Technology Energy

January 24, 2013

There are two new energy technologies that are for coming out and giving birth. Its impacts would be felt even in the regions more poor and ends of the Earth. These two new and modern technologies that will be described below, if other technologies in operation, most old, expensive, complicated and not sustainable in the long term. Current technologies have an unusual roots, and will be defended by any form, method and process, legal or not, by direct generators, Government or indirect manufacturers. These technologies, not sustainable by polluting and expensive, are: the internal combustion engine used to transport vehicles and electricity generation based on fossil or radioactive fuels plants whose investments are multimillion, and unattainable for many countries.

Both technologies have been responsible for the rapid development, but are also guilty of underdevelopment and backwardness of many countries in the past 100 years. Electricity, transport, and the consequent development of high power tools, they have stimulated progress iteratively and industrial progress in all fields of human activity allowing cure diseases, produce food and products, increase human knowledge as well as explore outer space. On the contrary, the lack of electricity, transportation and tools has been responsible for depressed human development, generate poverty, ignorance, wars and genocide, as well as enslave peoples. Please see: the purpose of this article is stating the current situation of technology, provide a little hope to the poor countries of the technological advent, and encouraged all Governments and entrepreneurs in developing countries, to invest in the development and spread of this technology, slowing the outgoing technology investments. We must stop the loans to avoid creating more new Nuclear power, coal or Gas, even where it is alleged the availability and abundance of fuels and plants of the harmlessness of their processes. It is necessary to force the growth of electric capacity towards distributed generation equipment small, cheap, easy to manufacture, and with a simple technology.

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