Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Annotation #8

Levy, Dawn. "Researchers envision a hydrogen economy, fueled by wind and new technology." Stanford Report. 24 April 2007.

Dawn Levy, one of the authors from Stanford University, described the distinctions of hydrogen-fueled cars to appeal to the readers who enjoy comparing results and finding reliable data from surveyed research. No age group could be intended, but children younger than sixth grade could have a hard time understanding some of the paragraphs. My other articles so far have proclaimed a lot of information that would be true if a hydrogen-economy was established, but Levy takes the issue into serious consideration and weighs out the possibilities for hydrogen-alternative cars. This article illuminates the fact that the use of hydrogen automobiles is possible and is fast and coming if the programs are pushed forward.

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