Ozone Hole Biggest Ever – Layer Thins Worldwide During Solar Max

September 8, 2000
NASA scientists reported today that the ozone hole over the antarctic has reached its largest-ever size and will continue to grow through October. Contrary to the jokes made about this by politicians, this is an extremely serious development because the... continued

Possible Solar Storms Coming Sept 7-8

September 7, 2000
September 4: A large filament eruption occurred in the northwest quadrant of the solar surface, which could lead to moderate to strong solar storms beginning September 7-8. There have been numerous magnetic storms associated with the current solar maximum, but... continued

Chupacabras: The Plot Thickens

September 7, 2000
Diario La Prensa - Nicaraguan farmer Jorge Luis Talavera, who submitted the skeleton of an unknown animal that had been killing his sheep to the National University of Nicaragua for analysis, claims that the photographs they released (see related story... continued

Possible Chupacabra Skeleton Found in Nicaragua

September 1, 2000
El Nuevo Diario - Scientists in Nicaragua report that they have located a skeleton of an animal that is apparently a strange mix of dog breeds, that was associated with the killing of sheep by exsanguination in the area of... continued

Pole Melt No Big Deal, Scientists Say

August 29, 2000
Climatologist Dr. Mark Serreze at the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colorado, has announced that the recent appearance of open water at the North Pole "is nothing to be necessarily alarmed about." He continued, "we have no... continued

Strong Storms In Northern England

August 21, 2000
Private reports from the North of England indicate that snow accompanied heavy thunderstorms and a possible tornado earlier today, surprising people in York and Hull, who were dressed in summer clothing. The British Meteorological Bureau issued a severe weather alert... continued

The North Pole is Melting

August 20, 2000
On Saturday, August 19, 2000, the New York Times reported that the North Pole is melting. "The thick ice that has for ages covered the Arctic Ocean at the pole has turned to water, recent visitors there reported yesterday." For... continued

Western Fires Out Of Control

August 20, 2000
As persistent heavy rains and flooding dogged the eastern United States, wildfires raged out of control in the west. As of Friday, August 20, there were 85 major fires burning across the region, with over a million acres burning. Eleven... continued

New Leir Implant Tests

August 8, 2000
IMPLANT TESTING IN SAN ANTONIO We interviewed Dr. Roger Leir on Dreamland February 13 with Tim Cullen, whose implant he removed on February 5th. This turned out to be one of four identical cantaloupe seed-shaped implants he has removed from... continued

Forest Fires Around the World: US Calls Out the Marines

August 2, 2000
The summer of 2000 will shape up to be the worst for forest and brush fires worldwide since data began to be recorded. Already in the US, it is the worst since 1988. As hundreds of fires remained out of... continued