Header Image Credit: Pixabay

The header image above depicts the “Badlands” in South Dakota where the soil conditions are so bad that even weeds and thorns find it difficult to grow there. Almost nothing grows in this type of soil but nevertheless our technology could produce food even in this barren place because your system does not depend on surface soil conditions.

Developing Remote Regions

The map below shows sparsely populated regions of the earth that have little or no human habitation. It is in these regions that have room to expand our living system to build new civilizations in every nation that permits us to develop their remote and uninhabited regions (as seen in white) below.

Image Credit: World GeographyGoogle

The population map above shows where human population is concentrated on earth and it also shows where there are sparsely inhabited regions. Each blue dot represents 100,000 people showing the regions that are shaded blue with thick dots are heavily populated.

The regions that appear mostly “white” are regions that are sparsely populated and almost void of human habitation. It is in these sparsely populated regions of the earth where we want to build our civilizations and create a new living system that utilizes technology to generate energy and grow food and create products needed to sustain human life within any environment on earth.

Image Credit: QUARTZ – GSHAP

Above is a Global Seismic Hazard map showing the highest incidence of earthquake activity as colored in red while the regions of white color have a low incidence of earthquake activity. It is interesting that many of the areas of sparsely populated regions are the same regions of low earthquake incidence. This is another advantage of building within these sparsely populated regions which have a reduced risk of natural disasters such as earthquakes.