‘Not Enough for People and Planet’: COP27 Climate Talks Fail to Improve Emission Reductions

November 23, 2022
The 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, better known as COP27, took place earlier this month in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, a meeting of international representatives with the goal of addressing climate change policy. While the delegates managed to hammer out... continued

Multiple COVID-19 Infections Linked to Increased Risk of Serious Health Complications

November 22, 2022
It turns out that although contracting COVID-19 will increase an individual's immunity against future infections of the pandemic-causing coronavirus, repeat infections appear to increase the chances of developing serious complications associated with the disease, such as long-term heart, lung or... continued

First Since Apollo 17 – NASA Sends Crew-capable Rocket to the Moon

November 18, 2022
50 years after man last set foot on the Moon, NASA has finally launched the first spacecraft in a series of missions that is planned to return humanity to our nearest neighbor. "Liftoff of Artemis 1!" NASA commentator Derrol Nail... continued

The Discovery of Ancient Tunnels in Egypt May Lead to the Lost Tomb of Cleopatra

November 16, 2022
A mysterious tunnel discovered beneath the remains of the Egyptian city of Alexandria may lead to the lost tomb of Cleopatra, according to an archaeologist with the University of Santo Domingo. Cleopatra VII Philopator was the last Queen of the Ptolemaic... continued

Area 51 Website Operator Raided by Federal Agents, Reason Unclear

November 13, 2022
Federal agents executed a "no-knock" warrant on the properties of the operator of a popular Area 51 website, Dreamlandresort.com, on November 3, causing extensive damage to his personal property and seizing his computer and recording equipment. The site's owner, Joerg... continued

The Pentagon’s Annual UAP Report Has Been Released, but Downplays Its Unresolved Cases

November 12, 2022
The classified version of the Pentagon's annual report on unidentified aerial phenomena was delivered to lawmakers earlier this week, with a declassified version expected to be released to the public in the coming days. Prior to the report's delayed release... continued

UN Report Identifies How Climate Change Commitments ‘Nowhere Near’ Sufficient To Meet 1.5°C Target

November 9, 2022
A new report from the United Nations predicts that the combined climate pledges of the 193 countries that have signed the Paris Agreement are insufficient to keep global temperatures from rising above 1.5°C (2.7°F) by the end of the century,... continued

America’s Top Aerospace Organization Joins the Hunt for UAP

November 2, 2022
The United States' largest aerospace organization is launching an investigation into unidentified aerial phenomena, an effort paralleling numerous governmental, academic and civilian investigations into the subject of UFOs. Named the Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena Community of Interest (UAPCI), this new investigative body... continued

Modern Autoimmune Disorders May be Genetically Linked to Bubonic Plague

October 31, 2022
An international team of researchers has identified genetic traits that appear to have enabled individuals to survive the Black Death, a bubonic plague pandemic that swept across northern Africa and Eurasia in the mid-fourteenth century. Although these genetic variations were... continued

Boston University Falsely Accused of Playing With Fire with “Role of Spike” Experiment

October 29, 2022
On October 17 the UK's the Daily Mail published an alarming article outlining a study conducted at Boston University involving a gain-of-function experiment on the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 that resulted in a pathogen so deadly that it boasted an "80% kill... continued