The Rebekah Isaac Incorporated five year plan incorporates at least five additional missions, two of which will be detailed below. The previous five can be viewed at the Blog post dated November 27, 2017. When these missions have been completed, the world is guaranteed to be different, and immensely more functional.
Our next mission, the sixth, is to encourage the production of cars that function exclusively with solar energy in order to reduce environmental pollution and pollution-related problems and disorders. At the present time, we in the United States have sufficient knowledge about solar energy to produce the first entirely solar powered car within six weeks if we broke the shackles that special interests have placed on solar energy research, and allowed researchers the freedom to explore options.
Of course, the industry will be told that such a car must be priced at double the normal price of similar cars that utilize fossil fuels. However, that is merely a ploy that will be used in an attempt to price the cars out of the market. The freedom from gas lines in the event of an emergency or a gas shortage will cause potential purchasers to view solar powered vehicles as their very best option. They are likely to embrace the vehicles in such high numbers that the cost of researching and installing the solar power would be well worth the cost of investment.
More importantly, the space that ordinarily is used for the engine can be used to add two additional seats, thus making solar powered cars the perfect family vehicle. By eliminating the added cost of fossil fuel, it also could become the perfect vehicle option for students and young professionals.
Our seventh mission is to ensure that all shoes and clothing are made without Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and without trackable and traceable microchips that can record your location in much the same way as a Global Positioning System (GPS). These microchips also have the capacity to record health indices such as blood pressure and blood sugar levels, and make the information available to remote scanners. We believe that these microchips in clothing have a detrimental effect on privacy rights and interests, and on the confidentiality of health information, and compromise the safety of children whose identity and location can easily be determined by anyone with a scanner or with computer access. Tomorrow we will detail at least two additional missions in the five year plan.
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