New research looking into the effects of time dilation may help researchers unlock the mysterious nature of Dark Matter and the accelerated expansion of the universe by supporting or disproving the theories of Albert Einstein
“Essential for Life” Amino Acid Found in Interstellar Space, Increasing Chances Extraterrestrial Life is Common
A Spanish researcher who has previously discovered water, carbon dioxide and other key life-supporting chemicals in an interstellar region of space where planets and stars are born says she has now found the life-supporting amino acid tryptophan in the same place.
Organic phosphates have been found spewing from the subsurface ocean of Saturn's moon Enceladus, increasing its chances of hosting life.
There May Be Hundreds of Millions of Habitable Planets in the Milky Way Galaxy, New Analysis Reveals
A new study examining the orbital eccentricity of exoplanets has determined that as many as 1 in 3 planets orbiting the billions of M-dwarf stars in the Miky Way galaxy may be habitable.
IN an effort to help U.S. forces defend against the rapidly increasing threat from low-cost enemy drones, Raytheon Technologies has delivered the first fully portable, combat-ready drone to the Air Force.
Attorneys from the Compass Rose Legal group, who represented UAP whistleblower David Grusch in his Intelligence Community Inspector General complaint say they have ended their association with the former intelligence officer after they "successfully defended Mr. Grusch against retaliation."
The Alternative Propulsion and Engineering Conference returns this Saturday, June 10th, including discussions of Warp drive, anti-gravity and even UAPs.
Prior to launching a recent story on alleged U.S. government crash retrieval efforts by Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Kean,...
Christopher Plain sat down with Debrief Co-founder and investigative reporter Tim McMillan to learn about all of the fact-checking and background research that was done by The Debrief's investigative team beforehand.
In a one on one interview, Debrief Co-founder and professional investigator Tim McMillan outlines the steps he and his investigators undertook to fact check the key components of Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal's latest groundbreaking UAP story.
Tim Burchett Talks UAPs, Destroyed Data, Honeypots, Whistleblowers and Corruption with Chrissy Newton
In the latest episode of Rebelliously Curious, The Debrief's Chrissy Newton goes one on one with U.S. Representative Tim Burchett to discuss UAPs, crash retrievals, whistleblowers and corruption.
Ukrainian Defense officials say that the Storm Shadow Long Range missiles provided by Great Britain have been wreaking havoc on Russian forces with 100% accuracy.
The U.S. Air Force and MIT Successfully Fly Aircraft Using “Jam-Proof” AI-Enhanced Magnetic Navigation
A collaboration between the Air Force and MIT called MagNav completed the first successful flight of a DOD aircraft using AI-enhanced magnetic navigation as a substitute for GPS.
Researchers funded by the National Institute of Health are beginning human clinical trials on a drug that can help people survive a dirty bomb attack, an accidental ingestion of nuclear material, or even a nuclear war.
With a highly classified solicitation sent out to industry partners, the United States Air Force is looking to award a contract in 2024 to replace the F-22 with a Next Generation Air Dominance (NGAD) fighter.
In a study of university professors, associate professors and assistant professors across a range of disciplines, 19% say that they or someone they know has witnessed an Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon, or UAP.
The Australian Department of Defence has announced plans to begin building a combat laser so powerful that it can literally stop a tank in its tracks.
The University of Waterloo researchers say they have developed a "super finder" robot that uses a camera and artificial intelligence to help people with dementia and either memory-related disabilities keep track of everyday items they can regularly lose.
The Official Chinese Government Media is reporting that they have developed a handheld railgun with some impressive performance claims.
For the first time ever, researchers using the James Webb Space Telescope have successfully measured the light coming from a sub-Neptune-sized exoplanet that orbits a star only 40 light years away.
Hoping to upgrade its aging fleet of Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles, the U.S. Air Force is asking its industry partners for ideas on a more accurate and more lethal Next Generation Reentry Vehicle.
U.S. Air Force is Building Its Powerful New JESTR Rocket Project to Test Short-Burn Advanced Weapons
The United States Air Force is building a new set of rockets and test tracks that will aid in the development of advanced weapons that need to be tested in high-speed fast-burn scenarios.
In the latest episode of Rebelliously Curious, The Debrief's Chrissy Newtn sits down with NASA Astromaterials expert and former "space farmer" John E. Gruener.
The U.S.> Army has awarded contractor Lockheed Martin over $4.7 billion to deliver the guided version of its Multiple Launch Rockets System, or MLRS, by 2026.
