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July 18th 2010 • 11:22PM

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August 5th 2010 • 8:18PM

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August 1st 2010 • 8:20PM

In this third class, Meghan looks at how the Periodic Table of Mendeleyev can be expanded through considering the later work of scientists such as Louis Pasteur and Vernadsky most directly, and will necessitate being informed by the revolutionary approach to science by the likes of Einstein and Planck.

July 16th 2010 • 7:32PM

Lyndon LaRouche and Harley Schlanger discuss the revolutionary breakthrough from the basement team.

Educating a Renaissance
June 17th, 2011 • 12:00 PM

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."

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