Here is a lesson in the nature of the Governing and their treatment of $billionaires:
Here is the Oklahoma Constitution that mandates free markets so JPods can invest to create jobs and exercise my US Patent Rights:
Article II, Bill of Rights, SECTION II-32. "Perpetuities and monopolies are contrary to the genius of a free government, and shall never be allowed, nor shall the law of primogeniture or entailments ever be in force in this State."
Following is a video of the Tulsa City Council violating the Oklahoma Constitution and their own rules for public comment by kicking out a JPods offer to invest $300 million to reduce traffic injuries around Woodland Hills Mall. This would have created hundreds of jobs in Tulsa:
Following is a Letter of High Interest from Goldman Sachs relative to investing $4-6 billion in JPods networks:
Here is a video of what JPods networks might look like in Tulsa.
- Red Bull TV documentary on the Future of Transportation with self-driving cars, JPods, and Hyperloops.
- Other news stories of the digitizing of mobility.
Presentation provided to the City Council
Documents provided to the Tulsa City Council and Chamber of Commerce for JPods investing to create jobs in Tulsa.
Click on image to open slideshow: Tulsa, Home of the Physical Internet®
Click on image to open slideshow: "First Who Principle"
Click on image to open slideshow: Excellence, the Process of Relentlessly Improving
The Tulsa City Council treats billionaires such as Elon Musks self-driving cars much better than working-class Oklahoma's with a US Patent to build cleaner, faster, safer, and more affordable mobility networks.