Tag Archives: human creativity

Fireside Chat with Kesha Rogers and Megan Beets, July 20, 2017, 9pm EDT

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Farming the Galaxy

Benjamin Deniston, Researcher, 21st Century Science & Technology magazine, led off his remarks at the July 7 Schiller Institute Food For Peace conference by presenting Lyndon LaRouche’s refutation of “Limits to Growth,” in terms of the ability of the human … Continue reading

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What New York City Can Learn from Africa

The “Summer of Hell” now afflicting New York City comes not from decades of overdue maintenance, but from decades of having no future plan for the next level of infrastructure! Just as Africa must develop by leaps, rather than through … Continue reading

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Fireside Chat with Marcia Merry Baker and Ben Deniston, July 13, 2017

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Farming From Space — Energy Flux Density and Agriculture

Robert Baker presents a terrific pedagogy on Lyndon LaRouche’s economic principle of Energy-Flux-Density as it relates to agriculture. The future of farming and the pursuit to eliminate hunger from the planet depends on mankind’s continued development of its uniquely creative … Continue reading

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LaRouchePAC Policy Committee Show, July 10, 2017

Join us live at 2pm EDT for our weekly Policy Committee Show featuring Matthew Ogden, Diane Sare and Bill Jones, EIR.

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Symposium – The Aesthetic Education of Humanity Through Music

On June 30, 2017, singers, teachers and other lovers of wisdom gathered in the New York Public Library’s Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center, for a symposium which explored the indispensable role of classical music and beauty in society, the … Continue reading

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