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December 16, 2005
Got'cher infrastructure right here
The hype about hydrogen is the need to have distribution centers in all the gas stations around the country. Supposed to be too costly, something like a couple of billion. If we cut the war in Iraq short by a few days, that oughta do it. Meanwhile, a guy could ask if any inventive geniuses came up with another idea.
Honda solved the problem several years ago by creating an "on demand" system for the home. It extracts hydrogen from natural gas, recharges the car in a few minutes, and supplies electrical needs for the house.
Why isn't the media spending time on stuff like this?
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