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Greenest Super Bowl in History Goes Dark Mid-Game

AmericanObserver Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:40 PM
In all due respect, you guys have no clue what you are talking about. Yes, Solyndra, was a disaster but that is but one company and you can even throw in a few more if you like. That is not the point. Energy conservation goes beyond individual companies. It is a POLICY that all countries must subscribe to. Our government - quite correctly and economically rationally - SHOULD subsidize this research, and that includes failures. Your grandchildren will appreciate it, even though you can't see beyond your own petty self-interests.

If you watched the Super Bowl last night then you noticed the 35-minute long power outage that happened right in the middle of the game. But it wasn't the weather that caused the power outage, rather a lack of power feeding into the stadium.

The Super Bowl, the biggest U.S. sports event of the year, was interrupted by a 35-minute power outage at the Superdome on Sunday, and officials said the problem appeared to be with the electrical load coming into the stadium.

After a half-time show by the singer Beyonce heavy on electric...