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Quantities of energy fall unharvested that are vastly greater than our present consumption even with our hoggish and wasteful (ab)use patterns at this time.
We are standing thirsty in a clean river and being conned into buying dirty water to slake our needs.
There is zero need for further Fuku-traumatisation of entire regions with anachronistic technology now the cat is out of the bag.
Who ever regretted installing solar panels? Compare with Chernobyl survivors.
Worrying about who gets rich off of this is an unaffordable luxury. They should be in car rooves, bus stops, malls, hospitals, industrial areas, land too poisoned by our little 'experiments' for growing food or living on.
Sadly that's a Lot. Of. Land.
The new combination PV/greenhouse combos coming out of China look like a great step forward to diminishing the transport costs of food and other vittles.
The wonder if the internet is how robust it is, through distributed nodes of data. It's a great metaphor for PV too. The more people do it the less the strain on the grid.
The power of knowledge is in mortal combat with the knowledge of power. It really is that simple... That's the Edenic apple we are all munching on.
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