The particles that make up the Universe around us are out of balance, and physicists are searching for a cause.  Following the Big Bang, there should have been an equal number of particles that mirror one-another.  I.e. there should be just as much antimatter in the universe as there isread more

A personal letter sent to the late Stanton Friedman in 2010 divulging the testimony of a witness to the recovery of debris and bodies—along with the subsequent attempts to back-engineer the technology—recovered from a flying saucer that crashed in New Mexico in 1947 has come to light. Obtained at the request of theread more

Independent experiments conducted on both sides of the Atlantic have started to find major cracks in the Standard Model of physics, suggesting that a previously undetected fifth fundamental force guiding the mechanics of the cosmos may exist. Within the Standard Model of physics there are four known fundamental forces governing interactions throughoutread more

Recent studies in theoretical physics have found that faster-than-light travel, through the manipulation of gravity—or bending the physical fabric of space-time—is not as impossible as was once thought.  Although it would appear that we’re still quite a few quantum leaps away from being able to visit neighboring star systems inread more