23 April

by Meghan Rouillard

Last week I not only had the opportunity to attend and to do a poster presentation at the 2012 NASA Astrobiology Conference in Atlanta, I had the opportunity of bringing a special guest with me-- his name is Vladimir Vernadsky.

23 April

By Joanne McAndrews

To celebrate the birth of William Shakespeare it is appropriate that we look beyond the general, popularized notions that today's society has of Shakespeare and instead begin to think about Shakespeare's scientific method and his understanding of, and commitment to, the creative powers of the human mind.

10 March

Macro-Ecological Revolutions

Benjamin Deniston ([email protected])

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What are the invariant, qualitative characteristics governing the history of life here on Earth?
What does this history tell us about the universe in which we live?

05 March

by Meghan Rouillard

Six days from now will be the one year anniversary of the 9.0 magnitude earthquake which shook the Tohoko region of Japan, leveling entire cities, and killing tens of thousands.

The Basement Project began in 2006 as a core team of individuals tasked with the study of Kepler's New Astronomy, laying the scientific foundations for an expanded study of the LaRouche-Riemann Science of Physical Economics. Now, that team has expanded both in number, and in areas of research, probing various elements and aspects of the Science of Physical Economy, and delivering in depth reports, videos, and writings for the shaping of economic policy.