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'We've Come a Long Way and Have a Long Way to Go' -- Ford Reports its Environmental Progress Across Business

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There is increasing evidence that sound or resonance can boil water. :clapping: When this technology is developed it will replace coal, oil, gas, and nuclear fuel used to boil water.  :thumbsup:This should make electric cars very affordable to drive.  Some ancient technologies used sound to generate power. :worship::shift: These understandings are now just beginning to be understood.  It is likely that the use of these ancient technologies may eventually be used on board electric cars to partially generate the power needed to run the car.  It is likely that in the future a technological grid based upon ancient but advanced technologies could be built to power the car as it is driven.  :woot:

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