- UFO hearing: Pushing the frontiers of science with government data.
- ‘We were here’: How advanced alien civilisations could could leave us a message of their presence.
- Ancient DNA gives new insights into ‘lost’ indigenous people of Uruguay.
- An ancient ‘harbor’ was actually a sacred pool designed for scanning the stars.
- Scientists say space is filled with invisible walls.
- The enduring intrigue and theories around crop circles.
- Harnessing ESP to forestall death and disaster.
- How our ancient sense of wonder drives physics into the unknown.
- Chinese rover finds evidence that water was present on Mars more recently than thought.
- Moon settlers: scientists say plants will grow best in lunar ‘soil’ from fresh impact craters.
- How long-term space missions change the brain.
- Injecting spinal fluid from younger mice improves memory in elders, new research suggests.
- Video of the Day: The day America almost nuked itself.
Quote of the Day:
The trustworthiness of science comes not from certainty, but from its very openness about its uncertainty, always calling into question what we currently understand and being prepared to replace that knowledge with a deeper understanding if something better comes along… Scientific progress depends on scientists’ unwavering commitment to the qualities of honesty and doubt.