The LaRouche Plan
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On April 22, three former astronauts, Ed Lu, Tom Jones and Bill Anders, will be presenting evidence that asteroids hit the earth far more often than we think—in fact, three to ten times more often than we think, according to data from a nuclear weapons warning network.
According to an article in the English-language website of China News Service (CNS), posted Thursday, April 3th, China will launch a polar-orbiting satellite that will seek to detect earthquake "precursor" signals in the electrical, magnetic, and related properties of the ionosphere in 2016.
Rich Anderson, a former member of the Board of the Texas And Southwest Cattle Ranchers' Association, and longtime agriculture leader in the Western states, gave a thorough report on his state on Saturday, the West and the food supply, from his vantage point of a longtime backer of the necessity of nuclear power, and the North American Water and Power Alliance (NAWAPA).
According to AP, as many as 10,000 people are believed dead in one Philippine city alone, as a result of Typhoon Haiyan. Officials projected the death toll could climb even higher when emergency crews reach areas cut off by flooding and landslides.
Speaking at an event on U.S.-Russian relations, Sergei Kislyak, the Russian Ambassador to the United States, was asked by EIR about the possibility of a joint U.S.-Russian project for protecting Earth from asteroids. Kislyak was speaking at a forum together with Ambassador Thomas Pickering.
Kesha Rogers, LaRouche Democrat running for the Democratic Party nomination for Senate in Texas, issued the follow statement on Friday.
Legal and protest actions are escalating in parched California, where strife does nothing to relieve water scarcity.
The main task of the "Swarm" mission which the European Space Agency launched into orbit from the Russian cosmodrome at Plesetsk, on Nov. 22, is to conduct a precise mapping of the Earth's magnetic field.