New Photos of Recent Military UFO Encounters Remain a Mystery To Officials

New photographs obtained by Mystery Wire show different shaped objects.      Military and intelligence officials say they remain baffled by unusual, unidentified aircraft that have been encountered in recent years off both coasts of the United States. By George KnappThe Mystery Wire4-6-21 Many of the objects have been referred to as drones, but that […]

The Eruption at La Soufrière on St. Vincent Takes an Explosive Turn

[embedded content] The volcanoes of the West Indies have produced some of the most explosive and deadly eruptions over the past few centuries. The fact that many of these populated islands are dominated by volcanoes means they can be especially perilous when these volcanoes rumble back to life. Over the past few months, experts have […]

Strange objects in the sky caught on camera

Elena Danaan recounts her personal contact experiences, the most dramatic of which involved an abduction at age nine by five gray aliens. In the midst of two medical procedures involving implants, she was rescued by two human looking extraterrestrials using laser weapons. In the interview, Elena explains how her rescuers repurposed one of the implants […]

The Paradox of Internet Famous Wilderness

You may recognize this water-and-windcarved Navajo sandstone. Countless humans first saw it in 2009, when Microsoft featured The Wave on desktop wallpaper for Windows 7. Then in 2010 came Instagram, where you now can find thousands of hashtagged and geo-tagged images from this remote spot near the Arizona-Utah border. That’s how a far-flung site, known […]

Is Plant Protein Better for You and the Planet?

Picture protein: it’s easy to bring up a mental image of a rare, juicy steak or a plate piled high with crispy bacon. More and more though, there might be tofu, beans or quinoa on that plate. This changing picture reflects an evolution in how we understand nutrition, but also the conflicting messaging of the […]

Tom Horn: Tribulation Trouble – An Asteroid Approaches

Elena Danaan recounts her personal contact experiences, the most dramatic of which involved an abduction at age nine by five gray aliens. In the midst of two medical procedures involving implants, she was rescued by two human looking extraterrestrials using laser weapons. In the interview, Elena explains how her rescuers repurposed one of the implants […]

What Is Time?

In 1826, time took a strange turn in New Haven, Connecticut. According to historian Michael O’Malley, over several months, a new clock installed atop Town Hall ran slow and then fast in comparison with the clock that had set the local standard time for decades, at nearby Yale College. After cursing the clockmaker, the citizens […]

The Science of Taylor Swift and Other Improbable Stories

Taylor Swift’s songs are well known for their description of various roller coaster relationships. These relationships have evolved during Swift’s long career as a pop superstar. But how have the sentiments conveyed in Swift’s songs changed in this time, and what light can science throw on this important issue? Now Megan Mansfield and Darryl Seligman […]

How to Save Planet Earth

Have you ever held a product in your hands and considered the existential weight of your purchase? Beyond each price tag hides a ripple effect. It expands from soil to waterways, grocery aisles to kitchen plates, factories to fulfillment centers and mail slots to landfills. This global impact has become less hidden in the past […]

E=mc2: What Does Einstein’s Most Famous Equation Mean?

It is perhaps the most famous equation in the world, and also one of the most elegant. Einstein’s legendary equivalence between mass and energy, given the simple formula E=mc^2, is familiar even to schoolchildren. At times, it simply stands as a placeholder for science — like in cartoons where writing E=mc^2 on a chalkboard signifies […]

There Might Be Remnants of an Ancient Planet Buried Inside Earth? Yup

Researchers are fairly certain that we gained our favorite satellite, the moon, after a planet, Theia, collided with the proto-Earth 4.5 billion years ago. What’s not certain are the details surrounding Theia’s fate. Was it a hit-and-run, or did the mantles of the two planets merge? Qian Yuan, Earth scientist at Arizona State University, and […]

The Myth of Negative Calorie Foods

Many of us may be hoping to shed a few of the pounds that we may have acquired during the pandemic. Accomplishing this will depend largely on whether we’re burning more calories than we’re consuming — it’s a simple input versus output equation. The science is fairly conclusive that dieting is far more likely to […]

Iceland’s New Eruption Picks Up the Pace

The second fissure that opened during the Geldingadalir eruption in Iceland, seen on April 5, 2021. Credit: Icelandic Meteorological Office. A few weeks ago, the Reykjanes Peninsula saw its first eruption on land in centuries. The new eruption at Geldingadalir continues to produce an impressive cone and snaking lava flows but the eruption wasn’t done […]