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Terrified family flees home due to paranormal phenomena
Terrified family flees home due to paranormal phenomena
The family ended up living in a caravan in their neighbor's drive while they looked for a new home.— Unexplained Mysteries

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Japanese Robotics Company Creates Humanoid Heavy Machinery
Japanese Robotics Company Creates Humanoid Heavy Machinery
It's capable of performing all kinds of useful chores while also appealing to fans of mecha manga and anime.— Oddity Central
US military recently fired on a jellyfish-like UFO
US military recently fired on a jellyfish-like UFO
The number of UFO sightings in “war zone areas” has increased dramatically since 2021.— Anomalien
The "Guy Hottel" Memo and the Crashed Flying Saucers of New Mexico, March 22, 1950
The "Guy Hottel" Memo and the Crashed Flying Saucers of New Mexico, March 22, 1950
Hottel describes information from an Air Force investigator, in which three flying saucers had been recovered.— Black Vault
Giant Storks Lived With Mysterious Hobbit Humans
Giant Storks Lived With Mysterious Hobbit Humans
New evidence shows Homo floresiensis had to fend off giant flying storks that were previously thought to be flightless.— Mysterious Universe
Futurologist says waterless dishwashers, self-stocking fridges, vertical farms will be mainstream by 2050
Futurologist says waterless dishwashers, self-stocking fridges, vertical farms will be mainstream by 2050
An expert says people will be ultra-sonically blasting their clothes clean, and families will think eating bugs for dinner is mainstream.— Study Finds
Weird deep-sea worm looks like a luminous lump of spaghetti
Weird deep-sea worm looks like a luminous lump of spaghetti
The bizarre pom-pom creature is yet to be officially named.— Live Science
Interstellar Archaeology: The Search for Non-Terrestrial Artifacts
Interstellar Archaeology: The Search for Non-Terrestrial Artifacts
Our search for interstellar artifacts could unravel either functional devices or defunct space trash that aged beyond its lifetime.— The Debrief
Bringing Back the Woolly Mammoth
Bringing Back the Woolly Mammoth
Americans have long understood the species’ extinction as a warning. But is trying to “de-extinct” it really a good idea?— New Yorker
Toronto billboard offers a single stick of string cheese for trade
Toronto billboard offers a single stick of string cheese for trade
The billboard, erected this week in Yonge-Dundas Square, offers up a single marble-flavored stick of Black Diamond Cheese String.— UPI
'Moment of Contact' documentary to explore 'Roswell of Brazil'
'Moment of Contact' documentary to explore 'Roswell of Brazil'
A new documentary by filmmaker James Fox will explore the circumstances surrounding the incident.— Unexplained Mysteries
What a decade of Curiosity has taught us about life on Mars
What a decade of Curiosity has taught us about life on Mars
Ten years ago, engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab celebrated the successful landing of its fourth robot on Mars, The Curiosity rover.— NPR
'Unprecedented' rain, flooding shuts Death Valley, swallowing cars, stranding hundreds
'Unprecedented' rain, flooding shuts Death Valley, swallowing cars, stranding hundreds
Death Valley National Park, famous for its parched, otherworldly landscapes, closed completely Friday due to historic rainfall and flash flooding.— Los Angeles Times
Discoveries in Pompeii reveal lives of lower and middle classes
Discoveries in Pompeii reveal lives of lower and middle classes
Archaeologists are enriching our knowledge about those who were 'vulnerable class during political crises and food shortages.'— The Guardian
Who will be the first woman to walk on the moon?
Who will be the first woman to walk on the moon?
How a helicopter-flying mother of twin girls, ex-UK rugby star and an Iraq War vet nicknamed 'Annimal' are among nine female astronauts who could make a lunar landing in 2025.— Daily Mail
Earth is spinning faster than it should be and no one is sure why
