posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 06:06 AM
reply to post by Colopatiron
I know his name is used a lot here, but Gerald Celente has forecast that there will be a renaissance. The biggest and best opportunities over the next
twenty to thirty years will be in new technology, energy, ecological and environmental etc.
Farming is expected to rise, and I do believe your lovely Monsanto (sp?) will be forced out of meddling. The Federal Government will be forced by the
people (during the second revolution perhaps) to remove all restrictions and legislation blocking people from supporting themselves through farming
and the like.
I've seen this movement coming slowly for the past five years or so in the UK. People are all moving toward more ecological ideas. One of the biggest
leaders in this movement is in architecture.
There are so many new buildings focusing on environmental impact, beauty, sustainability. Green is the new black. Finally buildings are being designed
to lessen their visual impact and work in-tune with the environment.
I personally had always thought it would take something truly catastrophic, WW3 or something similar, to force people in this direction. While I'd
thought necessity would lead to it, I'd never considered an economic collapse as a motivating force. Short-sighted I suppose.
It's a great prospect. The leaps we could make in energy production over the next few years are immense, especially now that the investment money
will be flowing toward such goals.