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Since oil, coal, and natural gas are finite trucks need to run on something else. Hydrogen is an energy sink, not an energy source, and biomass doesn’t scale up. That leaves electricity, but battery or catenary trucks don’t look possible

The periodic table limits battery development

[ Since fossil fuels are finite, biomass doesn’t scale up, hydrogen is an energy sink, transportation in the future will need to be electrified, especially trucks, which are the most essential and important part of civilization, responsible for supply chains, … Continue reading

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Just 16,000 catenary trucks (out of 5.6 million) would use 1% of California’s electricity generation

We must electrify trucks since fuel from oil, coal, and natural gas is finite, and biomass doesn’t scale up.  Without transportation, electricity contraptions like wind turbines, solar facilities, and nuclear power plants can’t be built. A wind turbine, for example, … Continue reading

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