We should be reminded that we live in an environment that is not only interconnected with both the solar system as a whole and our galaxy, but, more importantly, that is a interconnected system of continuous development and change. This investigation of the "Wilcox Effect" is one piece of that picture.
Basement Team member Meghan Rouillard addresses U.S. Congressional candidate Diane Sare's Town Hall meeting in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ. The subject: the Universality of Mind.
In this latest report, Anna Shavin provides a closer look at how FDR increased food production while keeping prices down during the greatest war mobilization in history. FDR's example is key to surviving an upcoming crisis in food, driven by speculation.
Basement research team member Oyang Teng made a presentation via video conference to an April 1st LaRouchePAC Emergency Town Hall meeting in Boston, which featured Congressional candidate Rachel Brown. The subject of the presentation was the scientific outlook necessary to confront the political, as well as seismic, crises facing civilization.
Professor Sergey Pulinets, of the Institute of Applied Geophysics in Moscow, presents the evidence that not only can mankind predict earthquakes and related natural disasters, but, in fact, we have the power to change the weather to suit our needs. Pulinets' presentation was part of the panel "The Preeminence of Science over Ideology ", during the July 2-3 Schiller Institute conference in Rüsselsheim, Germany.