Good luck with that greed thing...it never happens here.<quoted text>
All American movies have a happy ending ... something must be wrong if the Jew died on that movie. Are you sure that movie is not Made in China..??
I'm not going to ask you now for an advanced parcial payment for the station to be built around Orlando, because I understand that you are not ready for it yet.(I could have never been an auto or appliances salesman; I'm too compassionated)
The small fusion stations can be made safer, compact, sturdier and resilient, cutting by ten fold the risk of major disasters.
A well conceived and designed mini station can be the source of released heat for water desalinisation purposes... which I understand it is not a problem in the Amazonas and Orlando .. but it is a major problem in the Middle East, part of Africa and Asia.
The Frenchies are working on it. They did all the engineering in Dimona,(thanks Shimon Peres and David Ben Gurion)... and although Dimona is a fission type system, compartively it's also smaller and sturdier..
We suffer from regulation.
Take of our banking industry. They are a cartel with no real competition.
Israeli banks compete only on the size of the fringe benefits they vote themselves (the top cats) at all the banking institutions. We have this tragic-comic joke ... people don't tell the girl at the teller/counter position 'good morning' anymore; the bank charges a service fee for a 'good morning'... and even for breathing inside the bank they have a service fee.
We need foreign banks to enter this market ... but the mtthr fckkn regulators have a book, the size of Shanghai's phone book, with all the fckkn regulations that apply to a foreign bank.
But, hey ... they de-regulated the cellular phone money making machine ....(probably right after Honduras, Gabon, Borneo and Sumatra did it too).
We want to de-regulate the ports, the train, the electrical company ... but be patient,'we are working on it now'.
I got so excited when I read this article that I tried to build a new baby. The problems: for her...past her prime, for the tech...not yet mature.
If you drive the Florida Turnpike down south, you'll be unable to miss several man-made features in the landscape I like to cal "Mt. Trashmore". In fact, unless you are looking at one of our landfills you'd be hard pressed to find any topography at all in south Florida. I seriously considered pulling together my life savings and going for a sit-down with Mr. Longo. The possibilities were intoxicating for us, let alone for a country like Israel, Lebanon or Jordan. Put your garbage in the top, use the waste heat to generate more electricity than it consumes, use the outgas like natural gas, and build future cities out of bricks made from the slag. This guy deserves to jump around the regulatory line but if we except him, we'll have to pass a lot of stupid, dangerous stuff too.
I examine every issue on it's own merits and then try to estimate the damage done by the human factor. If we tried to pass a law mandating that any new technology needed to produce three times as many benefits as deficits, it would then filter through our elected gauntlet where people sell their votes for influence on their personal pet projects. For that reason we have laws which include buried provisions that have nothing to do with the intent of the original legislation. Sadly, some really important bills fail because they get loaded down with vote-buying favors which opponents feel compelled to defeat.