When we run out of fossil fuels to make the various petrol we use, what do you predict the next...
common vehicle fuel source will be?
There are an untold number of different ideas floating about. Electric is probably the best, since if the energy is produced by renewable sources (wind, solar, etc...) it will be completely renewable. For liquid fuels there are any number of biofuels being experimented with - personally I happen to like the idea of algae bio fuels - but the jury is still out on those.
by infodetective 7 years ago
Did you think that Renewable energy can replace fossil fuels?
by pinappu 7 years ago
Within how many years do you think the fossil fuels like petroleum and coal will be spent ?Our modern civilization is depended on fossil fuels for supplying power. Cars use gas and electricity needs coal. We are spending the planet's store of coal and petroleum too fast. How many years more will go...
by Cassie Smith 7 years ago
You have to laugh. You've got our president pushing electric cars and here come's a TIME article siting a new study in Environmental Science & Technology saying that those electric cars aren't so clean after all. Apparently when they looked at the use of electric cars in China, the...
by Seckin Esen 6 years ago
Do you think that biofuels can replace fossil fuels?What are the advantages and disadvantages of biofuels?
by Readmikenow 5 months ago
Had a good discussion with a relative. She drives a large SUV and her husband owns a large pick-up truck. They fly for their work often. She and her family use quite a bit of fossil fuel during their daily lives. They are also strong believers in global warming. I told...
by apeksha 10 years ago
As the title suggests I am trying to convince, all you people to save fossil fuels. Can you Imagine world without petrol and diesel?As fuels, coals, petroleum are not renewable sources of energy like bagas, solar power, wind. We should keep thing in mind that, whenever we are using these fuels in...
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