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Ok here's the HYDROGEN BMW. We better get on the ball!!!!!

This is the one I have known about far a good while. Just couldn't find info after computer crashed. http://www.metacafe.com/watch/882755...ydrogen_racer/
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290MPH on Hydrogen! That is wild, I havent seen a hydrogen car before. It would be nice if they would get that up and running in the states in the next ten years, that way the EPA would get off our backs.

On second thought, was the 290KPH? Still, thats pretty fast for any car running on Hydrogen.

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Vegetable oil is they immediate future. Right now there is a problem with every idea for energy. They all have limitations. Whether it be supply, range, cost effectiveness. Personally I think E85 is a joke and a waste of time. Hydrogen from solar is it. They have worked out safe storage and pumping. Just have to get cost down. There is one country that is almost completely non-dependant on fossil fuels. I lost it when my computer went down. I will work to find it. They have invested in a hydrogen infrastructure. Our country won't even invest in a biodiesel infrastructure. LAME!!!!!
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Vegetable oil is they immediate future. Right now there is a problem with every idea for energy. They all have limitations. Whether it be supply, range, cost effectiveness. Personally I think E85 is a joke and a waste of time. Hydrogen from solar is it. They have worked out safe storage and pumping. Just have to get cost down. There is one country that is almost completely non-dependant on fossil fuels. I lost it when my computer went down. I will work to find it. They have invested in a hydrogen infrastructure. Our country won't even invest in a biodiesel infrastructure. LAME!!!!!
I agree, if we can get our electric grid to go nuclear, solar, geothermal, and wind, we can safely, cleanly, and cheaply uses hydrogen. Its only a matter of time.
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