Black Triangle Sighting in Painted Post, New York on April 30th 2015 – Seems to have regular flight pattern for several evenings E to SE

Wife noted high-frequency sound beginning about 3-1/2 weeks ago both inside the house (louder during sightings) and outside. Beginning April 28, 2015, the sightings have been observed for 3 nights so far (clear sky each night). Multiple triangles observed simultaneously for several hours starting about 10pm until 3 am. Observation with binoculars revealed pulsating,varied colored […]

Quackery & Poison: A Ballsy Procedure

It seems to have started, as many things medicinal do, with Hippocrates. We may not understand precisely why, some 2000 years ago, the great Greek physician chose to insert the bladder of a pig into a patient’s chest and then inflate this porcine balloon. But it may have had something to do with tuberculosis and […]

Has NASA Successfully Tested a Warp Drive?

That’s the question raised in this article. And no, it’s not from a hair-brained source. There appears to be something to it (presuming the report is accurate that some of the chat comes from NASA engineers), though the testing has not been verified. This possibility bears some relationship to the possibility (for me, “most plausible […]

Entire City of Kathmandu and Surroundings May Have Been Thrust More Than Two Feet Upward by Nepal Earthquake

One aspect of the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that rocked Kathmandu and surrounding areas in Nepal became dramatically evident almost immediately: The violent shaking caused monuments and an estimated 70,000 homes to come crumbling down. More than 6,000 people have died as a result, and survivors are still being pulled out of the rubble. Since the quake […]

Sexist Peer Review and The Role of Editors

Open access scientific publishing giant PLoS is under fire after an anonymous peer reviewer commissioned by one of their journals advised the (female) authors to “find one or two male biologists” to help improve their manuscript. The two women are Fiona Ingleby and Megan Head – who, as it happens, I recently interviewed for the […]

This Website Wants to Guess Your Age

Microsoft thinks it can guess your age. Engineers at the software company wanted to test newly their released face detection software, which guesses your age and sex, so they opened it up to the public. They hoped to get 50 respondents — and they got over 35,000 in a few hours. But be forewarned, How-Old.net […]

UFO Close to Montgomeryshire Border, Claims Astronomer

By Ben Goddardwww.newsnorthwales.co.uk4-30-15       A KEEN astronomer believes he saw a UFO in the skies above his home close to the Montgomeryshire border – the second unexplained incident within a year in the area. Jamie Keeling, 28, from Four Crosses was retrieving items from his car near his home when he claims to […]

Russia Launches Quietest Submarine in the World

By nationalinterest.org4-29-15      Russia has launched what it claims to be the “quietest submarine in the world.” This week, Admiralty Shipyards—a Russian defense company— held a ceremonial launching for its newest Varshavyanka-class diesel-electric submarines. Dubbed the Krasnodar, the vessel is the fourth of a planned six upgraded Kilo-class subs Russia is constructing under Project […]

The Origin Of the Greys.

I decided to build my own personal Grey data base just for fun, it’s great to take a lot of information and write it down and see if you can piece it together and come up with new theories. I came to a crossroads, What is the true origin of the greys?. Each opinion on […]

Evaluating NASA’s Futuristic EM Drive

By José Rodal, Ph.D, Jeremiah Mullikin and Noel Munson – subedited by Chris Gebhardtwww.nasaspaceflight.com4-29-15       A group at NASA’s Johnson Space Center has successfully tested an electromagnetic (EM) propulsion drive in a vacuum – a major breakthrough for a multi-year international effort comprising several competing research teams. Thrust measurements of the EM Drive […]