The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
by Shawna Halevy
How do you, consequently, locate the reality of that identity which must define your reaction to such a conception? What must be your proper point of view of both the world and your self?
Yesterday, the House of Representatives gave up fighting for its own inadequate version of the NASA funds-authorization bill, because its passage would have conflicted with the much worse Senate bill endorsed by the White House.
Since Leibniz introduced the original use and definition of the modern term "dynamics," during the last decade of the Seventeenth Century, that echo of the principle which had been known to Plato as "dynamis," became widely misused later, as today, under the rubric of "dynamics," in musical and other settings, for meanings, such as "sensation,""amplitude,"or "percussive," which are worse than ridiculous, when compared with the scientific meaning of the term. In effect, what is one of the most richly profound conceptions, was thus reduced to the banal. The issue so posed has essentially nothing to do with a mere grammarian's definitions as such; the commonplace misuses of the term, tend toward some kind of mental disorder.
The enthusiastic response to LaRouche's recent call for a 50-year mission to establish a scientific colony on Mars, itself an expression of the bubbling mass strike ferment now nearing its boiling point, prompts this renewed attack upon a scientific problem which it has been my destiny to battle with for over 20 years.
A video titled "Educating a Renaissance," produced by the Basement team of the LaRouche Political Action Committee, was shown at the opening session of a conference held by Russian and Ukrainian intellectuals today in Sevastopol, Crimea (Ukraine). The event is called the First Heraclean Futurological Congress — Justifying the Future.
Here are excerpts from two letters found in the George Vernadsky archives at Columbia University, which V.I. Vernadsky wrote to his son and his daughter about his recent turn toward Riemann.
Letter to George Vernadsky, Yzkoe, June 21, 1938
On Saturday February 27, The LaRouche Show featured a gripping discussion of human creativity and universal anti-entropy versus the oligarchical impositions on science most recently associated with the so-called Second Law of Thermodynamics.
by Bernhard Riemann
It is known that geometry assumes, as things given, both the notion of space and the first principles of constructions in space. She gives definitions of them which are merely nominal, while the true determinations appear in the form of axioms. The relation of these assumptions remains consequently in darkness; we neither perceive whether and how far their connection is necessary, nor a priori, whether it is possible.