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Your after a debate while closing your eyes and implying I'm uninformed.That's exactly what it is not. Money have been flowing into this for a hundred years. It's simply a hard nut to crack.
It's hard to beat oil that literally jumps out of the ground and has a damn good energy density. We'll have to beat that, it's just hard to do it.
Anyone uninformed on the subject think they'll see a radical change in about a decade. I've been hearing that ever since I was a kid. It's almost up there with flying cars.
A tough nut-. Obviously
B the gift oil horse - Obviously
Open your F@#£@ eyes your typing on a system attached to a network, in my lifetime, only a blind tit would declare no progress on the Fledgling materials science, transistors were one of it's first , greatest material science successes.
Compared to it we have been shaping stone for thousands of years and built many great things.