Taming the Darién Gap: Interview
Ed Hamler interviews Meghan Rouillard on the next project in the Extended NAWAPA Program: The Darién Gap.
North to the Future: Trans-Arctic Sea Routes
We review the impulse among leaders from around the Arctic, including Russia, Alaska, and nations in Scandinavia, to shift the maritime center of gravity of the planet from the Atlantic Ocean, and shipping channels such as the Suez Canal-- which has always been a geopolitical choke point for British imperial policy-- towards the fabled Northeast Passage, or Northern Sea Route. Recent expeditions have proven that shipping from Europe to Asia via the north pole is substantially faster and economically cheaper than the conventional routes through the Atlantic.
The Extended NAWAPA
LPAC presents a picture of how the NAWAPA concept will manifest across the globe. We take a look at four crucial case studies: Africa, Central Asia, Ibero-America and the Arctic.
The Cosmic Implications of NAWAPA
Biogenic Migration of Atoms: Nitrogen
Nuclear Power: An Inside Story
Remember when the United States was once a leader in nuclear power development? ..What happened?
Here we present the inside story, told by four experts representing the top levels of nuclear technology, who lived through the intentional shutdown of nuclear power in the United States.
Interview with Transportation Engineer Dr. Wen Cheng
Dr. Wen Cheng discusses how magnetic levitation works and the importance of a maglev transportation system from the standpoint of NAWAPA. Stay tune for more.
NAWAPA and Biospheric Engineering
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Our Extraterrestrial Imperative An interview with Dr. Joan Vernikos
Dr. Joan Vernikos, former head of NASA's Life Sciences Division (1993-2000), and a member of the National Academy of Sciences Space Studies Board, discusses the importance of manned space flight, from the standpoint of nearly 50 years of experience in the field of space biology.
NAWAPA Interview: Water Pathogens
Water treatment experts Mark Riley and Chuck Gerba discuss considerations of the NAWAPA water management system. They address such issues as reservoir and canal water quality, and the challenges of bacterial and viral issues which be faced in the NAWAPA project.
NAWAPA Interview: Dam building
Tom Hanley, Oregon based Civil Engineer, discusses considerations for dam building in the NAWAPA project.
NAWAPA Interview: Maglev Technologies
Maglev expert Elwin Hennis discusses the prospects for Maglev technology.
NAWAPA Interview: Hal Cooper on World Landbridge
LPAC-TV interviews American Rail Engineer Hal Cooper, who was also featured in NAWAPA: A Discussion with Experts, on the related proposal for a world land-bridge of high speed rail and related infrastructure corridors. Among other things, Hal discusses some of the nodes of the world land bridge yet to be completed, including the Darien Gap and Being Strait connections.
NAWAPA Interview: Construction Approach
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NAWAPA: Building the Future
In this week's edition of NAWAPA: Building the Future, the evolution of the NAWAPA program through related discussions and video studies will be reviewed, and viewers will be caught up to speed on the status the U.S. economic recovery.
NAWAPA: Building the Future
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.
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