Considering I’m selling my car to my brother next month for a number of reasons (he needs it, I can get around on public transportation, having a car is SUPER expensive), maybe this article from Wired about the next-gen car batteries shouldn’t be of that much interest to me. With the dependence our country has on oil, I wish this was a bigger deal in our country, but sadly, it is not. Oil brings in a lot of money for a lot of people, so you know why people are resistant. And with the introduction of the Tesla this year, we know it is possible to build a high performance electric-powered car. So, when are car corporations going to suck it up and think more pro actively about building only electric cars?