The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The launch of China's fifth manned space flight yesterday starts a 15-day mission which will push further the orbital technology China is developing, in preparation for assembling its own space station by 2020.
by Benjamin Deniston
The outrageous year-long drive by the Obama Administration to cripple the American magnetic fusion energy research program, and now also to slow down the laser fusion program, has raised some hackles on Capitol Hill.
A Greek space researcher has called for the establishment of a space research and high- technology center and a space port to be built by the Greek city of Kalamata, which is the southernmost port on the Peloponnese. In the Schiller Institute's Marshall Plan for the Balkans, this port is to be developed as an entry point from Africa where goods can be transported north by a proposed railway.
As a payload specialist for aerospace manufacturing giant McDonnell Douglas, Charlie Walker was the first person from the private sector to fly in space, taking part in three Space Shuttle missions in 1984 and 1985. He's now is an engineer and expert on space exploration and commercialization.
Heretofore, for a relatively long time, the teaching of the mere name of “science” had often meant, for many some, an actually mistaken devotion to a notion of what had been merely “sense-certainty.”
Chinese President Xi Jinping chose the China Academy of Space Technology as the venue to give a speech on Youth Day. Speaking to a group of young people from all walks of life, including space technology engineers, welders, and agricultural researchers, President Xi urged them to dare to dream, to fulfill their dreams, and to contribute to the revitalization of the nation.
The just-released, second issue of the international scientific journal "GEOCHANGE" includes the 45-page report, "Planetary Defense: An Extraterrestrial Imperative," written by the Lyndon LaRouche's scientific research team, "The Basement." The 2012 Basement report is probably the most scientifically revolutionary presentation of the subject of planetary defense in existence, starting from a view
A letter opposing the sequester cuts that would further gut NASA programs for the exploration Mars and other planetary missions was sent to NASA administration Charles Bolden, signed by a bipartisan group of members of the Senate and the House. Spaceref.com posted the letter on April 19 under the headline, "Call on NASA to Not Gut Planetary Science". Initiated by Sen.