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.
Professor Pier Francesco Biagi's research team possessed earthquake precursor evidence as early as March 1st of a major earthquake hitting Japan within ten days.
Now, one month later, Biagi, a leading Italian researcher on earthquake precursors, granted LaRouchePAC an interview to discuss the issues surrounding this fascinating and crucial field of research.
Earthquake precursor scientist Yasuhide Hobara and his team have spent the last 10 years developing a system of radio receivers throughout Japan, which send and receive Very Low Frequency (VLF) radio signals. Variations in these signals can indicate earthquake precursors. In this interview with Daniel Grasenack-Tente, Dr.
Prof. Sergey Pulinets, researching earthquake precursors at the Institute of Applied Geophysics and the Moscow Center for Ionosphere Monitoring was interviewed by BueSo organizer Daniel Grasenack-Tente at the 2011 European Geosciences Conference this past week.
Basement research team member Oyang Teng made a presentation via video conference to an April 1st LaRouchePAC Emergency Town Hall meeting in Boston, which featured Congressional candidate Rachel Brown. The subject of the presentation was the scientific outlook necessary to confront the political, as well as seismic, crises facing civilization.
This week's discussion between Lyndon LaRouche and the national slate of LPAC endorsed candidates. For more on the campaigns, see LaRouchePAC.com/campaigns.