The History of a Prehistoric Climate Shift in the Impact Crater Beneath Hiawatha Glacier

June 9, 2021
The findings of a new study on the large impact crater that was found under Greenland's Hiawatha Glacier in 2018 suggest that the impact that formed the 31-kilometer (19.3-mile) crater occurred quite recently (geologically speaking, that is), at a time when the... continued

Chinese Military Tracks Rising UFO Sightings With the Help of AI

June 8, 2021
Like its counterparts in the west, the Chinese military has its own task force dedicated to tracking UFO encounters, the reports of which are numerous enough for the group's analysts to use AI to sort through the data to determine... continued

The UK’s Ministry of Defense May Reopen Its UFO Reporting Desk

June 4, 2021
An anonymous source says that the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defense could reopen its UFO Reporting Desk, depending on the outcome of the Pentagon’s upcoming report regarding UAPs, due at the end of the month. More commonly known as the... continued

Killer Drones Have Been Used To Hunt Human Targets for the First Time

June 3, 2021
Autonomous drones may have been used to hunt down and attack human targets in combat for the first time, according to a United Nations Security Council report. Armed with AI and an explosive warhead, the killer drones were deployed during a... continued

Released: Radar Footage from the USS Omaha’s UAP Encounters

May 31, 2021
Radar footage from the USS Omaha's July 15, 2019 UFO encounter has been released, verifying a video that was released in mid-May of a spherical object that entered the water near the ship. The Omaha's 2019 encounter was part of a four-night series of events... continued

Memorial Day 2021

May 31, 2021
On this day we pause to remember all of those who have given their lives for freedom. From Whitley: "Every year, I take time to walk in a military graveyard, past all those stones, reflecting that each one of them... continued

White House Orders Intel Agencies to ‘Redouble’ Coronavirus Origin Investigation Efforts

May 29, 2021
President Joe Biden has ordered U.S. intelligence agencies to “redouble” their efforts regarding their investigations into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the possibility that the coronavirus may have originated at China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology. Joining international pressure... continued

In Antarctica, the ‘Doomsday Glacier’ Is Melting Faster Than Assumed, and the World’s Largest Iceberg Is Now Adrift

May 27, 2021
An enormous iceberg larger than Rhode Island has broken off of Antarctica's Ronne Ice Shelf, and is now adrift in the Weddell Sea. First spotted by an ESA's satellite, the state-sized chunk of ice measures in at 170 kilometers (105... continued

Hurricane SeasonTrending Towards Above Average for the Sixth Year in a Row

May 24, 2021
For the sixth year in a row, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is predicting that the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season will be another above-average year, although they don't anticipate that this year will be a repeat of 2020's "hyperactive" season, with a record-breaking... continued

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