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WiTricity and the WiTrics industry


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oneokayfella

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is there a future for WiTricity and the Witrics industry?

here is the BBC and Wikipedia articles if you don't know what I'm speaking about:

http://news.bbc.co.u...ogy/6725955.stm


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witricity
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I have to confess I'm curious. I know nothing about the industry, have actually never heard of it, and really didn't feel like reading the articles. I would like to know, however, why you seemed to have joined for the purpose of making this post? It's not that there's anything wrong with it; it just seemed like an odd first post.
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Especially since you have done this exact same thing at many different forums all across the internet.
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