A Mirror Universe That Balances Our Own May Exist

June 15, 2022
The particles that make up the Universe around us are out of balance, and physicists are searching for a cause.  Following the Big Bang, there should have been an equal number of particles that mirror one-another.  I.e. there should be... continued

NASA to Launch an Independent Investigation Into UFOs

June 14, 2022
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has announced that they will be launching an independent study of the UAP phenomenon later this year, focusing on "identifying available data, how best to collect future data, and how NASA can use that... continued

A Novel Cancer Study Begins, While Another Concludes With “Happy Tears”

June 10, 2022
A Phase I clinical trial of an experimental anticancer drug has begun, using a specialized virus designed to selectively attack the cells that make up the targeted tumor. A separate cancer study has also produced the unprecedented—yet very welcome—outcome of... continued

Global CO2 Levels Continue to Rise, Now More Than 50% over Pre-Industrial Levels

June 7, 2022
The annual peak in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels hit a new record high this May, averaging 421 parts per million (ppm), an increase of nearly 1.9 ppm over this time last year, and more than 50 percent higher than the... continued

A New Spin on a Classic Experiment Confirms Quantum Superposition

June 4, 2022
For decades, scientists researching quantum mechanics have studied the effect of quantum superposition, a state where a single particle can be in two places at the same time. Unfortunately, there has always been a problem when trying to measure the... continued

James Webb Space Telescope Is Getting Ready To Study Two Alien ‘Super-Earths’

June 1, 2022
The James Webb Space Telescope is just weeks away from commencing its gathering of scientific data in earnest—already, the high-flying observatory has discovered a handful of distant galaxies while it was merely being calibrated—a mission that will allow astronomers to peer... continued

The Worldwide COVID-19 Death Toll is Nearly Three Times Higher than the Official Count, According to the WHO

May 30, 2022
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the true worldwide death toll from the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic was 14.9 million, nearly three times the official count, based on the number of excess deaths reported up to... continued

Gimbal UFO Object Exhibits ‘Breakthrough Technologies’, According to Independent Analysis

May 28, 2022
The object seen in the 'Gimbal' video that was released as part of a trio of UAP recordings in 2017 exhibited breakthrough technologies, according to three independent analyses conducted by civilian investigators. All three investigations found that the object came... continued

Expedition to Historic Maya Site Found Using Teen’s Star Map Meets With Partial Success

May 23, 2022
A teenager that pinpointed the possible location of a lost Maya city using maps of the stars has recently returned from an expedition deep into the Mexican jungle to confirm whether or not the Maya had built anything of significance in... continued

Congress Holds First Hearing on UAP Since Closing Blue Book

May 21, 2022
On May 17, two high-level Pentagon officials testified before a Congressional hearing about what efforts are being made in regards to investigating UAP encounters that are experienced by military and intelligence personnel. Although the hearing was light on any details... continued