UFO Article: “The San Luis Valley: Monitoring a ‘Hot-Spot’ ”

By Christopher O’Brien, 10 March 2017 (Our Strange Planet (ourstrangeplanet.com)) https://www.ourstrangeplanet.com/the-san-luis-valley-monitoring-a-hot-spot/ Related posts: realtvufos.blogspot.com/search?q=San+Luis+Valley Aerial view of San Luis Valley, Colorado/New Mexico (academic.emporia.edu) (academic.emporia.edu photo)

Google Searches/ Google Website Searches: Focus On UFOs In the United Kingdom

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We Went To The Moon But We Had Help!

There are rumors that we went to the moon but we had help, besides it seems the landings filmed by Stanley Kubrick were staged to cover what they really encountered on the moon: reptilians, bases, buildings, machines for mineral exploration and much more. Lunar Anomaly. Now, once again, an out of the place lunar anomaly […]

The Big Caveat on AI and Future Work

Artificial intelligence will likely both giveth and taketh away jobs for humans. A McKinsey Global Institute report estimates that automation could displace between 400 million and 800 million people worldwide by 2030, even as the report also suggests the benefits of automation could help create enough new jobs for displaced workers. But beyond the numbers, the report offers more useful lessons […]

Artificial DNA Base Pair Expands Life’s Vocabulary

Scientists have taken another step towards putting two additional letters in the dictionary of life to work. Researchers at the Scripps Institute have engineered cells to successfully transcribe a brand new artificial DNA base pair and make a never-before-seen protein with it. The breakthrough is part of an effort to expand the library of amino acids […]

Smile, Your Car Is on Google Street View

When sedans outnumber pickup trucks, chances are the community votes Democrat. When pickup trucks rule, the community leans Republican. What you drive matters, at least when it comes to revealing the nuts and bolts of American demographics. That’s the assertion by researchers in a paper published in November in the journal the Proceedings of the […]

Heart-Stopping Sex? Forget About It

During sex, the heart races, blood pressure rises and the breath quickens, sometimes to a pant. Muscles tense and euphoric feelings flood the brain. This is not a time to be thinking, “I hope my heart doesn’t stop.” But according to cardiologists, male patients over 50 during checkups sometimes ask what the chance is of […]

Why Some Bird Babies Ride Piggyback

Having your children trail you like ducklings in a pond sounds pretty good to human parents, who are stuck carrying or pushing their offspring through toddlerhood. But some animals with mobile babies choose to carry them anyway. One scientist looked at waterbirds to figure out why certain species find it worthwhile to haul their kids around, while others leave them […]

The Bottom of the Barrel of Science Fraud

Sometimes, scientific misconduct is so blatant as to be comical. I recently came across an example of this on Twitter. The following is an image from a paper published in the Journal of Materials Chemistry C: As pointed out on PubPeer, this image – which is supposed to be an electron microscope image of some […]

Researchers Use Drones to Track Glacier Change in Peru

In the crisp Andes air, a drone flew at an altitude of about 16,000 feet (4,900 meters) in order to map and track the glaciers in Peru. This marks the highest altitude a drone has flown for mapping purposes in current scientific literature, according to a paper released in November in The Cryosphere.  Using a […]

Fisher ‘Taken Aboard UFO’ Passes Lie Detector Test | UFO CHRONICLE – 1973

     One of two shipyard workers who claim they were taken aboard a bizarre unidentified flying object by three strange creatures two weeks ago has passed a lie detector test, Tuesday. UPI10-31-73 Scott Glasgow, a polygraph specialist from New Orleans, said 42-year-old Charles Hickson is apparently “telling the truth as to what he believes […]

Humans Are Creating the Newest Earthquake Zones in North America

Earthquakes are common across much of North America. The most famous might be the area along the San Andreas fault in California, where the Pacific and North American plates are sliding side-by-side, generating earthquakes in the process. Even the interior of North America has some major earthquake zones, like the New Madrid Seismic Zone that […]

Shell Shape Helps Tortoises Get Up

It’s tough being an adult giant tortoise in the Galapagos Islands—they’re always one step away from flipping upside down. Whether it’s from a fight for male dominance or treading over a jagged field of lava rocks, being unable to get back up is among the most common ways these giant tortoises can die. There is […]