August 6 2018
This post combines Oil Wars, Mad Max, and the Military Combined Space Operations Center.
The Project For a New American Century can be considered a War Project for Oil.
The group was Co-founded by Robert Kagan in 1997, a member of the Council of Foreign Relations. There are many corporate members representing the Oil Industry in 2018.
The Price of a Barrel Of Oil has risen from $11 in 1998 to
to $70 in 2018.
Output of OIl has increased from 66 million barrels in 1998 to 99 million barrels in 2018.
The Total Dollars Generated per day increased from 726 Million dollars per day in 1998, to 6.9 Billion Dollars per day
What is the Legacy besides Profits and U.S Hegemony of the Oil War?
Mad Max Fury Road opens with these words.
My name is Max. My world is fire and blood. Why are you hurting these people? It's the oil, stupid. - Oil wars. - We are killing for guzzoline. The world is running out of water. Now there's the water wars. Once, I was a cop. A road warrior searching for a righteous cause. - to the terminal freak-out point. Mankind has gone rogue, terrorizing itself. Thermonuclear skirmish. The earth is sour. Our bones are poisoned. We have become half-life. As the world fell... ...each of us, in our own way, was broken.
Sample Temperature Map
The Anti-Hero in Mad Max Fury Road is a kind of a Cat, named
The New US Combined Space Operations Center...Hold your breath folks..here is the Payoff Joke of this Post...
...Is a Tiger that straddles the World's Water!!!
I want you to think out-of-the box. Could PNAC point to advanced Weather Weapons, not just HAARP, from that era?
Could PNAC point to advanced Weather Weapons, not just HAARP, from that era?
Further, transformation advocates tend
to focus on the nature of revolutionary new
capabilities rather than how to achieve the
necessary transformation: thus the National
Defense Panel called for a strategy of
transformation without formulating a
strategy for transformation. There has been
little discussion of exactly how to change
today’s force into tomorrow’s force, while
maintaining U.S. military preeminence
along the way.
Is PNAC Military discussion, particularly SPACECOM, involved with a Simulation Of Reality?
it is possible to foresee the general characteristics of the
current revolution in military affairs.
Broadly speaking, these cover several
principal areas of capabilities:
• Improved situational awareness and
sharing of information,
• Range and endurance of platforms
• Precision and miniaturization,
• Speed and stealth,
• Automation and simulation.
These New classes of sensors –
commercial and military; on land, on and
under sea, in the air and in space – will be
linked together in dense networks that can
be rapidly configured and reconfigured
This quote may point to Military Industrial Complex's real Mission of Driving Out True Innovation.
Activity today tends to
drive out innovation for tomorrow. Second,
the lack of an immediate military competitor
contributes to a sense of complacency about
the extent and duration of American military
dominance. Third, and perhaps most telling,
the process of transformation has yet to be
linked to the strategic tasks necessary to
maintain American military dominance.
This is in part a problem for transformation
enthusiasts, who are better at forecasting
technological developments than aligning
those technological developments with the
requirements for American preeminence.