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Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
Youth  Council  Presentation 5  June 2009 (www.mohdpeterdavis.com)
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  • 1. ISLAMIC COUNTRIES NEXT 50 YEARS Presentation to Youth Council by Mohd Peter Davis 5 June 2009 www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 2.  
  • 3. Getting developing countries out of poverty
    • is POSSIBLE when
    • FOOD, ELECTRICITY and HOUSING
    • is made plentiful and affordable
    • Malaysia since Independence
    • is the proof
    • Has become the role model
    • for Islamic countries
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 4. Malaysia VISION 2020 Dr Mahathir’s 1991 Proposals to become fully developed nation Half population under 23 years 80% of Student Leaders say their Role Model is Dr Mahathir UPM Survey 2008 Preliminary Results www.mohdpeterdavis.com Photo Merdeka Day Photo by John Ishii
  • 5. Maglev Railway (flying on land) passengers and manufactured goods transported to all continents in 2 weeks www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 6. Youth can take the lead
    • Science & Technology
    • for peace and development
    • The world is full of unused technology
    • Youth leaders from 50 Islamic Countries
    • can explain on Blogs
    • how this modern technology
    • can develop their nations
    • over next 50 years
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 7. With the Nuclear Renaissance a whole new world becomes possible all the pent-up technology of the last 50 years can now be exploited www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 8.
    • Nuclear technology
    • has come a long way
    • since Chernobyl
    • Small 4th Generation nuclear reactors
    • are ‘inherently safe’
    • Reactor meltdown is
    • IMPOSSIBLE
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 9. South Africa’s Koeberg Nuclear Power Station Site of Pebble Bed Modular Reactor To supply Cape Town’s 3 million people by 2010 www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 10. Uranium Fuel Pebbles Radioactive material cannot escape www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 11. South Africa’s nuclear reactor ideal ‘workhorse’ power system
    • for developing countries
    • Different standard modules can produce
    • Electricity to power Industrial Cities- no need for national power grid
    • Desalinated water for residential use & agriculture & greening the deserts
    • Hydrogen for transportation- replace petrol
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 12. www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 13. Solar Power is Great for the birds the bees and the trees
    • Solar radiation from the sun
    • has powered the earth for 4 billion years
    • via photosynthetic bacteria and plants
    • BUT
    • to sustain 6.8 billion humans requires
    • NUCLEAR POWER
    • a far more powerful energy source
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 14. Nissan ALL-ELECTRIC Cube car by 2010 120kph top speed, range 160km Lithium-ion batteries Charge overnight with nuclear electricity will be highly economical and clean www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 15. The START of the HYDROGEN ECONOMY HONDA’s HYDROGEN CAR will start commercial production in 2008 Top Speed 160 kph Range 432 km Smooth, almost silent ride, only emission is water www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 16. Maglev Train departing Shanghai Station The 175 km Shanghai-Hangzhou (operational 2010) will take 30 minutes www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 17. American MAGLEV 2000 480 km per hour Revive this shelved technology www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 18. 480kph Passenger MAGLEV GUIDEWAY  www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 19. MAGLEV 2000Passenger and Freight Vehicles run on the SAME M-2000 Guideway MAGLEV PASSENGER MAGLEV FREIGHT TRAIN TRAIN 3.8 meters high 6 meters high 3.5 meters wide 4 meters wide Standard Container  GUIDEWAY  www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 20. Kuala Kubu Railway Station, c. 1903 www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 21. Malaysian Railways
    • 1957: 7 1 / 2 hours
    • Kuala Lumpur departure… 10.00 am
    • Singapore arrival … … … 5.35 pm
    • (source: Advert in The Straits Times 26 August 1957)
    • 2007: 7 hours
    • CONCLUSION
    • No progress since the British!
    • Mohd Peter Davis, Universiti Putra Malaysia
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 22. MAGLEV MALAYSIA connected to the world railway
    • Johor  Thai Border 2 hrs 20 mins
    • KL  Seremban 15 mins
    • KL  Kuantan 40 mins
    • KL  Butterworth 1 hour
    • KL  Terangganu 1 hr 10 mins
    • KL  Kota Baru 1hr 40 mins
    • Could be operational by 2020
    • Malaysia’s Young Scientists/Engineers
    • are willing
    • How about our Old Politicians?
