Class given by LPAC Science Team Member Megan Beets at a New York City LaRouchePAC meeting on the subject of the uniqueness of the human mind and Vladimir Vernadsky's concept of the noösphere.
The fifth question from Lyndon LaRouche's webcast of May 17th, 2013, on the significance of the new Pope for Christianity and the world, and the role of returning to a moral conception of man.
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Chairwoman of the International Schiller Institute, sits down with leaders in the LaRouche movement to review the recent series of Schiller Institute/EIR conferences on the needed cultural paradigm shift for mankind. For more, visit the Schiller institute website here.
The sixth and final question from Lyndon LaRouche's webcast of May 17th, 2013, on the role of man's willful actions in changing the Universe.
Understanding how Johannes Kepler made the discoveries presented in his New Astronomy (the first work of modern science), is crucial for understanding economics: an “inside view” of the creative process is key to understanding how the human species develops as a species.
A presentation by Shawna Halevy at LPAC Symposium in NJ.