Peru Turns to Ancient Indigenous Technology to Avoid a Water Crisis

May 21, 2021
Peru is looking at using ancient indigenous water management techniques to keep water flowing to its residents as climate change causes the local climate to become increasingly arid. The 1,400-year-old nature-based practice makes use of a combination of man-made canals... continued

Displacement of the North Atlantic’s Gulf Stream Linked to Rapid Ocean Warming

May 19, 2021
Researchers have discovered that as global warming causes the North Atlantic’s Gulf Stream to migrate further north, it blocks the flow of water flowing from the Arctic via the Labrador Current, a situation resulting in detrimental changes in the environment... continued

Navy Video of a “Transmedium” UFO Entering the Ocean Has Been Released

May 18, 2021
A video of a UFO that was encountered by the USS Omaha off of the California coast in 2019 has been released by documentary filmmaker Jeremy Corbell. A series of three still images of this video had been released previously as part... continued

Built to Produce Matter From Nothingness: China’s “Station of Extreme Light”

May 14, 2021
Researchers in China plan on creating matter out of absolutely nothing by using an ultra-powerful laser to overcome spacetime itself at the quantum level. While we shouldn't expect the laser to manifest a hot cup of Earl Grey tea out... continued

The Amazon Rainforest Has Flipped From a Carbon Sink to a Carbon Emitter

May 12, 2021
The Amazon rainforest in Brazil is now producing more carbon emissions than it is absorbing from the atmosphere, due to the continued degradation of this massive biome. Although deforestation activities play no small part in this degradation, climate change-fueled droughts... continued

Climate Change Linked to a Shift in How Earth Spins on Its Axis

May 10, 2021
A new study has discovered that climate change is altering the way the Earth wobbles as it spins about its axis, causing the planet's natural short-term polar drift to increase in speed by 1,600 percent over what it was in... continued

DoD Inspector General Evaluates Their Own Defense Policies Towards UFOs

May 8, 2021
The Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Defense has announced that it is conducting an evaluation regarding "the extent to which the DoD has taken actions regarding Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP)," singling out numerous different military and... continued

A Billion-Year-Old Multicellular Fossil Has Been Found

May 6, 2021
Researchers recently discovered a fossil of what may be the oldest known multicellular organism, dated to roughly one billion years ago. Although there are a few known multicellular organisms that predated the sudden emergence of complex life 500 million years... continued

The CIA and Pentagon are Investigating Potential ‘Havana Syndrome’ Attacks

May 3, 2021
The Central Intelligence Agency and the Defense Department are investigating potential cases of what is known as "Havana syndrome", the result of what appear to be attacks that are affecting U.S. government personnel around the world, including at least two... continued

Space Exploration News: The First Aircraft to Fly on Mars, and the Passing of Astronaut Michael Collins

April 30, 2021
On April 28, Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins passed away at the age of 90, following a fight with cancer. And just as the Apollo 11 astronaut and space exploration pioneer departs the Earth, NASA's Ingenuity solar-powered helicopter makes history as the... continued