What 2020 has taught us: To cherish the little fleeting things we used to take for granted.
- A heat wave thawed Siberia’s tundra. Now, it’s on fire.
- We owe our existence to white dwarf stars –something which would have made Tolkien very happy.
- Four mysterious objects spotted in deep space are not like anything ever seen.
- Earth’s magnetic field could be changing much faster than we ever realized.
- Polynesians and Native Americans met 800 years after epic voyage.
- Google’s UFO-looking Loon balloons are now providing Internet service in Kenya.
- Did the Aurora secret aircraft program exist? Over the years, John Greenewald has tried to find out.
- Another hat in the ring: Devoid’s Billy Cox interviews a new UFO witness whose testimony will be part of Unidentified’s second season.
- The new episode of The Saucer Life focuses on Wayne Aho and Otis T. Carr, the first who tried to make money out of a DIY flying saucer –of course, this marketing method is alive and well…
- ‘Spooky’ quantum movements seen happening to large objects, scientists say.
- Faeries and DMT.
- Nevada’s legendary Extraterrestrial Highway is stranger than fiction.
- Does conscious AI deserve rights?
- Max Brook’s Bigfoot book “Devolution” picked up by Legendary Entertainment.
- Indianapolis’s Unseenpress continues with their paranormal tours.
- Red Pill of the Day: Japanese theme parks ban screaming on roller coasters.
Quote of the Day:
The more a thing tends to be permanent, the more it tends to be lifeless.