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What financial barriers, it's all down to risk.

Posted by: Sean Girling - Wed Jul 30, 2003 10:18 am
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Post    Posted on: Mon Apr 18, 2005 2:00 pm
Your initial issue shows what I said - money indictaes the obstacles and problems. The problem here - outrages taxation. This never could be seen that easyly if the taxes couldn't be expressed in units of money. The governments don't like that - it's possible to escape taxation by bartering. There is evidence in Germany at least that the internet caused bartering to increase - and by law taxes require money instead of bartering. So it is possible to escape taxation by bartering. May be that partially the space travel industry can use this way. Would be an interseting question.

The money shows that taxation is the problem and the obstacle.

The problem with fusion power and plasma will be that cars cannot be driven by it and that space vehicles too should be driven by it only if they are in space already - and money indicates the amount of economical requirements to reach space and a stable orbit. Money too shows the economical obstacles to achieve successful fusion and to achieve usable plasma. Partially at least.



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