Via The Big ContrarianThe Hydrogen Hoax

The Queen in Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass says that she could believe “six impossible things before breakfast.” Such an attitude is necessary to discuss the hydrogen economy, since no part of it is possible.

Be warned: quite a long article. 

I am searching for something equivalent for the solar energy crowd.   I want pointers for some study that estimates the cost and energy that would have to be expended on creating the solar panels and the effect it will have on global warming, what ills will be wrought by mining for the raw material (sand? anything else?) to make solar panels, the surface area that will be needed to erect the panels and whether we have enough surface area, and all.