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A Nest of Alien Asteroids Orbits Our Sun
A Nest of Alien Asteroids Orbits Our Sun
Astronomers say they have found orphan rocks from another star, or stars, stashed in the outer solar system.— NY Times

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Coronavirus Conspiracy: Woman falsely accused of starting the pandemic
Coronavirus Conspiracy: Woman falsely accused of starting the pandemic
Conspiracy theories are not dissimilar to viruses, in that they evolve and mutate to spread and survive.— CNN
What It's Like to Find Prehistoric Dinosaur Tracks on the Ceiling
What It's Like to Find Prehistoric Dinosaur Tracks on the Ceiling
Of course, they are deep underground and came from 75-ton titanosaurs.— Atlas Obscura
Dancing gargantuan black holes perform on cue
Dancing gargantuan black holes perform on cue
Astronomers have been able to test key consequences of Einstein's theories by studying the way a couple of black holes move around each other.— BBC News
How Medieval People Tried to Dance Away the Plague
How Medieval People Tried to Dance Away the Plague
Serfs, nobles, men, women, old and young—all took part in the "dancing plague" of Aachen.— Gizmodo
Concerts will never be the same after COVID-19. Here’s what you could wear to bring them back
Concerts will never be the same after COVID-19. Here’s what you could wear to bring them back
This future suit wants to make it safe to go to live events again. Could this be the answer to the return of the crowd.— Fast Company
Scientists Are Studying Areas of Earth Where Time Is Mysteriously Missing
Scientists Are Studying Areas of Earth Where Time Is Mysteriously Missing
In mysterious rock formations known as "unconformities," millions of years of Earth's history are missing. Now, scientists have the best idea yet as to why.— Motherboard
Are we a product of a self-simulating universe?
Are we a product of a self-simulating universe?
A new hypothesis has put forward the notion that our universe may be self-simulating itself into existence.— Unexplained Mysteries
Enormous Ice Avalanches on Mars May Have Rushed Down Craters at 260 Feet Per Second
Enormous Ice Avalanches on Mars May Have Rushed Down Craters at 260 Feet Per Second
Enigmatic features inside two Martian impact craters could be the remnants of colossal ice avalanches, the largest of which traveled over 9 miles.— Gizmodo
Sustainable light achieved in living plants
Sustainable light achieved in living plants
Scientists have announced the feasibility of creating plants that produce their own visible luminescence.— Phys.Org
Medical Personnel and Paranormal Experiences
Medical Personnel and Paranormal Experiences
30 gripping personal accounts.— Thought Catalog
A Visit to the Site of the Most Famous Canadian UFO Case
A Visit to the Site of the Most Famous Canadian UFO Case
Researcher Chris Rutkowski takes us to the famous 1967 Falcon Lake landing site.— Atlas Obscura
Mexican Cartels and Italian Mafia Deliver Food During Pandemic Crisis
Mexican Cartels and Italian Mafia Deliver Food During Pandemic Crisis
The cartels even have their logos stamped on care packages.— Jerusalem Post
Radioactive Animal Populations Thrive in Hot Zone Near Chernobyl
Radioactive Animal Populations Thrive in Hot Zone Near Chernobyl
Some humans live in the area too, defying bans.— Yahoo! News
Captain Beauclerk's Horse Haunting
Captain Beauclerk's Horse Haunting
A 19th century British account of "a gigantic horse, white and luminous."— esoterX
Hubble telescope delivers stunning 30th birthday picture
Hubble telescope delivers stunning 30th birthday picture
To celebrate its birthday, the veteran observatory has produced another astonishing image of the cosmos.— BBC News
Could earthquakes explain sightings of Nessie?
Could earthquakes explain sightings of Nessie?
Could some reports of Scotland's most famous lake monster be the result of seismic activity?— Unexplained Mysteries
Robotic dog is helping hospitals fight the coronavirus
Robotic dog is helping hospitals fight the coronavirus
Boston Dynamics' Spot robot is helping hospitals fight COVID-19 by reducing the amount of direct contact healthcare workers must have with patients.— Popular Mechanics
Recovered from Covid-19? WHO says that's no guarantee you can't get it again
Recovered from Covid-19? WHO says that's no guarantee you can't get it again
The World Health Organization announced on Friday that there is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from covid-19 cannot be reinfected.— Gizmodo
Has the world's largest iceberg begun its death march?
Has the world's largest iceberg begun its death march?
The world's largest iceberg has gotten a bit smaller after a chunk measuring 67 square miles broke off of it.— FOX News
Paint designed to cool buildings by reflecting the sun could become an alternative to AC
Paint designed to cool buildings by reflecting the sun could become an alternative to AC
A new form of doubled-layered colored paint designed to cool buildings by reflecting the sun could become an eco-friendly alternative to air conditioners.— Daily Mail
Scientists pinpoint 'most dangerous place in the history of planet Earth'
Scientists pinpoint 'most dangerous place in the history of planet Earth'
A paleontologist says time travelers would not survive long in this predator-packed area of Africa 100 million years ago.— CNET
Elon Musk reveals SpaceX will launch its Starlink internet service in just 6 months
Elon Musk reveals SpaceX will launch its Starlink internet service in just 6 months
Elon Musk has a dream of providing the world with high speed internet using satellites in low orbit – and it could soon become a reality.— Mail Online
NASA engineers build new COVID-19 ventilator in 37 days
NASA engineers build new COVID-19 ventilator in 37 days
NASA brainpower may soon start making a big difference in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.— LiveScience
An alarming number of Americans believe a coronavirus vaccine exists and is being withheld
An alarming number of Americans believe a coronavirus vaccine exists and is being withheld
Nearly a third of Americans believe that it is either "probably" or "definitely" true that a coronavirus vaccine exists and is being withheld, according to a new study.— The Week
Nature crisis: 'Insect apocalypse' more complicated than thought
Nature crisis: 'Insect apocalypse' more complicated than thought
Land-dwelling insects are definitely declining the authors say, while bugs living in freshwater are increasing.— BBC News
Giant asteroid flying by Earth next week looks like it's wearing a face mask
Giant asteroid flying by Earth next week looks like it's wearing a face mask
An asteroid estimated to be 1.2 miles wide will fly by Earth next week, but it's not expected to collide with our planet.— CNN
"Ghost Flights" Haunt the Skies, Enlarging Carbon Footprints
"Ghost Flights" Haunt the Skies, Enlarging Carbon Footprints
Though air travel demand has plummeted, federal regulations have required airlines to maintain flights.— Scientific American
Scientists Know Where Aliens Might Be, But Humans Will Never See Them
Scientists Know Where Aliens Might Be, But Humans Will Never See Them
Beyond the cosmological horizon is the unobservable universe: vast, possibly infinite, and maybe the likeliest location for ET life.— VICE
The Strange Case of The "Message From Mars" Hieroglyphic Stone from Space
The Strange Case of The "Message From Mars" Hieroglyphic Stone from Space
Brent Swancer ponders the idea of 'Rosetta Stones' from outer space.— Mysterious Universe

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Power & Control / Near-Death Experiences
Power & Control / Near-Death Experiences
Author Robert Greene discussed power, strategy, and human nature through the lessons of human history. Followed by social worker and hypnotherapist Jacob Cooper on his own near-death experience and other transformative encounters.
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