8.3 Earthquake off Coast of Chile: No Tsunami

September 17, 2015
A powerful earthquake struck off the coast of Chile at 3:54 PM Pacific Daylight Time. The quake was at a depth of 15.5 miles and was 145 Miles NNW of Santiago. The quake struck in the Nazca Plate Region, which is... continued

New Study Suggests the ‘Big Bang’ Never Happened: the Universe may be Infinite

September 17, 2015
A new theory that has been proposed may deflate the commonly-accepted origin of the universe, namely the Big Bang theory, in that it never happened at all. This new theory also implies that the universe is infinite in age, and... continued

“Devastating” Winter Predicted for UK

September 16, 2015
Meteorological officials in the United Kingdom are warning that the upcoming winter season could arrive early, and see both record snowfall and low temperatures. The conditions are expected to either reach or surpass conditions in the winter of 1962-63, when... continued

Fifteen Skeletons of New Human Ancestor Found in Apparent Burial Site

September 12, 2015
In one of the most fantastic finds in the history of paleontology, scientists have discovered 15 skeletons of a previously unknown human ancestor in South Africa. The skeletons are believed to be 2.5 million years old, and are believed to... continued

“Superstorm” Scenario Comes Closer as Ocean Currents Weaken

September 10, 2015
Two new climatological studies are warning about the potential for a scenario similar to what was depicted in Whitley Strieber and Art Bell's book 'The Coming Global Superstorm'. Both studies investigate the potential impact of freshwater from melting ice from... continued

Most Mysterious Thing So Far Found on Mars

September 10, 2015
The Mars Curiosity rover has taken a picture of a rock formation that looks for all the world like a spoon that is floating above the ground. NASA has identified the spoon-like object as a ventifact, which is a rock... continued

Loss of Antarctic Ice is Changing Earth’s Gravity

September 8, 2015
While most of us are well aware of the extent of the loss of glacial ice in both Greenland and the Antarctic, new findings from a composite of satellite surveys have discovered that the volume of ice loss has been... continued

Whale and Dolphin Protection Spreads Around World

September 8, 2015
In a growing movement around the world, an increasing number of governments are banning dolphinariums, and the capture and display of cetaceans for entertainment purposes in their countries, with many citing the inherit intelligence and sensitivity of these creatures as... continued

Ceres Mystery Gets MORE Mysterious

September 5, 2015
Linda Moulton Howe reports that the Principal Investigator for the Dawn space probe mission sent to the asteroid Ceres, Christopher Russell, Professor of Geophysics and Space Physics at UCLA cannot discuss the new high resolution images from Ceres because they... continued

Superhuman Eyesight is on the Way

September 3, 2015
A Canadian Optometrist has developed a bionic lens as a replacement for a patient's own natural lenses that he claims would help the recipient see three times better than 20/20 vision. Dr. Garth Webb, an optometrist and CEO of Ocumetics... continued