1 January 1936
The Oval Office
Roosevelt: Hello, Professor Einstein. I understand you have a new scientific development that could be of great import to our country?
Einstein: Yes, Mr. President. I call it... the technological singularity. If all goes well, it could multiply our nations industrial capacity manyfold. It is explained in full in these documents, but for the maximum effect, we must act immediately.
Roosevelt: Very interesting. What do you recommend as our first course of action?
Einstein: We must begin by expanding our construction knowledge. To do this, I recommend building as many naval bases as possible.
Roosevelt: Naval bases? I thought this was a scientific endeavor?
Einstein: It may have begun as a purely scientific endeavor, but now is the time to put it into practice.
Roosevelt: And what if... what if it doesn't work?
Einstein: All will not be lost. We can still develop our secret weapon.
Roosevelt: You mean the atom bomb?
Einstein: No, the Chronosphere.
Roosevelt: The what?
Einstein: Never mind.
Version: 1.1 Vanilla
Gaminess: That's pretty much all this is.
Everything in the country is human controlled.
Note: I'm a bit lazy, so this won't be a 100% to-the-hour speedrun.