This week, we look at the DOD's annual China Military Power Report, identifying China’s current military aspirations and ability to upset the international order.
The USAF’s B-21 Raider Will Be Unveiled This Week: Here’s What We Know About the World’s First Sixth-Generation Aircraft
This week the public will finally get its first look at Northrop Grumman's B-21 Raider. Here's what we know about the world’s first sixth-generation aircraft.
Nature established two distinct pathways for reflecting upon itself, one based on natural intelligence and the second based on artificial intelligence.
Dr. Greg Hodgin, founder of ZC Inc., discusses his love of Star Trek and how he and his company is planning to build the world's first warp drive spacecraft.
New research demonstrates how hierarchy and democracy come together to allow some animal flocks to achieve collective intelligence.
Half a billion years ago, an ancient wormlike animal was preserved in a seabed, whose fossil remains are now challenging our current theories about brain evolution.
Belgian researchers successfully hacked a United States government algorithm with a special theorem developed by a Canadian mathematician.
A new app empowers Brazilian residents and tourists alike by providing them with up-to-the-minute information on where crimes are occurring.
Astronomers say an asteroid impact in Canada near the shores of Lake Erie could provide a rich source of information for future studies.
A new study that used measurements of cosmic phenomena suggests the theory of gravity proposed by Albert Einstein may actually be wrong.
Actor Harrison Ford will be time-traveling back to 1944 to fight Nazis with the help of anti-aging technology in the fifth installment of the Indiana Jones film series.
New results from the largest genome-wide association study ever carried out have revealed a link between genetics and height, according to the authors of a recent paper.
Future interstellar travel could reveal that the "State of the Universe" is far more significant than our present concerns over worldly political matters at home.
A new map of the universe has been made available free to the public, showing the cosmos in unprecedented color and detail.
A new Brain Machine Interface (BMI) allows tetraplegic people to drive their wheelchairs using only the power of mind control.
At its new home in New Mexico, the National UFO Historical Records Center is set to become the largest archive of historical records on UAP ever assembled.
Japanese researchers have discovered a new microorganism within a cave that could offer clues about the evolution of multicellular life.
NASA landed another huge success this week as it launched it's impressive Artemis rocket into space, which is now on its way toward the Moon.
During its hasty retreat from Kherson, Russia's security services apparently left behind critical classified documents, which have now been seized by Ukraine's SBU.
New research examines the adverse health effects of consuming ayahuasca, with results offering a nuanced view of the ancient psychedelic drink.
Defying Current Theories, Researchers Say Something ‘Unexpected’ Has Been Observed During Fusion Experiments
New studies reveal unexpected behavior of ions in fusion reactions, which may offer clues in the effort to achieve sustained fusion ignition.
Wormholes may have already been detected, but have been hiding in plain sight, according to a team of Bulgarian physicists.
A new DARPA program wants to remediate soil contaminated with explosives and aircraft fuel using bioengineered plants.
New research seems to show that a popular theory of consciousness centered on a region of the brain known as the claustrum is likely wrong.
A team of researchers argues the "Great Filter" theory could offer a concerning explanation for why astronomers have yet to find evidence of intelligent alien life.
The suite of instruments assembled by the Galileo Project will seek the evidence needed to properly swipe the extraterrestrial interpretation of UAP to the left or to the right.
A group of Ukrainian aviation enthusiasts are raising funds for Ukraine's defense by making collectable tags from downed Russian aircraft.
New insights into the phenomenon of contact electricity have been revealed by a research team with the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology.
This week, we analyze a recent international study pointing to a greater sea level rise in the years ahead than previous models expected.
In a scene right out of the blockbuster movie Inception, Swiss researchers have discovered a method for treating people with reoccurring nightmares by injecting positively associated sounds into their dreams.
A research team has reported the discovery of a large extragalactic structure obscured from view beyond a portion of the Milky Way galaxy, in a new paper outlining their preliminary findings.
The recent amazing discovery of a "living fossil" revealed a species presumed to be extinct that was alive and well in an unlikely place.
A research team from MIT has figured out how to use the forces of nature to manipulate nano-scale structures, potentially revolutionizing the fabrication of computer chips, lasers, LEDs, and a number of other devices.
A new breakthrough in anti-aging science that slows the degradation of immune cells has been reported by an international team of scientists.
A newly proposed solution to a long-held quantum mystery could indicate existence is really determined by a "game" between the observer and nature.
Lightning sprites and other mysterious Transient Luminous Events (TLEs) will be explored in a new NASA-Funded citizen science project.
The speculative science of faster-than-light travel is still a dark art, so can these theories turn science fiction into science fact?
This week we’ll be looking at events leading up to a recent series of missile launches by North Korea, and what it means in terms of the country’s expanding capabilities.
North Korea reportedly fired almost two dozen missiles early on Wednesday, prompting evacuations to underground shelter facilities on South Korea’s Ulleung island.
There will be both good and bad for any future earthlings or technologies of our design that may engage in interstellar travel.
An international team of physicists says it has discovered a new way to measure time, in a research effort that led to the creation of a kind of “quantum watch.”
Composed entirely of strange “quark matter,” astronomers believe they may have discovered a long-rumored space object possessing unusual stellar qualities.
During a recent lecture at the University of Michigan that I gave, I was asked why the arrow of cosmic time is characterized by a transition from simplicity to complexity.
New discoveries by a team of astrophysicists are pointing to revelations that could challenge Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation.
Researchers from around the world recently gathered in France to discuss the best data and technical analyses involving unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).
With NASA's UAP study now underway, in recent days we learned who the space agency has selected to collect and study data related to the phenomenon.
A new study claims solar flares may actually make the planets in Trappist-1's habitability zone even more habitable than first thought. Teams using the James Webb Space Telescope are planning to search those same planets for chemical traces of extraterrestrial life, called 'biosignatures,' in their atmospheres.