Issue #1 - Summer 2003
In 2002 the largest number of separate events were recorded for a single year in the history of collecting UFO data for Canada. "We have some extraordinary cases in Canada last year reported literally from one end of the country to the other." Read more
UFOs are Saddam's secret
Are Aliens Among Us? Are Crop Circles Messages From Beyond? Janet Boyer interviews Linda Pendleton who has written in a variety of genres about the phenomenom of Crop Circles..Read more
Explanation of sliming still remains hazy... "quite frankly, the alien theory is the only one that makes any sense. If anyone has a more earthbound explanation, I'd be happy to know about it," states writer Beth Quinn. Read More
Believers keep eye on Pine Bush sky...
Cow's breath heating up atmosphere...
Global warming faster than first thought?
An international team of scientists have found continental shelves in wet
tropics areas are releasing carbon as a greenhouse gas.
Global warming makes planet greener....A
jointly funded study by NASA and the US Department of Energy has found
that climate change during the past two decades has had a beneficial effect
on plant life by providing extra doses of water, heat and sunlight, and
that the Earth is a far greener place as a result.
Debris spotted near space station. Astronaut
Ed Lu, one of the station's two current tenants, noticed the small object
drift past the window of the station's U.S. Destiny science laboratory
module early Thursday.
Infrared Vision Sees into Mars's Past...
Almost as Flat as a Pancake...Vanessa
Thomas considers the southern star "Achernar" - the flattest star ever
To Mars in six weeks using anti-matter...A
University of Pennsylvania team's proposed craft will use antimatter as
a power source for conventional on-board rockets. Antimatter is the most
expensive-to-obtain substance on earth costing an estimated $62.5 trillion
Fireball in the sky captures attention...
Second mass extinction linked to impact...380
million year old ago debris from a cataclysmic explosion have been discovered.
The sediment has unusual magnetic properties, and contains grains of quartz
that seem to have experienced extreme stresses.
New Robotic Telescopes See and Think...If
an asteroid is discovered tonight and found to be on a collision course
with Earth, you may have a robot to thank for the warning. If a star blinks
for a nanosecond, you won't notice it, but a robot might.
An Asteroid Impact in 2880?
Giant Waves and Coastal Devastation...
When Meteors Fell Like Rain...