The Sun and Coronal Mass Ejection Information:
POLAR Satellite Polar Visible Imaging Investigations.
IMAGE Satellite Imager for Magnetopause-to-Aurora Global Exploration.
TRACE Transition Region And Coronal Explorer More solar info, however limited.
CME paper entitled, "Tongues, bottles, and disconnected loops: The opening and closing of the interplanetary magnetic field."
The Geophysical Union has numerous papers on CME's, planet science and earth sciences. Very informative, however technical at times.
The NOAA Sunspot Page is where you can find the latest numbers on sunspots and a thorough history of sunspot numbers.
ULYSSES Solar Satellite Home page.
Asteroids And Other Near Earth Object Information:
NEAR-EARTH OBJECT PROGRAM is a JPL page done by Ron Baalke (one of TMG's critics from JPL). It's a very well done page, with the exception of the misleading NASA frame-of-mind garbage. The most valuable option on the page is a Java script program that used to be Astroarts. Astroarts hasn't been kept up as of recently (which is unlike the Japanese) and the program has been taken over (or bought out) by Baalke.
AMOS is the Air Force/NASA project in Hawaii that searches for Near Earth Objects.
THE VATICAN OBSERVATORY Yes believe it! Here it is! What's the Pope looking at?
Gary Kronk's Comet Page An excellent page with information on Hyakutake, Hale Bopp and the comet of 1811.
The Minor Planet Center has a variety of useful information on comets and asteroids.
LINEAR The Lincoln Near Earth Asteroid Research Center.
NEAT = Near-Earth Asteriod Tracking specializes in studying and cataloging asteroids whose orbits bring them close to the Earth. Thus they could have the potential someday to collide with the Earth.
NEAR = Near-Earth Asteriod Rendezvous THe NEAR satellite landed on the asteroid EROS on Feb.12th, 2001.
ASTRONOMY Magazine online Has maps and good general info concerning comets and other astronomical interests.
The European Space Organization has numerous excellent links and much information on Hale Bopp.
HAARP You have to see this one to believe it!
THE COMET OBSERVATION PAGE at JPL is the home of uniformitarian cometary science. This should probably be your starting place. It's ran by Charles Morris, one of our most outspoken critics at JPL/NASA.
NASA Ames Corporation is the home of the Hubble Space telescope (HST) and dozens and dozens of other pages with more than interesting info.
Periodic Table at Los Alamos Research Center has a search engine to provide you with densities and other aspects of the elements found in our environment. I found it particularly helpful. And a great learning tool for your kids!
The Planetary Society organization is devoted to the exploration of the solar system and the search for extraterrestrial life.
The Smithsonian Astronomical Organization has many informative pages, including the Astronomical bulletin.
SOLAR SYSTEM LIVE is an excellent resource for entering positioning data and getting a quick look at our solar system.
Earthquake and Weather Data:
NCDC Home Page for weather resources and satellite images.
The Natural Disaster Reference Database (NDRD) is located at the Goddard Space Flight Center and provides much info on natural disasters.
Climate Prediction Center Products NOAA ozone & drought monitoring images.
The Saint Louis Earthquake Data Center The "hub" of earthquake research.
The USGS site has up to the minute (actually-daily) earthquake reports from around the world.
Space Science and Engineering Center home for many GOES satellite products.
Global Hydrology and Climate Center interactive and raw data from GOES.
USGS LIVE INTERNET SEISMIC SERVER World wide data on the latest seismic activity.
State Of The Earth Data:
The Ark Institute A valuable source of information concerning the state agriculture production and on-hand supplies in the U.S..
EarthWeek Is probably one of the most important site on the web evaluating natural disasters and unusual happenings. You'll need Acrobat to view the weekly reports.
No Doomsday Is a document that I believe provides the best source on the net for survival in a number of different kinds of disasters. As the title says, "NO Doomsday" is necessary if you're prepared! Philip Hoag's page is not currently coming up, but his great book is still available at Amazon.com.
The Survival Bible Provides many tactics that could come in handy, in the event...
Frugal Squirrel's Homepage for Survivalists Not just for the politically incorrect!
THE VELIKOVSKY ARCHIVE Not much can be said about this excellent site. Go there! Read it all! Read it ALL!!!
Ted Holden Although I may not agree with many of Mr. Holden's views on catastrophism, he presents an excellent page on Velikovsky, Clube and others. Anyone interested in the possibilities that we may face in the future, should read everything he has here.
Kronia This site, known as Mythscape/Kronia has more information on catastrophe theory. Most in the mainstream of science have shunned these important researchers. This is an excellent site to begin your review of the current literature.
The Society for Interdisciplinary Studies The oldest and most up to date society for catastrophist information and research.
Science Frontiers is a bimonthly newsletter providing digests of reports that describe scientific anomalies.
Catastrophism! Man, Myth and Mayhem in Ancient History and the Sciences.
Sites Of Interest:
Holoscience Home of The Electric Universe by Wal Thornhill. This is real science and the way things really are. Please take a good look at Wal's page. I promise that you will learn something incredible!
ORBIT Home to Kent Steadman and a must see archive of vital material!
ORBWAR Orbwar is an exciting new website that has some incredible images of Chemtrails, HAARP effects and the skies above. Take a look!
FLYBY NEWS "News Fit to Transmit in the Post Cassini Flyby Era" News for the TMG reader!