- Jun 10, 2004
It's not impossible at all to have proper and robust infrastructure in a country as large as the UW. It is however proving to be nearly impossible, not because of the size of the country but rather because no one is willing to spend what needs to be spent to bring our infrastructure up to the level at which it should be. As for energy, that are some farms that have been and are on the leading edge of new energy development. An energy discussion, though, isn't one that you want to have outside of the "Your Bloody Soap Box" sub-forum. It's discussion that is likely to become very heated.dominikk85 said:Of course we have better infrastructure, railroads and other transportation outside of the big cities but on the other hand they just have more space between cities. so building infrastructure in those huge lands is an almost impossible task because you have so much no mans land. this increases the need for cheap energy. Of course the USA also have a lot of not so energy intensive industry like the silicon valley computer industry and micro engeneering but they also still have a lot of large stuff engeneering and agriculture which needs a lot of energy.