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Lobbying Muscle and Green Agenda Blinded Boeing to Reality

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Source: National and Legal Policy Center   boeing-787-dreamliner1_0

With the revelation that All Nippon Airways replaced defective lithium ion batteries 10 times, Japan Air Lines replaced “quite a few,” and United Airlines replaced “multiple batteries,” in the months preceding the smoke emergency that grounded their Dreamliners, is there anything that can be said about the technology that can overcome its now-horrible reputation?

Boeing has worked on the 787 for 10 years or so, with an ample amount of time to determine what kind of battery technology would be functional with the “super-efficient” jet with estradiol test cost estradiol 2 mg tab teva estrace online kaufen 17 alpha ethinyl estradiol generic estradiol transdermal patch. costco ethinylestradiol 20mg  “exceptional environmental performance.” Had the Chicago-based manufacturer –and its airline customers – concerned themselves more with achievable plans that built on proven fossil-fuel designs and economic sensibility rather than appeasement of environmental activists, and the accompanying millions of dollars in government subsidies for such, they might not be burning through millions of dollars in costs and lost productivity due to idle airplanes right now. That’s in addition to the public image hit they are taking. (more…)