Genfoods Genes Found to Jump Species Barrier

May 30, 2000
Genetic foods are being grown freely in the United States without any significant public oversight. The reason is that the genfoods industry has convinced regulatory and political bodies that modified genes cannot spread from one species to another and mutation... continued

Leslie Kean – UFO theorists gain support abroad

May 30, 2000
Boston Globe - Study by French officials, routine unexplained sightings, US military safety aspects combine to boost believers By Leslie Kean, 5/21/2000 Last month's release of the first detailed satellite images of Area 51, the top-secret US Air Force test... continued

Fabled Northeast Passage Reopens

April 15, 2000
Not since 1527 when English Merchant Robert Thorne speculated that a northeast passage across the lower arctic might exist has it been possible for ships to actually traverse the route without the help of icebreakers. The unprecedented speed of global... continued

Whitley Permanent Dreamland Host

April 13, 2000
Effective Sunday, April 16, Whitley Strieber will become the permanent host of Dreamland. Contrary to incorrect information that has appeared on some websites, Mr. Strieber has not been 'turned down' as the host of the overnight Coast-to-Coast program. Because of... continued

Ross Ice Shelf Begins to Break Up

April 11, 2000
One of the most massive icebergs ever recorded broke off the Ross Ice Shelf on March 25, 2000. This huge berg measured 183 miles long by 23 miles wide. Now two more enormous bergs have been discovered to have broken... continued

Ocean Warming Confirmed

March 24, 2000
A critical part of the sudden climate change scenario is that the oceans must warn enough to melt substantial amounts of polar ice. This will flood the polar oceans with fresh water, causing temperatures in these oceans to rise. This... continued

Gales Plague American West

March 24, 2000
Unusually high winds swept across the San Gabriel valley in California on March 21 and much of Utah on March 20. The Utah winds were hurricane force, clocked at over 70 miles an hour, with gusts into the eighties. In... continued

Biggest Ever Iceberg in Antarctic

March 24, 2000
What is probably the largest iceberg ever recorded has broken off of the Ross Ice Shelf in the Antarctic. The berg is roughly twice the size of the state of Delaware. The break has occurred during the latter part of... continued

New Research Say Rapid Global Warming On The Way

March 24, 2000
Scientists at Scripps Institute of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego, say that a study of long-term weather cyclesconfirms that the earth is presently in a period of rapid global warming. If this process continues, it is likely... continued

UFOs Sweep Across China, Government Responds Sensibly

March 5, 2000
Beginning in December, 1999, UFO sightings began to decline in the United States and the western world in general, while sighting reports exploded in China. The western press, in general responded with a much milder sneer than it normally reserves... continued