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This video is made in loving memory of the late Edward McCollough, former Director of Rockwell Space Center, Boeing scientist, and principal to a NASA Skunkworks Mission to Mars research program where Ed wrote about in 2008 what it would entail for us humans to live in domed cities on the moon.

In this video, Ed shares two disruptive technology proposals to improve our critical status on global warming. One solution contends with a remedy to coal emissions - Coal Fly Ash. Another solution addresses reducing nuclear emission and potential hazards by changing current nuclear reactors that contain dangerous actinides to salt molten reactors.

We are honored to have had the privilege and pleasure to spend extensive time with Ed listening to his decades of experience, while learning about his patents and extraordinary projects.

Here’s to you Ed: a Genius, a Renaissance Man, a Lover of Humanity and Mother Earth, a Husband, a Father, an Planetary Pioneering Emissary, forging frontiers where no one dares to go, way before your time. You will continue to inspire us in our hearts and minds as your projects come to revelation and we learn more about Mars, the Moon, and the path to planetary inhabitation and protection through the benevolent gifts you left us...

Grass Valley, CA, USA
As a graduate of Hunter College in NYC, having majored in Philosophy and minored in Multidisciplinary Arts, I had the upfront and personal pleasure to witness in the 90s and early 2000, an expansive “Golden Age” of multicultural cross-disciplinary pioneering during those times. Having had the opportunity to live, work, and befriend many incredibly multi-disciplinary NYC artists, I witnessed first-hand breakthroughs with many of my artist and musician friends, where creativity was exploding in the areas of drawing, music, poetry, fiction writing, painting, sculpture, filmmaking, theatre, documentary filmmaking, screenplay writing, photography, performance art, and dance, and all forms of cross-bred fusion, all during a PostModern Era where “anything goes,” which provided a unique understanding of how “envelopes” were being pushed; stereotypes challenged; and new art form were being created. As an advocate for environmental protection , climate change activism, human rights, human evolution, animal rights, gender equality, indigenous justice, ethical diplomacy, and fulfilling the SDGs by 2040, I hope to make impactful contributions in these areas through film. I also hope to more fully exploring issues and stories around identity, karma, hereditary lineage, family, and collective indigenous cultural histories as karmic impacts over time... As a Chinese-Phillipino-American writer and filmmaker I hope to bring greater voice and authentic significant representation to those who are not seen or heard. more...

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