February 7th 2012 • 4:16PM

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.

November 19th 2011 • 1:27PM

Mankind's evolutionary right to move into solar and galactic space is being denied by the Zeus-like policies of the Obama administration and therefore he must be impeached.

October 4th 2011 • 4:54PM

As part of our series in which we examined the globally-extended NAWAPA concept (click here for full video), Anna Shavin details how building the Bering Strait Tunnel project will open up the possibilities for the colonization of mankind's last remaining terrestrial frontier -- the Arctic Circle.

September 26th 2011 • 5:52PM

LPACTV's Lora Cross counter-poses the sorry state of America's manned space program under Obama to the optimistic outlook of both Russia and China. If mankind is to take his rightful place as an interplanetary species, the Three Powers must collaborate to explore and colonize space.

February 4th 2012 • 8:23PM

LPAC TV's Hector Rivas interviews LPAC Research Team Member Cody Jones on the deadly lack of vision in the Democratic Party.

January 14th 2012 • 1:32PM

A new pedagogy on Energy-Flux-Density by the Basement team will bring a new insight into the U.S. Constitutional principle.

October 14th 2011 • 12:29PM

LPACTV interviews Dr. Edward Calabrese, an environmental toxicologist at the University of Massachusetts Amherst whose career research shows that low doses of some chemicals and radiation are benign or even helpful.

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September 27th 2011 • 4:39PM

The Russian Spektre-R radio telescope is set to be fully operational by October. A U.S. without Obama, could fully fund NASA and the James Webb Space Telescope. Doing so will expand the Great Pacific Alliance into the Galaxy.