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$3.50 TO $3.75 unless the economy slows way down, which it will but I think there will be a temporary boom because of the vaccine that will hold off the crash for a year or so.

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If it goes to $4/gallon, the power grid will struggle with all the new EVs.
 

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Good - maybe we get the nuclear conversation going again.

Clean air? EVs? sounds like a job for nuclear.

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It will be higher. Biden wants to raise the federal gas tax.
 

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He is closing the Keystone pipeline, get gas now.
 

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(Good - maybe we get the nuclear conversation going again.

Clean air? EVs? sounds like a job for nuclear.

DH)

you will have more luck getting them to run on UNICORN FARTS !
 

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you will have more luck getting them to run on UNICORN FARTS !
You know, we're probably pretty close to being able to create unicorns... a few tweaks to a gazelle genome, and *presto*.

And yes, that might happen sooner than widespread adoption of nuclear.

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I'll guess $2.75 a gallon.
I think the economy will gradually improve for the next year to 2 years, and then the impact of the Democrats' new over-regulation and over-taxation of businesses will kick in.
 

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P.S. Just for the record, this week in the vicinity of Cumming Georgia gas stations were selling standard self-serve 87 octane unleaded for $2.12 to $2.19 per gallon.
 

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You know, we're probably pretty close to being able to create unicorns... a few tweaks to a gazelle genome, and *presto*.

And yes, that might happen sooner than widespread adoption of nuclear.

DH
Heh, cloven hoofed unicorns!

There are only a few ways to keep up with growing energy demands: nuclear has to happen, everybody has to suddenly use less energy than their parents, or there has to be a mass human die-off. My heat pump and LED lighting puts me ahead of my parents...but there are few billion people on the internet that weren't at the era I'm comparing for my parents, so no amount of savings can adequately cover overall growth in demand.
 

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Mr. Fusion, the home energy reactor!
It can even power early 1980's automobiles, and their accessories, like a flux capacitor that demands 1.21 gigawatts.
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Does it have a Heisenberg Compensator built in or is that a separate purchase add on?

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