In the second half of the 20th century, President Kennedy took the lead in developing a national leadership focused on science and technology. The trajectory that the United States later charted led America into the space age. Man was no longer confined to this planet. We reached the stars and went beyond. We put a man on the moon, built the International Space Station, launched the Hubble Telescope, which opened the universe to all mankind, and sent Voyager into an endless search to ‘boldly go where no one was before’.
All of this was because the incumbent president was courageous and took the responsibility to lay the groundwork for the United States to adopt a strong political plan that offers so many opportunities to millions of americans. Somehow, over the past five decades, the United States has lost the abundance that prevailed when President Kennedy steered that country in a new direction.
Undoubtedly, there were many miracles along the way in technology, science and medicine. For example, the Internet has opened up a whole new world full of possibilities that you could not have imagined before. Heart transplantation has now become an almost routine procedure. So many other miracles have happened since the early 1960s, but the leaders of the national course of action that would put the United States on the path to a better future have not happened since we sent a man to the moon. . It is within the framework of national economic reform that there is a direct course of action for the United States. The sixth article is probably the most ambitious directive of all existing ones. But this part is vital to America’s future and indeed to the rest of the world. Implementation of national economic reforms is essential for the future not only of the United States but of humanity as a whole, especially when science and technology guidelines are being implemented.
The United States must recognize and take decisive action on the five fronts set out in the sixth article of national economic reform. One of the most important issues is the extent of global warming that affects humanity and the world’s economies.
First, humanity has for too long relied on the fuel of the First and Second Industrial Revolutions. Modern technology has enabled the United States to abandon all fossil fuels while at the same time introducing cheaper alternative green energy to meet the country’s energy needs. There is no justification but greed to hold American society hostage to large fossil fuel conglomerates. Energy independence is now real with affordable alternative energy sources. The third industrial revolution has already begun, and it is under the guidance of science and technology that the energy of tomorrow will emerge as part of the national economic reform. We must remember that when the first industrial revolution unfolded, the fuel that ushered in a new way of life was entirely based on fossil fuels. This was followed by a tumultuous frenzy of drilling and mining that only led to the environmental disaster unfolding today. For the most part, however, U.S. government officials have consistently denied that our industrial infrastructure, which, incidentally, was built and still uses fossil fuels, is the cause of all the environmental consequences of global warming. with the world.
Today, the entire civilization is at a critical juncture. We have developed more technology in no time than at any time in history. The sad reality is that today’s masses of people, not only in the United States but around the world, do not have the benefits that these technologies can bring. More and more people are facing appalling living conditions here and at sea. More than a billion people are literally dying of hunger. The threat of global pandemics is as real as possible. We have developed and will continue to develop better technologies to end hunger and the threat of a pandemic. But the decision to use the technologies available to us and to develop them for the benefit of all mankind is based on the implementation of the Directive on Science and Technology of National Economic Reform.
The entire scientific community argues that radical changes in the fragile state of the Earth will cause events of biblical proportions, as people continue to use and consume fossil fuels. Today, the world is facing the massive extinction of marine life caused by the destructive nature of man in polluting our oceans. It is imperative that the United States change the direction, the persistence of erroneous ideologies and views that have prevailed for too long for this nation to ever rise from the ashes of our economic crisis. As part of the Science and Technology Directive, when Phoenix rises to lead the world in alternative energy. It’s like a six million-dollar man’s discovery: “We have technologies that will make him better, faster and stronger.” Guess what we’re actually doing.
To understand what has happened in the last hundred years of industrial revolutions that led to the global crisis, we need to look at the peak time of the second industrial revolution. In 1980, for the first time, scientists were really concerned about the impact of all the carbon released into the atmosphere by industrial complexes and our vehicles. It seems that throughout history there have been industrial changes using new technologies, and there is also an economic revolution. These new emerging energy sources allow for more independent economic activity. This, in turn, creates more opportunities for business development. Along with all these new technologies, there are improvements in communication or so-called revolutions that form the basis of people’s ability to organize, manage and control a new, more stable set of spatial dynamics. All this thanks to developing energy technologies.
In 1994, a new convergence of communications and energy invaded society. Internet technologies and the resurgence of renewable energy were about to merge into a powerful new infrastructure that would drive the Third Industrial Revolution. This third industrial revolution has already begun. And he’s going to change the world forever. Just think that over the next 50 years, hundreds of millions of people around the world will be able to produce their own green energy in their homes, offices and factories.