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Scientists Shocked by Electric Rocks Producing Oxygen in Deep Ocean
Scientists Shocked by Electric Rocks Producing Oxygen in Deep Ocean
The discovery that electric rocks make oxygen challenges the long-held belief that only photosynthetic organisms produce our planet's oxygen.— Gizmodo

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Mercury Has an Eleven-Mile-Thick Layer of Diamonds, Scientists Found
Mercury Has an Eleven-Mile-Thick Layer of Diamonds, Scientists Found
The tiny world harbors a glittering interior fit to be the jewel in the crown of our Solar System.— Futurism
Meditation can be harmful – and can even make mental health problems worse
Meditation can be harmful – and can even make mental health problems worse
In the past eight years there has been a surge of scientific research in this area.— The Conversation
Kecksburg celebrates UFO Festival, attracting believers, others
Kecksburg celebrates UFO Festival, attracting believers, others
The tiny village of Kecksburg in Mt. Pleasant Township is once again the center of attention this past weekend.— Trib Live
Aurora alert: Possible geomagnetic storm could bring northern lights as far south as New York
Aurora alert: Possible geomagnetic storm could bring northern lights as far south as New York
Northern lights could be visible over some northern and upper Midwest states.— Space.com
UFO Expert Spots Orb In The Sky, Claims Aliens Followed Him Home
UFO Expert Spots Orb In The Sky, Claims Aliens Followed Him Home
Recently, a UFO investigator spotted a strange orb that he believes followed him home after visiting the British Roswell.— News 18
Eerie Video Shows Boy Disappear From Ride At Carnival
Eerie Video Shows Boy Disappear From Ride At Carnival
One mom left a carnival with an incredibly strange experience she will never forget.— iHeart
Study reveals if we will be able to talk to aliens if we met them
Study reveals if we will be able to talk to aliens if we met them
People are anticipating extraterrestrial life and have no idea how communication would unfold but recent studies have intriguing opinions.— GOOD
Explorers who say they found Amelia Earhart’s plane share discovery
Explorers who say they found Amelia Earhart’s plane share discovery
It’s one of the greatest unsolved mysteries ever, but we might now be on the verge of discovering what happened to Amelia Earhart‘s plane.— Fox 8
Massive, Mysterious Objects Detected Floating Through Deep Space
Massive, Mysterious Objects Detected Floating Through Deep Space
"I have been warned not to call them planets, not to call them dark matter."— The Byte
'Almost complete' dinosaur fossil revealed after historic flooding rains in Brazil
'Almost complete' dinosaur fossil revealed after historic flooding rains in Brazil
Erosion caused by heavy rains in parts of Brazil earlier this year uncovered an "almost complete" skeleton of a dinosaur that lived about 233 million years ago during the Triassic Period.— Yahoo! News
Scotland's own 'Bermuda Triangle' still intrigues over 30 years on
Scotland's own 'Bermuda Triangle' still intrigues over 30 years on
One part of Scotland has become synonymous with strange phenomena, UFO sightings and other weirdness.— Unexplained Mysteries
The 13 ghosts that 'haunt' London attraction - including one who 'frightens visitors to death'
The 13 ghosts that 'haunt' London attraction - including one who 'frightens visitors to death'
Numerous ghosts are said to haunt the grounds of the Tower of London - including some famous faces from history.— Mirror
Space photo of the week: 55 years ago, the 'world's loneliest man' snapped the iconic Apollo 11 image
Space photo of the week: 55 years ago, the 'world's loneliest man' snapped the iconic Apollo 11 image
Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins snapped the iconic photo of his crewmates and Earth on July 21, 1969.— Live Science
Rare 4,000-year-old artifact mentioned in the Bible discovered in Israel's 'Cave of Skulls'
Rare 4,000-year-old artifact mentioned in the Bible discovered in Israel's 'Cave of Skulls'
They discovered a 3,800-year-old textile colored with 'scarlet worm,' a dye that is mentioned 25 times in scripture, in a cave in Israel.— Daily Mail
Witness from Missouri claims to have communicated with 'Bigfoot'
