Re: Solar power [was Nano-Rectennas]

From: Evan Brown (
Date: Mon Jan 31 2000 - 21:29:33 MST

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From: Robert J. Bradbury <>
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Sent: Monday, January 31, 2000 7:19 PM
Subject: Re: Solar power [was Nano-Rectennas]

> > But no tax value in it so it would most likely be illegal.
> Well, thats certainly true, but the government(s) are going
> to have *lots* to worry about in that respect. I can't see
> them winning unless they throw all of us in jail cells and
> that isn't very effective now is it....
> R.


It'll be particularly interesting to see how nations whose economy is based
entirely on the oil trade will react to a mass exodus towards fuel cells et
al. What will Kuwait do when our infrastructure runs on alcohol? And can we
expect Liqueur manufacturers/OPEC mergers? (Welcome to Seagram's-Kuwait
International Airport).

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