FORUM MEDIA REPORTS

19 December

by Jason Ross

To stir up some discussion about Lyndon LaRouche's upcoming paper, The Strategic Situation Now, I'd like to offer some thoughts.

II. What is Sanity?

In the section “Science? What is Truth?” LaRouche writes:

18 December

by Jason Ross

To stir up some discussion about Lyndon LaRouche's upcoming paper, The Strategic Situation Now, I'd like to offer some thoughts.

I. Physical Time, as related by Paul

In the section “The Science of Classical Art,” LaRouche quotes Paul from his I Corinthians 13:

09 December

by Meghan Rouillard

Those were the words of Rick Howard, Webb Telescope program director at a hearing of the House Science and Technology Committee called “Assessing the James Webb Space Telescope.” I watched the webcast of this hearing. The word “assessing” made my stomach turn a bit, because if anyone has followed the story of this telescope to be launched in 2018, the most powerful space observatory and successor to the Hubble, they know that the future of it has been anything but certain.

22 November

by Meghan Rouillard

On Wednesday, November 16, Alicia Cerretani and I attended a hearing of the Senate's Subcommittee on Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries and Coast Guard on "continued innovation in weather forecasting and prediction." Two senators, Mark Begich from Alaska (D) and Olympia Snowe from Maine (R) chaired the event, asking questions to two separate panels featuring people from NOAA, The Weather Channel, members of the US Coast Guard, and a few people from the private sector who have partnered with federal agencies on different technologies.

19 November

By Aaron Halevy

I just wrote a two-part paper called, Towards a Culture of the Noösphere – Gigantic Shadows of Futurity, and I'd like to make here a bit of a formal announcement of the fact, so that it does not slip under the door of history, to be picked up by Chance or anyone else, on the proverbial “some day.” The contents, I think, are very important to help address the major question facing us in humanity today: what shall our future become? Or as Shakespeare made Hamlet say: “To be, or, not to be.”

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