Pascagoula: The Closest Encounter, My Story – A REVIEW

Worst Fishing Experience Ever      One of the perks for an aging crackpot who spent a considerable number of years exploring the UFO issue is society’s expectation that he’ll be stubbornly set in his odd ways, staunchly dedicated to standing by outlandish opinions, no matter what. Not quite accurate — but that’s how I […]

How to be human: the man who was raised by wolves

Abandoned as a child, Marcos Rodríguez Pantoja survived alone in the wild for 15 years. But living with people proved to be even more difficult. The first time Marcos Rodríguez Pantoja ever heard voices on the radio, he panicked. “Fuck,” he remembers thinking, “those people have been inside there a long time!” It was 1966, […]

317. Grant Cameron

Subscribe to our full two-hour shows for two dollars per month or more. FREE SHOWS ARE NOW 25 MINS. Pre-recorded with guest, Grant Cameron who talks in great detail about his sightings in 1975-76 which were dubbed, Charlie Red Star, how he believes consciousness is part of UFOs and the Wow factor, presidents, governments and […]

Macron Openly Endorses the Kalergi Plan: 200 Million Africans to Mass Migrate to Europe Within 30 Years

‘Bombshell’ population growth in Africa means Europe is entering an “unprecedented” age of mass migration, Emmanuel Macron has said, asserting that the two continents’ destinies are “bound”. “The migratory phenomenon we are facing will be historic,” declared the French president in a television appearance Sunday night, when he announced that “great poverty”, “climate change”, and “geopolitical conflicts” […]

World Champion Boxer Manny Pacquiao Builds 1,000 Homes For Poor Filipinos

In the world of professional sports, athletes have long recognized their roots and beginnings and have been involved in helping communities. Earning a hefty salary for doing what they love, athletes worldwide have been known to be involved in charitable causes, and indulge in philanthropic efforts. Although they put their well-being on the line in […]

Scientists Say That People With Anxiety Could Have ‘Superpowers’

For those people who are actually living with an anxiety disorder, this must seem like a joke. Anxiety is not fun, and on bad days anxious people definitely feel far from super. There really is no bright or positive side to living with anxiety, and although each sufferer has a different experience and different levels of […]

Roswell Documentation vs. Roswell Eyewitnesses

     Since I have now annoyed all my friends with my analysis of the Roswell documentation and how some of it is quite suggestive that nothing alien fell there, I thought it time to annoy all my skeptical friends. Lining up against that documentation is the testimony of some people who were on the […]

Quitting Smoking Makes You Gain Weight. It’s Still Healthier – D-brief

(Credit: Oteera/shutterstock) Give up smoking for cheesecake? Maybe that’s not such a bad idea. People who quit smoking cigarettes often gain weight. That’s not necessarily because ex-smokers need a new habit and they enjoy eating. It’s because the nicotine in cigarettes suppresses appetite to some degree. When the nicotine stops, appetite returns and people can […]

How Do We Get Four Billion People Online? – The Crux

Students in India surfing the web. Many in the country still lack internet access. (Credit: CRS PHOTO) Despite the name, the World Wide Web … isn’t. Some 52 percent of the world — roughly 4 billion people, mostly women — don’t have access to the open web. This has sparked something like a new space […]

BirdSleuth K-12 Webinars for Educators – Citizen Science Salon

Have you looked at SciStarter’s event finder lately? We have exciting new additions, including a new webinar series from BirdSleuth K-12! BirdSleuth K-12, an education program run by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, supports educators as they help kids connect to nature and develop science skills by participating in citizen science and inquiry. Their free, hour-long webinar series helps teachers […]

Nipple, penis, or nostril — what’s the most painful place to be stung by a bee? (The answer might surprise you.) – Seriously, Science?

Photo: flickr/forevertrusting [Note from the authors of “Seriously, Science?”: After nine years with Discover, we’ve been informed that this will be our last month blogging on this platform. Despite being (usually) objective scientists, we have a sentimental streak, and we have spent the last few days reminiscing about the crazy, and often funny, science we have highlighted. Therefore, […]