After using Fermat's discovery of least-time to express the difference between monetarism and a credit system, Jason Ross offers brief remarks on the dynamics of biological evolution, and engages in a discussion on the NAWAPA program and economic policy-making.
A trailer to the upcoming video, 'Einstein and the Agapic Personality.'
This address was recorded for a emergency meeting in Brookline, MA, held by the Rachel Brown for Congress Committee.
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.
Lyndon LaRouche and Harley Schlanger discuss the revolutionary breakthrough from the basement team.
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.