Powerful Storms Sweep Northern Europe

October 30, 2000
Another "storm of the decade" similar in intensity to storms that struck Europe last December has swept across northern Europe, killing at least thee people and doing billions of dollars worth of damage. The worst weather hit Great Britain, with... continued

Midwest Meteor Reportedly Trailed by Fighters

October 28, 2000
The strange object that moved across midwestern skies in the early evening of Friday, October 13, has become even stranger. Oklahoma UFO investigator Jim Hickman reports that he "was monitoring local law enforcement radio channels, and at 7:31 PM local... continued

Cellphone Radiation Found to Change Brain Function

October 26, 2000
The case against the cellphone continues to grow more and more serious. Swiss researchers in a sleep laboratory at the University of Zurich have found that exposure to digital mobile phone radiation while awake causes changes in brain function even... continued

Asia Weather Changes May Be Due to Climate Shift

October 26, 2000
Extreme weather in Asia over the past six months may be a sign of a more extreme climate change, according to U.N. weather expert Michael Coughlan. Since June, hundreds of people have been killed and millions left homeless by floods... continued

Scientists Confirm Human Role in Climate Change

October 26, 2000
It's likely that greenhouse gasses have "contributed substantially to the observed warming over the last fifty years," says an international panel of climate scientists. They warn that temperatures could rise much more quickly than previously anticipated. Given the rapid warming... continued

Meteor Explanation Goes Down In Flames

October 20, 2000
On October 18, NASA issued an explanation of the strange lights that moved across the midwest around sunset on October 13. This explanation, based on calculations by satellite tracker Alan Pickup, was that the phenomenon was caused by the re-entry... continued

Midwest Meteors Explained

October 18, 2000
Early last Friday evening a spectacular array of lights crossed the midwestern sky over a five minute period. Their slow movement appeared to rule out meteors, and news media throughout the region were flooded with UFO reports. Earlier on Friday... continued

British Report Suggests Possible Asteroid Impact

October 17, 2000
Asteroid 1998 OX4 has been identified in a report by a British Near-Earth Object task force as possibly impacting the earth as early as 2014. This object, with a 200-meter diameter, would cause massive damage, depending on where it struck... continued

Scientists Warn of Runaway Ozone Depletion

October 17, 2000
One of the three British scientists who originally discovered the ozone hole over the Antarctic has announced that similar damage will soon take place in the Arctic. The reason for this is not that ozone-depleting gasses are still increasing in... continued

Midwest Meteors Light Up The Sky

October 14, 2000
Meteors proceeded across the midwestern sky on the night of October 13 from southwest to northwest. These meteors moved relatively slowly, and were reminiscent of a similar phenomenon observed and videotaped in Mexico a number of times in the 1990s.... continued