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Old 01-26-2012, 07:38 PM
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Default Universal Renewable Energy: Suitable Substitute for Morning Sex?

OK, maybe not morning sex, but fossil fuels, yes, or so says a researcher at Stanford. Supposedly, the cost of fossil fuels or not fossil fuels have reached a point of parity when considering all factors. This would be using technology that is current art. I wonder if this research has been peer reviewed in the one year interim since this article was published?


The world can be powered by alternative energy in 20-40 years, Stanford researcher says

A new study – co-authored by Stanford researcher Mark Z. Jacobson and UC-Davis researcher Mark A. Delucchi – analyzing what is needed to convert the world's energy supplies to clean and sustainable sources says that it can be done with today's technology at costs roughly comparable to conventional energy. But converting will be a massive undertaking on the scale of the moon landings. What is needed most is the societal and political will to make it happen.
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