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Offline Snowcrash
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Re: Rethinking Electricity


Found this, not heard of aluminium air batteries before. Recharging batteries is way more convenient than swapping out an aluminium cathode but this technology is sure to have its place.


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Found this, not heard of aluminium air batteries before. Recharging batteries is way more convenient than swapping out an aluminium cathode but this technology is sure to have its place.

I agree with you Snowy.

Also want to correct something she said in the video:

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"98% of Lithium-ion batteries end up in land fill"
That statement is incorrect.
Every single car manufacturer has an end-of-life reusing/recycling scheme.  

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