Every country can be brought
into the twenty-first century without destroying Earth’s environment. Since the
United States and European Union use 10 percent of the World's energy, the World's Energy Market is
remaining 90 percent. Assuming two percent of the World’s population could be brought
into 21st century every year, it would take 50 years to achieves
our goal. This rate of growth could be improved upon.
100-Megawatt, 1 Gigawatt and 10 Gigawatt
standardized Mirror Power plants could be sold throughout the
World. Since the United States is five percent of the World Market, then
to bring every country
into twenty-first century would require twenty times the invest. Assuming
with a 2 percent growth rate, $100 trillion would be needed over
the next fifty years.
By using 400 kilograms
of mirror matter, United States can
eliminate burning fossil fuels and create
billion Mirror Energy market. Since the World market place is 20 times
larger, the estimated World’s mirror matter would be $8 trillion. Assuming
25 times, the market grow to approximately $10 trillion.
Off peak Mirror Power
used to production of oxygen for commercial application and hydrogen for
motor vehicles as well as two new sources of income. The Hydrogen Economy
becomes reality. 50 million metric tons of hydrogen would be need for the
200 million motor vehicles in the European Union, which means only
doubling the quantity of hydrogen. Producing 800 million hydrogen burning
new cars at $10,000 per car is $8 trillion Market.
The coal, oil, and
natural gas could be used for making products to bring every country into
the twenty first century. The World's annual consumption of plastic
materials is about a hundred million metric tons or four percent of the
World’s annual oil production for plastics. The other ninety six percent
of the oil would be available for making products in addition to the
billions of tons of coal and trillion of cubic feet of natural gas. This
is another multi-trillion market.
Million of business would create billions of high tech jobs.
The World’s Economy is expected to grow from $36 trillion today to over
$360 trillion within the next fifty years. However, the real benefits will come
from taking billions of people out of poverty, providing them a
World-Class Education, and empowering them to live out their dreams.