In the last half of the 20th century, it Planet Amend was President Kennedy who took up the gauntlet of outlining a national directive focusing on science and technology. The course that the United States chartered then propelled America into the space age. No longer was man confined to this planet alone. We reached for the stars and did the impossible. We put a man on the moon, built the International Space Station, launched the Hubble Telescope, which opened up the universe for all of humankind, and sent the Voyager on a never ending quest to “boldly go where no man has gone before.”
This all came about because a sitting President had the courage and took the leadership to lay the groundwork for the United States to act on a decisive plan of direction, which opens up so many windows of opportunity for millions of Americans. Somehow for the past five decades, the United States lost the exuberance that prevailed when President Kennedy pointed this country in a new direction.
Sure, there have been many marvels along the way in technology, science, and medicine. For one, the Internet has opened up a whole new world filled with opportunities never before imagined. Heart transplants are now almost a routine procedure. Many more wonders have come into existence since the early 1960s but, the leadership to identify and implement a national plan of direction that would put the United States on the path toward that brighter future hasn’t happened since we put a man on the moon. It is within National Economic Reform where there is a direct plan of direction for the United States. Article Six is probably the most ambitious directive there is. But, this component is vital for the future of America and really the rest of the world. Implementing National Economic Reform is crucial for the future of the United States and all of humanity, especially when the Science and Technology Directives are realized.
The United States must recognize and take decisive action on five fronts now outlined in Article Six of National Economic Reform. One of the most important issues is the extent of Global Warming has on humanity and economies worldwide. This first directive is probably one of the more contentious and ambiguous issues today. We have to accept the facts as they present themselves.
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First of all, humanity has relied on the fuel of the first and second industrial revolution for far tooling. Today’s Science technology has afforded the United States to dispense with all types of fossil fuel while ushering in alternative lower-cost green energy to supply this nation’s energy needs. There is no excuse other than Greed to keep the American public held hostage by the major fossil fuel conglomerates. Energy independence is realistic now using affordable alternative energy. The Third Industrial Revolution is now beginning, and it is under the directive of Science and Technology in National Economic Reform that tomorrow’s energy will emerge. We must remember that when the first Industrialized Revolution unfolded, the fuel that ushered in a newfound way of life was all based on fossil fuels. What followed was a feeding frenzy of drilling and mining, which only created an environmental catastrophe that is unfolding today. Yet, in the United States, our governmental officials, for the most part, are in a state of continued denial that our industrial infrastructure that by the way was built and continues to use fossil fuel is the cause of all the environmental impact that global warming is having all around the globe.
All of the civilization is at a critical juncture today. We have developed more technologies in the shortest amount of time than in any other period in history. Today’s sad fact is that there are multitudes not only in the United States but all over the world that are left with-out the benefits that these technologies could bring. More and more people are facing dire living conditions here and overseas. Over one billion people are literally starving to death. The threat of Global Pandemics is as real as it gets. We have and are continuing to develop better technologies to eradicate hunger and the threat of a Pandemic today. The resolve to use the technologies that we have and develop more for the betterment of all of humanity is predicated by implementing National Economic Reform’s Science and Technology Directive.
The scientific community supports that drastic changes in the earth’s delicate condition will cause events of biblical proportions if man continues the use and consumption of fossil fuel. The world today faces mass extinctions of marine life caused by man’s destructive nature in our oceans’ pollution. It is imperative that the United States change direction, the continued misguided ideologies and attitudes that have prevailed for far too long if this nation is ever going to rise out of the ashes of our economic crisis. Within the Science and Technology Directive like a Phoenix rising to lead the world in alternative energy. It reminds one of that opening to the Six Million Dollar Man,” We have the Science technology to make him better, faster, and stronger.” Well, guess what, people, we actually do.
To understand what had occurred in the last hundred years of the industrial revolutions that had caused a global crisis is to look at when the peak of the second industrial revolution occurred. In 1980, scientists first really became concerned about the effects of all the carbon being released into the atmosphere by the industrial complexes and our modes of transportation. It seems that throughout history, whenever there is an industrial shift using newer technologies, an economic revolution also occurs. These new emerging energy sources make it possible to create more independent economic activity. This, in turn, gives rise to providing more avenues to expand more commercial activity as well. Accompanying all of this newer Science technology are communication upgrades or so-called revolutions, which become the foundations where man’s ability to organize, manage and control the newer, more stable set of spatial dynamics. All from evolving energy technologies.
By 1994 a new convergence of communication and energy was now infiltrating societies. Internet Science technology and the reemergence of renewable energy sources were about to merge in creating a powerful new infrastructure that will fuel the Third Industrial Revolution. This third industrial revolution has already begun. And it is about to change the world forever. Just think, in the next 50 or so years, hundreds of millions of people the world over will be able to produce their own green energy in their homes, offices, and factories. Humanity will be able to share an “energy Internet,” just like we can now create and share information online today. The democratization of energy will bring with it a fundamental reordering of all human relationships, impacting the very way we conduct business, govern society, educate and engage in civic and cultural activities.
To this purpose, the Science and Technology Directive in National Economic Reform initiates the further development and deployment of Internet energy systems across the country. To date, the United States has yet to capitalize on this emerging energy source that will revolutionize the whole spectrum of energy consumption the world over. Government procrastination, denial, apathy, and indifference have only confounded the American populace as to why the United States continually lags behind other industrialized countries in developing new renewable energy systems. Just take a look; in 2006, the European Union laid the groundwork for further development of this Science Internet technology for energy. Green technologies have all given rise to a new medium of communications and infrastructure. In Europe and Japan, it has taken the lead in developing and implementing renewable green and Internet energy. Meanwhile, the US is stuck with our antiquated energy policies and infrastructure that still rely on fossil fuel. This is more than enough reason to implement National Economic Reform and its Science and Technology directives.
