Prior Analysis of Bismuth Magnesium Material Held by TTSA Revealed an Anomaly

In a new Insight article, Whitley Strieber contributes scanning electron microscope photographs of  layered bismuth-magnesium material obtained from an unknown source by Art Bell in the 1990s and given to Linda Moulton Howe and Whitley Strieber. In 2018, TTSA obtained some of the material for analysis. Whitley reports that it


Supertyphoon Hagbis to Strike Tokyo with 150MPH Winds

While Super Typhoon Hagibis, currently on track to strike the city of Tokyo, isn’t the strongest tropical cyclone on record, is certainly massive, and at 1,400 kilometers (870 miles) wide, the storm is larger than Japan itself—literally, it is expected to engulf the entirety of the island nation as it

Potentially Historic Fall Snowstorm and Record Cold to Strike North-Central US

Temperatures could plummet as much as 50 degrees Fahrenheit (27.8°C) across portions of the north-central United States on Wednesday night, ahead of what may be a record-breaking fall snowstorm. Below freezing temperatures are expected to sweep in from the north, followed by a low-pressure system coming from over the Rockies

Researchers Uncover More Evidence that Earth Suffered a Major Impact 12,800 Years Ago

Further evidence has been uncovered pointing toward a large asteroid or comet that impacted the Earth 12,800 years ago, toward the end of the last ice age, an event that may have triggered the extinction of numerous species of large mammals, and disrupting human populations around the globe. This new

A Rash of Cattle Mutilations in Oregon Leaves Ranchers and Authorities Perplexed

Five prize bulls from an Oregon ranch were found dead in late July, with each carcass showing classic signs of the mysterious phenomenon known as cattle mutilation. Authorities are investigating the case under the assumption that the animals were killed by humans for unknown reasons, although they currently have no

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