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.

19:43
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. "

35:35
April 28th 2011 • 12:03PM

The San Francisco Bay could be the next victim of the ring of fire. Are the American people willing to take the necessary steps to change the political leadership in this country and ensure that the United States makes it safely through this time of crisis?

21:57
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 2nd 2011 • 12:00PM

Newly introduced House Resolution 1641 correctly demands that U.S. leadership in manned space exploration not be a thing of the past. But despite how crucial this vision for the future is, without the Glass Steagall now, and without kicking out Obama, continuing the very nation itself were impossible, let alone fulfilling our extraterrestrial imperative.

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April 26th 2011 • 7:58PM

Do you think that we should stop funding space exploration in order to "solve problems here on Earth?" That kind of idiocy might just get you -- and all of the rest of us -- killed. Evidence points to the fact that diseases are not a terrestrial occurrence, and that their "cures" will probably not be found here on Earth.

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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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