Weekend-Long Auroral Displays Seen ’round the Globe During Strongest Solar Storm in Twenty Years

May 13, 2024
The most powerful solar storm in twenty years has just occurred, generated from a large cluster of sunspots that produced five X-class solar flares and three coronal mass ejections that resulted in a weekend-long geomagnetic storm strong enough to cast... continued

The World’s Largest Greenhouse Gas Capture Facility Just Went Online in Iceland

May 11, 2024
The world's largest carbon dioxide capture facility has begun operations in Hellisheiði, Iceland, a pivotal milestone in the development of what is known as direct air capture (DAC), technologies that are aimed at scrubbing the atmosphere of excess carbon dioxide.... continued

The Evidence for Planet Nine has been Strengthened by a New, More Detailed Simulation

May 6, 2024
A new, more expansive model of the solar system has yielded further evidence of the existence of the elusive Planet Nine, with the new, more detailed simulation strengthening the case for the presence of a large celestial body lurking the... continued

This Scale Goes up to Six: The Case for Revising Hurricane Categories

May 2, 2024
A proposal to amend the current five-level scale used to measure the severity of hurricanes to include a sixth category for the most powerful of tropical cyclones has been put forward, as a method of improving the classification—and thus the... continued

A Rift Between the DoD and Intelligence Community Is Forming Over the Proposed Kona Blue UAP Recovery Program

April 29, 2024
A "split" between the U.S. intelligence community and the Department of Defense appears to be growing after the proposal for a UAP crash/retrieval program called Kona Blue, made to the Department of Homeland Security in 2011 was unveiled in AARO’s... continued

Ninety-Five Percent of the Universe’s Mass Might Have Been Travelling Faster than the Speed of Light All Along

April 23, 2024
Two astrophysicists are proposing that the identity of the invisible source of the majority of the gravitational glue that holds galaxies together—otherwise known as dark matter—may be a hypothetical particle that travels faster than the speed of light that was... continued

Disappointing SCIF With AARO Director Was a ‘Nothingburger’, According to UAP Caucus

April 21, 2024
Members of the House UAP Caucus expressed their disappointment following a secured meeting with the Acting Director of AARO, w ith Florida Representative Anna Paulina Luna remarking that the briefing was a "nothingburger." The April 17 meeting, held in a... continued

Whistleblower David Grusch Divulged New UAP Details at Secret Manhattan Meeting

April 16, 2024
Former intelligence official David Grusch recently discussed new details regarding a modestly-sized—yet high-powered—recovered UAP that could alter time and space to appear "the size of a football field" when viewed from inside, during a private UAP event held in New York... continued

A ‘Virtual Arrangement’ May Help Eliminate Errors in Notoriously Unstable Quantum Computers

April 12, 2024
A team of computer researchers with Microsoft and quantum computer developer Quantinuum have managed to configure one of the company's computers in a way that eliminates the vast majority of errors in the data processed by the as of yet... continued

A Key Stem-Cell Breakthrough Could Allow Mammoths to be Cloned

April 10, 2024
A biotech company that is working toward the Jurassic Park-style cloning of woolly mammoths has announced that they have made a crucial breakthrough in producing elephant stem cells, a key step in recreating the furry pachyderms, a species that has been... continued