View Full Version : Atomic Zombie featured in Popular Science magazine

08-17-2012, 01:01 PM
08-17-2012 12:50 PM

Thanks to Gregory Mone, Science writer/novelist, contributing editor for contacting us to do a write up for the September issue. AtomicZombie loves Popular Science!

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08-17-2012, 11:11 PM
Cool! Nothing like getting the word out there.

08-18-2012, 12:07 PM
As I said earlier, I had to come to China to really learn how good peddle power mis.
I had ideas at high school on how to build peddle cars ( whoops--velomobiles) but did not have the technical know how to do it.
If I had read Brads works, I would have known that all the answers were out there--40 years ago!
Problem is that you can do some things in some places, but not all things in all places.
I could build and use a kyota criuser in Australia---I could not use it in China- it is too wide for the city bike lanes.
Some bike lanes are wider than your streets, but the narrow ones??????
The writing is on the wall, but only a few can read it--oil will run out.
I was in the oil industry in the late sixties, and we are already past the use by date predicted then!
We survive only because of new discoveries, and better extraction methods. There is a heap of oil out there, but most of it will take more than one barrel to get one barrel--at that stage--game over!
China used to be dependant on peddle power, and still is compared to the rest of the world, but the lessons are not being learnt.
Steve G