The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The "Strategic Defense of Earth" concept, originally proposed six months ago by Dmitri Rogozin, has received renewed attention over the recent weeks from individuals close to president-elect Putin, whose official inauguration as the next President of Russia is scheduled for this coming Monday, May 7th. It should be seen as no coincidence that this increased attention to the defense of earth idea coincides with major coverage of the ideas and personality of Lyndon LaRouche, the original author of the SDI, the model for the SDE.
See also: The Strategic Defense of Humanity
Short teaser for video of a class presented by Sky Shields in Berlin, on the subject of Man's understanding and mastery of the forces of planetary evolution.
To watch the full presentation, click here.
Roscosmos director Anatoly Perminov has thrown his weight behind a program called IGMASS, which, if enacted, would serve as an important stepping stone towards the urgent international collaborative scientific program which LaRouche has proposed, which he has dubbed "Operation Kepler", for the consolidation and expansion of man's existing sensorium, allowing us to forecast earthquakes and the like
Professor Pier Francesco Biagi, leading Italian researcher on earthquake precursors, possessed evidence as early as March 1st, of the high probability of a major earthquake hitting Japan within ten days. If the warning Biagi's team issued had been heeded, the devastating effects of the March 11th quake could have been avoided.
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.
We have reports of a rare, massive storm on Saturn which reflects extra solar system, galactic processes. The Obama administration takedown of the crucial functions of NASA, and our satellite monitoring capability, such as the GOES-11 all-earth monitoring weather satellite in face of a widespread increase in geophysical activity of killer storms, earthquakes and volcanoes is criminal.
LPAC international correspondent Daniel Grasenack-Tente gives an initial briefing on the exciting discussion that took place yesterday at the European Geosciences Union conference forum on earthquake precursors.
On December 20th, the Chinese Government announced the completion of the first phase of their planned 2017 manned Moon mission.
Chinese satellite Chang'e 2, launched on November 1st, had successfully orbited the Moon, returning images of the lunar surface's Bay of Rainbows region, setting the stage for the beginning of phase two, which would feature the landing of the probe Chang'e 3.