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Disasters create a power struggle for funding at local level
Disasters like 2009 ice storm are coming more often.
Disasters create a power struggle for funding at local level

Kentucky Power Politics and Regional Disasters

Power politics follows the money in Kentucky. And now in 2010, a whole lot of money is being directed toward disaster recovery and disaster planning. During the past four years, there have been seven Presidential Disaster Declarations for Kentucky. The latest being the last week of July:  President declares disaster in Pike Co.flooding Nasty business! Having a Presidential statement naming your state as ground zero for major disasters is something you, as a state or local leader, would really just as well pass the honor to someone else.

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Technology & Science

National Geospatial Intell Agency
...In this mix of traditional and super modern intelligence organizations, the poster child of both worlds is the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency.  When I left Murray State University in 1969, the Department of Geography was seeking funding for a new research platform called remote sensing. This effort became the Mid America Remote Sensing Center at MSU...
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National Imagery and Mapping Agency

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National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

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Temporal Intelligence and Kentucky
Ky National Guard responded during the 2009 ice storm
Temporal Intelligence and Kentucky

Temporal Intelligence and Kentucky

 "...State planning in Kentucky has all but collapsed from any serious attempt to link state budget forces to local or regional realities of urban and rural problem solving. Kentucky planning has become bankrupt of its ability to engage futurists in preparing for temporal intelligence...

During the last actions of the Kentucky General Assembly, the members saw fit to kill its own forecasting agency, the Long Term Policy Research Center, for fear of having facts be delivered to them as they spent money to protect special interests...

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