While driving down the street we are killing the environment. We could switch all of our cars to electrical and have them run off of solar-powered technology. Instead of having to charge/ recharge we could have it outside and run it during the day and use the battery at night as well. As for blind people that rely on the source of sound to cross the street safely we could install a noise like sound that sounds like a car to not confuse the blind. All-in-all It would be a great idea. Im sure it can get done considering that we already have electrical powered vehicles and houses that run on solar power energy. Gives your thoughts and/or reasons why this is a good or bad idea. Thanks!
As for places like Alaska and so on they could have the option of it charging through an outlet. As for you fathers project, when the H2O is separated from its molecules then it wouldn’t be reused throughout the water cycle.
Best reply by VooDooSubs:
Of course it’s a good idea, anything have to do with helping the enviroment is a way foward, but solar power is very inconsistant. If it’s raining and cloudy for several days, only 30-40% of sunlight could be getting through and that’s barely enough to charge a car battery. In other parts of the world, Alaska and Parts of Canada for example, they have 6 months of day and 6 months of night. Would it be fair to rid them of a vehicle for 6 months since there is no sunshine to charge the battery? And if you also had it set up to where it charges the battery in your house, that costs twice as much as buying a tank of gas. It’s a good idea, but has some flaws. My father is currently working on a car that will be powered by H20. Hopefully he makes something of it.
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If we want a renewable resource for a way to get transportation why not use solar power?