> And obviously land is not a person, so it can't own anything.
Please meet Hawaii-san and Fuji-san. I hear they like nutter-butters.
On the other hand, -I'm- not allowed to open up or
otherwise convert earth (to fire and wind) by a government
on it, reducing this to the task of owning government.
> > Good for them! Maori's should be able to own spectrums and
> So they can charge people for using light sources in New Zealand?
24-26 GHz is awfully close to infrared, isn't it! A digestion fee?
Why not, there's an intake fee and various conspicuous metabolism
fines, fees and licenses...HK pollution tax? Sometimes consort tax, too;
mostly in an ostentatious call on managing the right-of-way of basic
metabolic services for the landowners.
Talk about planning ahead for a cigar!