Economists and politicians are often found putting more faith in technical progress than actually technically adept people do. Hope springs eternal. It’s a shame to neglect the possible role of technical progress in getting us out of our difficulties. Perhaps we should be rethinking our pessimism.
746 watts per Horsepower outdated
written by free energy now , April 18, 2007Bruce
Your comments in compairing the car to cold fusion means that you’re assuming that technology can’t change the 746w/hp. Is it at all possible that the cars engines are more efficient then your calculations allow for. There are also ways of using capacitors to increase efficiency in heavy load conditions. Technology is changing my friend, and in a lot of situations the nubers just don’t add up. My friend has designed a heater which can run indefinitly after a couple of days of being pluged in. He heats his whole house with them, no they don’t use cold fusion, just an ingenious design. So just because you can’t figure out the math, doesn’t mean it’s immposible. Peace out
That’s the way to do it. Now we’re really talking progress!