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August 6th, 2009
A new national vision
Flush with oil wealth, the time is ripe, I believe, to begin a new national effort to transform society from its current state into one that can achieve greatness. With time pressing us with regard to the use of oil which is finite, it is time to divert our attention to the energies of the future that are renewable and infinite; solar, wind, and wave technologies to name a few.
We should also, perhaps, endeavor to transform our barren desert into an oasis not for any other reason than to prove that it can be done. We should work towards ensuring the development of new national industries in fields as diverse as medical technology, nanotechnology, underwater exploration, flight, agriculture, as well as into the chemical industry to name a few possible tracks.
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