• Class #5: Basics of Physical Economy—Defeating the Mega Drought

    Class #5: Basics of Physical Economy—Defeating the Mega Drought

     June 06, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    From California to Colorado, from North Dakota to Texas, the Western United States is being ravaged by what some are calling possibly the worst drought in the modern era. Reducing water use and attempting to recycle limited supplies will not work.

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  • Class #4— Why Do We Have To Go To Mars?

    Class #4— Why Do We Have To Go To Mars?

     May 24, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    President Trump and statesman & economist Lyndon LaRouche have placed a challenge before all of us. Just as President Kennedy mobilized the Apollo Moonshot, “to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills.”

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  • The Developing Fugue of LaRouche’s Mars Project

    The Developing Fugue of LaRouche’s Mars Project

     May 22, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    In 1988, when Lyndon LaRouche proposed a 40 year project to build a science city on Mars, the imperial minions and stuck-in-the-mud pundits attempted to use the proposal as the basis for their ultimate derision: “Why he’s so crazy, he even wants to build a city on Mars!”

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  • Can NASA Launch Humans to Mars Under A Crashing Green Agenda?

    Can NASA Launch Humans to Mars Under A Crashing Green Agenda?

     May 19, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    Donald Trump’s popular and bold vision of returning to manned exploration of the Moon and, from there, voyaging to Mars, implemented as Project Artemis, has so far survived the change of administrations. But the two projects—one which celebrates the human mind and its ability to discover physical and universal truths at the frontiers of science, the other based on a vicious anti-human myth—are hardly capable of co-existence. Hence, my image from the last article of Biden manically shooting rockets into space which are tethered to the earth. So ensconced are the Luddites that Biden/Harris established a brand new position in NASA, that of Senior Climate Advisor. It is led by the fanatical climate modeler, Dr. Gavin Schmidt. Schmidt is also current director of the Goddard Institute for Space Studies, having occupied that position under Obama while playing a key role in Obama’s radical environmentalist agenda.

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  • Monetary Policy Won't Stop Inflation, Physical Growth Will

    Monetary Policy Won't Stop Inflation, Physical Growth Will

     May 09, 2021 ·   · 3 reactions

    As inflation surges—in basic commodities, used cars, home prices, etc., the response coming from inside the Beltway is doomed to fail. Monetarist tools, whether it be government spending or adjusting money supply and interest rates, miss the twin elephants in the room: an out-of-control speculative bubble, reignited since the 2008 crash, and the collapse of real physical production, fueled by the pandemic shutdowns and green policies. 

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  • How Bach Can Make America Great Again

    How Bach Can Make America Great Again

     April 26, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    Join My-Hoa Steger as we dive into an investigation of the mind of J.S. Bach, specifically through one of his fugues from his breakthrough Well-Tempered Klavier, to give you a glimpse into one of the greatest and most passionate geniuses that ever lived. We can make America great by coming to know the minds of the geniuses that came before us. Whether it be J.S. Bach, Johannes Kepler, Abraham Lincoln, or Lyndon LaRouche—humanity is happier and more powerful for the gift of these minds.

  • A Wright Brothers Moment of Great Ingenuity Flying On Mars

    A Wright Brothers Moment of Great Ingenuity Flying On Mars

     April 20, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    With Ingenuity and Perseverance we can overcome all obstacles and reach new heights of discovery. Now 117 years after the Wright brothers succeeded in making the first powered flight on Earth, this week the Ingenuity Mars helicopter became the first to achieve powered flight on Mars. The airfield on Mars that Ingenuity launched its autonomous flight from has been named the Wright brothers field, "named in recognition of the ingenuity and innovation that continues to propel exploration." (Thomas Zurbuchen, Associate Administrator, NASA Science Mission Directorate)

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  • STEM Won't Save a Child's Mind or a Nation in Collapse: History's Fundamental Discoveries Will

    STEM Won't Save a Child's Mind or a Nation in Collapse: History's Fundamental Discoveries Will

     April 18, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    It is widely recognized that America’s future depends on an increasing emphasis on scientific and technological development. While this requires a broad-based emphasis on science education at all levels, we must go deeper than the popular notion of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Science education must focus on developing the power of the mind to dig deeper into the causal principles of physics, life and mind. In his writings on education, Lyndon LaRouche set forth a program for this by guiding the students, from the youngest age, in the reconstruction of the seminal conceptual breakthroughs in science from ancient Greeks, to the Renaissance and then to the frontier discoveries and unsolved scientific problems of today. Put down the roots and the STEM will grow! 

  • Does Senator Bill Nelson Have The Passion to Lead NASA?

    Does Senator Bill Nelson Have The Passion to Lead NASA?

