A new study has discovered that climate change is altering the way the Earth wobbles as it spins about its axis, causing the planet’s natural short-term polar drift to increase in speed by 1,600 percent over what it was in the 1980s—and even to cause the drift’s motion to change
The Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Defense has announced that it is conducting an evaluation regarding “the extent to which the DoD has taken actions regarding Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP),” singling out numerous different military and intelligence entities that will be the focus of this evaluation.
Researchers recently discovered a fossil of what may be the oldest known multicellular organism, dated to roughly one billion years ago. Although there are a few known multicellular organisms that predated the sudden emergence of complex life 500 million years ago, the discovery of this ancient creature pushes back the
The Central Intelligence Agency and the Defense Department are investigating potential cases of what is known as “Havana syndrome”, the result of what appear to be attacks that are affecting U.S. government personnel around the world, including at least two cases that have occurred on U.S. soil, with one of
On April 28, Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins passed away at the age of 90, following a fight with cancer. And just as the Apollo 11 astronaut and space exploration pioneer departs the Earth, NASA’s Ingenuity solar-powered helicopter makes history as the first aircraft to fly on another world. On April 19,