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Growing the matter relates to dimensions of time or how to revise the industry

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Former HSE Coordinator, BMF Port Burgas EAD

Engineer MS, Postgraduate HSE Work Experience: Industrial automation - 30 + years, HSE - 7 years Languages: Current in English, French, and Russian Professional skills:    Manage teams,...

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Growing the matter relates to dimensions of time or how to revise the industry

Overspending the resources and the time over the last 70 years is leading to social and industrial catastrophes.

The current coronavirus crisis is just a test to show it.

The way to escape out from that crisis with some resources demands the industry be revised.

There are three industrial sectors of the near future to be focused on:

1. Astronautics

2. Biology

3. Power exploring

To be able to revise those three sectors we need to go at first for progressive planning.

For example:

1. After human beings reached the Moon Elon Musk is planning the planet of Mars instead of the next solar system.

2. The science of biology reached its boundaries in the front of coronavirus instead to go for the beginnings.

3. Into the power generation E-drive runs after the combustion one instead of for M-drive for planetary transport and G-drive for space penetration.

4. Electrical field might be controlled by the magnetic one but ITER is trying to do the opposite one instead to go for gravitation control into the collider.

All four statements above show the lack of understanding the progressive planning.

Time ago on some Energy Central article it was a question: How the fish is growing?

That question was related to the development of the marine power industry but till now no one cares about the answer: Around its eye.

Now we need to revise the industry as a base of the near future and the question is: How about the time?

P.S. I spoke to Giesecke & Devrient GmbH that the matter of cash will not disappear, will just change.


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