This would provide an immediate, short-term solution to the problem of rush-hour traffic jams and accidents that clog our highways nationwide. In the long term, we should invest in other means of mass transportation, such as elevated trains and extended metro lines.
This problem should have been addressed decades ago. We need to do everything possible now to conserve the energy we have available, increase our domestic supply and reduce our dependence on foreign oil.
Our energy problem demands an immediate, bipartisan solution. If all of us work together, we can implement a sound energy policy and alleviate the burden on all of our citizens.
“Renewable fuels” is not a plan. Where is the energy plan? When there is more land under cultivation for fuel than food production with a growing population, the system is going to collapse.
We need a viable source of fuel that has the same potential energy and storage utility as a tank of gasoline. If they can create an environment to send an astronaut through the vacuum of space, land on the moon and then return, then they can also create an energy source for the future.
It is not biofuels — not unless it is waste products. Where are solar cells and lightweight batteries that can take a car 500 miles on a charge?
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