NASA’s DART Is on Its Way To Smash Into an Asteroid

On November 24, NASA launched the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission, a test to determine if an asteroid that might pose an impact risk to Earth could be redirected before it comes close to hitting us. However, the DART probe won’t be gathering data for scientists on Earth to


Lab-Leak Evidence Eliminated Following New Research into the Origin of Covid-19

CovidThe discovery of a mistake in the timeline of the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the focus of the origin of the highly-contagious coronavirus away from the lab-leak hypothesis and back to the probability that the first patient was directly infected by an animal from the Huanan

The Director of National Intelligence Says That UFOs Might Be Extraterrestrial Craft

In a statement that signals a potential reversal of the government’s long-standing dismissal of the UFO phenomenon, the Director of National Intelligence has admitted that the UAPs that are being encountered by military personnel might be of extraterrestrial origin. During the Our Future in Space event, hosted by the Washington

Marine Heat Wave “The Blob” Reduced the Pacific Ocean’s Ability to Absorb CO2

Researchers from Canada and Denmark have found that a prolonged heat wave in the waters of the Pacific Ocean nicknamed the Blob have disrupted the balance in the microscopic marine life that lives in the region, threatening the ocean’s ability to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The researchers also warn that

A Mysterious Barrier at the Center of the Galaxy Is Blocking Cosmic Rays

A research team at the Chinese Academy of Sciences has discovered evidence that there is a mysterious barrier at the center of the galaxy that appears to block the passage of cosmic rays, yet paradoxically can also accelerate those same charged particles back nearly to the speed of light. Cosmic

Latest For Subscribers

Afterlife Revolution