Edward Lerner, physicist, computer scientist, science fiction, and techno-thrillers novelist, deconstructs the Science Behind the Fiction and the intriguing connections between scientific fact and its influence on science fiction within Western culture.
Jeffrey J. Kripal, a professor who holds the J. Newton Rayzor Chair in Philosophy and Religious Thought at Rice University, joins Chrissy Newton for a discussion about UFOs, religion, and more.
David Marler, an author, UFO historian, and the Founder of the National UFO Historical Records Center, analyzes how current UAP developments compare to historical events and examines materials recently obtained by The Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO) in his collection.
Jacques Vallée shares his thoughts on the current state of AI and UAPs, exploring what excites him but also concerns him about their present and future state.
On the Eve of An A.I. ‘Extinction Risk’? In 2023, Advancements in A.I. Signaled Promise, and Prompted Warnings from Global Leaders
In 2023, the advancement of AI has prompted concerns among government officials worldwide, who increasingly warn about potential threats to humanity.
Join Paul Root Wolpe Ph.D., Director of the Center for Ethics at Emory University joins Chrissy Newton on this installment of Rebelliously Curious.
This week, Sarah Porter sheds light on the water issues in the Southwest, providing valuable perspectives on the matter.
Chinese graduate students have developed a cost-effective 'invisibility coat' capable of concealing the human body from AI-monitored security cameras.
Canadian Journalist Hires Law Firm After Being Denied Access to Files on UAP Sightings at Nuclear Power Facilities
A Canadian journalist has enlisted the aid of a law firm to help appeal a decision involving the denial of access to records about UAP sightings over Canadian nuclear power facilities.
In this episode, Chrissy is joined by Dr. Michael P. Masters, a Professor of Biological Anthropology at Montana Tech.
Chrissy Newton is joined by Sofia Carozza, a postdoctoral researcher at Harvard Medical School, who discusses brain stochasticity.
A recent survey that reveals how partisan interests and biases influence the debate over the deletion of content on social media sites.
SETI researchers, space scientists, and artists unite to collaborate on the convergence of SETI and art with “A Sign in Space.”
According to a mathematical theory recently explored by a team of researchers, your friends are likely to have more friends than you do.
Chrissy is joined by Daniela de Paulis, an award-winning media artist and licensed radio operator who currently serves as Artist in Residence at the SETI Institute and the Green Bank Observatory.
Seth Shostak, senior astronomer at the renowned SETI Institute, joins Chrissy to discuss the intriguing questions surrounding what first contact with ET might be like.
Israel-Hamas War: These Are the Israeli-Palestinian Advocacy Groups Bringing Peacebuilding to Social Media
Mediation-oriented groups and non-profits are leading by example and urging fellow Israelis and Palestinians to come together and find a mutual solution to end the war.
Larry Hancock, Former US Air Force Staff Sergeant Master Instructor, and SCU Board Member and Team Leader of the UAP Intentions Study Project, deconstructs his paper the “UAP Indications Analysis 1945-1975, United States Atomic Warfare Complex".
Jim Smith, Professor of Environmental Science in the School of the Environment, Geography, and Geosciences at the University of Portsmouth, joins Chrissy Newton to discuss the science and what we should know about radioactive wastewater.
Veteran Navy SEAL Marcus Capone discusses psychedelic-assisted therapies and their potential benefit for former U.S. armed service personnel.
In this interview, Chrissy Newton speaks with Ted Roe, the Founder of the UAP Medical Coalition and NARCAP (National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena).
In this episode of Rebelliously Curious, Richard Mansell, discusses his cutting-edge solar-powered thruster that taps energy from the Sun.
Chrissy Newton is joined by Thomas Olson, Director of Business Development for Avealto, to discuss how his team is playing a crucial role in bringing wireless technology to the masses.
Journalists Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal explain how their recent breaking news story with The Debrief involving the claims of a former intelligence community insider came to light in this episode of Rebelliously Curious.
In this podcast, John Gruener, a space scientist from NASA's Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science (ARES) Division, explains why lunar soil is crucial for future human missions to the Moon, and shares his passion for space farming.
Chrissy Newton is joined by guest Paul Hynek for a discussion about his late father, J. Allen Hynek, the renowned astronomer, professor, and ufologist who served as a scientific advisor to the U.S. Air Force on three projects related to UFO studies from the 1940s to the 1960s.
Chrissy Newton talks with Bryan Bender about the process of news dissemination and how he first learned about the 2017 New York Times UAP story.
Robert Millman joins Chrissy to discuss the DARPA "Whisper Beam” and the future of faster, cleaner, quieter, and more economical travel.
Former Navy fighter pilot Ryan Graves joins Chrissy Newton to discuss pilot safety and action based solutions on how to change UAP reporting issues.
Writer, producer, co-host of the podcast Need To Know and former CNN correspondent Bryce Zabel joins Chrissy Newton to discuss how Hollywood has played a major role in propelling cultural feedback loops within pop culture surrounding the UAP topic.
Several recent pilot UFO sightings may have been explained, but ongoing incidents involving unidentified aerial phenomena point to safety issues and other challenges for aviators.
“Any Idea What They Are?” American Pilots Report Multiple Encounters with Unusual ‘Racetrack’ UAP in Recent Weeks
Pilots and crews from more than 15 commercial aircraft say they have recently encountered unusual "Racetrack" UAP in American airspace.