‘Termination Events’ May Mark the End—and the Beginning—of Solar Cycles

A pair of rogue researchers with the University of Maryland are predicting that the upcoming solar cycle is going to be a doozy, a forecast that contradicts the commonly-accepted prediction that solar cycle 25 will be one of the quietest in over a century. After studying sunspot activity from data gathered


A ‘Significant and Timely Topic’: House Committee Members Receive Advance UFO Briefing

A classified UFO briefing was given to members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Subcommittee on Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counterproliferation on unidentified aerial phenomena on June 17, in preparation for the Director of National Intelligence’s anticipated report on UFOs due sometime this month. The briefing was described as

Pandemic Measures May Have Driven Two Flu Strains Extinct

Two major strains of the virus that causes the seasonal flu appear to have disappeared, an unintended positive effect of the measures taken over the last fifteen months to prevent the spread of the coronavirus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic. This is good news not only for those looking to

UFO Experts Weigh In on the Pentagon’s Upcoming UFO Report

The Pentagon’s declassified report on UFOs may be due to be delivered to Congress later this month, but as to what this presentation might contain—and what it may ultimately affect—has been the subject of speculation: how far down the rabbit hole will the Defense Department’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force go while revealing

The History of a Prehistoric Climate Shift in the Impact Crater Beneath Hiawatha Glacier

The findings of a new study on the large impact crater that was found under Greenland’s Hiawatha Glacier in 2018 suggest that the impact that formed the 31-kilometer (19.3-mile) crater occurred quite recently (geologically speaking, that is), at a time when the region was covered in a mile-thick sheet of ice, making

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