A Long-Lost Massive Megalithic Structure Has Been Found Near Stonehenge

July 1, 2020
Researchers in England have discovered a long-lost subterranean megalithic structure near Stonehenge, a massive circle of large vertical shafts arranged in a miles-wide circle that may prove to be Britain’s largest prehistoric monument. Led by the University of Birmingham, the Stonehenge... continued

Coronavirus Cases Numbers Surge Across the Majority of U.S. States—and the First Wave Isn’t Even Over Yet

June 29, 2020
A dramatic surge in the number of COVID-19 cases has inundated the majority of states across the U.S., with Arizona, Florida and Texas poised to become the new epicenters of the pandemic. Over the past few weeks numerous other states... continued

Senators May Have Been Disturbed by UFO Report

June 26, 2020
Senate Intelligence Chairman Marco Rubio has tabled a bill that calls for the Director of National Intelligence to produce an unclassified report on what information the U.S. military has gathered regarding UFOs, or what the bill refers to as "Advanced... continued

China’s Capital Is Fighting to Prevent a Second Wave of Coronavirus Cases

June 23, 2020
Roughly two months after lifting the lockdown imposed on 500 million of its citizens, China is fighting to prevent a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic after a fresh outbreak occurred in the country's capital of Beijing. Although the number... continued

The Pentagon’s Not So Secret UAP Task Force Will be Free to Make Some Findings Public

July 24, 2020
It turns out that reports of the 2012 demise of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) had been greatly exaggerated by the Pentagon, according to an Intelligence Authorization Act introduced into the Senate last month. This "Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon... continued

FDA Nixes Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 Patients, While Oxford Offers a Promising Alternative

June 17, 2020
In the mad scramble to find safe and effective drugs to treat patients suffering from COVID-19, the winners and losers amongst the litany of candidates are starting to emerge, with a previously-strong contender—hydroxychloroquine—falling from favor with the FDA, and another... continued

The Atlantic Hurricane Season Has Had an Early Start for Six Consecutive Years

June 15, 2020
Each year, hurricane season doesn't officially start in the Atlantic until June 1, but two named tropical storms formed and faded in the weeks before the start of the month, making 2020 the sixth year in a row that the... continued

Is COVID-19 Caused by a Genetically-Modified Frankenvirus?

June 13, 2020
  In the ongoing game of coronavirus-based conspiracy theory whack-a-mole, yet another seemingly credible claim that the virus behind the COVID-19 pandemic was manufactured in a lab has surfaced, this time from a study that claimed that the virus showed... continued

Major Medical Journal Retracts Policy-Changing Hydroxychloroquine Study Paper

June 11, 2020
The medical journal The Lancet has retracted a paper that had previously brought global clinical trials on chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19 to a halt, due to the discovery of serious problems regarding the data presented in the paper.... continued

The Mysterious Geomagnetic Anomaly in the South Atlantic Might Split in Two

June 4, 2020
Researchers with the European Space Agency (ESA) are reporting that a peculiar oddity in the Earth's magnetic field known as the South Atlantic Magnetic Anomaly is weakening faster than the rest of the planet's magnetic field, and may well be... continued