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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 ·   · 2 reactions

    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.