Exactly a week ago I blogged about the story of the airplane debris being found on the French island of Reunion, east of Madagascar, and about the fact that if this debris did eventually prove to be that from the unfortunate flight, then my “poof” theory of the flight’s disappearance just went “poof”.… Read More
Just how did “primitive” minds react to manifestations of superior technology? Is it possible that, in the ancient past, our ancestors interpreted manifestations of advanced technology as “divine”?… Read More
I just returned from the Health Freedom Expo in Long Beach, California where I interviewed an array of experts in fields pertaining to health.… Read More
Currently the Abbott government is removing parents’ right to choose how many vaccines are injected into their children’s bodies in the first 19 years of life.
Scores of desperate migrants from the Middle East and North Africa have been pictured sitting on railway tracks in Macedonia – a country that is fast becoming a hub for illegal migration into Europe from all over the world.… Read More
Why is it that extrasensory perception, like human telepathy, remote viewing, psychokinesis and more are commonly shunned by a large portion of the mainstream scientific community?… Read More
The Scientist recently ran commentary by John D. Loike questioning the ethics of transplanting human brains cells into other species. The piece entitled “When Does a Smart Mouse Become Human?” begins describing the research at the University of Rochester where mice were injected with glial cells from human fetuses.… Read More
Boeing has been awarded a $6.6m contract to design a cheap, reusable mini shuttle that can launch military satellites.
The small, planelike craft is known as the XS-1 program—short for ‘eXperimental Spaceplane 1’, and could blast off in 2019 on its first test mission.… Read More