George Knapp shares recent items of interest, including articles on some curious coded cubes discovered in England, an enormous survey on DMT experiences, and a warning about the dangers of discovering alien worlds.
If tales of crashed flying saucers and extraterrestrial visitors being held captive by the government are to be believed, it stands to reason that these aliens would know a thing or two about surviving under quarantine.
An enormous cache of files, records, and correspondences amassed by the late UFO researcher Stanton Friedman throughout his epic 60 years of researching the phenomenon is being cataloged by professional archivists in Canada.
A question long-pondered by UFO enthusiasts regarding whistleblower Edward Snowden has finally been answered as he says that there were no signs of alien secrets in the government files he was able to access.
UFO enthusiasts who are confident that the United States government will reveal the existence of aliens in the near future could cash in on that disclosure via an online gambling site that is now taking bets on whether or not such a scenario will unfold.
An interesting survey recently conducted in England centered around a question that has long been debated by scientists and UFO enthusiasts alike: if aliens contacted Earth, who decides whether or not we should answer?
In what shouldn't be a surprise to anyone who has spent much time on the Internet, the 'Storm Area 51' viral sensation has inspired a slew of copycat 'events' and a vast array of weird headlines related to the craze.