March 23rd 2012 • 2:56PM

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.

March 11th 2012 • 3:58PM

Here, in the third part of a four-part series of presentations on non-quantitative change, Jason Ross discusses Riemann's journey beyond the appearances of the perceptual world, to discover the geometry of the dynamic that underlies it. (more)

February 21st 2012 • 5:15PM

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.

March 18th 2012 • 2:12AM

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.

February 27th 2012 • 5:49PM

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).

February 13th 2012 • 6:04PM

As has been discussed in the recent Weekly Report, no factor serves as an adequate measure for all of the leaps made in evolution and in human economics. Indeed, even when a factor does seem adequate, such as the changed metabolism between animals (which require food to survive) and human beings (which require food, but also clothing, energy, housing, etc), the energy used isn't the same kind of energy. How can we directly represent qualitative changes? In this video, Jason Ross uses Cantor's demonstration of the difference between types of infinites as an example.

LPAC Weekly Report: Trans-Atlantic Doomed to Extinction
June 27th 2012 • 4:41PM

In today's Weekly Report, LaRouche powerfully reiterates his warning of the financial extinction event that is likely to occur this weekend. The relinquishing of sovereignty of the nations of Europe with the plan to package the entirety of the hyperinaflationary debt into one package, occurring simultaneously with the prospective looting of the American population through the demand for a mega-bailout by Bernanke and Geithner, is likely to create the most dangerous conditions the transatlantic has seen since the last world war.

If, however, we are able to halt the oncoming disaster through the solutions LaRouche has proposed, we must then fulfill a greater mission as mankind, for our continued survival.

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