September 13th 2014 • 9:00AM

Lyndon LaRouche joins Jason Ross, Megan Beets, and Ben Deniston of the LaRouchePAC Science team in this wide ranging webcast. They discussed the upcoming vote for Scottish independence, the fight for the release of the 28 pages, and the concept of sovereignty, as it applies to nations and individuals.

September 12th 2014 • 4:00PM

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September 10th 2014 • 3:56PM

Mankind's development of the solar system will require new conceptions of what it actually is, developed by a return to the method of Kepler. While numerous new satellites and observatories continue to provide more data, we are still far from understanding the true nature of the solar system.

September 9th 2014 • 10:10PM

Thirteen years since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, 28 pages of a joint inquiry commission detailing the foreign sponsorship of the attacks remains classified, first by President Bush and again by President Obama.

September 8th 2014 • 12:54PM

Lyndon LaRouche celebrates his birthday with a discussion on building the future, with emphasis on the new Presidency. Joined by the LaRouchePAC Policy Committee, hosted by Matthew Ogden. Transcript.

September 5th 2014 • 7:39PM

Thanks for tuning in. We'll be broadcasting next week's webcast on youtube too. Stay tuned for more!

September 5th 2014 • 3:00PM

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September 3rd 2014 • 5:13PM

What is creativity? How do classical artistic modes of composition coincide with the practice of science? Science team member Megan Beets leads us on a discussion.