Thursday, 25 November 2010

Listening > Hearing

A simple well formed question can no longer be delivered to even an apparently well formed engineering ear without echoes of incomprehension. After some irrelevant stammering on efficiency levels and why storage is not really the problem, I eventually get my own question innocently and incomprehendingly handed back to me as a straight answer.

The Question: isn't the problem with lithium batteries for solar cells that they are too large and expensive?

I can't remember the last conversation I had which wasn't a mere endurance of someone else's echoing solipsism.

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