Since Xeno/Shorty is incapable of debating essential intrinsic limitations of the natural-gas vehicle paradigm (one might refer to these as externalities. Or perhaps collateral insufficiency) then why don't you? It seems that Xeno/Shorty would rather delegate.KingM wrote:Can you guys please stop with the childish taunts and insults and start discussing your differences like rational adults?
How would you create the necessary NG infrastructure for all regional transport, and not just urban areas currently supplied with dense NG supply lines? What is your solution to the costly energy overhead required to compress and recompress NG during fillups and for remote transport? It seems this is an unsurmountable problem. The Xeno/Shorty/Troll refuses to address these questions, except to post JPG's of bankrupt home compressors that never made it (and never will make it) to the consumer/end-user market. Any ideas?