Posted by Curbie on February 25, 2012, 7:41 pm
Right... the cost of compressed air may depend on its use in
La-La-Land, but NOT here in reality.
Seek psychiatric help, you're non compos mentis.
Posted by News on February 26, 2012, 12:09 am
How is La-La's president these days? TV good there?
Posted by Curbie on February 26, 2012, 1:12 am
Care to explain your latest delusion, of how the cost of compressing
air "depends on its use"? Are you giving up NOT doing the holy grail
of GEET, so you can NOT do the holy grail of "free air" cars?
A delusion is a belief held with absolute conviction despite superior
Seek psychiatric help you're non compos mentis.
Posted by News on February 26, 2012, 9:25 am
Sums you up. Therapy is your answer. Please get some. Do you watch Harry
Posted by News on February 19, 2012, 9:49 am
The problem is that people are too narrow minded and easy swayed by big
corps. The biggest example of this is the piston IC engine. It is a
Victorian dog that only uses 20% of the energy in the tank. It is totally
unacceptable. Many great idea can come about to replace it. Many in
concept, and simulation, are much superior. When pros and cons are assessed
they are still vastly superior. Yet the big corps do nothing.
Then the "sit on our hands and do nothing", crew retort to, "if it was any
good the big auto companies would have made them by now". The vast majority
of cars in the world are made by a handful of companies and most trend to
look the same - as if in league with each other. The big corps have openly
stated they will not adopt new technology unless there existing plant can
make it - most of the same parts bin.
In the essential engine, only the Russians with their proposed "rotary vane
engine" incorporated in a hybrid also using supercapacitors, offer any
advancement - Even the body is advanced composites. See thread on that for
info. That appears to be a very serious project with the Russian president
driving a prototype for promotional reasons - he would not be used a stooge
for lost cause.
Apart from this Russian initiate, only Toyota looked ahead and did
something, setting the current scene in hybrids, which is getting better and
To "sit on our hands and do nothing" is not an option. To dance to the tune
of the corporations is not an option.