Following Japan, China Develops Plan For Deepsea Habitation

Following Japan's Project Ocean Spiral, China has recently released plans for a 1.1 billion yuan (160 million USD) underwater city in the Hadal Zone (6000-11,000 meters deep) of the South China Sea. The prospective habitation will be designed somewhat like a space station, with docking platforms and cutting-edge analytical equipment. In contradistinction to Ocean Spiral,… Continue reading Following Japan, China Develops Plan For Deepsea Habitation

USA-Japan Nuclear Alliance — History, Importance & Prospective Policies For Technocultural Exchange

This text endeavours to lay out the history of US-Japanese nuclear relations, the geopolitical implications thereof and some tentative policy proscriptions pertaining thereto for maximally mutual advancement of both nation's interests. ◊ Table of contents Background on US-Japanese nuclear relations 2018 US-Japanese memorandum Importance of the alliance Reasons for the durability of success Geographic particularities… Continue reading USA-Japan Nuclear Alliance — History, Importance & Prospective Policies For Technocultural Exchange

Technodialogics: Considerations of the False Ruins of the Future & New Models of Discursive Mediation

The False Ruins of the Future Conversations pertinent to large-scale change – whether positive, negative or unclear – are fraught with discursive problems, namely, those involving prevailing eschatological modalities, which drive up anxiety and fear and abolish any semblance of reason, thereby making effective, human-positive1 communication, and thus, adaptation, difficult or impossible, as the future… Continue reading Technodialogics: Considerations of the False Ruins of the Future & New Models of Discursive Mediation