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Introduction
Early in the Eighteenth Century, in the famous exchange of correspondence between the German mathematician and philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and Newton's disciple Samuel Clarke, Leibniz postulated that "absolute" space and void are abstract constructs that lack all reality in the world accessible to man's senses. In the mid-Nineteenth Century, thinkers such as Bernard Riemann, followed by Albert Einstein and Vladimir Vernadski in the Twentieth Century, demonstrated that Leibniz' postulates were indeed correct.

Like the other celestial bodies, the Earth does not move through empty Space as some today would have it. Most of the events that occur on these bodies are governed by "weak forces", the latter often manifested through manifold forms of cosmic radiation. Moreover, the existence of that radiation poses in itself a challenge to the very survival of Man in the Universe.

This section includes film-clips and articles on how Man will explore and colonise Space, on cosmic radiation and its impact on the biosphere, and on the major cycles that characterise geological phenomena both on Earth, and on other planets.

Dans un célèbre débat avec un disciple de d'Issac Newton, Samuel Clarke, au début du dix-huitième siècle, le philosophe allemand Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz a postulé que l'espace et le vide "absolus" ne sont que des concepts abstraits ne correspondant à aucune réalité dans notre monde sensible. De nombreux penseurs comme Bernard Riemann, Albert Einstein, Vladimir Vernadski, pour ne nommer que quelques uns, ont par la suite démontré la véracité des propos de Leibniz.

Ainsi notre planète, la Terre, de même que tous les autres astres de notre univers, ne se déplacent pas dans un espace vide comme on le prétend souvent aujourd'hui. De plus, une grande partie de leur déveleppement est gouvernée par ce que l'ont peut appeler des "forces faibles", se manifestant souvent sous forme d'un rayonnement aux formes les plus diverses en provenance du cosmos. L'existance d'un tel rayonnement pose également un grand défi à toute présence humaine prolongée dans l'espace.

Vous trouverez ainsi, dans cette section, des articles et des vidéos sur l'exploration et la colonisation de l'espace, sur le rayonnement cosmique et son impact sur notre biosphère, ainsi que sur les grands cycles caractérisant les phénomènes géologiques sur la Terre et les autres planètes.

Energy of the future /

Energie du futur

The defence of the Earth /

La défense de la Terre

The extraterrestrial imperative /

L'impératif extraterrestre

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  Animated Infographic: Water for Life

14 mai 2015
  De l’eau pour le futur

29 April 2015
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22 March 2015
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22 March 2015
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17 mars 2015
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4 March 2015
Russian Architect-Engineer Completes Installation of Novovoronezh II-2 Reactor Pressure Vessel

25 février 2015
  Le projet de réacteur nucléaire à fluide dual (DFR)
Entretien avec le Dr Ahmed Hussein de l’Université Northern British Columbia

4 February 2015
China, U.S. Cooperation on Molten Salt Nuclear Reactor Is Set to Proceed; Can Help Resurrect Expiring U.S. R&D

30 January 2015
Russia Offers Expertise, Credit, to ASEAN Countries for Their Nuclear Industries

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6 May 2015
  End Droughts with Weather Control: Interview with Prof. Pulinets

11 April 2015
Russia Is Considering Proposing a BRICS Space Station

29 janvier 2015
Le prochain sommet des BRICS discutera d’une station spatiale commune

29 January 2015
New Soil Moisture Satellite Will Improve Understanding of Earth’s Water Cycle

20 October 2014
Comet Siding Spring flew past Mars

28 July 2014
Scientists will get a close-up look at a Comet, from Mars

17 July 2014
  MDA, Canadian scientists will use OLA laser system to map asteroid Bennu

12 April 2014
Europe Keeps Space Cooperation with Russia

6 April 2014
ESA Sentinel Satellite Launched — By a Russian Launch Vehicle

4 April 2014
China To Launch Earthquake-Forecasting Satellite in 2016, as Pacific Rim of Fire Becomes More Active

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15 April 2015
  Weekly Report: A New Paradigm for Mankind

15 April 2015
New Discoveries in the Solar System

10 April 2015
  The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays - A 1957 film by Frank Capra

1 April 2015
Memo for the Next President:
New Perspectives on the Western Water Crisis
By Benjamin Deniston

28 March 2015
China Scholar Calls for Joint U.S.-China Exploration of Mars, And ’Win-Win-Win’ Cooperation with Ibero-America

25 March 2015
Vernadskian Time: Time for Humanity

12 March 2015
Happy Birthday Vernadsky! The Inevitability of the Noösphere

26 February 2015
Mars Scientists Win a New Orbiter, Scheduled for Launch in 2022

26 February 2015
Russia Settles on ISS Participation to 2024, and Then, a Russian Space Station

26 February 2015
India Confirms It Is Readying Its Chandrayaan-2 Mission to the Moon

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