China’s Quantum Satellite Transmits Entangled Photons to Earth

June 20, 2017
An ambitious quantum entanglement experiment launched aboard China's Quantum Science Experiment Satellite last year has proven to be a success, having successfully transmitted pairs of entangled photons to two facilities on the ground 750 miles apart. The success of this... continued

A Global Warming Study has been Postponed due to the Effects of Climate Change

June 17, 2017
A $17 million expedition aimed at studying the effects of climate change in Canada's Hudson Bay has been postponed due to complications brought about by climate change itself. An unusually heavy southward flow of surface ice from the Arctic has... continued

These Dimensions go up to Eleven: Neuroscientists Discover Multi-Dimensional Structures in the Brain

June 16, 2017
A team of neuroscientists studying the mathematical layout of the human brain has discovered that the brain arranges itself in multidimensional structures beyond the typical three dimensions we're familiar with, with some arrangements expressing themselves in up to eleven dimensions.... continued

The Oldest Known Human Remains Extend our History Back by 100,000 Years

June 15, 2017
Adding to a recent string of discoveries that are rewriting the narrative of human evolution, fossils of a number of ancient human individuals that were unearthed in Morocco have been dated to more than 300,000 years ago. this find pushes... continued

Bigelow Aerospace Founder is “Absolutely Convinced” that UFOs Exist

June 14, 2017
In a May 28, 2017 interview with the CBS program 60 Minutes, Bigelow Aerospace founder Robert Bigelow publicly announced that he believes that Earth is being visited by extraterrestrials. While Bigelow has not made a secret of his paranormal interests... continued

American Communities are already facing Forced Migration due to Global Warming

June 10, 2017
Despite the assumption by many individuals that the detrimental effects of global warming are theoretical events that are far into the future, there are communities in the United States that are already faced with the reality of relocating due to... continued

A Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far Away, a Black Hole was Born from a Failed Supernova

June 9, 2017
Researchers studying images of the distant star N6946-BH1 were shocked to find that the otherwise extremely bright star had outright disappeared. The star was still visible in images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope as recently as 2009, but in... continued

A Private Paramilitary Firm was Hired to Infiltrate and Surveil DAPL Protest Groups

June 8, 2017
The leak of 1,100 documents from the paramilitary firm TigerSwan has revealed that the private security company was contracted by pipeline developer Energy Transfer Partners to conduct an invasive infiltration and surveillance operation against protest groups opposing the Dakota Access... continued

The Surface of Mars was Habitable for at Least a Billion Years

June 7, 2017
 Two new studies have been released that illustrate that the dry Martian lakebed that is currently being explored by NASA's Curiosity rover was home to a habitable environment for over 700 million years, and possibly for well over a billion... continued

Antarctica’s is Poised to Shed a Delaware-sized Iceberg

June 6, 2017
The massive crack running through Antarctica's fourth-largest ice shelf dramatically accelerated its growth last month, extending over 11 miles in just six days. According to the UK-based Project Midas research group, the 110 kilometer (68 mile) long chasm extended an... continued