Richard S. wrote:Neither do I Devil but I don't see the point of putting all your eggs in one basket.
I think we are all agreed on not " putting all your eggs in one basket." As Terry says, we need to push any & all energy sources to hopefully gain energy independence. (It's really amazing to me that we managed to split the atom in the early 1940's but that we have been unable to effectively & cheaply harness nuclear energy better in over 60 years!)
It seems to me that if we take the "Shotgun" approach to energy, something is bound to start to stand out as more promising than the others. Oil simply has to go as the basis of our economy!
I think we members of this forum are way ahead of our countrymen in pursuit of getting off oil! How about a little help, even if done temporarily until "cleaner" sources are developed? (Tax incentives, etc)
If I was President, I would push for tax incentives for any type
of alternatives from oil until such things as hydrogen fuel is available.....(Vote for me on 11/4!!