The Congressional Budget Office recently published a report arguing manned space flight can be cut from the budget to save money...
Following upon the release of "Nuclear NAWAPA XXI: Gateway to the Fusion Economy," here we explore a case study featured in that report more in depth: the proposal to build a Kra Canal across Thailand, a good candidate for construction using peaceful nuclear explosions. This is a real "Asia Pivot," typifying the concept of peace through development, contrary to the Obama Administration policy in the region.
The seventh and final question from the November 1st webcast.
A conference on trans-Pacific development organized by your associates is about to commence in Los Angeles. How would you address the recent trans-Pacific initiatives for a New Silk Road, nuclear power development, and fusion research, as part of our continuing organizing for this perspective?
The fifth question from the October 4th webcast.
Would you agree that an Apollo-style program, as proposed by the American Security Project, for fusion power is the right approach?
The fourth question from the August 30th webcast:
With a new Glass-Steagall, etc., what is your assessment of the possibility of implementing fusion power? What role would that play in international relations?
On Tuesday, September 20, the International Space Station Expedition 30 crew held a news conference at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. 21st Century Science & Technology magazine was at the Johnson Space Center on Tuesday to ask the astronauts what their thoughts were on the threat of mass extinctions and role of US/Russian cooperation on great projects in that context.