i got Caveman John in a real pickle of contradictions and lies and i am going to enjoy watching the "dumbass" (his word not mine) try to get out of this.
He keeps posting about the fact that hybrids today only are 1% of worldwide sales as if that means they arent going to "takeover" the auto market in future years. He claims hybrids will not be economically or technologically viable for 20 more years and also seems to claim they will NEVER be viable. He further claims that hydrogen autos will be the eventual winner.
In case you havent been following the other thread (LOL) here are John's 2 "famous" comments on the subject.
1. "I will say that hybrids will not be economically (viable) for at least 10 to 20 years. I will also say something i have been saying in PM's to people, that I DONT THINK THEY EVER BE BECAUSE I THINK HYDROGEN WILL HAVE COME TO BE THE REPLACEMENT FOR THEM ALL."
2. "Here is a perfect example of what i have been saying for the longest time (that the technology (for hybrids) is not there yet AND WONT BE FOR ABOUT 20 YEARS)."
So here is the question that i think John owes us an answer to. If the technology for hybrids wont be there for 20 years and they wont be economically viable for 10 to 20 years (huh? how could they be economically viable before they are technologically viable? I quibble. Anyway...) and hydrogen cars will be the replacement for them all, then when will Hydrogen cars have to reach even 1% of worldwide sales to back your thesis?
Come on John show some integrity and answer the question.
But the dumbass pussy shithead (his words not mine) will not answer.