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I agree. The supply of fossil fuels is limited. When China hits the market demanding fuel for its citizens, the demand will be even greater. It's just a matter of time before the price of oil skyrockets to over $100/barrel. The amount of money the U.S. is spending on the Iraq war can fund research into alternative/renewable fuels. With financial incentives to push industry in this direction, alternative fuels would become a reality within decades. Electric cars is the step in the right direction because of low emissions. However, it's still created by nuclear power. Fuel cell technology, solar, wind, geothermic, etc. can be researched for not only transportation, but to heat, cool and run the power to our homes and businesses. This should be a big step in the war on terror--cut the dependence on foreign oil.