Daniel Connelly describes the discovery of a gigantic impact crater he found in Australia. Whatever object created this crater, struck the Earth about 545 million years ago, while the Earth was passing through one of the Milky Way's spiral arms, and coincided with the first appearance of animal life on our planet - the Cambrian Explosion.
Creativity is manifest everywhere in our universe, even at what seem to be the extremes: whether at the galactic or extragalactic extreme whose activity has coincided with evolutionary upshifts on earth, or at the level of the single celled organisms which they produced. It is an inescapable and undeniable fact, no matter where you look.
Peter Martinson (LPAC Basement Research Team) and Natalie Lovegren (LPACTV) discuss recent earthquake forecasts for the immediate period in the Pacific Rim of Fire: Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia, and California, U.S.
We have evidence from solar and galactic cycles that we could be heading into a major extinction. LPAC-TV takes this opportunity to interview a veteran of three of the five mass extinctions.
Can life be reduced to nothing more than an interesting arrangement of atoms and molecules? No.
The Japanese Earthquake must serve as a wake-up call for mankind. We are behind in our scientific understanding of the Universe, specifically the relationship between our Earth, our active Sun, and our galaxy.
Trailer for the interview with Lebanese-American Poet and Author, Khaled Fayyad. The British have not only setup and continued to run extremist terrorist groups in Southwest Asia, but Fayyad also discusses some of the most current operations in the region, including Libya, Syria, and Iran.