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  • Will Mission Artemis Rescue Our Nation and Its Youth From the Biden Harris Horror Show?

    Will Mission Artemis Rescue Our Nation and Its Youth From the Biden Harris Horror Show?

     October 26, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Big News! Did you hear? On Wednesday, Oct. 20th, NASA successfully stacked and secured its Orion Spacecraft atop of the fully assembled Space Launch System, SLS Rocket at Kennedy Space Center. SLS and Orion stand 322 ft tall in the vehicle assembly building. The completed vehicle will undergo tests inside the Vehicle Assembly Building, VAB, before being rolled out to Launch Complex 39B later this year. Artemis1 is scheduled to launch no earlier than February 2022. It  will be the first uncrewed integrated test flight of NASA's deep space exploration missions. The Orion Spacecraft will launch on top of the SLS rocket and travel 280,000 miles from earth over the course of a 3 week mission. 

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  • LPAC Shorts: Human Creativity & The Inspiration of Space Exploration!

    LPAC Shorts: Human Creativity & The Inspiration of Space Exploration!

     September 22, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Kesha gives a brief report on a few highlights of recent developments in the space program. She starts by highlighting the inspiring mission of SpaceX and Inspiration4 and the medical science on board the mission. Next she discusses the recently announced 2023 landing site for the VIPER, Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, in the Nobile region, in the South Pole of the Moon. We have to fully realize the vision Artemis Mission. There are so many exciting developments that are going on in space exploration, and they remind us as Kesha develops of the unique creativity of Human beings, and our mission to develop the Moon, Mars, and Beyond.

  • What Does Gauss Figuring Out the Orbit of Ceres Have to Do w/Politics?

    What Does Gauss Figuring Out the Orbit of Ceres Have to Do w/Politics?

     September 21, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    The way we arrive at our views today has deteriorated generally. We are inundated with political arguments aimed at stoking our prejudices and leaving us hopelessly trapped in the moment. We miss the actual dynamics driving events and have difficulties imagining and acting on the future. German mathematician and philosopher Carl Gauss used an entirely new mode of thought in figuring out the orbit of the asteroid Ceres, something we can learn from in analyzing political events and winning the present war for the Republic.

  • What Did SpaceX Dragon CRS-23 Deliver To ISS? How Will It Benefit You?

    What Did SpaceX Dragon CRS-23 Deliver To ISS? How Will It Benefit You?

     September 02, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Kesha reports on the latest SpaceX Cargo Resupply Mission that recently docked the ISS. The spacecraft carried on board numerous science experiments that will contribute to the over 3000 life changing experiments and research conducted for the last two decades on ISS. The science done in microgravity continues to impact the health, well-being, & the standard of living humans in space and on earth!

  • Outright Sabotage! The Delay of NASA’s 2024 Artemis Moon Mission Is No Accident

    Outright Sabotage! The Delay of NASA’s 2024 Artemis Moon Mission Is No Accident

     August 23, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Let’s get this straight, NASA’s Office of Inspector General Office of Audits has determined that NASA will not be ready to meet the 2024 Artemis Moon Landing Mission target date due to delays in the development of... a spacesuit? Who the hell is buying that? According to the IG, these delays in perfecting Next Generation Spacesuits are a primary reason why NASA may not meet Artemis’s scheduled 2024 landing on the Moon, along with funding shortfalls, and a scheduling delay of approximately 20 months.

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  • Defeating the Drought: Control Climate Change, Don't Surrender to It

    Defeating the Drought: Control Climate Change, Don't Surrender to It

     August 08, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    The number one climate change problem that we have? We are not doing enough of it! While human CO2 emissions have a minimal impact on the climate, with frontier technologies and serious infrastructure development we can improve the climate and solve the drought crisis ravaging the west.  It's time to again use the power of science and technology for the benefit of our nation and the general welfare.

  • LPAC Shorts: Inspire Kids to Look Up to the Sky, Not Down in Their Pants!

    LPAC Shorts: Inspire Kids to Look Up to the Sky, Not Down in Their Pants!

     July 22, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    To save the next generation of Americans from the brain washing of CRT, gender politics and a corrupt education system, we require a national mission of true scientific progress and creative discovery. Check out our latest LPAC Shorts with Michael Steger and Kesha Rogers.

  • Book Burners Target NASA

    Book Burners Target NASA

     July 10, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    The universal mission of America is under desperate attack by the weakened British Empire.  The Empire and its lackies on Wall Street, in Washington, D.C., in academia, in the “intelligence community,” in Silicon Valley, are not content to just physically impoverish and destroy. They are destroying the soul of America by erasing the accomplishments of the past -- that which should inspire the future.

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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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  • 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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