Popular podcast host Tim Binnall has retired his long-lived Binnall of America show. He returns to The Experience to look back on how his views have grown through interviewing guests in the paranormal fields–and also, to look forward to where research might just be heading.
The National Park Service (NPS) and the University of Colorado have released a joint report on sea level rise, despite alleged attempts by NPS officials to censure the report’s discussions regarding the effects of human activity on climate change. Its release follows a delay caused by a lengthy administrative review that started in early 2017, and the attempted editing also appears to be
Investigative journalist George Knapp has released a 13-page unclassified document detailing a series of UFO encounters that occurred between at least one unidentified craft and the USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group in late 2004. This newly-revealed document adds a rich amount of detail to an encounter that was originally brought to light by the release of gun-camera footage of the encounter by the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science, and subsequent interviews with one of the pilots responsible for intercepting one of the UFOs. The report also includes statements from the pilots and technicians involved in the sightings and intercepts.
On Friday this website published a story about mysterious booms in Pennsylvania that was he only story on the subject in the world that discussed the long history of such events and correctly identified them as being caused by rapid descent from above. At the same time, new data appeared regarding the UFO that was observed on Navy radar and reported in the New York Times last December. This data mentions that the object was seen to descend in a few seconds from thousands of feet in altitude to fifty feet above the ocean. This rapid descent would have created a sonic boom that went directly down, just as we theorized in our story. It was also said that the object was observed to become invisible to the human eye.