SCIENCE VS. MATHEMATICS LAROUCHEPAC: From LaRouche, Basement, Forecasting, Empire Life beyond sense-perception: SCIENCE VS. MATHEMATICS by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. April 14, 2011 I have often been sent questions respecting certain matters of physical science which define the relevant, … Continue reading


Mythopoeia by J.R.R. Tolkien To one [C.S. Lewis] who said that myths were lies and therefore worthless, even though ‘breathed through silver’. Philomythus to Misomythus You look at trees and label them just so, (for trees are ‘trees’, and growing … Continue reading


WHAT MAKES SENSE? Science’s next new undertaking: WHAT MAKES SENSE? By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. November 30, 2010 In my “The Present Fall of the House of Windsor,”1EIR, Dec. 3, 2010 ( or LaRouchePAC ( I had brought to … Continue reading


Mysticism Mysticism As A Key To Scientific Breakthroughs by Owen Waters Mystics are visionaries. That’s what gives them the edge in scientific research. Newton, Faraday and Einstein were all examples of mystics. Most of their research occurred, not in … Continue reading

Venice and Leibniz

Venice and Leibniz VENICE and LEIBNIZ: The Battle for a Science of Economy By Michael Kirsch December 24, 2009 If citizens knew that between Isaac Newton, Rene Descartes, and Galileo Galilei, not a single discovery was ever made, then … Continue reading

Meditation Makes You More Creative ScienceDaily (Apr. 19, 2012) — Certain meditation techniques can promote creative thinking. This is the outcome of a study by cognitive psychologist Lorenza Colzato and her fellow researchers at Leiden University, published 19 April in Frontiers in Cognition. This … Continue reading

Creativity vs. Innovation

Creativity vs. Innovation June 6, 2008 Creativity vs. Innovation Here’s a good question. What’s the difference between creativity and innovation? First of all, there is a difference. Creativity according to is: “the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, … Continue reading