    • www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 23. World Maglev Railway concept: Lyndon LaRouche www.larouchepac.com www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 24. What is the safest way to travel ?
    • DEATH RATE (a)
    • . TRAIN (b) 1
    • PLANE (b) 1
    • . CAR (b) 12
    • MOTOR BIKE (c) 170
    • Conclusion: Get the Youth off Motorbikes
    • (a) Per 1.7 billion passenger km (b) New York-Boston Route
    • (c) UK and America
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 25. Traveling by road is dangerous especially in Malaysia!
    • Road Deaths per million population
    • UK 53
    • JAPAN 67
    • AUSTRALIA 81
    • SPAIN 110
    • AMERICA 145
    • MALAYSIA 209
    • In the 20 th Century
    • Traffic Accidents claimed 30 million lives
    • Maglev is the safer, faster way to travel
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 26. Malaysia Food Self Sufficiency without imports or exports
    • Bread, roti canai etc 0%
    • Milk 1%
    • Beef, Mutton, Pork 4%
    • Chicken & Eggs 5%
    • Vegetables 45%
    • Rice 70%
    • Fruits 90%
    • Palm Oil and Fish 100%
    • This basic kampung diet will
    • only feed HALF OF Malaysia’s
    • POPULATION
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 27. Greening the Deserts, Jordan Irrigated Crop Circles Google Maps
  • 28. With Nuclear Power abundant cheap desalinated water
    • Deep Tropical animal production suitable for dry tropics, even deserts
    • Huge increase in world production of milk, beef and lamb
    • Underdeveloped counties can become
    • self-sufficient and achieve
    • western standard of human nutrition
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 29. Centre Pivot Irrigation System up to 1km long www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 30. With nuclear desalinated water Grass plantations, wheat and corn can be established throughout the tropics to feed the hungry in developing countries www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 31. www.mohdpeterdavis.com How Developing Countries CAN PRODUCE EMERGENCY FOOD and gain Self-Sufficiency by Mohd Peter Davis and N. Yogendran 21st Century Science & Technology (Washington USA) Spring 2009 Malaysia’s revolutionary Deep Tropical Agricultural system is a model for feeding the world fast And bringing the developing nations out of feudal poverty
  • 32. N. YOGENDRAN [email_address] Malaysian Inventor Deep Tropical animal production GIFT farming model for Milk Beef & Lamb www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 33. Malaysian GRASS PLANTATION grass grows 3-feet in 35 days GRASS CUT AT 35 DAYS IS PERFECT FOR FEEDING TO RUMINANTS Grass can be cut ten times per year for three years before ploughing www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 34. Climate Controlled Animal Shed near human housing for highly productive temperate cattle & cows in humid tropics www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 35. Figure 2 www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 36. Pregnant Jersey Cows Air freight from Australia June 2008 First Batch of 1200 Cows on RM50m Dairy Farm in Muadzam Shah, Malaysia www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 37. www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 38.
    • Malaysia ‘Nursery of the World’
    • A gigantic new export industry
    • 4-year-old nursery trees
    • for City Landscaping
    • & ‘Greening the Deserts’ Nuclear desalinated water
    • THE ONLY REQUIREMENT
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 39. Malaysia ‘Nursery of the World’
    • Malaysia can potentially supply all the 4-year-old trees (planted every 20 feet) to green all the world’s deserts over next 100 years
    • 12 times more profitable per acre compared to oil palm
    www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 40. Leptospermum poligalifolium Trees grow exceptionally fast outdoors in Malaysia This Australian tree is just 1 1 / 2 years old James Kingham at his giant Nurseries in Tanjung Malim www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 41. 2 1 / 2 years old RAIN TREES For instant landscaping projects www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 42. Malaysian Architect Mazlin Ghazali Inventor of Honeycomb Housing www.mohdpeterdavis.com
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  • 45. Honeycomb ® Housing Inventor: Malaysian Architect Mazlin Ghazali www.mohdpeterdavis.com
  • 46. Singapore : Henry Ridley (left) demonstrates rubber tapping 100 years Ago ‘ Rubber Ridley’ was labeled an eccentric He toured Malay with rubber seeds in his pockets trying to convince sugar and coffee planters that rubber was the wave of the future. They called him ‘Mad Ridley’ www.mohdpeterdavis.com

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