Dark Matter May Not Exist at All, if Gravity Exists Without Mass

July 10, 2024
The elusive phenomenon known as dark matter may not actually exist, according to a University of Alabama astrophysicist, due to the possibility that gravity—an effect caused by the curving of the fabric of spacetime—may exist on its own in the... continued

From Black Holes to Ancient Greece– Unravelling the Mysteries of the World’s First Computer

July 3, 2024
Another layer of mystery surrounding the ancient computer known as the Antikythera Mechanism has been decoded using, of all things, a technique developed for analyzing gravitational waves generated by the collision of black holes as they pass through the Earth.... continued

From Tropical Storm to Category 4 Hurricane in 48 Hours: Beryl Forms as a Rare June Major Hurricane

June 30, 2024
The first named hurricane in the North Atlantic has gotten a major jump start on the 2024 hurricane season, with Hurricane Beryl reaching category-4 strength less than 48 hours after it was classified as a tropical storm; its rapid intensification... continued

We May Be More Vulnerable to High Temps Than Previously Thought, as Heat Waves Kill Thousands Around the World

June 25, 2024
Intense heat waves are causing humanitarian disasters around the world, with India, Mexico, the Middle East and the United States baking under extreme temperatures, with records being broken in all affected regions. In Saudi Arabia, nearly 1,200 Muslim pilgrims participating in the annual Hajj to... continued

A Sacred White Buffalo Recently Born to a Herd in Yellowstone, Lakota Legend of More Prosperous Times

June 21, 2024
A white buffalo calf recently born to a herd of bison that roam Yellowstone National Park is recognized as a sacred occurrence to the Lakota tribe; opening the door to more prosperous times—while simultaneously sounding an alarm call that more... continued

Eight New Sister Sites to Göbekli Tepe Have Been Identified, Making for 20 Sites in the 12,000-Year-Old Megalithic Network

June 18, 2024
Eight new archaeological sites that appear to be connected to the deeply ancient sites of Göbekli Tepe and Karahan Tepe have been identified by archaeologists, potentially expanding the 12,000-year-old megalithic network to no less than 20 known sites. News of the new... continued

Cryptoterrestrials May Be ‘Walking Amongst Us’, According to a New Study

June 14, 2024
A civilization of non-human entities could be living here on Earth in facilities hidden deep underground or on the ocean floor, according to a new paper published by three researchers from Harvard and Montana Technological University. The paper explores a... continued

NOAA Issues a Record-Breaking North Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast

June 11, 2024
A combination of rising water temperatures and ebbing El Niño conditions in the Pacific have prompted the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to forecast a potentially record-breaking hurricane season for the North Atlantic, with the expectation of at least 13... continued

No Exotics Required: Building a Warp Drive with Everyday Ordinary Physics

June 8, 2024
An international team of physicists has found a way for a hypothetical warp drive to operate using ordinary physics, by eliminating the drive's need for the seemingly-impossible exotic energies that would be required to bend the very fabric of space... continued

Whitley’s First Book of Poetry is Published Today

June 7, 2024
Whitley has been writing poetry since he was a kid, but has always kept it private, just reading it to friends. Now he says, "I'm not getting any younger and I want to get my poems out there." The book... continued