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Scientists say we’re on the cusp of a carbon dioxide–recycling revolution

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57 Comments on "Scientists say we’re on the cusp of a carbon dioxide–recycling revolution"

  1. Antius on Sun, 1st Apr 2018 12:30 pm 

    An interesting electrical vehicle concept from Sweden. This would not be workable for small vehicles, but clearly works well for large trucks and maybe coaches and buses.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mBwvQwzBxjk

  2. Anonymouse1 on Sun, 1st Apr 2018 12:38 pm 

    Narrativeman, you are so full of shit it is pathetic.

    Think of the children? Seriously, from you? (again). You are so lazy and pathetic you can’t even be bothered to type something about all those poor fossil-fuel deprived children yourself. The best you can do are direct cut and pastes.

    When you are not nerve-gassing russian double agents, do you moonlight for UNICEF on the side?

    They sure don’t make shills like they used to, do they narrativeman?

  3. Davy on Sun, 1st Apr 2018 12:45 pm 

    weasel, STFU, you stupid anti-American Canadian. Can’t you stupid Canadians do more than stalk and prick Americans?

  4. Davy on Sun, 1st Apr 2018 12:49 pm 

    “An interesting electrical vehicle concept from Sweden.”

    Great technology, Antius. It would be something that could work in the US considering our long distance interstate system and our reliance on road transport.

  5. Antius on Sun, 1st Apr 2018 3:17 pm 

    “Great technology, Antius. It would be something that could work in the US considering our long distance interstate system and our reliance on road transport”

    Indeed. I don’t know what sort of infrastructure costs this would incur, but it would at least be energy efficient. A good solution where large amounts of freight need to be transported between hubs.

    For smaller vehicles a different solution would be needed. Maybe some sort of live rail embedded within the road.

    Road electrification would appear to work well for heavy freight vehicles, where the inside lane of a highway can be electrified using an overhead cable. It doesn’t appear to work so well for smaller vehicles.

  6. Davy on Sun, 1st Apr 2018 3:34 pm 

    Antius, the key for this technology in the US is the hybrid versatility. These trucks can leave the electrified highway to make their drop offs then move back to the electrified highway for its main power to resume long distance runs. I see this as the most effective application of electrified truck transport in the US market. We have a number of main highways that could be electrified for hybrid truck transport.

  7. energy investor on Sun, 1st Apr 2018 8:11 pm 

    Keith Mclary

    I have no investments that relate to one position or another on climate change. I am still struggling to try to figure out the IPCC position and the fact I understand the logic of the solar scientists position, doesn’t mean I would invest money there. I am just happy that the arguments over global warming are likely to be settled soon – either by cooling or in default by warming. I suppose most of my money is in renewable energy, but that is based on analysis of individual targets.

    It doesn’t seem to matter whether you invest in wind, solar, nukes or oil…there are still plenty of ways to lose your money it seems.

    lol

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