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Electric Cars, Elon Musk, Negative Externalities and Incentives Best Explained and Why Hydrogen Is Not Feasible

Hydrogen is not exactly feasible due to the following article.

Time To Come Clean About Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles


"Currently, the majority of hydrogen (∼95%) is produced from fossil fuels by steam reforming or partial oxidation of methane and coal gasification with only a small quantity by other routes such as biomass gasification or electrolysis of water." - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_production

Ultimately, if hydrogen is going to be used as a fuel source for powering our future cars, we will still "need" industrial or commercial or governmental interventions (ICGI) for the system to work. If the simpler purely electric motor is going to be used, such as the Tesla's AC induction motor, we will only need battery cells from industry, commerce or government. There can be technically much less "mining" involved. By the way, we can also source our battery power from solar panels or other alternative sources, such as hydroelectric streams. If the battery cells become truly robust and enduring, the required ICGI will be much less for AC induction motor-powered cars than for hydrogen-fueled cars, unless hydrogen production becomes a simple backyard/household process by some breakthrough phenomenon.

The next article is a lengthy and tremendously comprehensive investigation on the economics and feasibility of electric cars with a healthy injection of humorous commentary and very educational historical insights.

How Tesla Will Change The World