"The company has deliberately avoided filing patents on its heat exchanger technology to avoid details of how it works - particularly the method for preventing the build-up of frost - becoming public."
- And still people in the west complain why India has a space program and nuclear weapons when so many people are struggling to earn a living. Even if we keep aside the argument that focusing on science/technology can only fuel more growth which will consequently reduce poverty, will an extra 0.785bn over the 70bn do miracles to change the poverty situation?
May be people in general get hungup on flashy words like "Nuclear" and "Space" rather than consider real hard numbers like 70bn and 780mn. I can only wonder.
Abuse aside, the page is so bad in terms of usability and UI design, I'm not sure how that page design got passed.
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