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August 19, 2009



Yep! I agree that the question presented should be resolved federally.

But what about electricty not passing through a state (largely because if the electromotive force (emf) supplied by generators located in a different state failed, the electricity in the wires would cease to exist)except perhaps momentarily in a bank of capacitors in some circuits.

But what aboust electricity stored in batteries located on store shelves (etc)?
There may also be a question of valuation here if it may be thought that the stored electricity has more value that the cost of the batteries on the shelves (such could actually be the case on a given valuation date...say because on that date there was a unique demand like a tornado is about to hit the storage area. Ha!

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