The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Fires have so far engulfed more than 3,500 acres in North Texas, including land that already burned during a devastating spring fire that claimed more than 160 homes. The current fire has already destroyed at least 20 homes, and the flames are threatening more than 125 homes in the Possum Kingdom Lake area about 75 miles west of Fort Worth. Hundreds of people have been evacuated from the area.
Severe flooding is underway in an extensive area of the Northeast. So far this week, over 20 rivers and streams have set new all-time records for volume of run-off.
The following segment from the Aug. 26 "While You were Sleeping," by Natalie Lovegren, gives a glimpse of how, as we reassert Man's true nature as co-creator of the universe, we can stop being victims of destructive natural events, such as Hurricane Irene:
Sergey Zhukov, general director of the "Skolkovo" new technology development center, spoke of an "interesting proposal" among the projects the center envisages: "One of a satellite system that recognizes earthquakes at an early stage. It has been found out that the activity of the Earth's crust produces some changes in the ionosphere.
Several scientists and medical researchers have found that satellite imaging technology has already proven extremely useful in predicting cholera outbreaks weeks before they occur.
An increased frequency of small earthquakes in the Tokyo area since the great March 11 quake to the North, raises the "possibility of a huge plate-boundary earthquake amplified by simultaneous moves in two or more focal areas," according to the University of Tokyo's Earthquake Research Institute.
As the Congressional candidate who won the Democratic Party nomination in 2010, demanding the impeachment of Obama for his treasonous destruction of our nation's scientific potential, expressed in NASA, I am now issuing a warning to the patriots of this nation.
The Times and The Sun of London, today both reported on the Russian conference in Yakutsk, eastern Siberia, Aug 17-19, which discussed the Bering Strait tunnel project.
Japan's Yomiuri Shimbun reports today on apparent precursors for the March 11 9.0 quake, including possible precursors about 50 miles (80 km) up in the ionosphere. Prof. Kosuke Heki of Hokkaido University, a researcher of geophysics, checked changes in the density of electrons in the ionosphere using electric waves from Global Positioning System satellites.