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Ariel: Contract signed to build European planet telescope
Ariel: Contract signed to build European planet telescope
The observatory will study planets around other stars to try to understand how these objects formed and how they have evolved through time.— BBC News

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Aztec Altar Secretly Built After the Spanish Conquest Discovered in Mexico City
Aztec Altar Secretly Built After the Spanish Conquest Discovered in Mexico City
Researchers found incense burners, a vessel containing cremated remains and other artifacts in the former capital of Tenochtitlán.— Smithsonian Magazine
Argentina: CRONICA TV Interviews Teleportation (or Abduction) Victim
Argentina: CRONICA TV Interviews Teleportation (or Abduction) Victim
A woman in La Pampa saw a very bright light in her patio, vanished for 24 hours, and reappeared 65 kilometers away.— Inexplicata
Alligator rescued from frigid river in Pennsylvania
Alligator rescued from frigid river in Pennsylvania
The owner of a Pennsylvania reptile sanctuary rescued a 3-foot alligator spotted by fishermen in the frigid waters of a river.— UPI
A Flaky Croissant-Shaped Bubble Surrounds Our Solar System, Scientists Say
A Flaky Croissant-Shaped Bubble Surrounds Our Solar System, Scientists Say
The heliosphere surrounding our solar system appears to be more flaky and delicious than we thought, and scientists are figuring out why.— Motherboard
Elon Musk said Neuralink hopes to start implanting its brain chips in humans in 2022
Elon Musk said Neuralink hopes to start implanting its brain chips in humans in 2022
The first humans to receive the chips would be people with severe spinal-cord injuries.— Business Insider
Galaxy Discovered With No Trace of Dark Matter
Galaxy Discovered With No Trace of Dark Matter
An international team of astronomers led by researchers from the Netherlands has found no trace of dark matter in the galaxy AGC 114905.— Royal Astronomical Society
Switzerland Approves Assisted ‘Suicide Capsule’
Switzerland Approves Assisted ‘Suicide Capsule’
The country’s medical review board has authorized the use of the Sarco Suicide Pod, which is a 3-D-printed portable coffin-like capsule.— Daily Beast
Researchers Achieve Mind Control Using Only Light
Researchers Achieve Mind Control Using Only Light
The South Korean research team says the process is fully reversible and has already been used successfully on mice in a lab.— The Debrief
Cobra with head stuck in beer can rescued in India
Cobra with head stuck in beer can rescued in India
A video from the scene shows a rescue using a pair of scissors to carefully cut through the can and free the snake.— UPI
The Promise and Terror of Artificial Intelligence
The Promise and Terror of Artificial Intelligence
AI systems aren’t living up to the promise of science fiction, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t being deployed in dangerous ways.— Motherboard
Why alien hunters have spent 60 years finding new solutions for the Drake Equation
Why alien hunters have spent 60 years finding new solutions for the Drake Equation
Astronomer Frank Drake came up with the famous formula as he prepared for a last-minute meeting in 1961. It still guides the search for intelligent life beyond Earth.— National Geographic
A Set of Ancient Footprints May Have Belonged to an Unknown Human Ancestor
A Set of Ancient Footprints May Have Belonged to an Unknown Human Ancestor
The prints were originally attributed to bears, but further analysis reveals that they don’t match bears—or any known human ancestors either.— Smithsonian Magazine
The Mystery of Monsters and Railroads: What’s the Connection?
The Mystery of Monsters and Railroads: What’s the Connection?
There are more than a few cases in which monsters have been seen at railroad tracks writes Nick Redfern.— Mysterious Universe
Humans were already the dominant predatory species on Earth — 2 million years ago
Humans were already the dominant predatory species on Earth — 2 million years ago
Researchers at Tel Aviv University say evidence points to early humans being “apex predators."— Study Finds
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's... SpaceX Starlink satellites seen from Western NC
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's... SpaceX Starlink satellites seen from Western NC
Bright lights in the sky, streaming together almost like a comet, no sound. This is what many in the mountains saw when they looked into the sky Saturday night.— WLOS
Rover to investigate mystery cube-shaped object on the Moon
Rover to investigate mystery cube-shaped object on the Moon
China's Yutu-2 rover has set its sights on a very strange object spotted far off in the distance.— Unexplained Mysteries
Octavia Spencer claims her house is haunted by ghost of a Western film star
Octavia Spencer claims her house is haunted by ghost of a Western film star
Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer has revealed that the ghost of an unnamed, old-Hollywood Western film star is currently residing in her house.— New York Post
'World's most advanced' humanoid robot is unveiled in a UK lab
'World's most advanced' humanoid robot is unveiled in a UK lab
Named Ameca, it was created in a British lab and has eerily realistic movements and facial expressions.— Mail Online
MH370: Could missing Malaysian Airlines plane finally be found?
MH370: Could missing Malaysian Airlines plane finally be found?
The disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines flight, carrying 239 passengers and crew, is one of the world's biggest aviation mysteries.— BBC News
'Get Back' used machine learning to restore the Beatles' sound and footage
'Get Back' used machine learning to restore the Beatles' sound and footage
Featurette dives into the details of restoring the archival footage from director Michael Lindsay-Hogg's 1970 "Let it Be" documentary.— Variety
Riegelsville mayor still haunted by Bigfoot encounter
Riegelsville mayor still haunted by Bigfoot encounter
Mayor Greg Stokes experienced something while camping in 1984 that would stay with him for the rest of his days.— Unexplained Mysteries
On the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, scientists find a surprise: Coastal life
On the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, scientists find a surprise: Coastal life
Scientists documented more than 40 coastal species clinging to plastic trash, including mussels, barnacles and shrimp-like amphipods.— NBC News
Remains of Denisovans and Neanderthal are uncovered together in a Siberian cave
Remains of Denisovans and Neanderthal are uncovered together in a Siberian cave
Remains of three Denisovans and one Neanderthal dating back 200,000 years have been uncovered in a Siberian cave, experts reveal.— Mail Online
International Space Station swerves to avoid space junk
International Space Station swerves to avoid space junk
The International Space Station had to adjust its orbit to avoid collision with a piece of debris from a US rocket.— CNN
Newfound rocky exoplanet has a year less than 8 hours long
Newfound rocky exoplanet has a year less than 8 hours long
The scorching-hot GJ 367b is unlike anything in our own solar system.— Space.com
New Government UFO Report Hints at Surprising Science
New Government UFO Report Hints at Surprising Science
A 2021 Intelligence report on UFOs describes “advanced technology.”— Psychology Today
A Man Grew a Tooth in His Nose
A Man Grew a Tooth in His Nose
Ectopic teeth are rare, and it's even rarer to have one sticking into your nose.— Gizmodo
Firm will pay you $280,000 to use your face on a robot
Firm will pay you $280,000 to use your face on a robot
Applicants should have a "kind and friendly" face and will also need to be over the age of 25.— Unexplained Mysteries
Europa Becomes Next Target in NASA's Hunt for Life
Europa Becomes Next Target in NASA's Hunt for Life
A new, dedicated mission will peer miles below Europa’s icy surface to determine if the sea of water hidden underneath is capable of supporting life.— The Debrief

Last Night

Herbalism & Cells / Spirit & Soul Progression
Herbalism & Cells / Spirit & Soul Progression
Herbalist Matthew Wood talked about plant remedies and the concept of the extracellular matrix. Followed by intuitive medium Geoffrey Jowett on guardian angels, soul progression, and spiritual art.
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