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  Fuel-cell  

The euphoria surrounding the Fuel-cell appears to be subsiding. The analysis of the Fuel-cell allows the following conclusions to be drawn:

  1. There are still many problems in the development of the Fuel-cell involving:

    1. The entire system of hydrogen production, distribution, storage and conversion;
    2. Very high costs,
    3. Limited service life,
    4. Etc.

  2. The ecological advantages of the hydrogen age are coming under more and more pressure:

    1. Recently, researchers have commented on the hydrogen economy because the concentration of hydrogen in the atmosphere will increase:

      • Computer models indicate that a series of chemical conversions resulting from the additional hydrogen could make the hole in the ozone layer deeper, larger and more tenacious. If that really could happen then the hydrogen economy is not as clean as its proponents are currently stating.

    2. Explosion hazard,
    3. Etc.

  3. The material, energy and emission flows will increase significantly during the “Production” and “End of Life” phases. The material flows are not renewable and as a result the supplies of raw materials will become further and more quickly exhausted.
  4. The CO2-Balance is, at best, CO2-Neutral but in practice it is CO2-Positive.
  5. The existing infrastructure cannot be used. The investments required worldwide are estimated at thousands of billions of euros.
  6. Etc.

  Electric-engine  

The electric engine seems to have been undergoing a revival in recent years. We can draw the following conclusions from the analysis of the electric engine as a drive concept for vehicles:

  1. The success is largely dependent on lithium. Recent research has revealed that:

    1. The world supply and potential sources show that there is only sufficient for a very limited number of electric vehicles.
    2. Approximately half of the world supply is in the hands of a nation that has no plans at all to sell at concessionary prices. 
    3. The increasing lithium production will destroy one of the world's most beautiful and unique ecosystems.

      • “Lilon powered cars are not “Green Cars” but environmentally destructive cars”.

         
  2. 6- to 10 times more energy is required to recycle lithium from batteries than any other method.
  3. There are similar problems for raw materials required for the strength and time stability of permanent magnets (such as Dysprosium and Neodymium). In addition, recycling is almost impossible.
  4. The material, energy and emission flows will increase significantly during the “Production” and “End of Life” phases. The material flows are not renewable and as a result the supplies of raw materials will become further and more quickly exhausted.
  5. The CO2-Balance is, at best, CO2-Neutral but in practice it is CO2-Positive.
  6. The existing infrastructure cannot be used. In order to solve the charging problem, concepts for changing the battery itself have even been proposed, amongst other things. In that case, the investment required worldwide would be enormous,
  7. High costs and weight,
  8. Limited range,
  9. Limited service life,
  10. Long charging times,
  11. Etc.
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conscience

"The human voice can never reach the distance that is covered by the still small voice of conscience."

Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)

Indian "Philosopher, internationally esteemed for his doctrine of nonviolent protes"

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vision

"The power of imagination created the illusion that my vision went much farther than the naked eye could actually see."

Nelson Mandela (1918 - XXXX)

South African "president, lawyer, nationalist"

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dicipline

"Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment."

Jim Rohn (1930 - 2009)

American “entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker”

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passion

"Only passions, great passions, can elevate the soul to great things."

Denis Diderot (1713 - 1784)

French author, "encyclopedist, & philosopher"

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