|This release appears in the February 16, 2007 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.
A SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION:
LYM Announces Advance in Kepler Studies
The LaRouche Youth Movement (LYM) issued the following release Feb. 5, titled "Science and Music: Without Both, You Know Neither!" on the completion of the second phase of its ongoing Kepler Project. It is posted on the LYM website, http://www.wlym.com/kepler/harmonies.
The LaRouche Youth Movement is happy to announce the completion of the second phase of its Kepler Project.
During these times, when our population and leaders are intoxicated by "Clash of Civilizations" propaganda and the alcoholic magic of the ethanol energy fraud, a revolution in the History of Science has been made. The recent release of the work on the mind of Johannes Kepler, as seen through his Harmonice Mundi, has now been published on the Internet, by a small team of the LaRouche Youth Movement.
This milestonecoming only months after the earlier breakthrough work on Kepler's New Astronomyis the launching point by which the world will, once again, be reinvigorated with the Classical Greek method of Sphaerics that came out of the works of Plato, Pythagoras, and the ancient Egyptians.
The understanding of this method requires Harmonicsa concept going back thousands of years, largely forgotten today. Modern education foolishly has wounded itself, and its students, by the separation of the arts and science. We live in one universe, which is perceived sensibly, in many ways. Without an understanding of Music and Science, you know neither!
The passing of the torch, from Kepler to the LYM, paves the way for the future work already under way, as of this writing, on the mind of Carl Friedrich Gauss and his discovery and determination of the orbits of the asteroids Ceres and Pallas.
This is only the beginning of the necessary movement towards the sufficient grasp of Riemannian Dynamics, which is critical for the progress of modern Science today.
Lyndon LaRouche, the world's leading physical economist, had this to say about the posting of the new LYM/Kepler website:
Now, on to the Future!