August 13th 2014 • 5:10PM

In this week's edition Natalie Lovegren uses a spin-off of fusion research, the Texas Petawatt Laser, as a pedagogic pathway to exploring the new standard of value in the New Paradigm.

August 11th 2014 • 12:33PM

Join us again next week at 1pm Eastern.

August 9th 2014 • 9:00AM

Lyndon LaRouche returns to the LaRouchePAC Friday webcast, in an intense, far reaching discussion. A thorough elaboration of the distinction between the prospect representated by China's commitment to developing Space science, especially with regard to utilizing Helium-3 deposits uniquely found on the moon, to the prospect of Thermonuclear War.

August 8th 2014 • 4:00PM

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August 6th 2014 • 5:02PM

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.

August 4th 2014 • 12:53PM

The members of the LaRouchePAC Policy committee meet via Google Hangouts to discuss the revolutionary outlook represented by the commitment of China to develop Space and Fusion resources, as contrasted to President Obama's repudiation of African nations, to tell them 'It's your fault.' Matthew Ogden hosts.

August 4th 2014 • 9:00AM

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 the ideal fuel source for Nuclear Fusion.

August 2nd 2014 • 9:00AM

The full length webcast from August 1st, 2014. Dennis Small, Matthew Ogden and Dennis Mason discuss the implications of the passage of House Concurrent resolution 105, the significance of the advancements made in China's Lunar Space Program, and discuss Lyndon LaRouche's concept of a conference to settle matters of international economy and physical science.