- The FAA studied population growth, travel and income trends to determine airports' future needs. At least43 airports will need to add capacity-- some more than once-- in the next15 years.
- Now called Braess's Paradox, scientists have found many examples of how adding capacity to a crowded network reduces its overall production.
- Obama also pointed to planned improvements for the electrical grid, which will eventually need added capacity if plug-in cars become the norm.
- "For the last 15-16 years we have not been able to add capacities required. The power-demand supply gap has been actually increasing year after year," said Raghuraman.
- A few jokes will add a final fillip to your speech.