New York City locals will likely snicker at the thought of unusual stuff going on in Washington Square Park, but one company is proposing something unusual that would actually be a positive thing. And legal.
The Technology Review, in an
interview with a New York University physics professor, discusses whether the marketplace will pick the winners for our
future energy sources, or if a more directed approach, similar to an "Apollo Program", would be more
effective. A number of good points are made by retired Prof. Marty Hoffert, outlining three general categories of
future energy supplies, and some of the barriers to their success. The key to all of this, though, is the fact that