Published April 11, 1983
"As I grew nearer, the ambiguous nature of my quest became clearer. If the windmills were in fact a viable alternative energy source, I would be cursed and reviled by all of my countrymen. If, on the other hand, as I suspected, the windmills were merely another chimerical hope held out to an unsuspecting public by the cynical powers that be, every poet and minstrel in the land would sing my praises. The Dilemma unresolved in my mind, I rode forward . .. "
Don Quixote charging at windmill.
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