This includes information about: the GENI organization,
its vision, mission, leaders, and historical background; additional information
about particular regions of the world; and additional optional media information.
This is a list of possible interview questions
for a GENI Speaker:
- What is GENI?
- Why is GENI doing this work?
- Tell us some background
about Buckminster Fuller.
- How do power grids work?
- How technically
feasible is the global grid? What percentage of it can be done now?
are the environmental implications; good and bad?
- What about the EMF issue?
and the impact on GENI's work?
- How will this reduce acid rain, the greenhouse
effect, and toxic wastes?
- How much will the project cost?
willl the money come from?
- How do the costs and benefits weigh
- Tell me more about the Computer Simulation Model.
- Who will
administer this global system?
- How will this affect trade between countries?
can we expect countries to trust one another enough to become so interdependent?
- How will this effect developed and developing countries?
will it effect the economies of every nation?
- What is the criteria to
determine the effect for each country?
- How will it make the leap and take
advantage of remote renewable generation away from fossil fuels?
the United States and the Soviet military and industrial complexes use this project
as a means to convert from defense to civilian related interests?
are the winners and the losers, if any?
- How do we set this up as a win/win
- How will this reduce hunger?
- How will this reduce overpopulation?
do you propose this shift will occur? What's GENI's role in that?
is GENI funded?
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