May 30th 2011 • 1:59PM

Was the March 11 Japan quake forecastable? A team of scientists involved in research on earthquake precursors has released a pre-publication copy of a paper analyzing distinct precursor signals in the atmosphere and ionosphere in the days preceding the disaster.

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May 24th 2011 • 8:17PM

We have reports of a rare, massive storm on Saturn which reflects extra solar system, galactic processes. The Obama administration takedown of the crucial functions of NASA, and our satellite monitoring capability, such as the GOES-11 all-earth monitoring weather satellite in face of a widespread increase in geophysical activity of killer storms, earthquakes and volcanoes is criminal.

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May 19th 2011 • 12:00PM

As a follow up to our Bay Area case-study, LPAC is releasing this new case-study on the Northwest, threatened both by its many active Volcanos, and by the Cascadia subduction zone. The seemingly peaceful Northwest is a ticking time bomb for disaster.

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May 27th 2011 • 7:10PM

We are now in, as others have indicated they understand, an unprecedented financial collapse at the same time we have been issued warnings of completely unprecedented weather patterns, so, it appears as though we must do something, yet without precedent and employ the 4th section of the 25th amendment.

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May 21st 2011 • 1:53PM

Super Volcanoes should be taken into account among the various natural phenomena that present an extinction-level threat to mankind. As with great earthquakes, there is much evidence of solar, galactic, and even extra-galactic forces which influence, effect, and perhaps even determine these phenomena, all of which need immediate investigation if we hope to survive an imminent eruption.

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May 14th 2011 • 11:52AM

"If we recognize that to man is granted a higher identity, above the simple perceptions of our mere mortal coil, an identity consistent with the greatest achievements of classical arts and science, then we must locate our mission not in what is, but in what must become. "

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"One Planet is Not Enough": ISS Crew Discusses Human Space Flight & The Galactic Threat
September 22nd 2011 • 2:20PM

On Tuesday, September 20, the International Space Station Expedition 30 crew held a news conference at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. 21st Century Science & Technology magazine was at the Johnson Space Center on Tuesday to ask the astronauts what their thoughts were on the threat of mass extinctions and role of US/Russian cooperation on great projects in that context.

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