Sergey Pulinets asks: Could the low moral level of world leaders and their inability to deal with the world's crisis cause the extinction of civilization? Also, Sam Little and Hal Cooper ask: What can we do from the United States to foster development between the United States and our Canadian and Russian neighbors?
A question from an agricultural scientist in Japan. How can we measure and enhance the energy-flux-density of the biosphere as a whole? What kind of agricultural or social policies should be enacted to make agriculture more productive or creative?
A question from Argentina: What is the role of Antarctica in a global recovery, and how might a scientific Antarctica-based collaboration of nations of the Southern hemisphere relate to the development of the Arctic by nations in the Northern hemisphere?
LaRouche Democrat Diane Sare asks about written and spoken language, creativity, and the transmission of ideas from one mind to another. Kesha Rogers, also a LaRouche Democrat, poses a question about the scientific nature of metaphor.
A former NASA PI asks about the manipulation of global climate data, and the climate scientists who continue to receive public funds despite their criminal implication.
The Stanford Group poses its question by referring to the difference between the human mind and the brain, as well as the nature of "physical time" in economics, a science unique to the human species.
Transforming the current death spiral of civilization into a Renaissance requires not just political action, such as the immediate passage of Glass-Steagall and the removal of President Obama from office, but also requires a deep change in how the population thinks. This cognitive transformation, which should be what is termed "Educating a Renaissance," begins by training a cadre of young people to rediscover the principles that led to the heights of human power, and thus to understand the process of increasing Man's power over the universe by further discoveries of principle. The LaRouche Movement embodies this process, in both its current slate of six congressional candidates nationwide, and in studying the "Narrow Path" of crucial scientific discoveries, from Plato, through Kepler, Leibniz, Bach, Gauss, Riemann, Einstein, and Vernadsky.
This video was produced for presentation on June 16, 2011, at a conference in Sevastopol, Crimea (Ukraine), called "The First Heraclean Futurological Congress - Justifying the Future."