New research shows how light therapy can "supercharge" the brains of normal healthy adults, improving cognitive processes and other functions.
Nuclear weapons are the most destructive devices the world is ever known, and shockingly, the U.S. military has a habit of losing them.
The rediscovery of a Babylonian tablet might be the world’s oldest ghost story... and it arrives just in time for Halloween.
Wind Rider, also called a Plasma Magnet, is a solar wind catching sail that can reach the outer solar system quickly without chemical fuel.
Calling on Congress for public hearings, several former USAF officers say they witnessed UFOs during incidents at nuclear bases.
Ex-Pentagon Staffer Luis Elizondo talks UFOs Over Nuclear Sites and Chinese State-Sponsored UAP Research On “Rebelliously Curious with Chrissy Newton”
Former intelligence agent Luis Elizondo joins Chrissy Newton on The Debrief's 'Rebelliously Curious" to talk about UAP over nuclear sites.
A recent study by a team of scientists says that under the right conditions, a nuclear blast actually could be used to save the Earth from an incoming asteroid.
Vumacam's spy cameras are allegedly siphoning power from South Africa's dwindling power grid, while the company denies wrongdoing, people are nervous.
The ISS lost control recently when a Russian thruster accidentally fired. The Debrief examines the last 5 incidents on the station that put it at risk.
New research has pinpointed specific personality traits in squirrels that can have a significant effect on success or the risk of early death.
New research reveals that some solar systems around white dwarfs can survive the volatile period toward the end of a dying star's lifespan.
A proof-of-concept study has demonstrated how a brain implant could treat depression by electrically stimulating specific brain regions.
Strange radio waves detected by astronomers in recent days have led some to believe that a hidden stellar object may be lurking near the center of the Milky Way.
A Canadian woman recently had a rude awakening as a meteorite tore through the ceiling of her home, covering her in debris and prompting a 911 call.
Even if you aren't the captain of a spacecraft in a science fiction universe, you can still enjoy a space-age cocktail at one of our top ten favorite sci-fi bars.
The history of war is tied to that of science, and gunpowder is an essential part of our development. What if it wasn't?
Scientists are taking the search for extraterrestrial life beneath the icy surface of Jupiter's moon Europa.
New research shows that nitrogen-fixing bacteria can help plants grow better in Mars-like soils, putting us on the path to astroagriculture.
Michelin presented the WISAMO project, a giant inflatable sail the company wants to install on all maritime vessels to reduce carbon emissions.
Engineers have successfully demonstrated how water and oxygen can be extracted by the heating of lunar soil. We can all breath easy now.
New research demonstrating quantum motion within fractals, has laid the foundation for further exploring the theory of quantum consciousness.
An international team have determined that Mar's Jezero Crater once contained a massive river delta like those found on Earth.
A team of researchers think they've found the protein responsible for how our memories get hardwired into our brain. What could go wrong?
Researchers conducted a study discovering that a coronavirus outbreak occurred about 20,000 years ago, leaving traces in modern DNA.
Scientists are working to produce a chemical scarecrow to ward off predatory insects, which relies on what they call "fear in a bottle".
New research suggests that music could play a beneficial role in psilocybin therapy, a form of treatment of depression and other mental health conditions.
Wayforward Machine gives us a glimpse at what the Internet of 2046 may look like... and it's really concerning.
New research published in the British Journal of Psychology suggests people tend to believe conspiracy theories for the same reason they enjoy...
Babbel is innovating again, this time by balancing the convenience of app learning with the unquestioned value of live, in-person language training.
This transdermal patch will deliver psilocin, the active ingredient in psilocybin mushrooms, with fewer risks for medical treatment.
House Intelligence Committee Approves Bill to Mandate Intelligence Sharing in “Pursuit of Unexplained Aerial Phenomena”
Recent legislation approved by the House Intelligence Committee includes a mandate that would increase the sharing of data collected about unexplained aerial phenomena (UAP), according to language within the bill.
Lurking in orbit around our Sun and sharing a path with Jupiter are the mysterious Trojan asteroid swarms, which astronomers have now trained their sights on for future study.
It is among the oldest and greatest questions humans have ever asked: what happens after we die? Since early times,...
Geologie realizes skincare falls somewhere between finally mowing the back lawn and chatting with their significant other about The Bachelor on their priorities list.
Perttu Polonen makes a case for an approach to child education that will be critical to preparing them for a marketplace defined by change.
Could new treatments for Covid-19 come from the carrier of the disease itself? Bats may just be our answer to curing COVID-19.
New U.S. Army-funded research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reveals gene-editing techniques can be used as a...
The Zebra is all about making auto insurance as simple and hassle-free as possible. Average customers save around $440 annually on car insurance by using it.
Astronomers have discovered a giant "void" in our Milky Way, and for the first time, you can use your phone to see it up close.
A top 5 list of where scientists think I can find my hot alien boyfriend, or where alien technosignatures may be hiding in our solar system.
Astronomers have now detected clouds on a gas giant exoplanet nearly 520 light-years from Earth.
The Debrief’s Chrissy Newton sits down with Area 51 veteran engineer TD Barnes to learn about his decades working at the top-secret facility.
Former New York Times reporter Ralph Blumenthal explores the rise of the alien abduction phenomenon and the people who experience it.
From the very moment humans started grouping in complex centralized societies, people became obsessed with the idea of civilization’s collapse. In fact, the destruction, salvation, and rebirth of society are some of the central tenets of virtually every major organized...
If something anomalous is in the sky, it stands to reason that the Space Force has data on it. Now, it may be forced to declassify that data.
They wanted to defy a basic and fundamental force of the universe: gravity. Welcome to the wildest bunch of scientists you've ever met.
Scientists Used Electricity to Alter Our Understanding of Liquids, Then They Made This Amazing Video
A mesmerizing 2-minute video released by researchers from Aalto University in Finland shows how various liquids reacted to electric fields, and it is weird.
Study Finds Disinformation is Being Used to Manipulate Western Media… Like it Has Been Doing for Centuries
Researchers at Cardiff University say Western Media is being steered by Russian propaganda, but archaeology reveals it is a practice with ancient roots.