Obama Team Asking for Public Input on Space-Based Solar Power

Your voice has to be heard now.

A couple weeks before, the Space Frontier Foundation (along with a different group that wants to remain nameless) filed a white paper on Space-Based Solar Power to the Obama transition team. Over the weekend that this white paper was posted on the “Change.Gov” site by the Obama transition group to obtain public feedback on the thought that Space Solar Power (because it’s known as in the white paper) should be a part of a balanced national portfolio of energy development and research.
Coyote (charge for authorship goes into Charles “Chazmanian Devil” Miller.)
In just a couple of days, you will find over 200 comments from the general public so much on the concept of new national initiative to invest in Space Solar Power. Quite some of the comments are critical, and urge that we continue to spend nothing from Space Solar Power.

Cheers!

We obviously have the attention and interest of mature Obama coverage officials.
If ever there is a opportunity to participate in a discussion about nation’s future in space, it’s now.

If you wish to generate a gap in our nation’s future, then visit http://change.gov/open_government/entry/space_solar_power_ssp_a_solution_for_energy_independence_climate_change/. This will direct you to the Change.Gov website where you are able to engage in this important debate on whether America should invest in Space Solar Power.
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