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    U.S. SCIENCE POLICY: Legislator Wants NSF to Offer $1 Billion Energy Prize
    Posted on Sunday, May 28, 2006 @ 18:40:08 MST by vlad

    Legal By Jeffrey Mervis / Science, March 10, 2006

    "Could a $1 billion prize help end the U.S. addiction to foreign oil? Representative Frank Wolf (R-VA) thinks it might.

    Last week, he urged the National Science Foundation (NSF) to raise such a prodigious amount from private sources and then give it to scientists offering ideas on how to make the United States energy independent."

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    House votes for oil drilling in Alaska refuge (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Sunday, May 28, 2006 @ 18:57:58 MST
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    By Chris Baltimore /Reuters /Thursday, May 25, 2006; 9:51 PM

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday approved a plan to allow oil drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

    The House voted 225-201 to approve a plan sponsored by California Republican Richard Pombo that would allow drilling on 2,000 acres of ANWR out of the refuge's total 19 million acres.

    Full story: http://www.washingtonpost.com/




    Re: U.S. SCIENCE POLICY: Legislator Wants NSF to Offer $1 Billion Energy Prize (Score: 1)
    by ElectroDynaCat on Monday, May 29, 2006 @ 07:11:33 MST
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    Somehow, I don't think that money was ever the problem, 1 billion dollars is a pittance compared to the 20 billion Americans spend on pizza every year.

    If  money alone could have solved the problem, it would have been fixed a long time ago.

    The problem is not energy or money, the problem is our denial, the first step any addict must take is to admit his addiction and understand that they alone cannot solve it.

    We are in denial, we are just an addict that happens to be in the phase of addiction where the drug supply is cut off, and the dealer is hoarding whatever is left and raising the price. The price was money at one time, now the dealer wants us to prostitute ourselves.

    We are willing to do that, spill our blood in defending those that hate us. When the crisis is over,temporarily, we will continue in our addiction until the next time.

    Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose
    The more it changes, the more its the same.



    Re: U.S. SCIENCE POLICY: Legislator Wants NSF to Offer $1 Billion Energy Prize (Score: 1)
    by kurt9 on Tuesday, May 30, 2006 @ 16:33:33 MST
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    X-prizes for the development of fusion or ZPE (if its real) strikes me as the most sensible approach to dealing with foreign oil dependency and global warming. The X-prize system is being used to further space development and anti-aging therapies. There is no reason why it should not work here as well.

    The regulatory approach to dealing with these issues is a dead horse. Get over it and move on.



    Re: U.S. SCIENCE POLICY: Legislator Wants NSF to Offer $1 Billion Energy Prize (Score: 1)
    by VULTURES on Wednesday, May 31, 2006 @ 01:34:45 MST
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    YES WE AT VULTURES INC

    ARE LOOKING FOR FUNDING TO BUILD COLD FUSION NEXT YEAR'
    AND YES WE WILL LIKE TO HAVE SOME OF THAT FUNDING

    BUT ONE BILLION DOLLAR IS TO MUCH FUNDING  TO BE REAL '
    FOR WHAT '
    REAL RESEACH DONT TAKE THAT KIND OF FUNDING TO EVEN BUILD COLD FUSION
    WILL NOT TAKE ONE BILLION DOLLAR ?

    THAT HOW FUNDING COME UP MISSING EACH TIME
     
     SO N-S-F TELL VULTURES INC  HOW DO WE GET SOME THAT OVER LOAD BUGET
     AND TAKE MY ONE
    YEAR OPRATION TO BUILD COLD FUSION?
    ALL WE NEEDY IS JUST $15 MILLION DOLLAR TO BEING COLD FUSION TO WORLD
    TAKE WHAT WE DONT USE AND PAY USA PEOPLE  POWER COST FOR THIIS YEAR

    AND COLD FUSION WILL TAKE OVER THAT NEXT YEAR THE YEAR OF FUSION 2007
    FREE MAN FROM POWER COST.             VULTURES INC



    Re: U.S. SCIENCE POLICY: Legislator Wants NSF to Offer $1 Billion Energy Prize (Score: 1)
    by bender772 on Wednesday, May 31, 2006 @ 04:58:29 MST
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    This is never going to work, for the same reason that government-funded "big science" hasn't already come up with a working free energy system (and still by and large denies the very possibility). If $1 billion became available and the NSF had to decide who to give it to, it would use the same, fundamentally flawed process that is already screwing up mainstream science: peer review. Read Thomas Gold's article "The Inertia of Scientific Thought" for details on just how badly peer review is broken. The end result would be that the money would go to people with ideas for incremental improvements of existing technologies, while people who work on cold fusion, ZPE/ether energy devices, macroscopic Maxwell demons, anti-gravity, etc would be turned away without review on a-priori ground of lacking any and all scientific credibility.



     

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