It turns out that the Earth has a ‘heartbeat’: a long, slow geological pulse that lasts for 27.5 million years; marked by clusters of major geological events.  Events including: volcanic activity, mass extinctions, major tectonic plate movements and sea level increases. The bad news is that periodic surges in geologicalread more

The US Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) has issued its long-awaited assessment of the unidentified aerial phenomena threat in two versions, one classified and the other for public distribution. While the public report does not contain any specific statement that any or all of the objects thatread more

Mia Feroleto and New Observations are delighted to welcome Peter Panagore to the podcast. They discuss Peter’s childhood experiences of the Divine which culminated in his conversation with God at the age of 20 on a mountain in the Canadian Rockies–it happened after passing over into the realm of death.read more

Atmospheric carbon dioxide levels peaked to an average of over 419 parts per million over the course of May, 50 percent higher than the stable levels that were present before the industrial revolution, and the highest they’ve been in well over 800,000 years. May 2021’s average CO2 levels came in at 419.13read more