August 17, 2008 10:19pm CST
Is there any alternative for gasoline? I think today the gasolise prizes become more expensive. If we can produce gasoline from water perhaps there is no energy crisis...hopely.
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25 Sep 08
I learned something interesting this morning: Throwing away an aluminum can is likened unto pouring out six gallons of gasoline (just an interesting tid bit). They are currently using veggie oil to replace diesel this I know. I know you can convert your car from a combustible engine to electric (check out EV America or any EV conversion sites). I think the conversion cost range is $2,000-$6,000. We are only dependant on oil because we constantly feed our addiction to it and the only way to break free from it is just to do it. I don't know about you but me personally I don't wish to be addicted to anything and allow another to control my life. Just think about the implications "America is addicted to oil".
18 Aug 08
From water? That is very impossible. Yes, you can have hydrogen running cars. They are also running buses on fuel cells that implement the very use of ionized water. Certain countries, like Pakistan, uses Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as an alternative to petrol. Solar cars are there but not feasible for general public to buy. Biofuel causes more trouble than it actually resolves.