anyone would want to reject something that already works in favor of something that has a hell of a lot of problems yet to be resolved and will be more expensive. I can understand the lobbies and politicians because there is a lot of money to be made (the latest $100 million for example) but I can't understand a thinking person to agree.
Did I not point out one can buy hydrogen plants now to solve that problem? Did i not point out there are many projects being pursued to solve that issue. Did I not point out that the Biden Adminstration started a 10 year plan to cut costs of hydrogenstorage 80%? $100 Million to prime that pump.
Long term, this is an issue that is solvable and will be solved. Stop trolling!