New Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis Evidence has been Discovered in South Carolina

October 30, 2019
Hot on the heels of a recent development in South Africa in the search for clues supporting the Younger Dryas impact hypothesis, more evidence that a major asteroid impact occurred nearly 13 millennia ago has been unearthed in South Carolina.... continued

MIT Researchers Develop New CO2 Capture Technology

October 28, 2019
Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a new, energy efficient electrochemical-based device that can capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, the chief ingredient in anthropogenic-caused global warming. This new device operates much like a battery, in that... continued

This Season’s Southern Ozone Hole is the Smallest its Ever Been

October 25, 2019
In a bit of good environmental news, NASA reports that the ozone hole over the South Pole has shrunk to its smallest extent since the anomaly was first discovered in 1982. Although international efforts in reducing the production of ozone-depleting... continued

U.S. Army Signs Contract with TTSA to Develop New Weapons Systems from UFO Material

October 23, 2019
The U.S. Army has signed a five-year contract with the To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences to exploit exotic materials allegedly recovered from UFOs, in a bid to develop improved weapons systems. This "Cooperative Research and Development Agreement"... continued

Despite Its Alien Origins, 2I/Borisov Presents a Familiar Face

October 21, 2019
Astronomers have released their first analysis of our second known interstellar visitor, comet 2I/Borisov, and these findings show that despite the comet's extra-solar origins, the materials that this alien visitor is made of are downright familiar. First spotted on August... continued

Green is Good for the Environment, and the Economy Too

October 18, 2019
A recent review of the US energy sector has discovered that despite the past decade’s oil and gas boom, the green economy employed 10 times as many people as the fossil fuel industry, and was worth $1.3 trillion, or about... continued

Powerful Methane Fountains Discovered “Boiling” in Arctic Waters

October 16, 2019
One of the more prevalent dangers posed by the accelerated warming of the Arctic is the release of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, from thawing permafrost. A team of Russian scientists from the Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) have reported discovering... continued

An Underwater UFO Stole a Torpedo Out from Under a US Navy Recovery Team

October 14, 2019
A new account of an encounter between US Navy aviators and UFOs--or in this case an unidentified submerged object (USO)--has emerged, courtesy of Commander David Fravor, an F/A-18F Super Hornet pilot that encountered the now-famous "Tic-Tac" UFO that repeatedly buzzed... continued

Prior Analysis of Bismuth Magnesium Material Held by TTSA Revealed an Anomaly

October 11, 2019
In a new Insight article, Whitley Strieber contributes scanning electron microscope photographs of  layered bismuth-magnesium material obtained from an unknown source by Art Bell in the 1990s and given to Linda Moulton Howe and Whitley Strieber. In 2018, TTSA obtained... continued

Supertyphoon Hagbis to Strike Tokyo with 150MPH Winds

October 11, 2019
While Super Typhoon Hagibis, currently on track to strike the city of Tokyo, isn't the strongest tropical cyclone on record, is certainly massive, and at 1,400 kilometers (870 miles) wide, the storm is larger than Japan itself—literally, it is expected... continued