concept. They don’t understand the science behind it, but they understand that they or their loved ones may have a better chance to live under this type of system, because these are perishable skills and you want to be able to go to a place that performs these tasks all the time. He cautioned, “When you design your systems, please don’t forget the consumer, the public. If we don’t educate them, we are going to fail.” Bass agreed that the perception of the citizens is a key piece. He said, “It’s a piece that we have to use to try to offset the political heat that we get when we try to do these things.”
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