New study offers new theory on faint young Sun paradox.
Local mayor says there is ‘no reason to panic’
We were not worthy.
Source: Kiro 7 Last week a nearly 12-foot monolith was discovered in a Utah desert. A crew from the Utah Department of Public Safety and Division of Wildlife Resources spotted the gleaming object. Officials said the smooth, tall structure was found during a helicopter survey of bighorn sheep in southeastern Utah.Content Continues Below Seattle also
Source: Sci News In 1977, U.S. scientist Turman Bobby identified lightning that was 100 times brighter than normal in the data from the bomb-monitoring Vela satellites. This observation sparked a debate as to whether these ‘superbolt’ events resulted from some undiscovered exotic lightning process (new physics), whether they were produced by a particular type of
What started as routine wildlife assistance took an extraterrestrial turn for Utah’s Department of Public Safety after officers stumbled upon a mysterious monolith in the middle of rural Utah.
Models suggest that melting water from the centre of Greenland’s ice sheet could flow through a subglacial valley and exit into the ocean along the northern coast of the country.
What other secrets are they hiding?
In their paper published in Frontiers of Physics, Franco Vazza (astrophysicist at the University of Bologna) and Alberto Feletti (neurosurgeon at the University of Verona) investigated the similarities between two of the most challenging and complex systems in nature: the cosmic network of galaxies and the network of neuronal cells in the human brain.
Just as regions across the US have their own urban legends, many have controversial conspiracy theories as well.