Advanced Materials, a small Czech company seated near Prague specialising in nanotechnology, has invented special paints that can clean air from emissions and kill viruses and bacteria, the daily Hospodarske noviny (HN) writes Tuesday.
RadicalRon, who posted this news, asks
"Once submitted to the EPA for the necessary approval/s, will the bureaucrats get it right, or screw the pooch?"Great question Ron. What do you want to bet that the usual suspects will seek to stifle this disease preventative advance?
- First they'll seek to "discover" that some minuscule parts per million is cancerous, then set the legal limit just above where this advance is effective.
- Or if that takes too long, some group will find that some insect unknown before is in danger of becoming extinct, and thus "we sadly must ban the use of this awful stuff in accordance with international law."
- Or if that isn't good enough, they will decide that use of the advance is unfair to bacteria. That would lead to "we in our multicultural wisdom decide that you must learn to live with them."