The Vatican’s Wealth Can End World Hunger Twice

Today, on our planet, more than half of the population lives at $ 2.5 a day. This means that 3.5 billion people almost die of hunger. It seems like nobody is trying to do anything to solve this situation. The Vatican is renowned for its small size. It is the smallest state in the world […]

Former U.S. Intelligence Officials to Investigate UFOs In New History Channel Series

Former high-level officials will investigate UFOs in newlimited History channel non-fiction series launching in May.       The History channel recently announced a limited non-fiction UFO investigation series featuring officials who have held positions at the highest level of government, including a man who before recently retiring ran an ongoing secretive UFO project at […]

Changing Perceptions Re UFOs Within The Scientific Community?

     In the past two years, scientists, politicians and professionals have increasingly been willing to touch the taboo subject and perhaps lend a little credence to those who still believe. By Chabeli HerreraOrlando Sentinel3-29-19 In December 2017, The New York Times uncovered that the U.S. had gone so far as to fund a secret, […]

ADIFO: Supersonic Flying Saucer | VIDEO

ADIFO could resurrect the idea of flying saucers,promising extreme speed, efficiency and aerial agility […]      ADIFO, or the All-DIrectional Flying Object, is a flying machine designed “to change the actual paradigm of flight,” according to engineer and inventor Razvan Sabie. Sabie worked with By Loz Blain3-25-19 accomplished aerodynamicist Iosif Taposu (Senior Scientist at […]

Deadly blizzard, UFO or…? Prosecutors travel to Dyatlov Pass to solve 60yo Mystery

Located in the Ural Mountains, the remote patch of wilderness became infamous in paranormal lore after a 1959 incident where a group of hikers were found dead in the Ural Mountains under unclear circumstances. Despite a contemporaneous investigation by Russian officials and subsequent decades of study from independent researchers, the cause of the strange event […]

Book Review: Building a Foundation in Environmental Citizen Science – Citizen Science Salon

Dickinson, Janis L. & Bonney, Rick. (eds). Citizen Science: Public Participation in Environmental Research. Cornell University Press, 2012. 279 pages. Paperback $US 29.95. Though it was published in 2012, Citizen Science: Public Participation in Environmental Research is relevant to our present moment. As discussions of environmental research increase in frequency and urgency, institutions at all levels will […]

Lacoste Replaces It’s Crocodile Logo With 10 Endangered Species To Raise Awareness

French brand Lacoste has teamed up with IUCN’s SOS (Save Our Species) — a nature conservation charity — for a limited-edition collection of polo tshirts. The tees have logos of endangered animal species instead of the green crocodile, and were launched on the runway during the brand’s show at last year’s Paris Fashion Week. The species are: the California condor, the saola, […]

Shocking ‘Terminator-like’ liquid metal developed by scientists

If you thought the shape-shifting T-1000 robot in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” was the stuff of nightmares, your nightmares may eventually become reality. Researchers have created a “Terminator-like” liquid metal that has the ability to stretch horizontally and vertically, as well as changing shapes, according to a new study. The research, published in Applied Materials & Interfaces, highlights how liquid […]

Hunting Cosmic Fireworks in the Magellanic Clouds – D-brief

These star-forming regions found within the Large Magellanic Cloud are packed with young, massive stars, leading to strong emissions from surrounding clouds of hot gas. (Credit: SMASH survey) The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) and the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC) are two of the most stunning naked-eye sights you can spot in the southern sky. Over the past few billion […]

Antihistamine-infused Contact Lenses Could Help With Allergies – D-brief

(Credit: Mladen Mitrinovic/shutterstock) With the warm weather upon us and the once-frozen plants coming back to life, springtime feels like a long-awaited oasis for most people. But for some, the resurgence of trees and grass can trigger seasonal allergies, and turn springtime into a sneezy, snotty mess. Instead of just popping your allergy meds and hoping […]

Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria Stew In Wastewater Treatment Plants – D-brief

Wastewater treatment plant (Credit: Peteri/shutterstock) Antibiotics save us from all kinds of unfortunate ailments, from strep throat to ear infections. But the bacteria that cause these and other ailments are gaining an edge. Antibiotic resistant bacteria are on the rise around the world and spreading in people as well as the environment, making it harder to treat infectious […]