Protecting ourselves

Protecting the Human Family from Natural Threats In addition to bringing the human family into human and life-support harmony, there are naturally occurring threats to human and life-support system health and wellbeing. Terrestrial threats include increased volcanic activity or a super-volcano eruption. Such occurrences have the potential to blast enough fine particles of dust and ash into earth’s upper atmosphere to reduce or even preclude food production for one or several years. Since we haven’t yet developed ways to eliminate such threats and since volcanic activity can occur without much warning, storing a secure supply of food, water, clothing, shelter and the like is vital to minimize the negative impact that volcanic activity can cause to the human family.

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