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"What is the difference between a realist and a dreamer? The realist thinks that someday a UFO will come down and hover over the UN building, and that the aliens will come out of the UFO and offer to share their technology and solve all our world's problems.

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02 March 2006

Solar panel technology takes quantum leap?

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5 Comments:

Blogger Simbaud said...

If this technology turns out to be viable, it could irrevocably change human society. Not only that, it could invalidate most of the last year's worth of posts at Clusterfuck Nation!

3/03/2006 11:29 PM  
Blogger TheCultureGhost said...

Is there any chance of this technology becoming available in the U.S.?

3/17/2006 9:36 PM  
Blogger quixote said...

A German company is said to be booked to make the new solar panels toward the end of this year or sometime next year. So the Europeans will have them first (as with more and more things these days). We'll get them eventually, I guess, but I'm sure it would help to have a government that promoted non-greenhouse-gas technologies.

3/18/2006 11:05 AM  
Blogger Mark Roest said...

I agree -- and think in the meantime we need to do all we can to make it so. That will open people's eyes to the possibility of change on an even broader scale.

Have you seen any more information about the plans of the manufacturers in Germany or South Africa? I would like to contact them.

Thank you!

7/19/2006 8:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In this Country, take a look at nanosolar. Similar technology and a larger plant in Palo Alto California.

7/26/2006 7:22 PM  

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