How does one know whether or not human beings will not go the way of the Dinosaurs? Is it an accumulation of stresses on human existence which indicates such a threat? Despite the severe crisis in the food supply, that in itself is not a positive proof for why we are in danger of going extinct. Understanding the threat requires a different quality of mind outside of just a day to day existence.
Cody Jones continues the discussion with more breakthroughs in the understanding of the mind and its role in the creative development of the universe, the true domain of physical economy. The nature of the galaxy as we currently understand it is explored through the scientific method of J. S. Bach.
The revived SDI, now known as Russia's Strategic Defense of Earth, is a strategic flank to the current threat of world war. But the implications go far beyond nuclear deterrence, and allows us to make positive scientific breakthroughs in cosmic phenomena in the large and in the very small.
In this episode we attack the curious case of seasonal epidemics and pandemics, like the flu, showing the relationship it has with solar and cosmic radiative activity. Demonstrating yet another aspect of the imperative we have to join Russia in developing a Strategic Defense of Earth science driver program.
Summer Shields asks: If mankind as a whole developed biologically under a very specific electromagnetic frequency bandwidth, then is there something more to the concept of prescience or intuition? Is creative discover a universal process connected with electricity or magnetism? What does this say about human morality?
In the first installment of the Basement Mail-Bag, host Ed Hamler and Basement member Peter Martinson answer questions that were E-mailed from our international audience. This week features questions on Arctic Development, the necessity to work with Russia on their Strategic Defense of Earth policy, and the role of creative life in the Universe.