In April, 1997, millionaire Robert Bigelow donated $3.7 million dollars to the University of Nevada to found the Bigelow Chair of Consciousness Studies, which allows students to take undergraduate courses dealing with parapsychology for college credit. These courses are related, though not formally linked, to Dean Radin’s research at the University’s Consciousness Research Laboratory, which Bigelow once funded.
Tart is currently teaching at the University of Las Vegas as part of Robert Bigelow’s Bigelow Chair of Consciousness Studies. (Patton, Natalie; “UNLV recruits authority in ESP”, Las Vegas Review-Journal, 7/10/97)
Eighty-eight members of Congress sign a letter demanding an investigation into bioweapons use & Gulf War Syndrome.
In June, a jury convicted Timothy McVeigh of the 1995 bombing of the Oklahoma City Federal Building.
Anthony Blair (Labour, Sedgefield) becomes the British Prime Minister.
Rancher William Wallace was plowing his fields near Kettle Falls Washington when a U.S. Navy Intruder swooped down and sprayed him with a fine mist. He became so deathly sick he could not lift his arm above his head for days. He lost his job because of his illness. His cat’s face became paralyzed and actually began to dissolve until it died. Wallace went to the CBS affiliate in Spokane with his story. Two days later, a turbo prop aircraft dived over his house spraying something that made him and his family ill again. Wallace told chemtrail investigator Will Thomas he felt this was a warning to “shut up.” The CBS affiliate in Spokane finally did a two-part news interview with Wallace in the spring of 1999.
In Southern Idaho near the town of Caldwell, seven healthy people died in their sleep when their lungs collapsed. All were in perfect health. An article in the Arizona Republic noted that people had suspicions that officials might be covering something up. Two years later an eye-witness report was filed about a dark fibrous material falling on Caldwell homes, cars and lawns shortly before the mysterious deaths occurred. Residents said the material looked like feces.
Medical journalist Ermina Cassani has investigated nation-wide reports of such biological waste being dropped on neighborhoods from low-flying planes. Cassani investigated over 30 different yuk drops during the years 1998 and 1999. In 1998, she obtained a sample that looked like dried blood from a Michigan house. Examining this material, a University of Michigan lab found pseudonomas fluorescens, the same bug used on Oakville. It can cause horrible human infections including fatal shock, and because of its glowing properties, it allows the military to track its path.