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One thing we have learnt this week – solar fuels

Bill Gates recently visited a lab developing solar fuels at Caltech.  Readers of this blog will know that I’m not a great fan of the so called hydrogen economy.  The problem with hydrogen is that has a very low energy … Continue reading

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The hydrogen economy myth-part 3

In two posts we had a look at the background science which is necessary to consider the question of the hydrogen economy myth.  Looking at the laws of thermodynamics suggests this idea does not add up.  Beyond these further inherent … Continue reading

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The hydrogen economy myth-part 2

In the last post we had a look at the background science which is necessary to consider the question of the hydrogen economy.  Before we look at the issue of cell efficiency and some of the other problems we need … Continue reading

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Is endless growth possible?

I was going to blog about something else today but then I read an article by Chris Huhne suggesting endless growth maybe possible.  I just had to respond.  We looked at the question of whether endless growth possible in our … Continue reading

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