World Thinker Series
International is launching a series of reports that
will be released over the next 18 months. These reports
will form the "World Thinker" series: a collection
of reports that addresses some of the most serious and
urgent problems facing mankind in the early 21st Century.
first report "2007: Solving
Peak Oil" is now available. To order your copy
online click on the link or the graphic.
second report "2007: Peak Oil - The Electric Vehicle
Imperative" will be a more detailed version of
the first, going into more technical and market details.
It will be completed for pre-subscribers only in late
October to November 2005.
next report will address the global disaster of Nuclear
Power and the urgent need to apply known technology
to neutralise the thousands of tonnes of radioactive
waste that have accumulated around the globe for over
60 years. It will lay out the blueprint for a new generation
of safe nuclear reactors that cannot be used for military
purposes, that can clean up the stocks of accumulated
radioactive waste and can ensure mankind's energy security
for generations to come.
report after that will lay out a Blueprint for Civil
Aviation in the 21st Century. The technologies exist
and have existed for decades to greatly improve the
performance, safety, comfort and economics of airliners.
As oil supplies fall in the first half of this century,
the case for applying these Advanced Aerodynamic and
Propulsion Technologies will become stronger and stronger.
next report will cover what is loosely termed "The
New Physics". For nearly 100 years we have known
that everyday physical reality is illusory. Application
of the discoveries of Quantum and Wave Mechanics and
Chaos Theory promises the possibility of technological
advance that will make the 20th Century look primitive.
The study will address how the application of 20th Century
Technology took a number of poor commercial choices
and how instead true Life Enhancing Technologies can
be developed to advance Human Civilisation.
report after that will cover Global Agriculture. It
will lay out how Agriculture can be changed to be sustainable,
in harmony with nature, yet enhance productivity and
end food shortages in areas of marginal climactic conditions.
It will show how the deserts of the world can and must
at least partially be reclaimed as productive land.
Global reafforestation, the end to the experiment with
GMOs, replacements for fertiliser, herbicide and insecticides,
changes in diet and the food industry to a sustainable,
healthy future as well as an industrial future to replace