These links offer insight into the current earth changes situation as it is seen by science.


1. Install energy-efficient showerheads.

2. Use an insulating jacket on your water heater.

3. Calk any heat leaks in your house.

You will personally reduce carbon emissions by up to a thousand pounds a year.

Images of the Antarctic Ice ShelvesThis site offers photographs of the various Antarctic ice shelves and is updated frequently.

The Global Volcanism ProgramYou can get recent volcanic activity data here.

Mt. Popocatapetl Picture Updated Every 30 Seconds With things as polluted as they are now (May, 1998), you can’t see much, but it’s there and it’s smoking.
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UFO ROUNDUP – Mysterious booms or “skyquakes” rattled thousands of homes within a large area 30 miles (50 kilometers) southeast of Los Angeles.

According to Ryan H. Turner, a communications dispatcher for Orange County, police and fire departments began receiving phone calls around 10 p.m. The calls ranged from Norco and Corona in Riverside County to Pomona in eastern Los Angeles County, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northwest.

Turner reported that residents “were startled by two large noises that rattled” walls and windows. “In one case reported directly to me, around the door in an 8,000-square foot home began to vibrate rapidly.”
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UFO ROUNDUP – On Monday, May 4, 1998, around 11:30 p.m., residents of Half Moon Bay and El Granada, California spotted three mysterious green lights hovering just offshore.

Half Moon Bay (population 8,886) and El Granada (population 4,426) are on Highway 1 about 60 miles (96 kilometers) south of San Francisco.

Reports were also received from two or three residents living on Skyline Boulevard, north of Redwood City. According to Larry Hatch, “observers” on a tugboat in Half Moon Bay “also saw the lights for 30 minutes. The tugboat operator described them as green ‘stoplights’ (traffic lights–J.T.) He also said they were arranged in a straight vertical row. (Many thanks to Larry Hatch and Errol Bruce-Knapp for this news story.)
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Despite the fact that the story that the RAF had tracked a large UFO over the North Sea was published in a number of British papers, it now appears that it is a hoax. At least, the RAF is claiming that no such event happened. British UFO investigators are saying that a disgruntled RAF employee was responsible.

Was he breaking official silence or merely causing trouble? We will probably never know.

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