A New World Update: The Audible Audiobook is Now Available

November 26, 2019
The audiobook of A New World, read by Whitley Strieber, is now available on Amazon.com and Audible.com. On Monday, December 2, a drawing will be held among all subscribers having a six-month or longer subscription. At that time 10 free... continued

America’s Nuclear “Tomb” is being Threatened by Global Warming

November 25, 2019
An abandoned repository of over 3.1 million cubic feet  (87,782 cubic meters) of radioactive debris left over from nuclear testing in the South Pacific is in danger of being cracked open by rising ocean levels, threatening to spill large amounts... continued

The Nazca Lines Have 143 New Members in Their Geoglyphic Family

November 22, 2019
While it has been said that Peru's famous Nazca Lines are meant to be seen only from someone traveling through the air, researchers searching for more of the massive earthworks in the region took that saying a step further, and... continued

Arctic Sea Ice Extent Hit A Record Low for the Month of October

November 20, 2019
The average sea ice extent for the month of October was the lowest on record for that month, averaging only 5.66 million square kilometers (2.19 million square miles), beating the previous record-holder, October 2012, by nearly a quarter-million square kilometers.... continued

Whitley’s New Book “A New World” Available Now

November 18, 2019
A New World, published on Friday in paperback and Kindle formats, is getting great reviews on Amazon.com and is listed as the #1 Bestseller in the UFO Category. The book describes the wealth of new close encounter experiences Whitley has... continued

Yet Another Biosignature Gas Appears to Change With the Seasons on Mars

November 18, 2019
NASA's Curiosity rover has found that the oxygen levels in the air in the Mars's Gale Crater change along with the seasons on the Red Planet, rising in the spring and summer and falling during the winter. This follows Curiosity's... continued

Our Singular Genetic Code Might Not Be Alone in the Universe

November 15, 2019
  All lifeforms across the entirety of the planet Earth have one thing in common, in that there is only one genetic code shared amongst all of the biological kingdoms, a singular chemical language handed down through the planet's history,... continued

City of Venice Declares State of Emergency Due to Historic Flooding

November 14, 2019
The city of Venice declared a state of emergency on November 13 due to the second worst flood experienced in the city's history. Second only to 1966's 1.94-meter (6.4-foot) flood, Wednesday's inundation saw a high tide of 1.87 meters (6.1... continued

Deadly Bushfires Threaten Australia’s City of Sydney

November 12, 2019
Australia's states of New South Wales and Queensland have each declared a state of emergency over a combined 120 bushfires that are burning across the two regions. Three people have been killed in the fires and thousands have been displaced... continued

New Substance Can Store Valuable Solar Energy for Decades

November 9, 2019
Researchers in Sweden have developed an affordable and effective way of gathering, storing, and releasing energy from the Sun, through a new process that could conceivably store the trapped solar energy in chemical form for decades, which can later be... continued