With the Launch of New Research Groups, Will 2022 Be a Turning Point for UFO Studies?

February 12, 2022
After decades of only being spoken of in the shadows, scientists now have the freedom of openly researching the previously taboo subject of UFOs, and 2022 may be a turning point in the search for answers regarding this notoriously slippery... continued

COVID-19 Deaths Surpass 900,000 in the U.S.

February 9, 2022
COVID-19 has officially killed over 900,000 people in the United States as of February 4, a grim milestone reached a mere 51 days after surpassing 800,000 deaths on December 15 of last year. This is the highest recorded death toll of... continued

Longer-lasting Surface Water and Biological Carbon Isotopes Add to the Case for Life on Mars

February 7, 2022
Signs of water, and signs of life– recent news from Mars is showing increased signs of both! For the former: new long-term analysis has found that water may have been present on the Martian surface for longer than originally anticipated. ... continued

Havana Syndrome Believed to be Caused by ‘Pulsed Electromagnetic Energy’

February 4, 2022
  Two new reports from the US intelligence community have been released regarding the oft-debilitating condition referred to as Havana syndrome, including one from a joint research effort within the intelligence community and a separate analysis from the CIA. Between the... continued

A Billion Years of Earth’s Geological History Is Missing, but Researchers May Have Found Out Where It Went

February 2, 2022
Up to a billion years worth of history is missing from the Earth's geological record, with long spans of ancient rock strata having been seemingly erased from their subterranean resting places. Although the cause behind the missing layers has been... continued

A Powerful Ancient Solar Storm Might Be a Warning for Modern Space Weather

January 31, 2022
Researchers have discovered what may have been a powerful solar storm that occurred nearly 9,200 years ago that may have been two orders of magnitude stronger than anything recorded in the modern era. Aside from the apparent sheer strength of... continued

2021’s Extreme Heat Continues to Fuel Deadly Weather Patterns

January 29, 2022
When it comes to how climate change affected the Earth's average surface temperature in 2021, there's good news and bad news: the good news is that 2021 was only the sixth hottest year on record, roughly tying with 2018. The... continued

The James Webb Space Telescope Has Been Successfully Unpacked and Is Now in Position

January 27, 2022
The James Webb Space Telescope has successfully reached its orbital position nearly one million miles from Earth, following the weeks-long delicate and complicated procedure required to unfold the spacecraft into its proper operating configuration. With an ability to see deeper... continued

Modern Humans Are at Least 300,000 Years Old, According to a New Discovery in Ethiopia

January 24, 2022
The more precise dating of a key geological formation at a paleoanthropological site in Ethiopia has bolstered the notion that modern humans are far older than previously assumed, being well established as a species as far back as 300,000 years... continued

Can an Interstellar Probe of Our Own Catch Up to ʻOumuamua?

January 21, 2022
A UK-based nonprofit organization has proposed a mission to explore the Solar System's first known interstellar visitor, the strange object called ʻOumuamua, via an ambitious long-range probe that would take decades to reach the enigmatic voyager. The proposal, called "Project Lyra"... continued