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Re: compressed air shared taxis

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  • hhowderd
    -- Ann: Actually, this is an unfortunate development, being parallel to what happened in the Paris suburbs in the 1870s when they reinvented the steam engine !
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 31, 2006
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      Ann:

      Actually, this is an unfortunate development, being
      parallel to what happened in the Paris suburbs in the
      1870s when they reinvented the steam engine !

      Reheating the air is going BACKWARDS.

      The sustainable solution to the problem of how to stay
      warm in winter transit is for each passenger to contribute
      to the maintenance of the air pressure by physical
      exertion.

      The sustainable compressed air transporter is thus much more
      appropriate in colder climates. Dry is good; therefore
      the common situation of climates both cold and dry at the
      same time is good.

      Catch you in Minnesota !

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      howard finch, Karl Bevins, mentor
      all rights reserved



      - In xTransit@yahoogroups.com, "ann_hackett" <ann_hackett@...> wrote:
      >
      > Eric recently posted an article about the state of greenhouse gas
      >
      > reduction. Clearly change is in order. Compressed air
      transportation
      >
      > vehicles such as those demonstrated at:
      >
      > http://www.theaircar.com/index.html
      >
      > can facilitate the reduction in greenhouse gases.
      >
      > Imagine if a majority of personal use cars in cities were replaced
      with
      >
      > a combination of BRT, compressed air Shared Taxis,bicycles,and
      walking.
      >
      > Ann Hackett
      >
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