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|25th October 2005, 15:39||#3|
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this car takes refined metal and then oxidises it to produce hydrogen. Now metal refining is not free.
It costs energy and labour etc., etc.,
Another of those foolish ideas which lead nowhere.
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|25th October 2005, 15:59||#4|
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Refining metals cause far more environmental damage then burning oil.
I think magnisium is a highly reactive metal, isnt it? like sodium. And used by military in magnisium flares.
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