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

Potentially Historic Fall Snowstorm and Record Cold to Strike North-Central US

October 10, 2019
Temperatures could plummet as much as 50 degrees Fahrenheit (27.8°C) across portions of the north-central United States on Wednesday night, ahead of what may be a record-breaking fall snowstorm. Below freezing temperatures are expected to sweep in from the north,... continued

Researchers Uncover More Evidence that Earth Suffered a Major Impact 12,800 Years Ago

October 9, 2019
Further evidence has been uncovered pointing toward a large asteroid or comet that impacted the Earth 12,800 years ago, toward the end of the last ice age, an event that may have triggered the extinction of numerous species of large... continued

A Rash of Cattle Mutilations in Oregon Leaves Ranchers and Authorities Perplexed

October 7, 2019
Five prize bulls from an Oregon ranch were found dead in late July, with each carcass showing classic signs of the mysterious phenomenon known as cattle mutilation. Authorities are investigating the case under the assumption that the animals were killed... continued

Falling UFOs Spark Numerous Ground Fires in Chile

October 4, 2019
A series of UFOs spotted over the Chilean island of Chiloé sparked numerous fires on the ground on September 25. Residents of Dalcahue City reported seeing the fireballs tumbling through the sky, before they struck the ground, causing at least... continued

A New UN Report Says the World’s Oceans are in Trouble—and So Are We

October 2, 2019
A comprehensive new report released by the UN is warning that the world's oceans are in danger, currently facing a scourge of unnatural warming, rising, acidifying, and deoxygenating. Covering over 361 million square kilometers (139 million square miles), the oceans... continued

Google Claims to have Achieved “Quantum Supremacy”

September 30, 2019
In a paper briefly published on a NASA server in mid-September, Google detailed the outcome of a computer experiment wherein a quantum computer solved a computational problem that would otherwise have been practically impossible for a traditional supercomputer to have... continued

The Mystery Behind What Caused the Tunguska Explosion May Have Been Solved

September 27, 2019
Russian scientists believe that a piece of decorative glass that sat in the bottom of a schoolteacher's fish tank for the past 35 years might have been a part of the meteor that caused the Tunguska event, a multi-megaton explosion... continued

“Autism Cluster” Sparks Renewed Questions in the Role of Genetics in ASD

September 25, 2019
The discovery of a cluster of 12 genetically related children diagnosed with autism has renewed questions into the role DNA plays in causing autism spectrum disorder, or ASD. The children in question are all related through a common sperm donor... continued