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Re: natural gas

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Posted by buickandeere on November 14, 2012 at 04:34:09 from (

In Reply to: Re: natural gas posted by Ron Wagner on November 13, 2012 at 18:02:07:

We see you single minded , blinkered and blinded advocates or zealots for any and every cause.
Getting to the practical side and obeying the laws of physics.
Modern coal plants run cheaper than gas and are clean. Why portray a coal plant from the 1940's?
Not every building or machine is connected to a NG pipeline.
Ever calculate the energy required to compress 4500 psi NG. Then the size, weight and short range limit applications to buses, trains and ships.
Don't waste out time either telling us that cryogenic storage is practical for vehicles, airplanes, farm equipment etc.
Given your years of experience working inside a variety of nuclear plants. You are certainly qualified to comment on the industry.
Electricity from nuclear supplies power to locations and industry that NG can not provide a practical supply.
Conversion of NG to alcohol using a catalist and nuclear
steam will provide an economical source of liquid energy for mobile machinery and vehicles..
NG has it's place and most of the applications are already utililized.
The current glut of cheap NG isn't forever either 5-10 years and the price will climb. There is centuries of coal and nuclear energy waiting to be harnessed.


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