Alternative Fuel Vehicles's questions - Spanish iziqna

Best answer: hopefully they bloom in adulthood and have all the fun they missed in school

Best small electric car?

11 answers · 4 weeks ago

Will this allow us to keep using internal combustion engines and jet engines?

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Best answer: Both are easily renewed, but the storage of liquid or gaseous hydrogen is significantly more costly and VASTLY MORE DANGEROUS than gasoline. Igniting hydrogen yields great power output, but if your engine malfunctions, it won't be a fire. It will be a bomb that takes out two or three cars around you. I think... show more

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Best answer: You probably could but you might not make it all the way.

Best answer: No. Just send him a tank full of coal emissions and make him breath it in. Then see how likes it after a few minutes (If he is still alive).

Best answer: why do you never cry about Japan hitting Pearl Harbor but Always cry over Hiroshima. ? You hit me..........I can assure'll be hitting the pavement next.

Best answer: The answer is obviously yes and only a complete idiot couldn't figure that out on their own.

Should cars switch from oil to LNG?

5 answers · 3 months ago
Best answer: yes, even cooking in kitchens of houses, hotels, mess, canteens should use natural gas instead of LPG cylinders. even power generation plants should try to use natural gas instead of coal and naptha. CH4 has highest ratio of Hydrogen to Carbon and emits only 1 mole of CO2 on complete combustion and no particulates... show more

Best answer: It's tough to say, but experts seem to be very optimistic about both hybrid and fully electric cars. On the one hand you have the petroleum industry. Many places are suffering from oil spills and leakages, especially in third world countries. Add to that the pollution created by processing the petroleum into... show more

Best answer: You'll need to do your own research on details, but here's a start. Electric cars have no point of use pollution, but they do require electricity for charging and in a lot of places, excess draw on the power grid is still supplied by burning coal. Not exactly environmentally friendly. Life span and battery... show more