The second directive focuses on clean enough, fresh water being made available for every American, and eliminating the prospect of another drought that caused irrevocable damage to this past summer’s harvested crops. Again, the United States has the Science technology to supply fresh water to areas where there are shortages. An intercontinental aqueduct that crisscrosses the country, bringing water to areas that need it most is a priority that can’t wait any longer. To those skeptics that continue to say we can’t afford to spend billions of dollars on building the infrastructure that would accommodate this monumental undertaking forget one of the biggest reasons and purposes behind National Economic Reform: to have the United States regain its financial capabilities. If we constructed the oil pipeline from Alaska, we could do likewise for water, our most precious natural resource.
The third directive concerns the eventuality of natural disasters. Earthquakes, tornados, hurricanes, and major power outages all are facts of life. But what the United States must do to minimize the devastation caused is to have in place better warning systems, safer and sturdier construction that will be able to withstand any contingency that arises out of a natural catastrophe, and have in place relief efforts readily available so that another Katrina-like the episode will never happen again.
The fourth directive is already being considered by scientists the world over. To make what President Kennedy started to become more of a reality for deep space travel and realistically transport men and equipment to distant planets, space travel has to be reinvented, speaking. This is because our known laws of physics have only kept humanity very limited in space exploration. That is until now. It is this forth directive that will have far-reaching implications, to say the least.
We must remember that since the dawn of humanity, man has always looked up to the heavens and pondered that ageless question of whether we are alone or are their other life forms somewhere out in the Universe. From the first time the man notices those shining stars above, we have become fascinated by the reality of what is really out there. Humanity has always pondered the possibilities of other life forms that could very possibly be inhabiting other worlds. Even before Ancient Egypt, the question of was humanity influenced by Alien life forms has always sparked debate. Stonehenge is one example of just maybe humanity was assisted with the building of that monument. And, there are others all over the world that to this day cannot be explained using our present knowledge and technology.
The Roswell case and Area 51 come quickly when we think of Alien visitors. What happened that night in 1947 indicates that we may have just had a visit from some alien life form. To this day, there are still conflicting reports of what actually occurred in Area 51. Is there still a cover-up of what happened, or is it all a hoax in an attempt to create more speculation of the existence of Alien life forms? It really is difficult to comprehend, considering the vastness of space and the abundance of other galaxies, to think that humanity on earth is the only life form in the entire universe.
This fourth directive has to do with the fact that man by nature is inquisitive, always searching for meaning, answers to the what if’s, the facts of life’s existence, and the answers to what really is out there in the cosmos. This has stirred the never-ending pursuit to find the answers. Finding those answers lies with developing the technologies that would make it feasible to actually secure the knowledge of what the Universe holds for humanity.
The United States was beginning to develop the technology that would enable man to actually solve some of the mysteries of the Universe with the deployment of the Supercollider that was almost completed in 1993. The experiments that were to be conducted would have enabled scientists to realize what Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity entailed finally. Part of the answers remain hidden, but we know now that nuclear fusion and atoms accelerate to the speed of light—roughly one hour ride to Jupiter. The Supercollider project’s whole concept was to create and prove molecules can move as fast as atoms. We were very close to achieving molecular momentum, accelerating to the speed of light and nuclear fusion. Unfortunately, in their shortsightedness, congress failed to renew the funding for the completion of the Supercollider project. The reality hit home because the cost to dismantle what was already constructed cost much more in taxpayers’ money than what was needed to finish construction. Just another way Congress still can’t get it right. Today, there has been a renewed interest from the international scientific community. A new smaller version has been completed under the Swiss and French border and is more than capable of finishing what the United States tried to do in 1993.
Involved in the fourth directive is proving and achieving molecular acceleration equal to that of atomic acceleration. Once we do, humanity might be able to expand our knowledge of our own galaxy and others greatly. Albert Einstein proved that atoms accelerated to the speed of light. It is now up to this directive and involving the rest of the world’s scientific community to figure out molecular reconstruction and reconstruction of when molecules achieve the acceleration point of atomic particles and reconstruct the same molecules as before after the acceleration has been achieved. All one has to do to visualize this is look at any Star Trek shows when they say, “beam me up.” It isn’t so far from becoming a reality. Without gaining this knowledge, humanity will find it next to impossible to reach and explore the far reaches of our own galaxy, let alone the rest of the universe.
We are close, but we aren’t there yet, and the prime goal of this fourth directive is to finish the job. Once we do, humanity might be able to like that saying, “boldly go where no man has gone before.” It is to this end that the Science and Technology directive focuses on bringing together the rest of the international community and other industrialized nations in creating an International Space Exploratory Federation using all the available aerospace contractors and encouraging more countries to provide resources so that more opportunities in developing newer technologies will enable humanity to have the availability to fulfill our ultimate destiny.
The fifth directive is in the medical field of advancing and distributing vaccines and treatments so that any threat of a pandemic outbreak will be held in check. In the United States, dreaded diseases are resurgent such as TB, smallpox, whooping cough, and a whole assortment of other diseases that early vaccinations would practically eliminate any threat of a resurgence of the diseases that are on the rise today. All too often, misguided information, lack of funding, or just plain ignorance have placed our society at risk. When the medical community is very much concerned that any outbreak of communicable diseases could at any moment spread like wildfire, quick containment and vaccinations are imperative. This fifth directive goes along with National Economic Reforms, Universal Health Care.
A plan of direction for the United States is the purpose and guide of National Economic Reform. The Science and Technology Directives outlined will have a direct effect on the future of America. It is the intent of total reform from which the United States will emerge from the quandaries that have befallen this nation. In implementing National Economic Reform in its entirety, the United States will rise like that Phoenix to lead the world into that brighter future.