06 January

by Jason Ross

As was mentioned in the closing credits of my recent video, Metaphor: an Intermezzo, there is a wealth of knowledge on the works of Johannes Kepler – knowledge that has been made available by the inaugural teams of the LaRouche “Basement Project.” Animated pedagogical guides...

31 December

by Meghan Rouillard

“The profound scientific study of the Arctic which has been carried on during the recent years with ever growing intensity in our country, should attract particular attention and thought on the part of all those of us for whom scientific interests are precious.”-V.I. Vernadsky, 1938

23 December

by Meghan Rouillard
In LaRouche’s recent report “The Strategic Situation Now”, he refers to the case of pigs and earthquakes, and what this says about the inherent fallacy of reliance upon simple human biological sense perceptions.

21 December

by Shawna Halevy

“My discovery was a result of musical perception.” -Albert Einstein

19 December

by Meghan Rouillard

At the end of LaRouche’s recent report “The Strategic Situation Now”, he discusses the fact that while knowledge does not come from the senses, they do serve an important provocative function. He refers, perhaps surprisingly in this context , to the case of Helen Keller:

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.