Looking at an alternative future
Since: Aug 07
#1 Oct 6, 2011
Synthetic fuels have a much better chance since the distribution and dispensing systems are already in place. The main problem with electric/battery vehicles other then limited range, is that massive grid and power plant construction would have to occur to meet increased demand, not to mention the increased pollution.
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