The Two Sides of Envy at Work

Back when she was in college, Alaina G. Levine used to envy fellow students who seemed to have their entire lives mapped out. A physics and astronomy student at the University of Arizona, her own direction felt unclear — while they, on the other hand, appeared to know precisely what they wanted to do and […]

Healthy Food Decisions Can Start at the Grocery Checkout

 (Inside Science) — It doesn’t take much to nudge people into making healthier choices at the grocery store — just removing confectionery and other unhealthy products from checkouts and the ends of nearby aisles and placing fruit and vegetables near store entrances have a real impact on what people buy. That’s the key finding from a new […]

Enormous solar super-storm could knock out the internet worldwide, study says

How would life change if the Internet was knocked out worldwide? According to scientists, that scenario could become reality if an enormous solar superstorm should occur. According to a report by CTV News, if adequate preparation is not made for future instances when “the sun spits a wave of magnetized plasma at us,” astrophysicists estimate […]

472. Robert Salas & Martin Keller

First half hour, Robert Salas comes on to make an announcement about his fundraiser (Robert Salas UFO GoFundMe) for the National Press Club on October 19. His goal is for the U.S. Congress to hold public hearings on the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP). The featured guest Martin Keller discusses that the world is hopefully witnessing […]

What’s the Most Remote Volcano on Land?

Our planet is big. In the past, I’ve talked about what volcano might be the most remote on the Earth. Turns out that it is likely Amsterdam Island in the Indian Ocean. It is over 2,100 miles (3,400 kilometers) from any populated continent and almost 2,000 miles (3,200 kilometers) from Antarctica. That is truly in […]

The Forgotten Tale of a Black Mariner During the Age of Exploration

Between the 15th and 17th centuries, colonial powers desperately sought a route connecting the global East and West. The era was referred to as the Age of Exploration (also called the Age of Discovery). It was fueled by extensive and costly overseas imperialism and a competitive drive to conquer land among European powers including Spain, […]

Out of place UFO with trails hovering over Dover Delaware

In the case of the TR-3B Black Manta, it means a craft that uses highly pressured mercury accelerated by nuclear energy, so that plasma is produced, which, in turn, creates a field of anti-gravity around the craft. It has an electromagnetic coil at the heart of it’s motive power system, the result of which is […]

Cyberattacks on Health Care Are Rising — But Many Hospitals Aren’t Prepared

Last September, infectious disease physician Hana Akselrod was already deep in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic when another crisis took hold: Hackers deployed ransom-seeking malware (commonly called ransomware) on George Washington University Hospital’s web of devices. Akselrod and colleagues suddenly lacked resources like electronic health records that facilitate quick and efficient care. Like the […]

How Extreme Heat Can Kill

As Earth’s climate heats up, extreme heat events will become more likely. According to a recent study, by 2100 extreme heat and humidity will affect 1.2 billion people worldwide — more than four times the number of people affected today. And those effects can be deadly. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than […]

Human Noise Is Flooding the Seas’ Natural Soundscape

In a small boat off the lush coast of Bali, Indonesia in 2017, marine scientist Rob Williams lowered an underwater microphone called a hydrophone into the blue-green shallows to record something that’s becoming exceedingly rare: an ocean free of human-generated noise.   Williams is one of dozens of scientists around the world involved in what he […]