Past the Climate Tipping Point: Major Sea Level Rise From Greenland Melt Is ‘Now Inevitable’

September 1, 2022
A new study is warning that it is now “inevitable” that the world will face nearly a foot in sea level rise from the melting of the Greenland ice sheet alone, even if human-based carbon emissions were to halt immediately.... continued

Congress Admits That Some UAP Are Not ‘Man-made’, and Are a National Security Threat That Is ‘Expanding Exponentially’

August 29, 2022
The US Congress has admitted—albeit indirectly—that some UAP are not of human origin, in a directive included in an addendum to the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023. The addendum also states that the presence of these unidentified phenomena... continued

The Most Severe Heat Wave in History is Currently Taking Place in China

August 27, 2022
A two-month-long heat wave affecting large portions of China, declared the most severe in recorded history, is causing widespread drought across the country, drying up both rivers and crops, with hundreds of regions reporting record-breaking temperatures in excess of 40°C... continued

Back to the Drawing Board: Rethinking Cosmic Evolution After James Webb Revelations

August 25, 2022
The data being gathered by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is upending the scientific community's theories of galactic formation and evolution, with the incoming images showing that both the number of galaxies and their relative complexity—amongst other conundrums—were much... continued

A Legendary Photograph from the Calvine UFO Case Appears to Have Been Recovered

August 18, 2022
One of the highest-quality photographs known of a UFO has been recovered, after having disappeared during a government investigation that took place into the sighting more than three decades ago. Described as "by far the best UFO photograph I have... continued

Paradoxically, the Loss of Key Vocal Structures Spurred the Evolution of Human Speech

August 15, 2022
Researchers have identified the evolutionary changes to our larynx that enables humans to produce the complex sounds necessary for the development of speech, while our primate relatives are unable to do so, despite having similar physical vocal structures. Paradoxically, the... continued

Global Warming has Stolen Precious Milliseconds from Our Days

August 11, 2022
If it seems like the days are running by faster than ever before, that's because they are...  June 29 of this year was the shortest day on record, with the Earth having spun 1.59 milliseconds faster than the 86,400 seconds... continued

James Webb Space Telescope Has Possibly Imaged the Oldest Known Star and Most Distant Galaxy

August 8, 2022
With the ability to peer deeper into the universe—and by doing so deeper back in time—than its predecessors, the James Webb Space Telescope has discovered what may prove to be the oldest known star, and also what might be the most distant... continued

UK Scientists Declare Nessie ‘Plausible’ After Freshwater Plesiosaur Fossil Discovery

August 7, 2022
A new discovery regarding the nature of ancient plesiosaurs has prompted several scientists to declare that the existence of the legendary Loch Ness Monster is "plausible", at least in regard to the elusive cryptid's chosen freshwater habitat. The discovery in... continued

This Month’s Heatwave Melted 18 Gigatons of Greenland’s Ice Sheet

August 3, 2022
The recent heat wave that baked both Europe and North America also had a major impact on the world's largest island: temperatures across Greenland spiked during the same time period, causing a major melt event that released 18 billion tons of water... continued