As you may know with my previous posts there is major scientific evidence from NASA that points to 2012 being the year of dangerous solar storms – its the peak of the solar cycle and sunspot flares.Usually every 11 years (last one in 2001) the sun becomes more violent than usual and lets out alot of strong solar flares which [...]Read more ›
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Researchers have unveiled a new species of dinosaur from the late Triassic period – a small, early relative of T.rex and Velociraptor. The 2m-long dinosaur, named Tawa hallae, was found in a “bone bed” on the Ghost Ranch in New Mexico, US. The discovery of this early theropod, reported in the journal Science, sheds light on early dinosaur evolution. The [...]Read more ›
Scientists are on their way to discovering thousands of new planets, potentially including hundreds of worlds the size of Earth, in Earth-like orbits around sunlike stars. They expect to achieve that goal within three years or so. But they'll start with the weirdest worlds. The most advanced planet-hunting probes – the European Space Agency's COROT satellite and NASA's Kepler spacecraft [...]Read more ›
A Tennesseee pilot watching departing traffic at Memphis International Airport reported seeing a triangle UFO with dull white lights on November 24, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) database. The 8-year commercial pilot veteran said the object's lights were not blinking or strobing, and that it was silent. The pilot stated that the object was moving at [...]Read more ›
In the black depths of the frigid Arctic Ocean, scientists on a 2005 expedition found a splash of color: The brilliant, blood-red Crossota norvegica jellyfish (pictured). The creature was spotted by a remotely operated vehicle 8,530 feet (2,600 meters) underwater during a two-month National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) expedition to the Canada Basin, the deepest and least explored part [...]Read more ›
UFO evidence is hard to come by even with 21st century electronic gadgets attached to our bodies. So gaining additional witness testimony to the same observation, an emergency room form, a fire report, and say the original case stems from a police officer – seems like a stronger case. Here's a look at the 1978 case of Kerman, California, police [...]Read more ›
When Ken Aldrich describes the cornea forming in a petri dish at his company's lab, it sounds crazy. But these little ball of cells might actually spare animals from lab testing and be used for transplants in humans. Aldrich is chairman of International Stem Cell Corporation, a biotech company headquartered in Oceanside, California. ISCO has deftly avoided the ethics debate [...]Read more ›