posted on Jan, 19 2011 @ 05:56 AM
reply to post by Cecilofs
I agree that the NBN should be public knowledge and potentially the waste of money should go to our flood victims; My thought is give 25 Bil now to
those in need but continue with the NBN for the following reasons, it will cause controversy but for eg: NSW selling off the power companies, here's
is where the NBN can resolve that issue with clean energy.
Another thought, if they are going to roll out fibre to every houselhold then we can effectively cut down ALL the power poles and reduce electricity
consumption etc, by using this same fibre network to each home to convert the incoming light energy into electricity to power our homes using minuture
solar panels thereby reducing the environmental impact.
So not only can we save lives by people no longer hitting power poles with their cars, we can replace coal electricity with light as well as
transmitting data, Energy Australia did experiments years ago whereby the transmission lines were also effectively used as data lines as well but
experienced magnetic/radio cross interference between the power lines but still can talk to the substations anyway.
imagine that every house has solar panels backing up the fibre transmission of light and using converters, this would certainly screw up the need for
the crap the Keneally is imposing on us with her illegal sellof of public property.
So we can sell of the coal stations or keep them only as a backup and use the NBN to to give us data, light within our homes and electricity.
The good thing about light manipulation is we can increase the intensity at will using magnifiers as well as focus into LASERS, so theoretically we
could use the NBN fibre network to "pipe in" the household lighting.
If we can do this then we potenially never have to worry about EM sunflares or radiation etc.
Unfortunately the PTB's don't want us to have this knowledge just yet, but imagine that already have the current technology to use the NBN to power
our houses using just light.
I can see the cons of a lack of FOI, but I can see the pro and agree that maybe this is what they want kept secret, so start buying shares in fibre
technology and transmission/conversion of light.