You mean him saying that or why hydrogen doesn’t work in a NG pipeline?Uh... what? Do you have a link? I want to know more.
Das Problem dabei ist, dass Wasserstoff die Festigkeit und Zähigkeit von Werkstoffen herabsetzen und zu einem spontanen oder auch zeitlich verzögerten Versagen von Komponenten führen kann. Bei der sogenannten Wasserstoffversprödung dringt atomarer Wasserstoff in das Gefüge von Metallen ein und schwächt die atomaren Bindungen, was zu Rissen und zu Brüchen führen kann.
Okay, that, but let's not be pedantic.
I personally believe that an oil pipeline in the same continent from a country that is a well known and extremely trusted ally that already provides most of the oil to the states was not that bad of an idea. Especially since you really no longer can trust countries such as Venezuela, which was the the third biggest exporter of oil to the states just a couple of years ago. This is before noting that other Biden policies are likely to reduce the US ability to generate its own supply.
The one executive order that made me happy is related though, as the Biden administration is rolling back the changes done by the previous one with regards to national monuments and halting the exploitation of land which would no longer be protected by the regulations applying to them. As a place which has diverse and plentiful natural beauty, it is important to preserve it in as much as it can be within reason.
Bwahaha, the current White House press secretary Jen Psaki is brilliant in shooting down sleazily asked questions!
I have an ever so slightly ever so subtle major crush on herBwahaha, the current White House press secretary Jen Psaki is brilliant in shooting down sleazily asked questions!
It's like he doesn't even know how to president. (Yes, I know I've made that joke elsewhere, but it's a good joke).An example of the kind of "sanity" I was expecting.