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Re: GWE announces new technology for the auto industry and more (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Friday, April 25, 2003 @ 16:13:33 EDT
I for one don't think I missed what you seem to think are political statements. I don't see these things as political in nature. To me, the word political implies something that benefits a target group of views at the expense of others who do not share the same views. Basic human rights and ethical business practices apply to everyone regardless of their political views. I see GWE as responsibly choosing to set a standard for doing business with countries and companies that offer people basic human rights and engage in ethical practices. What's wrong or political about that? I applaud them and see them as a shining example of how things should be done. What's the alternative? Governments and companies that will screw anybody for power and a buck? GO GWE!

From what I can tell, the feature that disables the system is designed to keep someone from trying to reverse engineer their technology, and is also used to make sure that what they've created only benefits the people and economies of the countries that are legitimately licensed to have it. Who can fault them for that? Think about the implications. Directly creating lots of jobs and boosting the local economies where the Edison Devices are marketed.

In another discussion thread on this article page, GWE answered the questions you raised related to the use of women on the team. What I think it comes down to is that they picked people they felt would make the project successful. In many cases, they felt the women candidates available to them appeared to be the best choices. You can't argue with the fact that they got the job done while everyone else was just talking about alternative energy. My question is, would the world even have this technology if it wasn't for these remarkable women (and men) and the way they chose to do things? At least that's one way to look at it.

Remember, when this technology hits the market, we all have the most important vote of all. If we don't like what GWE stands for, we can elect not to buy their products. I can already tell you though that I'll be the first in line at Home Depot to get one.

THANKS GWE
Emanuel


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