Have you ever flown across the United States on a transcontinental flight? Did you notice that west of the Mississippi the population centers became sparser and sparser and the land more barren? You probably thought that that was natural. It's not. Here we reveal when, where and why the idea of Conservationism became a part of the American political mind.
A discussion of the implications for the USA's NAWAPA project for greater Eurasia
Some say they are concerned about "saving the environment," but few think about the difference between improving nature and simply letting it be. The history of the Earth is one of constant change, and there is nothing special or fragile about current conditions. Instead of constancy, let's make things better!
A video that explores a new concept of Infrastructure, one which takes into account Vernadskian phase-spaces, and the creativity of mankind in shaping the world around him to be more complex, organized, and developed.
LaRouche's piece "And it will be good" details precisely the actions needed to be taken in the weeks ahead if the United States is going to survive this economic crisis.