Submitted by Graham Kaye-Eddie on Tue, 2011-02-08 23:16
The collective emphasis on the importance of investing a monetary exchange of value is to predict and effect new ways of accomplishing futures. This should begin with infrastructure for enegy efficient means of getting from point to point. Basic research will follow in concert with such a challenge as it has in the past and will in the future. Such actions will bring unprecedented benefits in building the nation’s long-term mobility capacities to support cities.
Ideology is a very poor predictor of integrity or action. Ideology is not what determines the political assessments that most Americans make.
History strongly suggests that if a grassroots disruption threatens to unravel the social fabric, it is the fundamental impetus to real reform. Hysteria is rooted in fear and anger over the intransigence of the corporate plutocracy and the politbureau we are up against.
There is a good quote here that makes this opportunity a realistic answer to high-speed ground transportation futures. "The illiterate of the 21st Century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn." --- Alvin Toffler
It is extremely important to read this for the future of California's transportation.
Submitted by Graham Kaye-Eddie on Sun, 2011-01-30 18:39
We are living extraordinary times. We are part of a new worldwide generation attempting to evaluate and convert data into meaningful information
People all over the earth are watching, listening, reading, writing and drawing far more than any past time known to man. The Internet Industry has advanced extraordinarily fast into this “virtual world” to not only offer telephonic communication in the hand, but also the ability to visually, graphically and numerically to connect with computer proliferation and vast data storage devices.
Submitted by Graham Kaye-Eddie on Fri, 2011-01-28 12:04
ET3 is a self-directing, independent group of licensees whom through individual thought processes, in peer collaboration, accrue responsibility for their actions. This is not management from the “top down” or from the “ bottom up.”
Food should become an indispensable pillar of today’s economies. Agricultural practices are independent principles that nations should be allowed to act upon of their own volition. Agricultural policies of other nations should not submit to free trade regimes if indigenous food production is more efficient locally. All populations should become self-sufficient in food production.