High-powered Lasers Could Cut the Half-life of Nuclear Waste From “A Million Years to 30 Minutes”

Nuclear waste: the radioactive material left over from numerous medical, industrial and military applications can persist for millions of years before its atomic structure decays into a more stable element.  Although the long-term storage of toxic byproducts can mostly keep them out of harm’s way for hundreds of thousands of


China’s ‘Sky Eye’ Might Have Intercepted a Radio Signal from Space

Radio astronomers in China have observed what they believe to be an artificial radio signal from another star system, a system that is home to an exoplanet with characteristics extremely similar to that of the Earth. The research team that made the discovery included researchers from Beijing Normal University, the

A Mirror Universe That Balances Our Own May Exist

The particles that make up the Universe around us are out of balance, and physicists are searching for a cause.  Following the Big Bang, there should have been an equal number of particles that mirror one-another.  I.e. there should be just as much antimatter in the universe as there is

NASA to Launch an Independent Investigation Into UFOs

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has announced that they will be launching an independent study of the UAP phenomenon later this year, focusing on “identifying available data, how best to collect future data, and how NASA can use that data to move the scientific understanding of UAPs forward,” according

A Novel Cancer Study Begins, While Another Concludes With “Happy Tears”

A Phase I clinical trial of an experimental anticancer drug has begun, using a specialized virus designed to selectively attack the cells that make up the targeted tumor. A separate cancer study has also produced the unprecedented—yet very welcome—outcome of successfully treating the cancer that was present in all of

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