Power Quest

foto © Donovan Klotzbeacher

This scene presents itself outside of the strip mall at the center of Dayton NJ.  The demand for power and information in one form or another is increasing at an exponential rate.  It amazes me that technicians can make sense of this jumble.

Much of our information comes to us through the “ether” in the form of broadcasts such as radio, TV and cellular services.  Despite this, we are still tethered to our utility poles. Even recent developments such as FIOS require a cable system.

Nikola Tesla thought he could deliver power without wires.  We need another genius to come along and help us figure this out!

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One Response to Power Quest

  1. Jean D. says:

    It always does amaze me when the linemen come out for repairs and manage to figure out, rather quickly both what’s wrong and what wires need to be fixed. It is indeed a jumble.

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