Part 2 of The Debrief's exclusive interview with Dr. Harold "Sonny" White, his plans for interstellar travel, and how he plans on getting us there.
NASA has released a stunning video animation of their upcoming mission to an asteroid, Psyche 16, over 370 million miles from Earth.
Sonny White left NASA in 2018, taking his Warp Drive theories with him. Now, he's given The Debrief an exclusive interview about his work.
Here are the top 3 things from outer space that can potentially wipe out the human species in a few years. This is fun, right?
Tests performed on the first two rock samples collected on Mars indicate that the planet was home to liquid water for an extended period.
Scientists have recently begun investigating whether there may be a better way to detect an earthquake and the answer may come from birds.
The Woolly Mammoth Will Be Back In 6 Years, Says New Start-Up in Partnership with Harvard University
Colossal plans on bringing the woolly mammoth back from the dead and returning an ancient species to the Arctic tundra.
Legislation contained within the upcoming FY 2022 National Defense Authorization Act calls for the establishment of a permanent office to address “unidentified...
On Thursday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law a bill that would prohibit social media companies from banning users or removing content based on a person’s “viewpoint.” The bill, which passed the Texas state legislature in early September, doesn’t specify what...
Researchers have found that elevated serotonin levels, the hormone of happiness, can prevent cocaine addiction in mice. What does this mean for us?
Supervolcano eruptions, among the most deadly events that occur on planet Earth, may remain a threat for centuries according to new research.
Four Submarines All Vanished in the Early Months of 1968. The Story Behind Their Disappearances Remains a Cold War Mystery.
Questions linger over a bizarre series of Cold War incidents involving lost submarines, which left few clues about the cause of their destruction.
New research indicates that many animals are rapidly 'shape-shifting' and changing their biology in a last-ditch effort to survive climate change.
A new study explores how multi-species microbial populations affect potable water safety during space missions proving space water is gross.
Xeric is a symbol of American innovation and industry, and their latest NASA watch commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 15 mission.
A team of researchers believes they may have the answer, and it involves using multiple quantum computers to check each other’s work, a kind of quantum computing peer review.
In response to today’s lame-ass Internet, mediated by big corporations, tech workers are bringing back 'GeoCities' style WebRings.
New Research Narrows in on the Mystery of the Evolutionary "Big Bang" of the Human Brain By Examining "Human Accelerated Regions" of Genetic Code.
Products like WonderDay Mushroom Gummies are leading the charge to help dispel that history of bad press, then startle users with their shockingly effective results.
A team of scientists says a recent analysis suggests wild octopuses may possess the ability for targeted “throwing” – a trait that’s...
Cannibalistic cane toads are causing problems in Australia, but scientists think they may still teach us a few things.
A new study says there are more interstellar objects in the Oort Cloud than previously thought, and they like wandering into our solar system.
The James Webb Space Telescope, NASA’s eagerly awaited new addition to its telescope array, has successfully completed its final run of tests, according to the space agency.
The Extraterrestrial Hypothesis: In the Debate Over UAP Origins, Scientists Wrestle With Possibilities… and Biases
As UFO interest reaches unprecedented heights, renewed favor for the "extraterrestrial hypothesis" reveals a new challenge for scientists.
An unclassified summary by the U.S. Intelligence Community shows that agencies remain divided over COVID-19 origins.
New Whale Species Named After A “God of Death” Hunted on Land and Underwater, New Fossil Discovery Indicates
Scientists discovered a fossil in Egypt's Western Desert of a whale that had four legs and could live both underwater and on land.
It has been learned in recent days that China’s National Natural Science Foundation (NNSF) is moving forward with plans to...
A research team has identified a "Hycean" exoplanet class that they believe makes excellent targets for the search for extraterrestrial life.
The phrase “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” took on a curiously literal meaning recently, after residents discovered a fully-operational Russian T-90 tank–seemingly abandoned–in a garbage dump at a deserted airfield near the Russian city of Volgograd. According to...
Bright Cellars has a focused simple goal in mind: the complete democratization of the centuries-old wine world using artificial intelligence.
It's a crappy situation, but scientists say we can solve the climate crisis by harvesting biomass from our waste to feed and fuel the world.
On August 17th, NASA released a nearly 3-minute video featuring a high-def panorama of the Martian surface shot by the Curiosity Rover.
New research has found that spiders, "nature’s engineers," build lightweight and high-performance web architectures with surprising strength and other capabilities.
7 "Star Trek" inventions that could quickly become reality, and will let humans one day boldly go where we've never gone before.
The Popigai crater, a 100-km-wide impact area in Siberia, documents events from long ago that caused one of the greatest periods of change in Earth's long history.
Many recurring themes emerged during the UFO panel at the AIAA Aviation conference, so here are 'The Debrief's Top 5 Takeaways.'
New research shows that the acoustic display of rattlesnakes, which has been interpreted for decades as a simple acoustic warning signal about the presence of the snake, is in fact a far more intricate interspecies communication signal.
With another successful flight logged on Sunday, NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has now completed a total of twelve flight missions on Mars.
World’s Largest Association of Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineers Joins Call for Scientific Inquiry of UFOs
The AIAA hosted a panel on UFOs to talk about flight safety and the fact that the scientific community should look into the phenomenon.
A recent study proposes that the key to a mystery surrounding comet-like asteroid Phaethon could be a salty one.
Climate change is affecting the effectiveness of bee flight, and while this could benefit northern bees, southern bee species are screwed.
The rocket vertical take-off Natter convinced the Allies that the Nazis broke the laws of physics towards the end of World War II.
Scientists have turned light into matter, and its counterpart antimatter, all in one step proving a nearly century-old theory as correct.
The GetxGo Modernized Emergency Kit is a perfect response to a potential threat. Basic preparedness is something everyone needs to consider.
The FAA has now confirmed that it documents UFO reports, in contrast with the agency's history of avoiding involvement with the subject.
Dr. Ryuki Hyodo explains the MSR and MMX missions, and how their search for past and present signs of life on Mars have the potential to alter the course of human history.
The Department of Defense’s Inspector General has announced the launch of a joint evaluation with the National Security Agency’s (NSA)IG to assess the NSA’s integration of artificial intelligence in signals intelligence operations. In March, the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI)...
Marijuana Can Induce Feelings of “Oceanic Boundlessness” Similar to Psychedelics, New Research Suggests
New research suggests Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC – the psychoactive ingredient most commonly found in marijuana – can induce feelings of...
A 4000-year-old tablet displays a form of geometry from Babylon, thousands of years before the math was thought to have been discovered.