Charliemopps sends this excerpt from an AP report: New Mexico, home to several of the first scientists of the nation’s nuclear and military institutions, plans to take part in an unprecedented scientific project – a model 20-square – mile of a small American town. A technology company in Washington, DC, announced plans Tuesday to build the city of the state’s most recent ghost of any test innovations for renewable energy systems, intelligent traffic, the next generation of wireless networks and smart grid cyber security systems. While no one will live there, the city will answer modeled after a typical American town of 35,000 inhabitants, with roads, houses and commercial buildings, old and new.
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