The Chicago O’Hare UAP Incident: Physics Team’s Analysis Offers a Fresh Look at This Famous 2006 Case
According to a group of physicists, witness descriptions of the famous 2006 Chicago O’Hare UAP incident are suggestive of a form of advanced propulsion that may one day revolutionize space travel.
A new study proposes that Dark Matter, the elusive substance that makes up 85% of the universe, is likely made up of ultralight particles known as axions and not the Weakly Interacting Massive Particles, or WIMPs, favored by most current theories.
How to land a rocket on another planet, moon, or even a comet without completely destroying the landing site or damaging the craft.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Accelerator Facility Reveals Stunning Details in Virtual Tour
The Thomas Jefferson Lab has released an interactive map that lets users take a virtual tour of their National Accelerator Facility.
Air Force Releases Footage of its Devastating ‘QUICKSINK’ Smart Bomb Blasting a Massive Cargo Ship in Half
A new video released by the Air Force Research Laboratory shows the lethal QUICKSINK smart bomb sinking a derelict cargo ship to the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico in one single shot, a feat usually reserved for submarine-launched torpedoes.
A potentially "illuminating" new theory says that the universe's first light may have been ripped from the fabric of space/time by the extreme forces of gravity in the form of gravitational waves that existed right after the big bang.
Potentially invoking horrifying images of George Orwell's "thought police" or Phillip K. DIck's "pre-crime" police force, a team of Japanese researchers say they have taught a specialized AI to scan people's brains and almost perfectly recreate whatever image they are thinking about.
Einstein’s Theory of Gravity in Question? What a New Map Detailing One of the Great “Mysteries of the Cosmos” Helps Reveal
A stunningly detailed cosmological map that covers about of quarter of the entire sky shows the effects of dark matter on the cosmic microwave background radiation, lending strong support for Albert Einstein's theory of gravity.
Researchers have developed a new method for creating realistic 3D holographic projections that are three orders of magnitude better than the current state-of-the-art technology.
UFO Documentary ‘Accidental Truth’ Makes Strongest Case Yet for Crash Retrievals, Vehicles of Non-Human Origin
A brand new, award-winning documentary from MUFON TV founder Ron James presents an impassioned argument that UFOs have crashed here on earth and that they are of non-human origin.
Researchers from the international think tank Applied Physics say they have created an artificial black hole in the lab that will help bring about the development of a working warp drive spaceship.
After nearly two decades of research and development, Raytheon Technologies is preparing to deliver 1,500 StormBreaker smart weapons to the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy.
A new paper from the University of Tokyo suggests that astrobiologists could find signs of alien life in particles of space dust that have been ejected from exoplanets and traveled across the vastness of space to reach earth.
A new company called HyperCycle is enabling the development of global artificial intelligence by allowing localized AI systems to communicate and compete in an entirely new way.
As a final phase of its HAWC hypersonic missile program, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the folks at Electric Sky are moving closer to revolutionizing electric aviation by making its Whisper Beam power-beaming system a reality.
Australian researchers have measured the effects of massive galactic-scale shockwaves rippling through the cosmic web, a structure that encompasses all of the matter in the known universe.
A naturally-occurring enzyme that helps some forms of bacteria survive in extreme environments has that seemingly magical ability to make electricity out of thin air.
In a breakthrough for photonics previously considered impossible, researchers have shown the ability to manipulate microscopic objects with light at the sub-wavelength scale.
Researchers from Northwestern University have developed a "magic" bandage that accelerates healing by harvesting electricity out of thin air.
Egyptian Antiquities officials say researchers from the ScanPyramids Project have discovered a previously hidden corridor within the Great Pyramid of Giza
International military contractor Rafael Defense Systems has released a video of their new anti-drone Typhoon weapons platform upgrade
New research shows how "mystical" and "insightful" one's experience is while taking psychedelics may directly affect how beneficial those drugs are for treating anxiety, depression, and even PTSD.
A potentially revolutionary system designed to use human brain waves to control robot dogs is ushering in a new era of battlefield technology based on a form of AI-enhanced 'telepathy'.
Researchers from the University of California, Davis, believe they now understand why psychedelic drugs like LSD, MDMA, and mushrooms rapidly regrow neural connections within the brain.
The magic angel where bilayer graphene turns into a superconductor may have already been revealed in the famous double-slit experiment that showed electrons can be both particles and waves.