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New Paradigm Show --- Mankind is Not an Animal 20 May 2015

Over the past weeks, an emerging discussion has occurred between Lyndon LaRouche and associates on the significance and implications of the turn of the 20th Century. 53 more words

Lyndon Larouche

NBA Lottery Primer-What Kings Fans Need to Know

It’s better to be lucky than good. Lately, the Sacramento Kings haven’t been either.  The Kings are hoping that luck will be on their side tonight when they enter the NBA draft lottery for the 20th time in the 30 years of existence. 282 more words

Sports

May 8, 2015 · Friday Webcast

Watch the Friday webcast featuring the latest on LaRouche’s “Manhattan Project” and a special celebration of the 70th anniversary of V-E Day.

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Friday Webcast

New Paradigm Show · April 29, 2015

“That which is not truth cannot measure truth precisely,” wrote Nicolaus of Cusa, the creator of the Renaissance.

In this week’s program, Jason Ross is joined by Liona Fan-Chiang and Megan Beets in a discussion of the reality of human discovery as the substance of nature. 73 more words

Human Creativity

April 24, 2015 - Friday Webcast with Benjamin Deniston and Jeffrey Steinberg

Standing on the steps of World War III, the United States has the opportunity to, not only save the state of California from its current path of destruction, but the entire world by joining the BRICS group of nations. 19 more words

Stopping WW III

Basement Hangout — Vernadskian Time: Time for Humanity

An opening presentation by Jason Ross on aspects of time unique to biology and mankind, from the standpoint of Vladimir Vernadsky and Lyndon LaRouche. With a particular focus on why the laws of thermodynamics do not apply to humanity. 26 more words

Science

Vernadskian Time: Time for Humanity

A PDF of this article can be found here.

By Jason Ross · jasonross.LPAC@gmail.com

Abstract

Vladimir Vernadsky’s concept of the different phase spaces of abiotic processes, life, and cognition, serve to illustrate the errors of trying to build up the entire universe from abiotic processes, through the implicit rejection of the possible existence of uniquely biological or noetic principles. 7,259 more words

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