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Author:  Fosgate [ Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:01 am ]
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Johhny Electriglide wrote:
But even if every woman on earth stopped having children from this day forward, there would still not be a 3 or 2 or 4 percent annual reduction in population.


In 0-9 months, the last of the babies would be born, yes. After that, the rate of death wouldn't exceed 4%?

Author:  Wayne Stollings [ Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:33 am ]
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Or go to hyrogen storage cells. They can be filled with solar power during the day when there is a greater abundance of energy production and used for transportation. The cells would be similar to standard fuel storage tanks except they were for low pressure gas.

Author:  Johhny Electriglide [ Fri Jul 20, 2012 4:44 pm ]
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Fosgate wrote:
Johhny Electriglide wrote:
But even if every woman on earth stopped having children from this day forward, there would still not be a 3 or 2 or 4 percent annual reduction in population.


In 0-9 months, the last of the babies would be born, yes. After that, the rate of death wouldn't exceed 4%?

In "Babbling Green" I read that there are roughly 130 million births per year and 50 million deaths. So that is roughly .7%.
Of course, in a famine the death rate goes way up, and people call it the coming age of famine, and world depression much worse than the 1930s.
Then, really the most evil org is Obama and the admin;
https://www.numbersusa.com/content/node/14582
More overpopulation=more pollution and depletion=more poverty

Author:  warmair [ Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:03 pm ]
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Fosgate wrote:
warmair wrote:
It should be possible to have lanes on the free ways dedicated to recharging the vehicles as they travel in them. In other words refuelling on the go.


You know those tanks folks use in their gas grills? When they use them up, they simply return the empty tank and exchange it for a full one. We employ a similar principle in manufacturing with electrically powered industrial vehicles--forklifts, tuggers, etc. Like a store of readily available, full gas tanks, we keep a bank of charged/charging batteries. The batteries are interchangeable with several vehicle types. Larger ones use two or more at a time. There is no vehicle downtime waiting for batteries to charge, only swapping them out, like filling a gas tank.

Have one, perhaps a few universal battery sizes and it sounds like a practical solution for cars and trucks to me.


I am aware of that but batteries still pose a number of problems. First of all is range you may not necessarily be close to change over station when the power runs low. You will probably have to stop more frequently than with a conventional vehicle to refuel. Even lithium batteries add a fair amount of weight to the vehicle, this idea would allow the use of lower capacity batteries and therefore mean less weight to move about. With my suggestion you do not have to have any down time for the vehicle or batteries while it is recharging nor do we need to waste space and time, on numerous change over battery stations.
The biggest advantage would be for commuters in big cities and no it does not solve all the problems with eclectic vehicles but I think it might well have a fair bit going for it.
I guess the implementation would be fairly straight forward basically the vehicle becomes one half of a transformer with the other half buried in the road. There are electronic tag systems for toll roads and various types of smart meters available so I don't think the payment system would be a problem.

Author:  Fosgate [ Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:08 pm ]
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warmair wrote:
I guess the implementation would be fairly straight forward basically the vehicle becomes one half of a transformer with the other half buried in the road. There are electronic tag systems for toll roads and various types of smart meters available so I don't think the payment system would be a problem.


I agree. It's a cool idea.

Author:  warmair [ Fri Jul 20, 2012 7:27 pm ]
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Johhny Electriglide wrote:
Fosgate wrote:
Johhny Electriglide wrote:
But even if every woman on earth stopped having children from this day forward, there would still not be a 3 or 2 or 4 percent annual reduction in population.


In 0-9 months, the last of the babies would be born, yes. After that, the rate of death wouldn't exceed 4%?

In "Babbling Green" I read that there are roughly 130 million births per year and 50 million deaths. So that is roughly .7%.
Of course, in a famine the death rate goes way up, and people call it the coming age of famine, and world depression much worse than the 1930s.


Minor problem here and that is that as we age the death rate increases eventually reaching a hundred percent. So no babies means after 120 years no more people. In fact no babies would mean guaranteed extinction for humans after about 50 years.

Author:  Fosgate [ Sat Jul 21, 2012 7:48 am ]
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Johhny Electriglide wrote:
Fosgate wrote:
Johhny Electriglide wrote:
But even if every woman on earth stopped having children from this day forward, there would still not be a 3 or 2 or 4 percent annual reduction in population.


In 0-9 months, the last of the babies would be born, yes. After that, the rate of death wouldn't exceed 4%?

In "Babbling Green" I read that there are roughly 130 million births per year and 50 million deaths. So that is roughly .7%.
Of course, in a famine the death rate goes way up, and people call it the coming age of famine, and world depression much worse than the 1930s.


warmair wrote:
Minor problem here and that is that as we age the death rate increases eventually reaching a hundred percent.


Of course it's 100% in the end. However, the rate as we get there fluctuates based on whatever the population's age distribution is after the last baby is born. For example, a population that is 90% in their 60's or greater would start dying sooner at a much faster rate than one that was 90% in their 30's.

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