20 Dec 2008
I live in London, have travelled much both around the UK and other parts of our world.
Not too sure about public transport in other areas, as I only travelled in bursts (When I had to)
As for transport in London, the CCTV would come in handy? and can the new tinted windows be scratched into with a name tag?? Air conditioning sounds great. I can only hope it keeps us all cool and Calm.
Bio fuels? I think we are being brainwashed into believing it to be better??
Having studied the present and likely future result/outcomes in use of bio fuels (Cooking oil)
There are millions of trees being destroyed to make way for Palm oil trees.
and my logic should tell us all that - if the present fossil fuels we are using leave dust and dirt on our building and flora, would it be wrong to assess the situation (after some 10/15 years of all using bio (cooking oil) fuels) That all would be Instead covered in cooking oil?? Creating an even bigger problem in the long term.
For at the moment rain washes much of the dirt and dust off off plants & trees.
Will Bumbble bees and other winged insects be able to fly through the air if it is clogged with cooking oil?what effect will it have for humans, constantly breathing in fine molecules of cooking oil. Not forgetting there will be less oxygen once so many trees have been chopped down to make space for oil producing.
I hope we end up charging up batteries with wind or solar, when at home or on arrival at our destination. For the actuel journey, we could fit a split-pie system (This is a new product on the market that few know of)
If fitted to a car it works by, when you drive down hills (They do not have to be big deviations) it generates the energy to drive up hills, it even generates while on flat rds. Hence keeping the -already fully charged batteries charged up enough to just top them up at some time. Via alternative energy sources other than the main grid. I guess we are all looking at pandora and her box that was empty of all but hope.
Lets hope they are going to be fantastic. After all, one way or another we will be paying for them.