Morgan LaMoore wrote:
> I agree. However, if prices go up that much before we get alternative
> energy vehicles good enough to replace semi trucks, we'll have much
> worse things to worry about than consumer transportation - like how
> food is getting to grocery stores, or how poorer people can afford
> food that is driven to the store.
Not a problem. You can make those trucks run on Alcohol, propane, or
natural gas. We've seen the squeeze on gasoline once before(1973).
History tends to repeat itself(not change).
Here's the railroad contingency plan:
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