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Sinkholes May Take Texas Down

Two giant sinkholes are now approaching a dangerous size, and threatening the lives of their respective local residents. The west Texas towns of Kermit and Wink, are watching these massive sinkholes get even bigger, after major oil production stopped, leaving underground cavities that are causing the surface to collapse.   Wink Sink No. 1 and Wink Sink No. 2, as they are referred to as, have not only residents but scientists extremely concerned, leading geologists at Southern Methodist University to commission a satellite, to take overhead pictures using interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) to detect changes that aren’t visible at ground level. West...

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MUFON Co-Founder, Walt Andrus Jr, Dies

Article submitted by Alanna Fox Starks Former MUFON Executive Director, Walt Andrus Jr., Dies MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network released this breaking news. On September 16, 2015, Former International Executive Director of MUFON, Walter H.  Andrus, Jr. has passed away. On September 21, 2015, mid-morning funeral services were held for him in Seguin, Texas at the Goetz Funeral Chapel. Walt Andrus was 94 years old.  It’s assumed he died of natural causes. Andrus had been retired from his 30-year service in MUFON for the past 15 years.  He was referred to simply as “Walt” by those who knew him well. Andrus...

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‘Killer Bees’ Head North

‘Killer Bees’ Head North Scientists from the University of California San Diego recently collected hundreds of bees throughout the western state in order to determine how far north Africanized bees have begun to spread. Known to science as hybrids as they possess genes from both European and African honeybees, the insects commonly referred to as “killer bees” have been found as far north as California’s delta region (about 25 miles south of Sacramento). Researchers in southern California have discovered that about 65% of the honeybees buzzing around San Diego County have a mix of European and African genes. While Africanized bees have taken up residence...