Have you ever heard the phrase: Necessity is the mother of invention? How about reverse engineering? Could it be that we can reverse our pollutionMessage 1 of 1 , Mar 2, 2006View Source
Have you ever heard the phrase: Necessity is the mother of invention? How about reverse engineering? Could it be that we can reverse our pollution problem? Think about it!
It gets better; methanol is easier than you think, even better than hydrogen. Any system that purports to be a good system, should ostensibly be reversible and thus applicable to interchangeability. http://www.technologyreview.com/BizTech/wtr_16466,296,p1.html
George Olah http://www.usc.edu/schools/college/faculty/faculty1003584.html winner of the 1994 Nobel Prize in chemistry discovered the process whereby this can be accomplished. According to Olah, we can solve our polution problem by a very simple process of reversal of our nasty emmisions and create a dynamic fuel to run our fuel cell powered cars. He can accomplish this because he has developed a methanol fuel cell.
The problem with most novelty of fact systems, is that they require creating an infrastructure.
And thus they would fit the classic control paradigm methodology. What is needed is a technology that will enable the usage of pre-existing infrastructures that will not hinder a rapid changeover from an already stable economic environment that is already inplace globally.
We already have a cacophany (or if you will a cornupopia) of preexisting and dynamic possible alternative methodologies that are both novelty of fact and standard technologies. What is needed is the appropriate management to integrate and merge these technologies into a seemless fabric maintaining the integrity of our technological base and thus enabling all of us to weather ALL possible assaults to our individual sovereignty as nation-states and individuality. A rapid changeover is untenable and a revolutionary changeover would significantly unsettle the preexisting dynamics that are already functioning.
With the recent creation of Modern China, this would not be a problem, because they are only now establishing their primary infrastructure. They can now develop and incorporate both standard and novelty of fact systems side by side, with negligible impact upon the Chinese people. They are the future, for all intent and purpose, because of their relative newness and mass market dynamics in an already established world economic system. The world is beating a path to their doorstep for an opportunity to participate in Chinas groundbreaking. This oppportunity only comes once, if ever. For China is the single most important monolith to have awakened from its deep hibernation since the time of Marco Polo.
All the Best,
Leslie R. Pastor
New Energy Congress
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