The Western way:

"Our business model is one of very high risk: We dig a very big hole in the ground, spend three billion dollars to build a factory in it, which takes three years, to produce technology we haven't invented yet, to run products we haven't designed yet, for markets which don't exist.

"We do that two or three times a year."

He added: "Everything we do has an inherent belief in technology."
Paul Otellini. CEO of Intel
Beautiful! This attitude is what we ought to be celebrating, not whining and carping about "carbon footprints" and predicting the end of the bloody world because some folks like to use battery-powered toothbrushes.

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