May 17th 2011 • 1:21PM

A fresh look into the controversial work of the scientist who won the Nobel Prize for the discovery of HIV, Dr. Luc Montagnier. Also, a recent paper published by a group of researchers from Northeastern University and the University of Perugia titled "Electromagnetic Signals from Bacterial DNA."

May 2nd 2011 • 1:19PM

The evolution of life on land was an anti-entropic revolution for the biosphere as a whole. Oyang Teng presents this process as one of a series of ongoing case studies of the principle of physical-economic platforms, manifested within living nature. In particular, this slice of evolutionary history is examined from the standpoint of the Hypersea theory of American scientists Dianna and Mark McMenamin, an extension of Vladimir Vernadsky's earlier work in founding the science of biogeochemistry.

April 18th 2011 • 1:32PM

Professor Pier Francesco Biagi's research team possessed earthquake precursor evidence as early as March 1st of a major earthquake hitting Japan within ten days.
Now, one month later, Biagi, a leading Italian researcher on earthquake precursors, granted LaRouchePAC an interview to discuss the issues surrounding this fascinating and crucial field of research.

May 14th 2011 • 11:52AM

"If we recognize that to man is granted a higher identity, above the simple perceptions of our mere mortal coil, an identity consistent with the greatest achievements of classical arts and science, then we must locate our mission not in what is, but in what must become. "

May 1st 2011 • 1:55PM

Even as an alarming, increasing density of seismic, economic, and political events buffet us, experts in all fields insist that the world around us cannot be understood! Jason Ross presents the explicitly anti-Promethean outlook of quantum mechanics, as a case study of the attack on the human mind, which declares that the universe we live in is fundamentally incomprehensible. Just as quantum mechanics maintains that statistics trumps reason, so too do anti-human earthquake science deniers insist that earthquakes cannot be predicted.

April 11th 2011 • 7:55PM

Prof. Sergey Pulinets, researching earthquake precursors at the Institute of Applied Geophysics and the Moscow Center for Ionosphere Monitoring was interviewed by BueSo organizer Daniel Grasenack-Tente at the 2011 European Geosciences Conference this past week.

LPAC Weekly Report
February 22nd 2012 • 7:03PM

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A continuation of last week's report. Themes include, anti-matter, the mastery of the biological domain, continued threat of Nuclear WW3, and the satanic quality of the oligarchical principle.

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