June 25th 2011 • 1:15AM

The magnitude 7.2 earthquake that just struck Alaska’s Aleutian islands Thursday night is a warning for the United States. "Impeach Obama, before it is too late!"

June 22nd 2011 • 1:22PM

Coronal Mass Ejections and associated geomagnetic storms are a known threat; specifically to our electrical power grid on which our survival and economy directly depend. Studies conducted by Metatech corporation estimates that more than 130 million people in the U.S.A. are at high risk for such an event, with the potential to send mankind, quite literally, back to the Dark Ages.

June 14th 2011 • 8:16AM

In this latest report, Anna Shavin provides a closer look at how FDR increased food production while keeping prices down during the greatest war mobilization in history. FDR's example is key to surviving an upcoming crisis in food, driven by speculation.

June 23rd 2011 • 12:08PM

We should be reminded that we live in an environment that is not only interconnected with both the solar system as a whole and our galaxy, but, more importantly, that is a interconnected system of continuous development and change. This investigation of the "Wilcox Effect" is one piece of that picture.

June 18th 2011 • 3:59PM

LPAC's case study on the threat of Volcanoes to Europe and the Mediterranean.

June 8th 2011 • 4:02PM

Basement Team member Meghan Rouillard addresses U.S. Congressional candidate Diane Sare's Town Hall meeting in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ. The subject: the Universality of Mind.

Wednesday, October 12th - While You Were Sleeping
October 12th 2011 • 11:13AM

With the long-awaited expansion of the EFSF bailout still pending and the succeeding ESM far from reach, can the bankrupt system wait that long, or will they opt for a dictatorial coup inside Europe, in the form of undermining the sovereignty of European nations to secure an unlimited expansion of the bailouts?

Also, included in today's report is your Weekly Weather Report. See the new blog entry "Sunspots and Mega Earthquakes" by Basement Research Member Ben Deniston for more.

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