The final 100 candidates for the controversial Mars One mission are set to undergo more rigorous tests.
Claude Limberger talks at one of Hildegard Gmeiner's monthly Experiencers' Gathering in Toronto at Thatchannel.com.
Speaker Round Table on Disclosure at the Alien Cosmic Expo (2018) featuring Richard Dolan, Linda Moulton Howe, Grant Cameron, Stanton T. Friedman and Victor Viggiani. Moderated by Richard Syrett.
If it were not for Larry Warren this story would be unknown to the world as it was a nuclear tampering case involving extraterrestrials.
"I was taken in the night time from my bed, taken up through where the wall meets the ceiling, taken out though the air and into a small craft, taken by 3 beings. And I was seated in the craft and then the craft started lifting. I could feel it that we were rising up."
We may soon be able to get our first look at a real image of a black hole courtesy of a new algorithm created by MIT researchers.
Test masses carved from blocks of high purity gold-platinum alloy, and weighing nearly 2 kilograms, are flying aboard the LISA Pathfinder spacecraft in the development of systems that will detect gravitational waves as part of the forthcoming LISA space-based gravitational wave observatory.
“The tail is the biggest project. But on the other hand, we have been able to do some things recently that have given us hope that it won’t take too long.”
For most of the last ice age, enormous glaciers covered western Canada. And yet people still managed to cross deep into the Americas from their settlements in western Alaska. How did they do it?
Galaxies ‘waste’ large amounts of heavy elements generated by star formation by ejecting them up to a million light years away into their surrounding halos and deep space, according to a new study.
We have good reason to believe that alien life will be carbon-based, like life on Earth, so this also bodes well for the possibility of life in the early universe.
Job done. LISA Pathfinder, the European mission launched to see whether it would be possible to build a gravitational wave detector in space, has reported back that the answer is a resounding yes.
Stonehenge began life as an impressive Welsh tomb which was dismantled and shipped to Wiltshire, archaeologists now suspect.