Sky Shields and Alicia Cerretani discuss the anti-entropic nature of life, and its relationship to creativity as an all-pervasive principle of the universe. They explore several examples of so-called "convergent evolution," and discuss its relationship to large-scale galactic, and inter-galactic cycles, as well as its significance for economic policy making today.
The nitrogen cycle is one of the many flows that are fundamental to the biogenic migration of atoms in the Biosphere and, potentially, beyond.
Everywhere you look in the biosphere and the lithosphere, new, more highly organized states of space, or platforms are being created. Why would it be any different for mankind? Here we examine billions of years of geological history, specifically the biosphere's role in engineering the vast amounts of cosmic and solar radiation into a habitable planet.
Economic value depends on context: only with a clear understanding of a viable future goal can present economic activity be valued. Just as there are no physical properties of substances or particles themselves, so too is economic value not found in the object or job itself: it is found in its contribution to the future.
An investigation into the electromagnetic processes of our planet, as they are connected to the broader domain of comic radiation, with emphasis on the interface of these processes with life in the oceans, and the implications this holds for man in the universe, as we intervene into this dynamic through the extended NAWAPA project.
Here we highlight Lyndon LaRouche's remarks from his April 19th, 2011 webcast. The re-enactment of Glass Steagall is a must in light of the immediate threat, of a total blowout of the trans-atlantic system, and yet, not simply just that. What lies in the horizon of human affairs, is the subject of our Solar and Galactic challenges as frequently discussed on this website.