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Next Schiller Institute conference on June 26-27

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Clear Your Calendar for the next Schiller Institute conference on June 26-27

SI—The upcoming two-day Schiller Institute International June 26-27 conference is part of a continuous process to build a stronger and stronger anti-Malthusian alliance worldwide, incorporating a network of people who understand the profound importance of a Renaissance of Classical culture.

The impending hyperinflationary blowout, or a collapse of the financial system is becoming very clear and warnings are getting louder. The solutions, a win-win system of FDR-style Glass-Steagall, protection of commercial banks, not speculators, and Hamiltonian-type national banking system will be discussed. In addition, the world needs a New Bretton Woods credit system, and a massive increase in productivity through international cooperation in fusion research and space exploration.

The science of climate change is not settled, and much of what is presented is not based on science at all. Leading scientists with the integrity and courage to buck dangerous “popular” dogma will discuss so-called man-made climate change, and the most-advance science including the galactic science of oscillations astronomical-scale oscillations. The suicidal trend in some European countries to stick with anti-nuclear attitude will also be discussed.

Space science and exploration, recent breakthroughs in controlled thermonuclear fusion are the science drivers for a growing and prosperous human race. Man is surely a galactic species, and the realization of that idea has profound implications for everything from education, healthcare and to the potential for new Beethovens and Mozarts. That issue of scientific and artistic creativity will be central to the conference.

The international expansion of the Committee for the Coincidence of Opposites by establishing a dialogue between the initiating committee in the United States and similar people in other countries will be a major topic. Be sure to review the proceedings of the May 8 conference and spread the word.