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A short, but important book that should be of interest to anyone who has an interest in getting
our economy back. Creating jobs might help. But we're not about to see massive off-offshoring
are we? And robotics are a-coming more and more. So what's the country to do?
the title: The "war effort" got us out of the Great Depression
. . . .now we need a government funded peace effort
The premise: the fed. financed the private-sector conversion for war-manufacture mobilization
million suddenly were back at work. Well we surely do want to accomplish re-employment,
certainly not for military matters. But the "war effort" paradigm (govt. directed/funded)
may be the only way to get a PEACE EFFORT up and going, not only creating new jobs for
the populace, but creating a new ecological and economic system for our future.
Just a couple of the many ideas I put discuss in THE "WAR EFFORT" GOT US OUT OF . . .
Transparent roofing material thus providing illumination by nuclear fusion (the sun)
A nationwide installation of "gray water" systems in homes and elsewhere so that we
stop using purer water than most of the world has to drink . . in which to shit
Adapting electric material-handling motor and battery systems (forklift/pallet jack)
for "commuta-cars", at least, if not for longer distance vehicles. Charge getting
low, pull into a "battery-station" and they slide the one out, the charged one in,
you pay and you're on your way. This system would enable regional generation
(wind and/or other) for the station's recharging facilities
In the book I present many more such ideas regarding vehicles, lighting, traffic, traffic lighting,
nuclear waste as heat-source . . . . .
The "war effort" got us out of the Great Depression
. . . . now we need a government funded peace effort . . .
by Appleton Schneider
available for Kindle download paperback edition from www.LULU.com