Interactive NAWAPA Map

Notes and Suggestions

  • The map takes some time to load, so please be patient. The initial loading is finished once the list of tours appears below the map.
  • Watch the tours first and in order.
  • Each tour also takes time to load. A tour is ready to be played once the control bar appears (or resets, if it was already open).
  • The images in the map are loaded dynamically and will depend on the speed of your internet connection. If you have a slower connection, it is recommended that you periodically pause the tours to allow the terrain to load.
  • Have fun exploring the whole system.
  • Disclaimer: The data in the map is provided on an "as is'' basis. For accurate details respecting the NAWAPA project proposed by the Ralph M. Parsons, Co., please consult the original documentation.

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August 20, 2010 • 11:14 PM

Note: detailed tours may be found here.

LaRouchePAC has completed the first ever interactive, 3-D animated map of the North American Water and Power Alliance (NAWAPA) system for continental water management, representing a new phase in our nationwide mobilization to commence a new era of infrastructure building. Using the original Parsons Company specifications for NAWAPA as a guide, the team used the Google Earth platform to mark out the sites for dams, reservoirs, power stations, pump lifts, tunnels and canals throughout the entire system, allowing viewers of the LaRouchePAC website to explore in graphic detail how NAWAPA will completely transform the face of North America.

By thoroughly re-sculpting the physical terrain and hydrological cycles of the continent, NAWAPA will signal a profound shift in the popular conception of basic economic infrastructure, to its proper meaning as nothing less than the human species' management of the biosphere. The adoption of NAWAPA also means the salvation of the collapsed U.S. physical economy, through the immediate employment of approximately 3 million people, including a very large portion of engineers, scientists, technicians, and machinists, whose vital skills represent the core capability for securing a recovery for the country.

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