Indian Satellite Confirms US Moon Landing

India’s first lunar mission has captured images of the landing site of the Apollo 15 craft, debunk­ing theories that the US mission was a hoax.

Next Ice Age Delayed by Global Warming, Study Says

Humans are putting the brakes on the next ice age, according to the most extensive study to date on Arctic climate change.

Are Sunspots Disappearing?

The sun is in the pits of the deepest solar minimum in nearly a century. Weeks and sometimes whole months go by without even a single tiny sunspot. The quiet has dragged out for more than two years, prompting some observers to wonder, are sunspots disappearing?

Computer Algorithm to Decipher Ancient Texts

Researchers in Israel say they have developed a computer program that can decipher previously unreadable ancient texts.

Spacecraft Could Save Earth from Asteroids

British space engineers working for a space company in Stevenage in England, have designed a “gravity tractor” spacecraft to deflect any asteroids threatening to collide with Earth.

Laser-Propelled Spaceships Could Transform Transportation

Beamed Energy Propulsion (BEP) is far more than a dream or idea: It is a powerful enabling tech­nology that will radically transform the future of air and space transportation. It is physics, not imagination.

UFOs and VITAMIN C—Linus Pauling’s Flying Saucer Secret

Nobel Prize winner Pauling—physicist, chemist and controversial advocate of Vitamin C thera­py—was a secret UFO researcher who authored intriguing confidential studies on the flying sau­cer phenomena. Recently acquired information also reveals that Pauling may have provided his technical expertise for Roswell research

Technology Blurs Boundaries Between Our Five Senses

What if you could see with your skin? Or taste what you see? While those kinds of experiences might suggest a mental disorder, or an acid trip, the ability to substitute your senses by choice is on the horizon. A confluence of new technologies are leading to a kind of digital synesthesia.

Underwater Expedition Delivers Key Findings in Search for Evidence of Early Americans

In one of the more dramatic moments of an underwater archaeological survey co-led by archaeol­ogist James Adovasio along Florida’s Gulf Coast Researchers stood on a river’s edge where man hasn’t set foot in more than 13,000 years.

A Cordless Future for Electricity?

Nikola Tesla started toying with the ability to send electricity through the air in the 1890s. Since then, though, making wireless electricity technology safe and cheap enough to put on the market has been an arduous task for researchers; but electronics such as phones and laptops may start shedding their power cords within a year.

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