Originally Posted by airiox
lol like your assumptions no hydrogen are manufactured and false. It is very stabel under the correct situations. I doubt the government would allow car manufacturers to sell hydrogen cars if they were so dangerous. LOL
Car manufacturers are being allowed to produce technology that would maintain hydrogen as viable. Hydrogen cars are not safe and have been deemed unsafe by the federal government. I also never said none exist. Clearly they do, however they are very dangerous if you get into an accident. you are speaking falsely. Here are some sources:
"Surprisingly the federal government has begun to study the safety issues involved with hydrogen vehicles far in advance of their becoming an everyday realty. We applaud the government’s efforts since almost anyone could figure out driving around on a hydrogen gas tank may be dangerous. But at least they’re also looking at how the gas would be delivered which is a major obstacle to a feasible hydrogen car economy. As I understand it, it still takes fossil fuels to create hydrogen. That doesn’t seem too alternative to me. If we already have clean cars now, hybrids popping up like bunnies and innovations like multi-displacement systems, hydrogen almost seems less sensible. Safety is just one factor that will make a switch to hydrogen cars unlikely anytime soon."
The federal government has issued warnings against hydrogen cars as the technology is just not safe enough. Maybe for buses it is, but that is because the engine is heavily shielded.
So basically you crash it, you blow up half a city block. That simple. That's why the Governor of California wouldn't drive a hydrogen car more then a few blocks. It also takes fossil fuels to produce hydrogen, so it would be really retroactive..
So yes I speak correctly, once again.
And that is why its so high not cuz of crude oil prices but because of your inferior refinery network.
This is wrong because most of America's fuel is refined in the middle east. Why? Because most of America's refineries are 25 years old+. Same thing goes with Europe. And it moreso has to do with taxes, not because of a supposed inferior refinery network (which is debateable).