The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
At the 2012 IGMASS conference: Space and the Global Security of Humanity, LPAC “Basement” member Jason Ross presented the political-strategic considerations that make collaboration on space defense particularly important today, as well as LaRouche's method for understanding the value of scientific discovery.
At the 2012 Astrobiology Conference in Atlanta, Creighton Cody Jones (LPAC Basement Research Team) gave a presentation titled, "Understanding the Dynamic Relationship of Electromagnetism and Life as an Evolutionary Process, and as a Baseline for Supporting Life in an Extra-Terrestrial Environment."
There is no way we can address a food crisis from the standpoint of only producing more food. It will require an upshift of the entire system, which means reviving the commitment to mankind’s extraterrestrial existence.
LPAC TV's Hector Rivas interviews LPAC Research Team Member Cody Jones on the deadly lack of vision in the Democratic Party.
The landing of the Mars rover Curiosity has triggered a wave of optimism in the American population now that mankind is firmly established on Mars. This is a vindication for mankind and science versus Obama!
Any planetary recovery must necessarily begin by examining the economic principles which underlie the difference between a successful and unsuccessful economic policy. In particular, we must first elaborate the characteristics of a self-developing system -- one whose evolution is entirely governed by its internal relations, not subject to any fixed outside metric.
Is life really limited to some "Goldilocks Zone"? The recent discovery of Kepler 22-B, a planet some think may harbor life based on its situation inside of the "habitable zone," should rather be looked at from the standpoint of the discussion in Lyndon LaRouche's recent reports, such as The End of World Wars:" ... Consider such cases as the attempt to measure the principles of, respectively, life, and human creativity as such, as V.I. Vernadsky treats the respectively distinct principles of the Biosphere and the Noösphere. How could such 'magnitudes' as those be measured as inherently substances of direct sense-perception per se?"