Here’s a post by Pierre on this thread who is posing a question that might be interesting to readers here.
Not sure if my question was answered, regarding is there enough nickel around to use ecats to replace oil. Would love it to be true through. Need to see the right math.
Seems reasonable that 10 billion people would need 1 billion ecats for all their power needs, and how many grams would these ecats need? We would need to dig it all out of the ground, transport it, etc….I mean, if I need a kilogram to power my lifetime, the. We need 10 billion kilograms, or rather 100 billion to cover several generations?
Nickel is finite and we aren’t going into space to get it.
Is there really 100 billion kilograms of nickel readily available on the planet?