Lyndon LaRouche, August 2, 2014
"Look at what China is doing on the Moon, that's your standard. The China program is the program that's going to define, the future of mankind. Because what China is doing will be the challenge, for the entire planet. That's the absolute challenge. And if you're not up to the China standard, you ain't nothing'! What China's doing is going to settle the future of mankind... China has set the standard for mankind! So we must be on that standard."
China Has Set The Standard For Mankind!
In recent discussions, Lyndon LaRouche stressed that the Chinese science-driver program to obtain thermonuclear fusion power based on the use of helium-3 deposits on the moon is the scientific standard for mankind. With this program the Chinese have set a marker.
While the trans-Atlantic region has committed itself to an insane, anti-scientific, earth-based Lilliputian green policy characterized by reduced energy-flux densities, the Chinese have defined the mission of their entire scientific program from the standpoint of space science. Since helium-3 is abundantly available on the moon, but not on the earth, and is much more powerful than other sources of fuel for fusion power found on the earth, the Chinese science program is actually on the frontier of the solar system.
Are we going to get to thermonuclear fusion based on lunar helium-3? That is an existential question for the United States today.
Extinction war or collaboration on a renaissance. That is a choice we must make immediately. A presentation to and discussion with an audience in Houston, TX on the role of fusion and space development in establishing a new strategic landscape.
A class on Mr. LaRouche's urgent policy document, "The Four New Laws to Save the U.S.A. Now!", focusing on the the fourth law: a fusion driver program for the economy. Since the initial production of his policy document, Mr. LaRouche has placed an increased emphasis on the importance of China's orientation to the development of the Moon for helium-3 fusion power.
Megan Beets, member of the LaRouchePAC Science Research team, gives a thorough presentation on nuclear fusion technology. She discusses the history of the development of Nuclear Fusion, with most of the technological breakthroughs occurring in the United States. She juxtaposes that to the question of our failure to continue leading the world in Nuclear science to the emerging leadership of China. Liona Fan-Chiang joins and Ben Deniston hosts.
A special edition of the LaRouchePAC in Action, Alicia Cerretani interviews Ben Deniston of the LaRouchePAC Basement team. They discuss the new developments with China's commitment to Lunar science, the importance of adopting an analogous mission in the United States if we wish to survive, and some of the details of using Helium 3 as a fuel source for Thermonuclear Fusion.
Ben Deniston joins Liona Fan-Chiang in a discussion of how fusion power can transform the future. Liona discusses not only some of the different designs for Fusion reactors, but also the different areas of investigation that each design covers, as well as the larger implications of Nuclear Fusion as the fourth item of LaRouche's Four Laws.
Natalie Lovegren, member of the LaRouchePAC Science Research Team, discusses topics including the properties of moon soil (lunar regolith), and Helium-3 fusion. Mr. LaRouche then brings the topic of strategy to the fore with a frank and tough discussion of the threat of World War 3.
Part of a series of short videos illustrating the Gateway to the Fusion Economy.
Second in the "Gateway to the Fusion Economy" video series.
Where does fusion technology stand today? What does the battle around it look like? 21st Century Science and Technology Managing Editor joins us.