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Comment: Re:Reduced Carbon Cycling in Austin (Score 1) 542

by nmonsey (#37090820) Attached to: What's the Carbon Footprint of Bicycling?
I live in Scottsdale, and my ten mile one way ride is great. The temperature is frequently over 110 degrees with a low temperature of 85 degrees. If you obey the laws, ride on the correct side of the road, traffic is not a problem. Riding home when it is 115 degrees is a great way to lose weight for a few hours. Texas has some great warm weather rides http://www.hh100.org/ After a little acclimation, and proper training, riding when it is warm is possible.

Comment: More Information on fuel cells. (Score 4, Informative) 562

by nmonsey (#31235598) Attached to: Fuel Cell Marvel "Bloom Box" Gaining Momentum
Here is a quote from the EETimes article. "The resultant Bloom Boxes are not inexpensive today— about $750,000 for a unit capable of running a household (about four to six units are needed to run a typical data center). But within five to 10 years the company promises to reduce the price to as little as $3,000" These fuel cell are not being mass produced yet. Please read about fuel cells before making any judgments about the technology. http://www.fuelcelltoday.com/online/news http://www.fuelcells.org/news/updates.html There are many other companies working on similar fuell cells for homes and vehicles that have already been in use for several years.

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