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Currently, most commercially available hydrogen is collected by reforming natural gas with steam. That means fossil fuels are still in the mix, which is a serious black mark against hydrogen use for fuel. While it's possible to extract hydrogen from water, the process is rather energy intensive and isn't yet commercially viable.

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While perusing "the internets" for green-like automotive news, I stumbled upon a post about making batteries using various components, including urine. Urea is already in use for the BlueTec system in diesel cars and trucks, how about a hybrid with a urea tank for "rechargeable" batteries. Would this be the answer for all those complaining about the limited range of hybrid cars? Kill two birds with one stone: stop for a potty-break and top-up the batteries!

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