January 7th 2012 • 5:00PM

Unlike the brains of animals, the human mind has the power of going beyond the senses, to creatively develop concepts that exist as universal intentions. In both science and art, Lyndon LaRouche has pointed to the concept of metaphor as embodying the kernel of creative thought. In this video, Jason Ross uses several examples from the first modern scientist, Johannes Kepler, to elaborate this concept, and offers an unsettling conclusion on what the goal of economic policy must be.

(Transcript) • (More on Kepler)

28:14
December 17th 2011 • 2:00PM

Cody Jones continues the discussion with more breakthroughs in the understanding of the mind and its role in the creative development of the universe, the true domain of physical economy. The nature of the galaxy as we currently understand it is explored through the scientific method of J. S. Bach.

27:20
December 17th 2011 • 2:00PM

Sergey Pulinets asks: Could the low moral level of world leaders and their inability to deal with the world's crisis cause the extinction of civilization? Also, Sam Little and Hal Cooper ask: What can we do from the United States to foster development between the United States and our Canadian and Russian neighbors?

15:39
December 17th 2011 • 2:00PM

After a strategic report from Matthew Ogden, as an introduction to this live, International webcast, Sky Shields presents physical economics policy and discusses how the development of the Arctic stands as a choice for humanity, to break from the threat of thermonuclear extinction under Obama.

54:13
December 17th 2011 • 2:00PM

Does Solar activity equal tectonic activity? Or, is a refinement of this question required in order to understand the cause of earthquakes?

10:19
December 17th 2011 • 2:00PM

LaRouche Democrat Diane Sare asks about written and spoken language, creativity, and the transmission of ideas from one mind to another. Kesha Rogers, also a LaRouche Democrat, poses a question about the scientific nature of metaphor.

10:41
LPAC Weekly Report
March 7th 2012 • 4:51PM

Editor's Choice