I'm with you on the nuke plants, not so much the electric cars.  Ridding the 
world of coal fired power plants would be a great thing, but there is so much 
oil and gas in the ground that internal combustion transportation will be very 
economical for decades and maybe centuries to come.
Max Dillon
Charleston SC
'87 300TD
'95 E300

On June 17, 2015 5:30:42 PM EDT, Rich Thomas via Mercedes 
<mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:
>Actually, I am thinking that building more base-load nukes and having 
>distributed batteries (including in charging cars at night) around so 
>that more baseload plants can keep cranking at a steady efficient pace 
>around the clock, then dumping that power back into the grid or your 
>building/office/whatever during high demand or using it in a car, would
>make some sense, while also having chemical power in a hybrid mode.
>On 6/17/15 5:17 PM, G Mann via Mercedes wrote:
>> Solar powered practical electric vehicle.. Fantasy.
>> Oil powered practical internal combustion vehicle ... Reality.
>> Any further questions?
>> Thanks you for sharing your fantasies with us Andrew ...
>> By all means.. follow your dreams.. some day, lead may become gold by
>> principles of magic..
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