November 15th 2010 • 1:13PM

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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October 27th 2010 • 3:19PM

The false notion of an empty time and space, containing self-contained, fundamental particles, prevents sane thinking about science, culture, and economics.

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October 19th 2010 • 3:29PM

Here we present another extension of the global NAWAPA program and the completion of the world land bridge: the bridging of the Darien Gap between Panama and Colombia, and the development of economic platforms for South America more generally.

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November 12th 2010 • 10:14PM

Wayne Voelz, a Land Development Project Manager discusses the implementation of NAWAPA, from the standpoint of projects he's worked on, and its impact on the creation of new agricultural land in Arizona and the southwest.

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October 20th 2010 • 3:03PM

Ed Hamler interviews Meghan Rouillard on the next project in the Extended NAWAPA Program: The Darién Gap.

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October 19th 2010 • 3:28PM

Here we present another extension of the global NAWAPA program and the completion of the world land bridge: the bridging of the Darien Gap between Panama and Colombia, and the development of economic platforms for South America more generally.

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Panel Two: Question & Answer

The discussion period following the second panel. The speakers include Professor Sergey Pulinets and Sky Shields.

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