Witness from Missouri claims to have communicated with 'Bigfoot'
An audio clip detailing a man's alleged encounter with a strange creature has recently resurfaced online.— Unexplained Mysteries
NASA's Curiosity rover finds pure sulfur in Martian rocks
NASA's Curiosity rover finds pure sulfur in Martian rocks
The six-wheeled rover has spotted sulfur on Mars before, but only in a mixture with other minerals.— Space.com
'Broken piece of alien spacecraft' found is 'so light it won't bend a flower'
'Broken piece of alien spacecraft' found is 'so light it won't bend a flower'
A group of UFO fanatics have claimed to have tiny objects believed to be debris from a 'crashed UFO' given to them from a Russian man who said he was handed them by aliens.— Mirror
What life on the moon will really look like
What life on the moon will really look like
Plans to put a human colony on the moon took a promising step forward this week as scientists in Italy revealed they've found the first lunar cave.— Mail Online
How the surging demand for energy and rise of AI is straining the power grid in the U.S.
How the surging demand for energy and rise of AI is straining the power grid in the U.S.
A ChatGPT query uses nearly 10 times the electricity of a typical internet search.— CBS News
Exoplanet-hunting telescope to begin search for another Earth in 2026
Exoplanet-hunting telescope to begin search for another Earth in 2026
PLATO, or PLAnetary Transits and Oscillations of stars, is being built to find nearby potentially habitable worlds around Sun-like stars.— Royal Astronomical Society
Aliens May Live In Venus's Clouds, Astrophysicists Say
Aliens May Live In Venus's Clouds, Astrophysicists Say
Some gases cannot easily be explained by atmospheric or geological phenomena on Venus, meaning they could be possible biosignatures.— Newsweek
Major breakthrough as scientists solve 'never reported' Pompeii mystery
Major breakthrough as scientists solve 'never reported' Pompeii mystery
Two bodies from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius were not killed by volcanic fumes, but by earthquakes that happened at the same time.— Daily Express
Deep space really is completely dark, New Horizons shows
Deep space really is completely dark, New Horizons shows
From inside our Solar System, zodiacal light prevents us from seeing true darkness. From billions of miles away, New Horizons finally can.— Big Think
To Find Alien Life, We Might Have to Kill It
To Find Alien Life, We Might Have to Kill It
Missions to explore other worlds could disrupt or destroy extraterrestrial life in the process of seeking it.— Wired
UFO hunters claim to have debris from alien craft lighter than a petal
UFO hunters claim to have debris from alien craft lighter than a petal
Tiny scraps of the sample — which is lighter than a flower petal and gold-tinged — were shown off for the first time this week.— Daily Mail
Stone Age humans had 4-inch holes drilled in skulls to free demons
Stone Age humans had 4-inch holes drilled in skulls to free demons
The high survival rate is a clear indication of the high level of skill and experience of these early surgeons.— Boing Boing
Don't Swim In This Haunted Yosemite Lake If You Hear Crying
Don't Swim In This Haunted Yosemite Lake If You Hear Crying
One challenging trail takes hikers to a small alpine lake that highlights the dark side of Yosemite.— The Travel
NASA Broadcasts First Hip-Hop Song to Space
NASA Broadcasts First Hip-Hop Song to Space
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has successfully transmitted Missy Elliott’s groundbreaking 1997 single ‘The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)’.— EDM Tunes
Top 11 scary sea creatures that will send chills down your spine
Top 11 scary sea creatures that will send chills down your spine
The deepest reaches of the sea contain a plethora of creepy creatures that have adapted strange appearances.— Briefly

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War on Cars / Faith and UFOs
War on Cars / Faith and UFOs
Jay Beeber with the National Motorists Association argued that the act of driving has become overly regulated and villainized in recent years. Followed by UFO experiencer Chris Bledsoe on his various close encounters in North Carolina.

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