Is life really limited to some "Goldilocks Zone"? The recent discovery of Kepler 22-B, a planet some think may harbor life based on its situation inside of the "habitable zone," should rather be looked at from the standpoint of the discussion in Lyndon LaRouche's recent reports, such as The End of World Wars:" ... Consider such cases as the attempt to measure the principles of, respectively, life, and human creativity as such, as V.I. Vernadsky treats the respectively distinct principles of the Biosphere and the Noösphere. How could such 'magnitudes' as those be measured as inherently substances of direct sense-perception per se?"
In the first installment of the Basement Mail-Bag, host Ed Hamler and Basement member Peter Martinson answer questions that were E-mailed from our international audience. This week features questions on Arctic Development, the necessity to work with Russia on their Strategic Defense of Earth policy, and the role of creative life in the Universe.
At a Nov 12, 2011 town meeting in Pittsburgh featuring candidates Diane Sare and Bill Roberts, basement team member Jason Ross offered remarks on the reality of metaphor, briefly addressing the concept of potential, and indicating why metaphor is the most real and crucial aspect of language.
In this installment of the Basement Mail Bag, host Ed Hamler and Basement member Jason Ross answer questions that were e-mailed from our national and international audience. This week features questions based on Ross' two latest videos Riemann II(a): Potential and Metaphor and Riemann II(b): Abelian Functions, on the important role that metaphor plays in illustrating concepts of science and economics.
Mankind's evolutionary right to move into solar and galactic space is being denied by the Zeus-like policies of the Obama administration and therefore he must be impeached.
Scientist Sky Shields, leader of the LaRouche Movement Basement Team, challenges the common (and not so common) assumptions of what time is.
After exhausting a number of paths, volunteered by the audience, Sky takes a sharp turn, to the development of human languages, the Credit System - and Immortality.