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why are you so beholden to an older system from another country that requires massive taxpayer subsidies?

Because it has been a wild success. I work in a risk adverse technology driven industry, and I've seen many programs fall into the ocean (literally) because they wanted to go with something new that was better instead of sticking with what is old and works.

You haven't proven to me that locking will work or be cheaper. You have just claimed that it will and it is. Show me the numbers from a functioning system otherwise all you have is speculation, and I don't want to see the region gamble on speculation (Not to mention that it will never happen. Do you realize what would be needed to get the various regional governments to agree to swap out the current system?)

by David C on Dec 19, 2012 11:35 am • linkreport

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