RE: This is what I've been trying to tell everyone.Apr 29th, 2006
So to get around an oil crisis, you propose we burn oil to power the conversion of H2O into usable hydrogen fuel?
And you propose we replace gas stations with hydrogen fuel filling infrastructure (another big energy hit)?
Even water is finite and it takes a tremendous amount of energy to convert water to hydrogen!
Water that is clean enough to drink is especially finite
(I'm talking about naturally clean water that has been filtered through the wetlands and forests that produce the purest water, not the chlorinated chemically treated municipal water which is produced from a huge waste of energy and resources.)
It also takes a tremendous amount of energy to recycle all the gas cars into hydrogen powered cars!
I really don't see that as a solution.
Growing food on the moon? Are you crazy? Don't you realize the physical properties of the moon cannot grow plants?
There is no technological solution to overpopulation, because as Caracal Kid said, the earth has a finite amount of resources available.