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`What Is Life?'
At the Brink of Mars
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

July 16, 2013
Yes, I was the one who authored that video called, ``The Woman on Mars.'' Then, why would I worry now, about my having orchestrated such a relatively successful role on the screen back then? When I think of some producers attempting such an attempted real-to-life project as that, today, I would shake my head and be sad for them, as I have often shaken my head for the stubborn follies of our nation in past times.
The cause for my concern on this account, should be considered as elementary, as follows:
Broadly, since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, a civilization of ours which had been progressing earlier, when that were measured in per-capita terms, has now, long since, fallen backwards, over the course of what is now more than a half-century of lost strength of our economy and the fitness of its culture; the result has been a loss which is to be measured in a long wave which has led into the present time, a time of a presently precipitously accelerating decline, per capita, at a still presently accelerating rate. Our society, notably that in the trans-Atlantic region, has not only lost most of the truly measured wealth of our own population (except for what are mostly the filthy and useless Wall Street rich), but has also lost much of its former sense of an efficient, intellectual connection to the future. There has been a consequent, particular sort of deep relative economic loss on that account, a loss which I see as most conspicuous in the trans-Atlantic region....
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  • 'What Is Life?':
    At the Brink of Mars
    by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

    Since the assassination of President Kennedy, civilization has fallen backwards over the course more than a half-century of lost strength of our economy and culture. This is expressed, in part, in the error of the reliance on what is merely human senseperception, including in the wrong-headed proposal for landing and settlement of human beings on the planet Mars, anytime soon.
  • Curiosity Opens Many Windows to the Solar System
    As we mark the one-year anniversary of the successful landing of NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars, planetary scientists are reaping the early results of a set of scientific experiments never before carried out on Mars.
  • Expanding NAWAPA XXI:
    Weather Modification To Stop Starvation

    All available scientific capabilities should be applied to the defense of the water, food, and livelihood of the people of North America, including systems to influence and control the weather. Weather modification systems can be designed to operate in conjunction with the nuclear-powered NAWAPA XXI system. Benjamin Deniston of the LaRouche science research team reports.
  • Cosmic Rays and Katrina




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