In the second half of the 20th century, President Kennedy wore a glove to develop country guidelines focused on science and technology. On the road, which was later promoted by the United States to America in the space age.
All of this is happening because the current president has had the courage and leadership to prepare the groundwork for the United States to work on a core plan that opens up many opportunities for millions of Americans. Some like in the last five decades, the United States has lost the joy that reigned when President Kennedy called this country in a new direction.
Of course, there were many miracles in technology, science, and medicine. The Internet has opened its doors to a whole new world full of possibilities you have never imagined before. Many other miracles have occurred since the early 1960s, but the leadership to define and implement a national guide that puts America on the path to a better future has not happened since we put a man on the moon. It is part of the national economic reform, in which there is a direct US master plan. Article VI is perhaps the most ambitious directive. But this part is essential for the future of the United States and the rest of the world. The implementation of national economic reform is fundamental for the future not only for the United States but for all of humanity, especially when scientific and technological guidelines are applied.
The United States must recognize the five fronts currently described in Article 6 of the National Economic Reform and act decisively. One of the most important problems is the degree of global warming for humanity and the world’s economies. This first directive is perhaps one of the most debated and ambiguous issues today. We have to accept the facts when we present them.
First, the human race has long depended on the fuels of the first and second industrial revolutions. Modern technologies have allowed the United States to adopt mainly all kinds of fossil fuels, with cheaper green energy, to meet the energy needs of this country. There is no excuse for the greed to kidnap the American public to the big conglomerates of fossil fuels. Energy independence is already realistic with affordable alternative energy. Now the third industrial revolution and science and technology are beginning to lead the national economic reform that will bring the energy of tomorrow. You have to remember that when the first industrial revolution used fuels that found a new way of life, it was based on fossil fuels. A fury of drilling and mining followed, which only led to the development of an environmental catastrophe. But in the United States, our government officials generally consistently deny that our industrial infrastructure, built-in our way of using fossil fuels, is the cause of the environmental impact of global warming.
In 1994, the communities became the new meeting point for communication and energy. Internet technologies and the revitalization of renewable energy sources are merging into a powerful new infrastructure that will fuel the Third Industrial Revolution. This third industrial revolution has already begun. It will change the world forever, remember 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. Humanity will be able to share the “active internet” with each other, just as we can now create and share information online. The democratization of energy will require a fundamental reorganization of all human relations, which will influence the way we engage in business, community governance, training, and participation in social and cultural activities.