In January, The LPAC Basement published the Extended Sensorium report. Here we present a discussion with some of the authors of the report, reflecting the ongoing research into cosmic radiation and the principle of life as a universal principle. The implications of this research for the future of science is discussed, with an emphasis on research into earthquake predictability systems.
New scientific discoveries have completely overthrown the reigning opinion of "bottom-up" physics. In this report, we show how a very significant recent study of the preferential spin-polarization of photoelectrons under the influence of organic matter confirms a hypothesis about the "states of space" which Vladimir Vernadsky put forward over eighty years ago.
Roscosmos director Anatoly Perminov has thrown his weight behind a program called IGMASS, which, if enacted, would serve as an important stepping stone towards the urgent international collaborative scientific program which LaRouche has proposed, which he has dubbed "Operation Kepler", for the consolidation and expansion of man's existing sensorium, allowing us to forecast earthquakes and the like
Basement research team member Oyang Teng made a presentation via video conference to an April 1st LaRouchePAC Emergency Town Hall meeting in Boston, which featured Congressional candidate Rachel Brown. The subject of the presentation was the scientific outlook necessary to confront the political, as well as seismic, crises facing civilization.
Basement research team member Jason Ross spoke at a New Jersey event hosted by congressional candidate Diane Sare. He discussed the galactic context of processes on earth, the many promising techniques for earthquake prediction, and the political fight necessary for humanity not to go extinct, as all other species inevitably do.
On Tuesday, September 20, the International Space Station Expedition 30 crew held a news conference at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. 21st Century Science & Technology magazine was at the Johnson Space Center on Tuesday to ask the astronauts what their thoughts were on the threat of mass extinctions and role of US/Russian cooperation on great projects in that context.