wakka9ca wrote:Actually one of my friend is researching on splitting hydrogen from water in an efficient way...
Romdeau wrote:wakka9ca wrote:Actually one of my friend is researching on splitting hydrogen from water in an efficient way...
Even if a reasonable method is found, cars would still be obsolete because it's way too dangerous to use in automobiles. The pipe infrastructure would still cost hundreds of billions to switch over as well, in addition to the time it would take to swap.
And currently 10% of the energy used in the US is generated from dams. If we maximized and ignored environmental concerns, we could increase that number to 15%.
Mengsk wrote:wakka9ca wrote:Romdeau wrote:But yes, when this hits there will probably be massive starvation because a lot of the world's current food production is dependent on cheap energy. Millions will probably die from mal nourishment.
Which is good. Overpopulation has always been an issue. Starvation = people dying = humans realizing something = possible advancements
You are a retard.
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