The Debrief recently spoke to experts on the subject of ball lightning, looking into some of the existing research on the often cited, but little-understood phenomenon.
A new survey indicates that the future of hunting in the United States may shift towards sustainability and ethical meat consumption.
Researchers have worked out how 'thermal cloaking an object can make it invisible or appear like a completely different object altogether.
New research has suggested that Mars may still be volcanically active, which could have implications for astrobiology on the Red Planet.
Texas-based Axiom Space Inc has partnered with NASA in an effort to achieve the first private astronaut mission to the International Space Station in 2022.
A new propulsion system can reach Mach 17 (13,000 mph), and it was inspired by the explosion that occurs when a star dies.
U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, known as DEVCOM, recently announced researchers from the Army Research Laboratory had demonstrated a...
A recent memorandum issued by Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen H. Hicks outlined plans that aim to transform the Defense Department “into a data-centric organization.”
"Mindwriting" allows people who have lost the ability to type or often even talk the ability to do so once again with the help of a BCI.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, better known as DARPA, recently announced the successful demonstration of an advanced AI-enabled model...
Research Funded by the US Army into "Twistronics" may lead to innovations in night vision technology and quantum communication networks.
By 2030, a quantum internet may be needed in order to keep digital communication safe from quantum computers.
At the height of the Space Race, two Italian brothers claimed they uncovered evidence of a secret Soviet space program, and even lost cosmonauts.
Scientists in South Korea have developed a 'skin' that adapts to its environment, and can make anything, including soldiers, invisible.
Researchers invented self-learning robots that use a basic algorithm to move, and they adapt to their environment indicating evolution.
As AI is used on the battlefield, poor internet access in remote areas can cause it to fail. Can Starlink internet solve this issue?
Scientists are looking for a "cosmic twin" in the search for potentially habitable exoplanets that could mirror Earth in a variety of different ways.
Here is a top 10 list of the oddest military encounters with cryptids, ranging from the simply weird to the genuinely "what-the-hell?"
A nearly 100-foot long, 16.5-feet wide, 21 metric ton expended rocket is currently barrelling through the Earth’s atmosphere, orbiting every...
In a recent study, physicists with the University of Iowa say they have discovered a new new feature of auroras...
In a new study, researchers have proven that sharks use magnetic fields to navigate. It may not be safe to go back in the water just yet.
Recently, the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department made headlines when they announced the agency’s computer network had been hacked, with...
Invented by researchers at Purdue University, the directed energy system has a range of possible applications for both military and medicine.
The DoD's Office of the Inspector General has announced the launch of a formal evaluation into The Pentagon’s actions regarding UFOs.
A researcher from the University of Berkeley's SETI program has proposed we scan for signs of ET using quantum communications methods.
Faster than a speeding bullet, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe may not be Superman, but it certainly is breaking records for being the fastest object humans have ever sent into space.
Flowing from Antarctica's Tony Glacier into nearby Lake Bonney is Blood Falls, a bizarre waterfall which spews crimson liquid.
France's military has partnered with creatives in the art and science fiction space to envision future threats to national security.
Michael Collins, who passed away Wednesday at age 90, always maintained a grounded perspective about his historic role with the Apollo 11 mission.
Directed energy attacks may have occurred in Washington DC and elsewhere on American soil, according to sources familiar with the incidents.
Wandjina is part of Australia's cultural and geographic landscape, but the god was more than myth and may have helped track climate change.
As we continue to dive deeper into the world of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), will we achieve telekinetic powers in the digital world?
A handful of writers are using the recent NFT boom to publish their books. Is this the future of book publishing and will it pay off?
A growing concern for astronauts, and for future space operations in general, is the threat posed by space junk in Earth's orbit.
Researchers have used AI to dive into who authored the Dead Sea Scrolls, including whether a single person wrote some of these ancient texts.
This weekend, The Debrief reported U.S. Special Operations Command Central (SOCCOENT) had claimed their official Twitter account had been hacked. Claims of...
The Costa Rica Space Radar will be able to track small objects in space that can be dangerous to satellites and astronauts.
New study shows future conflicts in East Africa due to Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam can be avoided if green energy is harnessed.
Saturday, April 24, the official Twitter account for U.S. Special Operations Command Central (SOCCOENT) published a bizarre tweet that simply...
Researchers from North Carolina State University and Virginia Commonwealth University say they found that having a high level of national nostalgia predicted both positive attitudes toward former President Donald Trump and racial prejudice. In previous studies, nostalgia, or feeling a...
Astronomers have observed an “extreme” flaring event on Proxima Centauri, which they believe to be the largest the star has ever been seen to produce.
Businesses and employers will begin turning to virtual reality in employment training and it may stave off a future labor crisis.
Scientists at the University of Leeds are unlocking the mystery of megaplumes, a phenomenon produced as columns of heated water rise from the base of the ocean.
This new compostable plastic can break down with just a little heat and water, and this technology may end the reign of 'forever plastics.'
Researchers used a new artificial intelligence program to accurately identify COVID-19 related conspiracy theories on social media and model how...