- Ancient carved ‘drums’ provide Neolithic measurement system used to build monuments such as Stonehenge, say archeaologists.
- The Pentagon compiled research into invisibility cloaking, wormholes, and warp drive.
- The psychic warriors of ‘Project Jedi’.
- The strange tale of the sasquatch curse.
- The Estes Method: the ground-breaking experiment changing paranormal investigation.
- Scientist tells world leaders that MDMA and ‘magic mushrooms’ should be legal.
- Scientists identify key neural mechanisms behind an LSD trip.
- A brain-computer interface can translate simple thoughts into speech.
- Inside an otherworldly mission to prepare humans for Mars.
- The 500-year-long science experiment.
- Can A.I. help crack the code of fusion power?
- Arctic landscapes hidden for more than 40,000 years are starting to emerge from the retreating ice.
- The anthropomorphization of the universe: do we think ‘Oumuamua is a spaceship because we long to see a friendly face in the stars?
- The top ten recent advancements in robotics.
- Were ancient writings, and giants, pulled from Ohio burial mounds? (Spoiler: no)
- Trespasser shot dead after bizarre chase through secretive Nevada nuclear test site.
Quote of the Day:
I do not view the possibility of a technological civilization as speculative, for two reasons. The first is that we exist. And the second is that at least a quarter of the stars in the Milky Way galaxy have a planet like Earth, with surface conditions that are very similar to Earth, and the chemistry of life as we know it could develop. If you roll the dice so many times, and there are tens of billions of stars in the Milky Way, it is quite likely we are not alone.