Earth is spinning faster than it should be and no one is sure why
The planet recorded two of its shortest days in recent history. What is going on?— Salon
How the secrets of ancient cuneiform texts are being revealed by AI
How the secrets of ancient cuneiform texts are being revealed by AI
AI is helping us piece together this ancient Mesopotamian script, revealing the incredible stories of men, women and children at the dawn of history.— New Scientist
NOAA warns US could be hit by double the usual number of hurricanes this fall
NOAA warns US could be hit by double the usual number of hurricanes this fall
Federal officials predict up to 20 named storms for the Atlantic Ocean this year.— Daily Mail
Top scientist admits 'space telescope image' was actually a slice of chorizo
Top scientist admits 'space telescope image' was actually a slice of chorizo
A French scientist has apologized after tweeting a photo of a slice of chorizo, claiming it was an image of a distant star taken by the James Webb Space Telescope.— CNN
Piece of SpaceX capsule crashes to Earth in field
Piece of SpaceX capsule crashes to Earth in field
When Mick Miners, a farmer in New South Wales, Australia, first saw a large black object sticking out of the ground in a remote part of his land, he thought it was a dead tree.— BBC News
Earendel: The Most Distant Star in the Universe Seen Through the Eye of Webb
Earendel: The Most Distant Star in the Universe Seen Through the Eye of Webb
According to NASA, the enigmatic Earendel "is so far away that its light has taken 12.9 billion years to reach Earth."— The Debrief
The Super Senses of Dogs
The Super Senses of Dogs
Dogs use their keen senses to help humans, and new wonders are being found.— Psychology Today
Minnesota woman's fingernails dubbed the world's longest
Minnesota woman's fingernails dubbed the world's longest
Diana Armstrong's fingernails have a combined length of 42 feet and 10.4 inches.— UPI
The Most Dangerous Creatures in the World of the Paranormal
The Most Dangerous Creatures in the World of the Paranormal
Among Nick Redfern's list is Nyalmo, a huge, dangerous off-shoot of the Abominable Snowman.— Mysterious Universe
The 3-inch ‘shrunken head’ that’s real! Centuries-old South American ‘tsantsa’ is from a human
The 3-inch ‘shrunken head’ that’s real! Centuries-old South American ‘tsantsa’ is from a human
New CT scans show the shrunken head, donated to a museum in Canada, was once the head of a Peruvian Indian woman.— DailyMail.com
After death, you’re aware that you’ve died, say scientists
After death, you’re aware that you’ve died, say scientists
Your subjective experience might not end the moment your heart stops, research on near-death experiences suggests.— Big Think
Footprints Discovery Suggests Ancient ‘Ghost Tracks’ May Cover the West
Footprints Discovery Suggests Ancient ‘Ghost Tracks’ May Cover the West
The set of 88 prints is about 12,000 years old, scientists say, and was found in the military’s Utah Test and Training Range.— New York Times
Earth Just Mysteriously Spun Faster, Causing Shortest Day Ever Recorded
Earth Just Mysteriously Spun Faster, Causing Shortest Day Ever Recorded
June 29 clocked in at 1.59 milliseconds short of 24 hours due to a strange speed-up of Earth's rotation.— Motherboard
With New Study, NASA Seeks the Science behind UFOs
With New Study, NASA Seeks the Science behind UFOs
Although modest in scope, a NASA research project reflects shifting attitudes toward the formerly taboo subject of UFOs.— Scientific American
Scientists create world’s first ‘synthetic embryos’
Scientists create world’s first ‘synthetic embryos’
Researchers use stem cells from mice to form embryo-like structures with an intestinal tract, beginnings of a brain, and a beating heart.— The Guardian

Last Night

UFOs & Consciousness / Fallen Angels
UFOs & Consciousness / Fallen Angels
Investigative reporter Randall Fitzgerald discussed whether Earth itself is a sentient being projecting UFO and other phenomena. Followed by Bible scholar Scott Mitchell on his research into why he believes aliens are fallen angels.
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