A Once-In-A-Millennium Event: Tonga Volcanic Eruption Destroys Island

January 18, 2022
In what is being described as a once-in-a-millennium event, Tonga's Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano erupted on January 15, obliterating the island and generating a minor, yet deadly, tsunami. Before the eruption, Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai was a seamount with a peak that rose only 120 meters... continued

A Danish Tardigrade Becomes the First Quantum-Entangled Organism

January 14, 2022
An international team of researchers may have produced the first animal known to have been put into a quantum state while alive, by incorporating a tiny tardigrade into a quantum circuit. In 2017 a quantum research team found that certain photosynthetic... continued

Antarctica’s ‘Doomsday Glacier’ Could Collapse Within the Decade; Boaty McBoatface Investigates

January 13, 2022
New research from an international team of scientists estimates that Antarctica's massive Thwaites Glacier is in danger of collapsing in its entirety by the end of the decade. Such an event would hike sea levels around the world by more... continued

An Unidentified Neurological Illness Is Spreading in Canada’s Atlantic Region

January 10, 2022
A mysterious progressive neurological illness appears to be spreading in two areas along the east coast of the Canadian province of New Brunswick, according to an anonymous source working with the public health authority in the region. Although the condition,... continued

The Truth Behind the 24 Priests “Hired” by NASA

January 8, 2022
"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind." ~ Albert Einstein Recent weeks have seen the viral spread of articles claiming that NASA has hired 24 priests to ponder the question of how the world's religions might react to... continued

Omicron Update: The New Strain Is Less Likely To Cause Severe Illness, but Spreads Like Wildfire

January 5, 2022
  Health authorities around the world are finally getting a clearer picture of the nature of the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 coronavirus, and there's both good news and bad news: the good news is that this form of the virus... continued

Through Analysis of Ancient DNA We Learn that Mammoths & Ancient Horses Survived Millenia Longer than Previously Thought

January 3, 2022
A new analysis of ancient DNA has revealed that some species of ice-age megafauna, including woolly mammoths, wild horses and steppe bison, survived much further into the modern era than previously thought. The recovered genetic material taken from soil samples... continued

Harry M. Reid– Senate Majority Leader, and Truth Seeker, Has Died at 82

December 29, 2021
Senator Harry M. Reid, a Democrat of humble beginnings from rural Nevada, who guided the Affordable Care Act through when he was Senate majority leader, died on Tuesday in Henderson, Nev.  He was 82. He was the most outspoken opponent... continued

The Mystery Behind the Rejuvenating Effects of Young Blood May Have Been Unlocked

December 27, 2021
Since the 2005 discovery that the infusion of blood from young mice will rejuvenate the tissues of older mice, researchers have been searching for the secret ingredient that produces the effect of regenerating muscle and liver and other tissues in the... continued

SNOOPIE Meets the Ghostbusters: FOIA Documents Shed New Light on the Navy’s 2019 UAP Encounters

December 25, 2021
New details have emerged regarding a series of UAP encounters involving US Navy ships off of the coast of California over the month of July, 2019, through FOIA-obtained deck logs from the involved ships. The documents, uncharacteristically redacted, considering they're... continued