     March 30, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Joe Biden has nominated former Senator Bill Nelson to replace Jim Bridenstine as NASA Administrator. This appointment is mission critical for our country; it should be scrutinized by patriots with that in mind.  At 78 years old, Nelson has decades of experience working with NASA, while Bridenstine was the youngest administrator ever to lead our space program.  

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  • Are Our Children Really Learning Science in School, or Are They Being Brainwashed?

    Are Our Children Really Learning Science in School, or Are They Being Brainwashed?

     March 28, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    We’re being told to “follow the science” on Covid, but the orders from Tony Fauci and other authorities change one hundred eighty degrees from one day to the next. What is science? Do our citizens know what it is? Our schools teach them that science is nothing but a sackful of mathematical formulas, plus the new “Green” religion of “Climate Change.” Is that true?

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  • Why the Oligarchy Hates the Atom: Nuclear Energy and Science

    Why the Oligarchy Hates the Atom: Nuclear Energy and Science

     March 26, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    We are again on Mars. As the pandemic has also made clear, science, and in particular, the principles of physical economy, are the critical activity. The so-called debate over “reshoring” of U.S. manufacturing is already over. We must produce! All of America knows we must secure our supply chains, so that we again can become the leading industrial nation, and a leading exporter to the world. So, too, we will innovate, building a modern, optimistic, outward-looking and exciting nation once again.

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  • The Peaceful Atom: The Awesome Power of Nuclear Energy

    The Peaceful Atom: The Awesome Power of Nuclear Energy

     March 24, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    The sun and the wind—certain gifts of God and nature—have been “weaponized” as solar and wind “farms” and turned against humanity, God’s highest creation on earth. The loaded term, “renewables,” is used to the same end. In this article we concentrate on the importance of nuclear energy, not on the modern-day solar and wind energy hoax. However, solar and wind energy, financed by the highest levels of the oligarchy’s financial houses and banks, is a weapon of choice to destroy sane, reasonable modes of energy production and collapse the power grids of the advanced sector nations. The United States, as the leading republic and continental in scope, is the target in particular.

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  • Remembering LaRouche's Role in the SDI

    Remembering LaRouche's Role in the SDI

     March 23, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    38 years ago today, President Ronald Reagan shocked the U.S., European, and Soviet establishments by announcing a policy Lyndon LaRouche had been developing and promoting for years, a crash program to develop beam defense systems capable of defeating nuclear missiles—what Reagan called the Strategic Defense Initiative. In later years, LaRouche, Russian leaders and others proposed that the same technologies could be used to defend our planet from asteroids and other objects, calling it the Strategic Defense of Earth. That mission, coupled with the economic spin-offs flowing from such scientific and technological breakthroughs, makes this policy just as important today, as it was in 1983.

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  • What do we Do about our Horrible Schools? Part 2–Science Education

    What do we Do about our Horrible Schools? Part 2–Science Education

     March 17, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    As we get the political power to do it, we’re going to revolutionize all of education in the United States, beginning with K-12 education. Once we work out some of the kinks, we’ll be able, using Lyndon LaRouche’s methods, to graduate students from the 12th grade who have a much better education, all around the spectrum, than four-year college graduates get today.  Not simply quantitatively better, but qualitatively superior, “in a whole different league.”

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  • A "Builders Party" Could Fix the West's Exceptional Drought

    A "Builders Party" Could Fix the West's Exceptional Drought

     March 13, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    The western water crisis has returned with a vengeance over the last three months, shattering "exceptional drought" records for the western states (going back to the formation of the U.S. Drought Monitor in 1999). 20% of the American west has reached the most severe U.S. Drought Monitor level, “exceptional drought,” with 75% in some level of drought, and growing discussion of a “megadrought.”

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  • The Fanatical Frogman Who Stunk Up WHO’s China COVID Investigation

    The Fanatical Frogman Who Stunk Up WHO’s China COVID Investigation

     February 22, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Even the China CDC disagrees with the World Health Organization (WHO) investigative team’s leading hypothesis that the Wuhan wet market remains the most likely origins of the COVID pandemic. A team of Chinese scientists in a paper published in the January 24, 2020 British medical journal The Lancet concluded that the wet market was not the source.

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  • NASA Perseverance Rover Lands on Mars!

    NASA Perseverance Rover Lands on Mars!

     February 18, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    NASA's Perseverance Rover has successfully landed on Mars! 

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  • Texas Frozen by Biden - Wall Street Lunacy

    Texas Frozen by Biden - Wall Street Lunacy

     February 17, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    If you want to see what the future will be like under the Great Reset pushed by Biden and the Davos elite, just look at what’s happening in Texas right now. As a strong winter storm brings below freezing temperatures, with snow and ice over most of the state, there are massive electrical shortages causing untold hardship and death. More than 4 million people are out of electricity and several deaths have already been blamed on the shortages. The state’s cattle, dairy, and poultry farmers face a growing disaster the longer power is out.

