Jun 27, 2012 at 12:30:05
“Assuming a uniform data mirror of behavior, cost and LOST productivity...
What might be the result of standardized comprehensive "admission" and "treatment" data from ALL medical, justice, and educational systems?
Can resource control and quality control be considered more effective than security control?”
Jul 15, 2008 at 14:32:28
The scale of transportation economy highlights passenger comfort, pleasure, speed and fuel cost (?).
I have heard that during WWII, fuel alcohol production from grains was economically possible by coupling feedlots for meat production from grain biproducts directly alongside the fermentation facilities. The conservation effort demonstrates the possibility of near zero loss of water and grain biproducts when used as animal food. Today these resources are lost to waste management.
I assume that the staggering fear factor of fuel costs increasing end product prices beyond the threshold of citizens to afford or without ANY transportation to and from the market is avoidable.
Is it too steep a climb to consider the efficiency of comprehensive rail based agricultural and food production and distribution systems more exciting than the market profit potential?”