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The Extinction Protocol By Alvin Conway
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Our planet is dying and this is no mere rendezvous with a date on a Mayan calendar in 2012. It’s the mass termination of life on planet Earth. Nature is under a scientific directive. It is... More > irreversible. It is the extinction protocol. In 2010, the planet was ravaged by the worst flooding seen in 1000 years. Profound earth-changes have already devastated the planet and even more catastrophic change is yet to come. We are entering a period of extreme volcanism. Chaitén (Chile) erupted after being dormant for 9500 years, Eyjafjallajökull (Iceland) erupted after 187 years, and Sinabung volcano (Indonesia) erupted after 400 years. Earth's magnetic field is faltering as we approach the solar maximum (2012-2013). Earthquakes are intensifying and the planet's climate is becoming increasingly inhospitable and will be soon pushed to the brink of collapse. Civilization is poised on the precipice of the most stupendous crisis in Earth’s history and we are running out of time to save what remains left of the human race.< Less
Hazard: The Extinction Protocol guide to risk mitigation By Alvin Conway
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"Major disasters like the Japanese earthquake, the Joplin tornadoes, and Sandy are likely to become more frequent, and global governments must prepare for an uncertain future," said the... More > 2011 report issued by the International Development Ministry in Britain. Scientists, in the report, said recent natural disasters are “the beginnings of a new kind of future in which mega-disasters are going to be more frequent. The scale, frequency and severity of rapid onset humanitarian disasters will continue to grow in the coming years, and at an accelerating pace.” What would you do if you were faced with the imminent threat of a mega-earthquake or tsunami, the threat of a thermo-nuclear war, a nuclear plant melt-down, a volcanic eruption, a chemical or biological terror attack or a global pandemic? How do you protect yourself and your family from the ever-increasing set of calamitous hazards facing our modern world? What are the planet's low risk zones and where do you find them?< Less
The 7th Protocol: And the Sun Shall Be Darkened By Alvin Conway
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Early in the solar system’s history, a series of violent apocalyptic explosions occurred in interplanetary space that have never been fully documented or explained by science. Phaeton, the... More > giant planet between Jupiter and Mars exploded. Moons were crushed and planets were overturned in the celestial upheaval. The amount of energy released in the series of mysterious blasts was equal to the power of 10 Earth Suns. There is no force known to modern science that could account for the widespread devastation scattered over a region of space encompassing some 7.4 billion kilometers yet the tantalizing clues about the possible causes for the event are there and have been uncovered by our astrophysical investigation. In the ruins on far-flung moons, on distant scarred planets, and on Earth, we found evidence and prophetic warnings that this ‘unthinkable’ cosmic event will happen again.< Less
Etiquette By Dr. Phillip Botha
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Up to a period in time, it was regarded as very impolite when a man didn't open a car door for a woman, or pushed her chair in at a restaurant. Following Western culture, there was a certain... More > protocol that was followed in public, and even when a man and woman were together alone. Certain things were regarded as part of a man’s moral obligation, like opening a car door for a woman. It was seen as indecorous and even rude if a man didn't comply with that duty. The emphasis was on respect, and showing respect through a definite manner and method of doings things. Men were men, and women were women, and each had their diverse and unique role in society. Men left women to do what they did best, and the other way around. They were no threat to each other, and honored the differences between them through this dignified method of communication. This book is dedicated to etiquette. Perhaps, just maybe, we can save good old manners from extinction.< Less