It's a pretty ridiculous concept- that it would make several times the input heat without any way to moderate output. Why wouldn't the reaction just run away and melt/explode? Why would you need to continue to heat it?
Sounds like a dystopia to me- people living in huge houses with huge vehicles finding ways to burn as much energy as possible. You missed the big one though- huge desalinization plants would flood the desert areas of the world.
Perhaps population density has something to do with the lower death rate?
There isn't much to back up your thesis, especially since persistence hunting is still practiced in Africa.
If people are that hungry they can eat the whale too.
It seems like selected enforcement though- pretty much any forum that allows embedding youtube does this.
We turn it off?
After thinking a long time I decided that I would be impressed if he could implement the print driver to run on a commodore 64!
Corporate taxes are greater than the sales taxes at the local level
I have always suspected that Bill G. believed he was doing the public a favor by strong arming them into a common platform. Paternalistic or Sociopath?
Not square enough. Barge?
Tax breaks? Fully 50% of the profits from gasoline production goes to the government. How much is enough?
I have always wondered about the claim that the rainforests are carbon traps- timber falls to the forest floor where it rots releasing it's CO2. Ocean algae falls to the ocean floor where it is cold and there is little oxygen and the methane can be trapped as a hydrate.
Heck, maybe you could market it based on donor identity? Beyonce rump roast anyone?