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May 27, 2007


Oded Roth

The common denominator for human social behavior is the basic moral rules set in most religions. A Jewish sage, Hillel the Eledr, described it in the 1st. Century BC in concise terms: "What is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow.” (Shab. 31a). Implementation of this rule in terrestrial transportation technologies means aspiration for equal and modest way of moving people in frugal and efficient way. In other words applying Moor’s Law in vehicles.

P.S. Did anyone attend Iran ultimate solution for “end of oil” – nuclear energy?


The world near the "end of oil" need a big review of all the chain of energy. Clean power from clean sources need to be produced, but a lot more of energy if compared with the actual production, because vehicles will run on electric power. More need of wires (big need of copper, take a look to the copper price: http://www.kitconet.com/charts/metals/base/spot-copper-5y-Large.gif ), because no oil pipe or gas pipe but wires will bring energy around. More electric motors. More electronic circuits. More batteries with new technology ( supercapacitors, fuel cells etc etc).
Doing a deep analysis of all the changes, it's possible to find tons of business opportunity.
It's a great time: business opportunity while changing the world in direction of a better one.

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