No Surf & Turf in Europe as Food Problems Worsen

December 21, 2000
NYT - Europeans, who have been avoiding beef since the rampant spread of Mad Cow Disease there, have now been told it is unsafe to eat fish. Scientists there warn that unacceptablyhigh levels of industrial chemicals have been found in... continued

Popo Danger Appears to Disappear

December 21, 2000
After erupting more dramatically Monday and Tuesday than it has in 1,200 years, according to scientists, the Popocatepetl volcano 35 miles from Mexico City staged a sudden shutdown. This was not the ominous pause that volcanologists had feared, which would... continued

Huge New Popo Eruptions, Major Event May Be Next

December 20, 2000
Mexican authorities were on maximum alert Tuesday afternoon as el Popo began to show signs of a possible serious eruption, and a glacier at the summit was endangered by rising surface temperatures. Red-hot rocks the size of beach balls were... continued

Panel Urges US to Label Genfoods

December 20, 2000
NYT - A biotechnology committee formed by the U.S. and the European Union is expected to recommend that the United States toughen its regulation of genetically modified foods. Consumers, they feel, should have the "right of informed choice," meaning that... continued

Search for Mammoths in Thailand

December 20, 2000
In a twist on the Sasquatch legend, scientists in Thailand have acted on videotape evidence that pre-historic mammoths may still be living in the remote forests of northern Thailand. Princess Rangsrinopadorn Yokol, a conservationist who is a member of Thailand?s... continued

Sudden Climate Change Proven, Says Scientist

December 19, 2000
It has been discovered that a dramatic rise in temperature hit Antarctica about 19,000 years ago, followed by an equally sudden decline. Like similar data from Greenland ice cores, this suggests that global climate change may not happen gradually, but... continued

Chemtrail Wave Reported Over Texas

December 19, 2000
There?s a wave of Chemtrails over Texas, according to our listeners. Donald Atkins writes, "Friday afternoon(1 Dec) at 4:00, my grandson and I watched Chem/Contrails being made over Fort Worth. They made a grid going north-south, then an "X" pattern.... continued

Northeast Paying Price for California Power Shortage

December 19, 2000
NYT - Along the West Coast of the United States, the Northwest has always used the most power in the winter, to provide heat when during cold weather, and the Southwest has always used the most in the summer, for... continued

Solar Storm May Hit, Near-Earth Asteroid Passing

December 19, 2000
A coronal mass ejection that left the Sun on Monday is likelyto buffet Earth's magnetosphere later this week. Forecasters estimate a 20% chance of severe geomagnetic activity when the CME arrives. Auroras are possible early Thursday and Friday mornings. A... continued

Volcanos May Hasten Climate Change

December 18, 2000
Volcanic eruptions are more likely to cause world weather changes than possible impacts from comets, a team of scientists announced to the American Geophysical Union last week. Massive eruptions of magma, ash and gas, which are spewing out of Popocatepetl... continued