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Renewables and the environment.

moocow

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I hope it can stay out but with previous bird flu outbreak, as soon as migratory birds get sick, they spread fast.
 

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In the traditional electricity generation, water and steam are involved via a heat exchange process. I was thinking the heat trap needs to be transparent to some degree and building water loops within the contraction makes it less efficient or non functional.
 

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To be real, transporting glass probably cost more in fuel than plastic but reusing them is a lot easier. I remember watching a video on how Coke bottles are cleaned and sanitized. A relatively new counter to electric cars is that it's not actually solving the problem because we are just aiming for 1:1 replacing of ICE car instead of actually reducing the number of cars. This in itself is a problem for manufacturers and suppliers. Look at how the unions are gunning for contracts at unexisting battery plants. They know for sure EV will require less workers because they have fewer parts. Personally, I like my car, I hate transit and I hate other d-bag riders. It's sticky and smelly.
 

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