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  • The Avatar President Arrives: Cookies for Human Props; Pure Hell for the Economy

    The Avatar President Arrives: Cookies for Human Props; Pure Hell for the Economy

     January 27, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Less than a week into his occupation of the White House, the Avatar President, Joe Biden, has, not surprisingly, launched a head-on assault against the U.S. economy, at the behest of his imperial masters. But unlike during previous, similar wholesale looting attacks and outright robbery of the population, President Trump awakened the U.S. citizenry to their power, and they will not go back to tolerating a less than human condition.

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  • President Trump Issues Major Executive Order Promoting Nuclear Power

    President Trump Issues Major Executive Order Promoting Nuclear Power

     January 18, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    If you want to explore space, and develop the earth fully on a higher infrastructure and living platform suitable for human beings, your feelings about what you have been taught to like or not as an energy source must yield to the actual laws of the universe. As Lyndon LaRouche put it, when it came to this topic: “Anything but the advancement of energy flux density through the means of nuclear technologies is a pollution. The Greenies and environmentalists are the biggest pollutants to the progress of humanity. Zero growth must not be tolerated.” LaRouche was right. Anything that worsens the conditions of life and progress in that direction is a pollution.

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  • How the Political Fight is Expressed in Scientific Method

    How the Political Fight is Expressed in Scientific Method

     December 23, 2020 ·   · 1 reaction

    Ben Deniston is the featured guest on this week's West Coast meeting. Here are his opening remarks.

  • Trump Lays Groundwork for Nuclear Power Advance

    Trump Lays Groundwork for Nuclear Power Advance

     December 05, 2020 ·   · 1 reaction

    As a result of the groundwork laid by the first Trump Administration, Idaho National Laboratory (INL) will soon be the site of the first American small modular nuclear reactor module, developed by NuScale Power, as the Joint Use Modular Plant (JUMP). This first module will be dedicated to nuclear research. In October, after NuScale’s small modular reactor (SMR) was the first to receive design approval from the Nuclear Energy Regulatory Commission earlier this year, the Trump Administration’s Department of Energy authorized a $1.4 billion grant to help defray costs for a group of small utilities that will be first in line to buy power from a scaled up, commercial NuScale power plant.

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  • Part 1: What Is Energy Flux Density?

    Part 1: What Is Energy Flux Density?

     October 09, 2020 ·   · 1 reaction

    The prospects of a re-election of Donald Trump, and a successful defeat of the attempted coup against his presidency, raises the potential for the United States to return to the mission orientation long advocated for by Lyndon LaRouche. The enemy is the British imperial system, including, emphatically, ideological enslavement, as has been increasingly enforced upon the world in the name of globalization (what some call globalism).¹  This present system is responsible for the deaths of countless millions throughout the underdeveloped world, and has left so-called developed countries like the United States in post-industrial ruins. 

    What is the alternative? 

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  • Notes on the Legacy of Lyndon LaRouche and the Future of Science

    Notes on the Legacy of Lyndon LaRouche and the Future of Science

     August 06, 2019 ·   · 1 reaction

    Over a long and productive life, Lyndon LaRouche, Jr. provided a myriad of inter-related original contributions to science, art, and philosophy, all flowing from his central discovery in, what he emphasized, was the over-arching field of the science of physical economy (LaRouche, paraphrasing Carl Gauss, called his science of physical economy the “king of the sciences”). Current and future specialists in these fields, as well the rarer renaissance polymath, will, undoubtedly, bring forth new and unexpected discoveries from the implications of these contributions, especially as mankind extends his economic reach beyond the Earth.

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  • Earth as a Geological Telescope for Studying Galactic Physics

    Earth as a Geological Telescope for Studying Galactic Physics

     July 26, 2019 ·   · 1 reaction

    Some have called it cosmoclimatology.  Following pioneering work done by Henrik Svensmark, Nir Shaviv showed that changes in the galactic environment experienced by our Solar System have been the largest drivers of climate change on Earth over the past half billion years—mediated through the role of galactic cosmic radiation in cloud formation.

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  • Vernadsky’s Thoughts on LaRouche’s Second Triad

    Vernadsky’s Thoughts on LaRouche’s Second Triad

     May 27, 2019 ·   · 1 reaction

    In 2014 Lyndon LaRouche outlined a new conceptual insight into the development of modern science over the past millennium, identifying two multi-personality, multi-generational processes of scientific revolution: one, successful, and, a second, still wanting completion.[1]  Within LaRouche’s circles, these came to be referred to as the “two triads” of scientific revolution—each consisting of an investigation of (1) a minimum expression, (2) a maximum expression, and (3) a unifying resolution. 

    This wasn’t presented as a history lesson.

