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News Release 44
Business Model based upon Internet Model
April 23, 2007

The Business Model is based upon the successful Internet Model. If government, education, and business leaders can work collegiately together again, humanity could make a quantum leap into the future. Government provides the public policy and infrastructure, schools educate billions of elementary, high school and college students, and business provides products and services at a reasonable price to the public.  

For example, United States could achieve Energy Independence fifteen years and exceed the Kyoto Accord requirement by reducing greenhouse emissions by over 50 percent.  One billion tons of coal, 4 billion barrels of oil (11 million barrels per day), and 6 trillion cubic feet of natural gas can be replaced with 200 kilograms of antimatter fuel.  Carbon dioxide and methane can be reduced by 3.8 billion tons. The United States’ Economy could grow from $13 trillion today to over $150 trillion in the Global Economy. 

Information on the Internet Model is contained in the book “Realizing the Information Future: The Internet and Beyond,” or on line www.nap.edu/readingroom/books/rtif.

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