October 15th 2010 • 10:31PM

Ardena Clark discusses current scientific research with "Basement" members Cody Jones and Sky Shields.

October 10th 2010 • 11:41AM

If we are to embark on the mission of colonizing Mars, we must first come to terms with a very important and very mysterious factor--cosmic radiation. What will be the effects of prolonged exposure to "cosmic space" on our space pioneers? How will we begin to explore the questions of how to make other planets habitable?

September 28th 2010 • 12:00AM

Bien au-delà de la portée du projet NAWAPA lui-même, la construction et l'exécution de NAWAPA nécessite de nouvelles lignes d'approvisionnement logistique, un développement industriel et une gestion des ressources naturelles dans de nouvelles régions, et nous conduit ultimement vers le développement du continent Nord-américain dans son entièreté, et ce pour la première fois de l'histoire de l'huma

October 10th 2010 • 3:53PM

As was presented elsewhere on this website, the NAWAPA program, if seen correctly, represents the choice to take responsibility for the destiny of all life on Earth, and it is a foretaste of what is yet to come, the managed extension of life into the rest of our solar system and beyond, a future that can only be ushered in by man.

September 28th 2010 • 1:02AM

Beyond the scope of the NAWAPA system itself, the full implementation and construction of the NAWAPA implies new logistical supply lines, industrial development, and management of resources in new areas, leading to what is in fact the full development of the continent, for the first time in human history.

Also available in French and Russian.

September 19th 2010 • 10:57PM

Continuing from the last dynamics video, Jason Ross covers Fermat's brilliant discovery of least-time (making fun of Descartes again) and applies the least-action approach to economics, specifically, the difference between credit and monetarism.

Panel Two: Question & Answer

The discussion period following the second panel. The speakers include Professor Sergey Pulinets and Sky Shields.

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