Everyone with a live mind who happens not to work for an oil company knows that we must harness our energy.
The possibilities are vast. Consider, for example, Heather Patron of Studio City, Calif., and her Prius. Everything plastic on it began to melt. The side-view mirrors, for example.
This seemed a little odd. She took it to Toyota. The company said there was nothing wrong with the car.
And then she noticed her neighbor's energy-efficient windows that seemed to be directing a concentrated beam of energy-efficient light towards her energy-efficient vehicle.