Stephen Horace Wright.
Hydrogen is a vehicle for tranferring energy. It takes energy to get hydrogen. If making hydrogen makes sense, fine – but only if the energy for making it is not from hydrocarbons.
P.S. I would include one more mostly new item; the full conversion of the U.S from hydrocarbon-based energy to wind and solar.
I think the answer is not to build anything NEW (except maybe broadband infrastructure). Maintain and fix what’s already there, while gradually eliminating obsolete infrastructure.
Where’s the refund? Coming right up, sir, to the tune of billions.
No, just 95% of them.
RaT constantly besmirches the reputation of his fictional namesake.
And what does that have to do with my original comment?
Please clarify. What are you hinting at?
I still disagree, and it hinges on the word “values” (not law). Religion generally expresses a culture’s values, and can be the vehicle whereby values are translated into behavior, but I think calling them the source of those values is looking at it backwards.