A Mysterious Lost Mesoamerican Culture Uncovered in Ecuador May Be the Amazon’s Oldest Civilization

February 6, 2024
The remains of a previously lost civilization have been uncovered in the dense rainforests of Ecuador, consisting of extensive earthworks, irrigation canals, roads and cities that may have been populated by hundreds of thousands of people. What's more, this civilization... continued

The DoD Lacks a ‘Comprehensive, Coordinated Approach’ to UAP, According to a New DoD Report

February 3, 2024
A report issued last fall by the Department of Defense has found that the DoD appears to have not "developed a comprehensive and coordinated strategy for understanding, identifying, and protecting against unidentified phenomena that may present a safety threat to... continued

‘More of the Same’: Closed-Door Congressional Briefing on UAP Frustrates Representatives

January 29, 2024
A closed-door meeting with the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community (ICIG) was held by the House Oversight and Accountability Committee on January 12 regarding the issue of covert UAP reverse-engineering programs. The mood of the participating members was mixed... continued

New Details Regarding Enigmatic ‘Jellyfish UAP’ Released by Jeremy Corbell and George Knapp

January 26, 2024
Two strange videos of an even stranger UAP that infiltrated a Joint Forces base in Iraq in 2017 have been released by filmmaker and investigative journalist Jeremy Corbell; showing an amorphous object nicknamed the "Jellyfish UAP", the authenticity of the... continued

2023 Puts Paris Accord Temperature Target in Jeopardy with New Global Heat Record

January 23, 2024
It's official: 2023 was the hottest year on record, according to the planet's top five meteorological organizations, with the global average temperature coming in at just a hair under 1.5°C (2.7°F) above the pre-industrial average, beating the previous record holders... continued

Gunung Padang, Sacred Megaliths in Indonesia May Be as Old As—if Not Older Than—Göbekli Tepe

January 18, 2024
A team of archeological and geological experts studying Indonesia's ancient megalithic site of Gunung Padang have discovered evidence that artificial structures at least as old as—and possibly even older than—Turkey's Göbekli Tepe, buried deep below the terraces that adorn the... continued

New Legislation Aims to Create UAP Reporting Channels and Legal Safeguards for Civilian Aviators

January 15, 2024
A new bill introduced to Congress seeks to establish UAP reporting channels for civilian pilots and provide legal safeguards against potential retaliations for reporting their unusual encounters, with these new measures to be facilitated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).... continued

Yet Another Key Ingredient for the Formation of Life has been Found on the Icy Moon Enceladus

January 10, 2024
Yet another key ingredient in the recipe for biological life has been found on Saturn's icy moon, Enceladus, a chemical compound that, in addition to being a potential energy source for primitive organisms, could also act as a basis for the... continued

Dwindling to Less Than 1,300 Individuals, Humanity Almost Went Extinct 900,000 Years Ago

January 5, 2024
A new study of the human genome has discovered evidence that humanity nearly went extinct nearly 900,000 years ago, due to the species having dwindled to less than 1,300 reproductively-capable individuals, quite probably from a climate-related disruption. This genetic bottleneck... continued

A Chance Conversation with a Humpback Whale May Lead to Meaningful Contact with Extraterrestrials

January 3, 2024
A team of researchers looking to communicate with terrestrial whales as a method of developing techniques that might be used to contact extraterrestrial intelligences managed to hold a twenty-minute conversation with a humpback whale in the waters off of Alaska—a... continued