Congressional Candidate Diane Sare held a town hall March 24th, titled "Progress or Extinction: The Statesman and Citizen as Scientist." LPAC Basement Team member Cody Jones and Congressional Candidate Dave Christie (WA-9) were guest speakers at the event.
In this fourth presentation of four, we combine the concepts we've covered so far, to unite the topological singularities we discussed in #3, with Dirichlet's principle, to develop more fully Riemann's physical approach to complex functions. The end of the presentation is a review of the concept of metaphor, particularly how it is used by Kepler.
This presentation summarized newer findings. For an earlier summing-up of Abelian functions themselves, please see the earlier video specifically on them.
Part II of a series of live presentations developing what Riemann actually did with his work on Abelian functions. In this presentation, we refresh the idea of non-quantitative changes developed in Part I, and briefly introduce the nation of the economic field, and topological, as opposed to individual changes. To get at Riemann’s later work on this subject, we deal with a new kind of magnitude that goes beyond “more” and “less” – complex magnitudes.
This video has an accompanying page with additional Q&A and more demonstrations (including interactive ones).
An interview with Benjamin Deniston, from the Basement Team, on his latest article "Mass Extinctions as Shadows of Anti-Entropic Growth." The last 500 million years of history of life on this planet clearly indicates the inherent nature of the oligarchical system to go extinct.
Jason Ross, from the LaRouchePAC Basement team, spoke at the Texas Presidential Conference, hosted by congressional candidate Kesha Rogers (TX-22) on February 18, 2012. Lyndon LaRouche also addressed the conference later in the day, and his address can be found here.