An investigation into the electromagnetic processes of our planet, as they are connected to the broader domain of comic radiation, with emphasis on the interface of these processes with life in the oceans, and the implications this holds for man in the universe, as we intervene into this dynamic through the extended NAWAPA project.
LPAC Basement Team member Michael Kirsch gives the keynote address at the Kennewick, WA NAWAPA Conference on December 4, 2010.
EIR U.N. Correspondent Leni Rubenstein has just returned from China where she was invited, as an honored guest, to give several presentations on the potential collaboration between the United States and China, based on Lyndon LaRouche's discoveries in physical economics.
Retired Machinist from the Hanford Nuclear Reservation Keith Smith talks about what it takes to build NAWAPA.
A challenge to building NAWAPA: creating a new generation of skilled workers.
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.