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January 29th, 2006
Sustainable Nano Power
"Powering Civilization Sustainably" is the title of the January science essay by CRN's Chris Phoenix.
A fleet of 100 billion light-weight auto-piloted aircraft, each making contact with the Earth for a few seconds every few days to transfer stored power, would be able to provide the full 10^15 W that the Earth's civilization would be able to use sustainably...
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