16 October

By Meghan Rouillard

Last night, some of us did a review of the translation I’ve been working on by Vernadsky, “The Evolution of Species and Living Matter” which was the basis for the video, “A Vernadskian Law of Evolution”. Some quotes from this were featured in the video. To further whet your appetite, before the full thing gets posted at some point, here are some further excerpts from the translation:

14 October

by Meghan Rouillard

Last Thursday, Ben Deniston, Alicia Cerretani and I attended an event on Capitol Hill called, “Space Weather Threats to the Electric Grid.” We’ve featured the threat that a severe geomagnetic storm can pose to the electric grid on the LPAC site before, including in an article by Laurence Hecht, The Solar Storm Threat to America's Power Grid. We decided to take the opportunity of such a discussion of reality in D.C. to get up to date on this, including where we stand as far as preparedness, etc.

01 October

by Ben Deniston

A friend just pointed us to this article, "Mega Quakes Occur More Frequently When the Sun has Fewer Sunspots," discussing a study soon to be released by a team out of Kyushu University, Japan. The article states,

Sunspots gradually increase and decrease in number in a cycle of about 11 years, and cause changes in the earth's atmosphere. The research team investigated the possibility that they could also produce changes beneath the earth's surface, and compared data on the number of sunspots between 1963 and 2000 and the 327,625 earthquakes of magnitude 4 or more that occurred during this period.

30 September

by Oyang Teng

The hysteria surrounding the Fukushima meltdown was a sad reminder of how stupid people have allowed themselves to become on any subject dealing with radiation. It took 50 years of brainwashing to achieve that level of stupidity, with the latest evidence for this deliberate fraud coming from Dr. Edward Calabrese at the University of Massaschussets at Amhurst.

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