2 posts • joined 22 Nov 2008
Yeah Better Place and yeah Jeff Wilson
This is the coolest news ever for those who realize the importance of America becoming more energy independent. Better Place is also engaged in a project in California in the cities of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose to do the same. I read about this in Jeff Wilson's new Book The Manhattan Project of 2009 Energy Independence NOW. I was enthralled but thought quite frankly that it was kind of futuristic. I was thrilled beyond belief when I read the news about the project in CA and now this. I am a huge fan of Better Place now. I would recommend anyone interested in seeing these projects furthered in our country go to the Better Place web site and sign up. They have a feature on the top right hand side that says "get involved" If you click on that you can actually sign an online petition. I would also suggest you check out Jeff Wilson's new book. I say go Better Place show the way...and go Jeff Wilson for your new book.
They are so ahead of the times and will set a precedence in this country that is badly needed. I say, go California, Go Arnold, Go Better Place, And come on America, get off your duff and go too! The gas prices this past year have seriously damaged our economy and society. We must get on with becoming energy independent.We can't take another year like this past. Jeff Wilson has a wonderful new book out about the energy crisis and what it would take for America to become energy independent. It covers every aspect of oil, what it's uses are besides gasoline, our reserves, our depletion of it. Every type of alternative energy is covered and it's potential to replace oil. He even has proposed legislative agenda's that would be necessary to implement these changes along with time frames. This book is profoundly informative and our country needs to become more informed and move forward with becoming energy independent. It is called The Manhattan Project of 2009 Energy Independence NOW.
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