Fuel from the air—possible, but still too expensive

One way or another, the gas we put in our vehicles in 25 years’ time will probably not come out of the ground.

Wikimedia Photo: Aaron Lawrence
BP gas pumps in Greece.
Gwynne Dyer
Published: Tuesday, 10/23/2012 2:17 am EDT

Stockton-on-Tees, a small city in northeastern England, has only one claim to fame: the first railway tracks were made and laid in the city in 1822, and the first-ever train ran on those tracks in 1825.

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