Hmmm, this would make a more sense if the question was “why are we burning so much to produce energy? We burn so much to produce energy because as our energy needs grew we found that coal and other fossil-fuel based energies were the most cost-effective means of producing electricity. On top of that the advent of the carburetor for the gasoline engine made that the most cost-effective means of transportation in the early 1900’s. Instead of continuing to innovate from there, we stuck with what we thought worked.
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