Big Oil Knew About Global Warming — Nearly a Half-Century Ago

May 25, 2016
Last fall, an expose on extensive research into what Exxon knew regarding the petroleum industry's impact on climate change was published, including evidence that they conducted extensive research into the issue in the 1970s and 1980s. Their findings resulted in... continued

High School Student Uses the Stars to find Lost Mayan City

May 24, 2016
A new archaeological discovery has been made, and as with the previous discovery of undiscovered chambers in the Bent Pyramid in Egypt, the key to making the find was found in the cosmos: this time, the connection was made by... continued

List of Biosignature Elements to Help in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life

May 22, 2016
Due to the limitations presented by our culture's fledgling space travel technology, simply going to a planet orbiting another star isn't a practical way of determining whether or not there's any life there. Instead, researchers are using indirect methods of... continued

April 2016 Temperatures Marks 12th Straight Record-Breaking Month

May 21, 2016
Breaking yet another record, the global average temperature for April of 2016 marked the 12th consecutive month with temperatures above the 20th century average, with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reporting levels a full 1.10ºC above normal. This makes... continued

Modern Archaeology Pushes Back Human Timeline for Habitation in the Americas

May 19, 2016
The mainstream scientific theory that North and South America's indigenous cultures came across the Bering land bridge from Asia at the end of the last ice age appears to be in jeopardy, with the growing acceptance of archaeological finds across... continued

Extreme Heat Waves may Occur Annually in Africa by 2040

May 18, 2016
A new study has highlighted a disaster that is brewing for countries in Africa due to the issue of global warming: the study's climate models show that extreme heat waves may become an annual occurrence detrimentally impacting both life expectancy,... continued

Space Debris Gouges International Space Station’s Observation Window

May 17, 2016
As the old saying goes, life can move pretty fast, but this is especially true in space, where the difference in orbital velocities between two different objects can literally be faster than a speeding bullet. Last month, British astronaut Tim... continued

Aircraft Debris found in South Africa & Mozambique “Almost Certainly” from Missing Flight MH370

May 14, 2016
Two new pieces of debris that are suspected to have been part of Malaysia Airlines' missing Flight MH370 Boeing 777 aircraft have been recovered on beaches in South Africa and Mozambique. This follows the recovery of two other pieces of... continued

Five Islands in the South Pacific have Disappeared due to Sea Level Rise

May 13, 2016
A new study has found that five previously-charted small islands in the Solomon Island chain have slipped beneath the ocean, due to the effects of climate change-related sea level rise, and from the erosion caused by the encroaching ocean. These... continued

Whitley Strieber to Appear on Coast to Coast AM Tonight

May 12, 2016
Whitley Strieber will be appearing on Coast to Coast AM tonight, discussing the inspiration for his hit new television show, 'Hunters'. The basis of the show's concept is the idea of aliens living amongst us, and Whitley will divulge what... continued