Sorry, didn't read syphrum's post properly. Could just have said "what syphrum said"...
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In the less temperate regions of the world (like Russia... ...)...
Passive solar gain can still be an issue in summer especially in countries with very cold winters, but sunny summers (Germany I believe is one). Also poor (ie. low) thermal mass of a building (or particularly it's roof space, especially if converted for extra rooms) can be a problem too.
We know that a great degree of energy is produced by a Hydrogen bomb. Even without utilizing the same process used within the bomb, certainly Hydrogen can cause quite an explosion within your automobile engine's combustion chambers
Water is basically comprised of explosive elements... Oxygen makes quite a "bang" also
Seems to suggest a "well, we know that's never going to happen" mindset.
I would like to see colonization of other planets and moons. But, it is unlikely there will ever be a mass migration away from Earth in the same way as people migrated from Europe to the USA or from the Eastern USA to the West. The transportation will be prohibitive to transport a billion people to another planet.
What, told by me, is wrong?