Has anyone stopped to ask what would happen if there were more hydrogen in the atmosphere (or more water vapor)? Also, what would happen to low atmospheric wind patterns if wind was partially obstructed by massive wind farms?
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Re: Random thought on hydrogen cars and global warming
Many of the desert places are having a real hard time dealing with the increased humidity that comes with people planting lawns and building swimming pools and such. Just look at the huge airplane graveyard out near Tucson, AZ. Back when the humidity level was practically zero, nothing ever rusted. Now that normal human life has cranked it up to something like percentages in the 30's all the stuff is rusting up.
Convert all the cars to tea kettles and it will make for all kinds of problems, not the least of which would be the horribly stifling humidity outdoors.
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