The Congressional Budget Office recently published a report arguing manned space flight can be cut from the budget to save money...
The fourth and final question from Lyndon LaRouche's webcast of May 10th, 2013, on the role of human creativity as the primary element in any space development program.
Lyndon LaRouche's Keynote address from his webcast of May 10th, 2013.
What is the cause behind the recent bombing in Boston, the military provocations against Russia and China, and the present death-by-austerity economic policy? Where is that orbit of history going to take us? What does the progress of human economy and character look like?
As LaRouche demonstrated decades ago in his economics writings, a necessary characteristic of a developing economy is that an increasing part of its activity is dedicated to creating the means for and the presence of the 'environment' of the economic activity. In the biosphere each system of species brings about a transformation in the biosphere which becomes the basis for future systems of species, often bringing about the extinction of most of the species from that system. With the unique capability of the human species for willful self-transformation, we, uniquely, have the choice of not going extinct. What does this necessary human development look like today?
Your morning overview, presented daily with a focus on international developments. Michelle Fuchs discusses the implications of LaRouche's latest paper, and a brief report on some of the extended sensory domain, with the state of our Satellite technology.