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  • Galaxy Project VI: Singularities and Anti-Entropy

    Galaxy Project VI: Singularities and Anti-Entropy

     January 20, 2016 ·   · 1 reaction

    When addressing the issue of the organization of galaxies as unified systems we quickly reach the limits of our basic understanding of physical science. A range of anomalous activity points to new domains of physics–new universal physical principles–currently outside our grasp. Central in all this is a mysterious singularity point in Einstein's general relativity–the supermassive black hole.

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  • Galaxy Project V: Galactic Cycles and Evolution of Life

    Galaxy Project V: Galactic Cycles and Evolution of Life

     January 06, 2016 ·   · 1 reaction

    Part 5 of the Basement's Galaxy Class Series. What role does the Galaxy play in the evolutionary development of advanced life on Earth? Cyclical fluctuations in the development and extinction of species correspond with the motion of our Solar System above and below the disk of our Galaxy -- but what is the connection? While most attempts to investigate this correlation are looking for a bottom-up kill-mechanism to explain the relation, here we will look to the work of Vladimir Vernadsky for a top-down approach to investigating the role of the Galaxy in the anti-entropic development of life on Earth.

  • Galaxy Project IV: Galactic Climate Change

    Galaxy Project IV: Galactic Climate Change

     December 09, 2015 ·   · 1 reaction

    Part 4 of the Basement's Galaxy Class Series. To understand the climate we experience on Earth we have to know our Galactic environment. As the Solar System travels through the Galaxy–into and out of its spiral arms, above and below the disk, through regions of higher and lower amounts of activity–the Earth's climate system has changed and evolved in response. Our Earth's own history provides a new window into the study of our Galaxy.

  • Galaxy Project III: Our Galactic Year & Dynamics

    Galaxy Project III: Our Galactic Year & Dynamics

     November 25, 2015 ·   · 1 reaction

    Part 3 of the Basement's Galaxy Class Series. An investigation into the dynamics - cause - on a galactic scale shows the failure of mathematical methods. While mankind can increasingly measure our motion, and other motions in our Galaxy, the principle is still unknown. This is examined in the case of our own Galactic year.

  • Galaxy Project Part II, Wandering Stars

    Galaxy Project Part II, Wandering Stars

     November 11, 2015 ·   · 1 reaction

    Part 2 of the Basement's Galaxy Class Series. What do we know about our Sun's motion through the Galaxy? Within the last century mankind has begun to realize that the steady, dependable stars of the night time sky are not fixed in place (as had been thought for millennia), but are traveling relative to our Sun, and to each other, at remarkable speeds. The most recent observation program (Hipparcos) has precisely measured the motions of over 100,000 stars (with a billion stars to be measured in the coming years). We are getting better and more precise descriptions than ever before, but do we have the scientific minds, like Kepler, to discover the underling principles?

  • New Paradigm Galaxy Project: Part I

    New Paradigm Galaxy Project: Part I

     October 28, 2015 ·   · 1 reaction

    Part I. "Time for the death of the death of science." For the New Paradigm show this week the Basement is launching a new class series on mankind's destiny as a galactic species. The opening class (Wednesday, October 28) will provide an introduction to the Galaxy as mankind's next scientific frontier, situated from the standpoint of Vladimir Vernadsky and Lyndon LaRouche. Successive classes with be released every other week, delving deeper into the Galactic frontier.

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  • Towards a Galactic Science Driver: The Solar System's Motion Through the Galaxy • Part 1

    Towards a Galactic Science Driver: The Solar System's Motion Through the Galaxy • Part 1

     September 09, 2015 ·   · 1 reaction

    Our Galaxy presents mankind with a new scientific frontier, expressed in different ways. In astronomical terms, it is not clear how the galaxy exists and operates as a single, unified system. In terms of the Earth's history, we see records of dramatic climate changes, variations in geophysical activity, and even fluctuations in the evolutionary process of life all corresponding to the changing relationship of our Solar System with the Galaxy. While these are often presented as independent studies, the 2015 Basement research report “Towards a Galactic Science Driver” examines these as aspects of a single challenge: the quest to understand the unifying principle of our Galaxy, as Kepler had discovered the unifying principle of our Solar System.

    In a continuation of this effort, here we will examine what we know (and what we don't know) about the motion of our Solar System through the Galaxy. This will be addressed in a series of posts. 

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  • A Vernadskian Reconsideration of Galactic Cycles and Evolution

    A Vernadskian Reconsideration of Galactic Cycles and Evolution

     May 20, 2015 ·   · 1 reaction

    As has been emphasized recently by Lyndon LaRouche and his Executive Intelligence Review magazine and LaRouche Political Action Committee, to understand climate, weather, and the behavior of water on our planet we must start by understanding the role of our galaxy.1 

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