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Old Posted Sep 11, 2019, 2:10 AM
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Originally Posted by chris08876 View Post
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Of course, that I agree. I think investment in material sciences will go a long way. Overtime, it may reduce our reliance on such fossil fuels including oil.

The key is how we segregate such usage. But the issue is that some people want to get rid of it point blank, which is fundamentally wrong. But hey... what can you do lol? Yah try to tell them, and they don't listen or possibly do research.
But Berkeley is not getting rid of natural gas point blank. They are eliminating it from new building construction. There will be natural gas still used in Berkeley for decades to come.
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