Science is exploring whether or not our universe could be located within the interior of a wormhole which itself is part of a black hole that lies within a much larger universe. If so, it could explain why we seem to be so alone and it’s only one of the many strange theories that are out there.

Physicist Nikodem Poplawski says, “This condition would be satisfied if our universe were the interior of a black hole existing in a bigger universe.” Anne Strieber has postulated that perhaps the Visitors come from a parallel universe, in which case they would probably travel here via a wormhole. It’s something to think about, anyway.
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In her new diary, Anne Strieber explains why she isn’t happy with the current crop of “paranormal” films. She writes: “While ‘Avatar,’ like the earlier film ‘The Matrix,’ will inspire a new generation of paranormal-style films, there are many thousands of astonishingly TRUE untold stories out there, which is why I think that future films about the paranormal should be located squarely in daily life, especially since the daily lives I learn about are so PARANORMAL!” She thinks the solution is to “start with science.” If you love Anne’s diaries, please subscribe today, and come talk to Anne in person in June!

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Serena Wright Taylor explains those mysterious Vimana craft described in ancient texts from India. What were they? Where did they come from? And are they still here?

Join William Henry for a fascinating exploration of this very mysterious information, and what it means for us right now.

How could people in the ancient world imagine such things as spacecraft that they had never seen, at a time when even the existence of outer space was supposedly unknown?

Serena Wright Taylor offers some valuable ideas based on personal experience, that will take us in a surprising direction, including her surprising connection to Beatle George Harrison.

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A big step for science: One small country has solved the problem of antibiotic-resistant superbugs, which are a major problem in hospitals. How? By NOT prescribing any antibiotics!

Most superbugs originate in hospitals, where many people are taking antibiotics, and often exiting patients take these bacteria with them when they go home, where they spread into the general population. And sometimes patients bring superbugs WITH THEM when they become hospital patients, for instance, community-acquired infections with drug-resistant strains of Staph bacteria now turn up regularly among children hospitalized in intensive-care units. 25 years ago, Norway had a major superbug problem, like the US and most of the Europe. Their major solution was to stop prescribing so many more