Starlink Could Cost Food Industry Billions

January 11, 2001
The Toronto Star has reported that the StarLink genetically engineered corn could cost the food industry billions of dollars. The pollution of regular strains of corn by StarLink will lead to dozens of lawsuits. "This is going to come back... continued

Killer Virus Could Lead to Devastating Bioweapons

January 11, 2001
Without meaning to, Australian scientists have created a virus that could lead to the most devastating bioweapon ever devised. The scientists were trying to create a mouse contraceptive vaccine to use for pest control. They worked with mousepox, with doesn?t... continued

Is this IT–A Smokin’ Scooter?

January 11, 2001
ABC News believes that it has discovered a picture of the new secret invention code-named Ginger, otherwise known as "IT," in patent documents filed by DEKA Research, the company of inventor Dean Kamen, who's record includes revolutionary wheelchairs, heart valves... continued

Genfood Industry Triumph: the Green Potato

January 10, 2001
Genetic modification of seeds has put animal genes in vegetables and given us square tomatoes, but the newest breakthrough is the green, water-sensing, potato. Scientists at Edinburgh University injected potato plants with a fluorescence gene borrow from a luminous jellyfish,... continued

Chemtrails Now Being Seen in Europe

January 10, 2001
Victor Johnson, who listens to Dreamland over the internet from the Netherlands, writes, "Today in Amsterdam (December 11) at 3 p.m. local time, there was the usual low, fast-moving cloud layer up in the sky. The clouds only parted briefly,... continued

Forest Fire Reveals Native American Secrets

January 10, 2001
Last summer?s forest fire in the Sequoia National Forest in California has uncovered hundreds of American Indian relics, causing anthropologists to change their minds about the Indians who lived here thousands of years ago. As archaeologist Ken Wilson said, "This... continued

World Effort to Save Untainted Seeds

January 10, 2001
The seeds we rely on for food are being genetically altered by a handful of large corporations, and the companies that produce these seeds admit that there is no way to keep genetically engineered seeds from contaminating ordinary crops. We?re... continued

Whitley on–First Key Interview

January 10, 2001
Whitley Strieber's first interview about the Key will be on KENS radio's "Clear Talk" program with Constance Clear on Friday, January 12 from 7PM to 9PM Central time. You can listen to the show on the internet and call in... continued

The Mystery of ‘IT’

January 10, 2001
The invention has the code name "Ginger," and was developed by 49 year-old scientist Dean Kamen, who says that Ginger will change the world. Kamen is an eccentric inventor who commutes to work by helicopter. He?s out of touch with... continued

Strange Material Falls From Sky in Syracuse, NY

January 8, 2001
A listener alerted us to a mysterious green or yellow substance that fell from the sky in Syracuse, New York over the past few days. Syracuse television station WSTM has carried out laboratory analysis and the substance has found not... continued