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In the Shadow of Vernadsky—New Study Underscores Claims that Living Microbial Life was Discovered on Mars in 1976

  In 1976 NASA’s two Viking landers successfully touched down on the surface of Mars, becoming the first spacecraft to successfully land and operate on the red planet. While the more recent success of a series of NASA Martian rovers … Continue reading

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Spacecraft at Mars Getting Ready to Greet a Remarkable Cometary Visitor

In ten days, a comet that has never before ventured into the inner Solar System will come barreling in, on a path that will bring it dramatically close to Mars. At a distance of approximately 87,000 miles from the red … Continue reading

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October 3, 2014 Friday Webcast with Lyndon LaRouche

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Thanks to the Mars Exploration Rovers, We Are Now “Dual Citizens”

  “Over the past decade, through these rovers, our species has gone to work on Mars. And now, a generation has grown up with these rovers and have [sic] been inspired by them. So in addition to being earthlings, because … Continue reading

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The Father of China’s Lunar Program Comments on Fusion Energy and Helium-3

  Astrochemist Ouyang Ziyuan, generally recognized as the father of the Chinese Lunar Program, was interviewed on December 31, 2013 in the Yangcheng Evening Post. He was asked how he evaluated the significance of the latest Chang’3 mission. Ouyang: The … Continue reading

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THE SEARCH FOR A MISLAID TRUTH

THE SEARCH FOR A MISLAID TRUTH by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. Actually, how good, or bad, is sense-perception? Or, to put the question squarely, how far should you really trust sense-perceptions, and for what purposes? Therefore, go back, once more, … Continue reading

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ART, SCIENCE & SENSE-PERCEPTION by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

ART, SCIENCE & SENSE-PERCEPTION by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. October 21, 2013 I now continue the examination of those topics which I had first introduced in my June 10, 2013 report, topics introduced under the title of Nicholas of Cusa, … Continue reading

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– CURIOSITY AT AGE ONE – CURIOSITY OPENS MANY WINDOWS TO THE SOLAR SYSTEM –

– CURIOSITY AT AGE ONE: – – CURIOSITY OPENS MANY WINDOWS TO THE SOLAR SYSTEM – {The following is a pre-release of an EIR article, scheduled to appear in the August 9th issue.} by Marsha Freeman Aug. 5–As we mark … Continue reading

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AT THE BRINK OF MARS

“What is Life?” AT THE BRINK OF MARS by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. Yes, I was the one who authored that video called, “The Woman on Mars.”1 Then, why would I worry now, about my having orchestrated such a relatively … Continue reading

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22 July LPAC Policy Committee

Watch the LPAC Policy Committee discussion here The whole LPAC Policy Committee meet Lyndon LaRouche and Matthew Ogden in the studio to discuss the vision of the universe mankind must have to overcome the current crisis and create a great … Continue reading

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