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Tony HellerPLUS

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Technology That Makes Sense

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The key to moving forward with new energy sources is to get government, the press and academica out of the way of competent technologists.


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Uploaded 2 weeks ago  

September 14th 2022  

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Category: Politics







8 Comments

DreamSpaceMarvin

- a week ago  

People in Germany also gather wood from the forests. The EU wants to reduce the amount of allowed firewood in the energy mix.

Conspirit

- a week ago  

Why do so many people think credentials are required for someone to be intelligent?!?

David Benzollini

- a week ago  

Hey Tony, could you do a video about your excellent credentials. I beleive you are very qualified. Its not that you are just a voice but you also hold merit.

Bandit6

- a week ago  

So you deny Al Gore's credentials? So you have to ask Tony for credentials? Who the fuck do you think you are?

David Benzollini

- a week ago  

Tony is not just a voice but he has a background with solid research and facts! Just look at his credentials.

Truth Seeker

- 2 weeks ago  

This would solve the refueling (recharging) time problem. We have vehicles that were converted to run on natural gas. It should be straight forward to switch to hydrogen. Not sure what the increase or decrease in engine power output would be.

GordonVigurs

- 2 weeks ago  

Town gas used to be generated from water and coke and consisted mainly of hydrogen, with some carbon monoxide (which rendered it poisonous). This was stored in enormous gasholders. This technology was abandoned in the UK with the exploitation of natural gas (mainly methane). However, it is a very wasteful process. Using electrolysis to generate the gas isn't particularly efficient either, so we would probably be looking at about 30% overall efficiency. Hydrogen is proposed by people who claim to believe in the greenhouse effect yet are apparently oblivious of the fact that water vapour is the most potent greenhouse gas.

sailingspt

- 2 weeks ago  

Richard Feynman was correct. You are too, Tony.