February 3rd 2012 • 3:54PM

Now Available: LPACTV's Window to Space.
The type of thinking which is vectored towards mankind’s inevitable destiny in the stars can already be seen in aspects of recent proposals for the colonization of Earth’s Arctic.

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August 27th 2011 • 11:54AM

LPACTV's Natalie Lovegren elaborates how the tempering of climates through a globally extended NAWAPA program, including the greening of the Sahara, could potentially minimize or even eliminate the occurrence of violent hurricanes.

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July 20th 2011 • 4:00PM

Here, LPAC presents the first in a semi-regular series of reports on the weather. You may ask, 'What does a political action committee have to do with weather?' Well, it is true that you can get a local weather report from any competent meteorologist, but the question of what causes the weather, especially the extreme weather we experience, does not originate from our terrestrial globe.

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January 23rd 2012 • 9:29AM

Less than 24 hours following LaRouche’s State of the Union speech in which he declared that the only way to save mankind will be a mission to land a man on Mars, Roscosmos chief Vladimir Popovkin proposed that the United States enter into collaboration with Russia to lay a pathway for a mission to Mars, beginning with the establishment of a permanent colony on the moon.

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August 24th 2011 • 12:50PM

Peter Martinson presents the June 2011 announcement by the American Astronomical Society, about the future of our Sun, within the context of a creative universe. The Sun is not random, and neither is our planet's relationship to it. So, our governments must quit posturing, and do something about it!

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June 29th 2011 • 8:36PM

Glen and Aaron Isherwood from the Citizens Electoral Council report on the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics Conference in Melbourne, Australia. Glen highlights the ongoing fight between the British empire created statistical method in Science, and the optimistic view that mankind can know and control natural phenomena, like earthquakes and volcanoes.

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Prof. Sergey Pulinets: Are Earthquakes Foreseeable?

Professor Sergey Pulinets, of the Institute of Applied Geophysics in Moscow, presents the evidence that not only can mankind predict earthquakes and related natural disasters, but, in fact, we have the power to change the weather to suit our needs. Pulinets' presentation was part of the panel "The Preeminence of Science over Ideology ", during the July 2-3 Schiller Institute conference in Rüsselsheim, Germany.

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