Episode 4 of "NAWAPA: Building the Future." In this Episode NAWAPA's international extensions are taken up, as the global solution to a global crisis.
In this week's edition of NAWAPA: Building the Future, a collection of interviews on various aspects of NAWAPA's construction are reviewed and discussed. Featured in these interviews are considerations of and possibilities for its dams, canals, tunnels, and pumps, as well as potential use of water in the Southwest.
Our world today is gripped by a tragedy. When the Principle of Tragedy is not understood by societies, like Lear's Britain or Hamlet's Denmark, the people guarantee themselves to failure.
NAWAPA signals the revival of a scientific revolution as much as an economic one. Mankind's intervention into the planet's hydrological cycle is a crucial feature of physical economic infrastructure, and requires a deeper understanding of the interconnected processes of the biosphere.
Wayne Voelz, a Land Development Project Manager discusses the implementation of NAWAPA, from the standpoint of projects he's worked on, and its impact on the creation of new agricultural land in Arizona and the southwest.
Transforming the current death spiral of civilization into a Renaissance requires not just political action, such as the immediate passage of Glass-Steagall and the removal of President Obama from office, but also requires a deep change in how the population thinks. This cognitive transformation, which should be what is termed "Educating a Renaissance," begins by training a cadre of young people to rediscover the principles that led to the heights of human power, and thus to understand the process of increasing Man's power over the universe by further discoveries of principle. The LaRouche Movement embodies this process, in both its current slate of six congressional candidates nationwide, and in studying the "Narrow Path" of crucial scientific discoveries, from Plato, through Kepler, Leibniz, Bach, Gauss, Riemann, Einstein, and Vernadsky.
This video was produced for presentation on June 16, 2011, at a conference in Sevastopol, Crimea (Ukraine), called "The First Heraclean Futurological Congress - Justifying the Future."