May 2nd 2011 • 1:19PM

The evolution of life on land was an anti-entropic revolution for the biosphere as a whole. Oyang Teng presents this process as one of a series of ongoing case studies of the principle of physical-economic platforms, manifested within living nature. In particular, this slice of evolutionary history is examined from the standpoint of the Hypersea theory of American scientists Dianna and Mark McMenamin, an extension of Vladimir Vernadsky's earlier work in founding the science of biogeochemistry.

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March 10th 2011 • 2:00PM
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February 18th 2011 • 2:40PM

In the middle of the full explosion of revolt from a new dark-age around the world, it were imperative to re-state the crucial policies for the African continent, so that those people who are building the desire to change this situation, have policies which are truly for the good of all humanity-- present, and future.

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March 28th 2011 • 2:08PM

Creativity is manifest everywhere in our universe, even at what seem to be the extremes: whether at the galactic or extragalactic extreme whose activity has coincided with evolutionary upshifts on earth, or at the level of the single celled organisms which they produced. It is an inescapable and undeniable fact, no matter where you look.

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March 10th 2011 • 2:00PM
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February 12th 2011 • 1:36AM

Jacques Cheminade, LaRouche collaborator in France discusses the development of Africa as a totality.

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Dr. Howard Chang, Professor Emeritus of Civil and Environmental Engineering

A very captivating discussion on the history of water infrastructure in California and China. The story of the Three Gorges Dam, chief wonder of the modern world, and the South-North water project currently under construction.

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