The battery toxic issue is a real one, but if that could be solved, they would be thrown on their @ss if they tried to sabotage cheap clean energy IMO.
Scientists really need to think out of the box about this.
I bet the answer is here already, we just aren't seeing it.
Scientists really need to think out of the box about this. I bet the answer is here already, we just aren't seeing it.IF it weren't for those pesky laws of physics, like the conservation of energy, and enthalpy and entropy we could 'probably' get away from doing the hard work of, well, doing 'work' to accomplish some goal, like transportation or turning a generator shaft and forcing electrons to flow through wires; short of implementing room temperaure super-conductivity and getting LENR/COld fusion reproducable economically, we're pretty much bound to the present technology found at Lowes or Home Depot, although improvements to existing technology occurs continuously ...