Sometime in the future — not soon, but within the 21st century — the aviation manager of a major corporation will get heat from headquarters because he forgot to plug in the company airplane before heading home, forcing his chairman to find alternate means of travel to an important meeting the next morning. You can’t fly a business aircraft without fuel or — maybe in a decade or so — electrons in the tank. A confluence of immutable factors — natural ...

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