As explained before technology is always improving and on a fast level, we have the got technology now to introduce greener cars, if you can't see that then you're naive. I already explained how they've invented a better battery with half the time to recharge and lasts twice as long. Technology is always improving on a fast level and this is what we should be looking at, stop whining unless you've got a better idea to clean up the earth.
And Hex they only built a solar car to break the world record, now a solar plane can fly the Atlantic so technology is improving fast. What would you suggest?
Look if you haven't got anything constructive to say then stay out of the thread. How my ideas are a little far fetched you haven't even bothered to explain, instead you've gone off on this little hissy fit, how childish. People come here to debate constructively neither of you have shown this and it shows lack of intelligence, please don't bother to reply as you are going off topic and frankly I can't be bothered with you, I've enjoyed this thread because some people have contributed constructively but yours and hex's patronizing comments are just silly, please grow up or back off, I haven't got the time, yawn
opinionated little snit
But anyway... bullet trains... and there's a japanese transportation model that is a kind of hybrid car/train/elevator thing... little cars come by every fifteen minutes and you can get in one. I think it was invisioned for this giant earthquake resistant structure thingy. I'll find a link to it when I can remember what it's called.
But anyway... inspired by the illustrious Dave Allen, I'm reading a couple books on global warming. One I'm learning a lot from is called: The Long Thaw by David Archer. He's an oceanographer who was also involved in a college text book called: Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast. I have it too and am about 1/3 of the way through it. It's a lot more technical.
Muchos good vibes your way, my friend. See ya on the flip side!
I don't want raw sewage in water, water that will then need to be distilled before I will consent to drink it. I don't want poor air quality due to polluters.
I want to thank you, Caroline, for posting this thread. You are ethically-sensitive. I, for one, appreciate very much your efforts.