Gralien Report Daily News for September 28, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Mars Shows Strong Signs of Flowing Water, Researchers Say Elsewhere, Check Out Daily Mail’s GIF of the Martian Water Marks New Horizons spacecraft captures perplexing photo of Pluto’s landscape ‘Supermoon’ Total Lunar Eclipse Thrills Skywatchers Around the … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for September 26, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Two-million-year-old fossils reveal hearing abilities of early humans Hubble Captures Image Of Beautiful Cosmic Veil Left Behind By Star’s Violent Death Genome-editing find may improve system’s precision Supermoon (blood moon) lunar eclipse rises Sunday: 7 things … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for September 25, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Giant Killer Lizards Walked Together With Aborigines During The Ice Age Nanomaterials hold immense commercial technological potential A NASA photographer’s 4 tips for shooting Sunday’s Supermoon eclipse Decades After Her Death, Mystery Still Surrounds Crime Novelist … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for September 24, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Ghost Adventures Couple Found Dead in Apparent Murder-Suicide Bazinga! Scientists break quantum teleportation distance record Tooth Enamel has its origin in skin and later evolved on teeth Drones Armed With High-Energy Lasers May Arrive In 2017 … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for September 17, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Chile earthquake: one million people evacuated after 8.3 magnitude quake CIA confirmed Oswald contacted Cubans, Soviets before assassination, memo shows Big (Black) Bang: What happens when two black holes smash together? Study suggests air pollution is … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for September 16, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Trees ‘tell’ scientists Sierra Nevada snow hasn’t been this bad since 1500AD Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Announces Rocket-Making Facility in Florida GoPro sent to the edge of space recovered after two years missing NASA probe spots ‘global’ ocean … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for September 13, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… The beautiful simplicity (and weird time sags) of Einstein’s 100-year-old masterpiece Scientists expect Hawaii’s worst coral bleaching ever Man detained in freeway shootings isn’t top suspect Japanese Paper Art Inspired Design Can Increase Solar PV Output … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for September 12, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Arizona Police Investigating Freeway Shootings Arrest Person of Interest Kirigami solar panels to revolutionize the way homes generate power Antarctica would entirely melt if all fossil fuels burned, study finds Nature’s global warming ‘sink’ isn’t clogged … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for August 31, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… We Can Detect Alien Civilizations Even After They’ve Self-Destructed Scientists help when suburban corpse flower doesn’t bloom Concerning Starry Stonewort found in Minnesota Lake Wes Craven, Horror Maestro Behind ‘Nightmare on Elm, Street’ Dies at 76 … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for August 28, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Scientist explains how life can spread throughout the galaxy like an ‘Epidemic’ Radiant Cosmic Butterfly Phenomena Captured by NASA Hubble Telescope Buzz Aldrin joins university, developing ‘master plan’ for Mars settlement California Sinking Faster Than Thought, … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for August 25, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Scientists Have Unfurled New Mysteries about the Moon’s Origins Cutting-edge 3D printer prints in 10 materials simultaneously Cancer cells programmed back to normal by US scientists Japanese whisky arrives at the International Space Station Carbon credits undercut … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for August 22, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… New experiment attempts to snare a dark energy ‘chameleon’ 3 Americans Credited With Stopping Attacker on Paris-Bound Train Mystery lights in space increasing, moving south, potential sign of global warming Neutrinos From Deep Space: Antarctica Observatory … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for August 18, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… The world’s first flower? Plant with no petals that lived underwater is 130 million years old Watch astronauts’ timelapse video of Aurora Borealis taken from space Footage of ‘terrifying humanoid’ caught running through a forest; yeah, it belongs … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for August 17, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Treacherous terrain hampers rescue efforts for crashed Indonesian plane Short, Sharp Earthquake Jolts San Francisco Bay Area Deadly bomb blast rocks central Bangkok Doomsday clock for global market crash strikes 11:59 as central banks lose control Security … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for August 15, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… ‘Godzilla’ El Niño could be among strongest on record Humans are blasting through the Earth’s resources this year Gates, Google Join $120 Million Funding for Genome Editing Firm Nasa’s engine for next-generation rocket test-fired ‘Baby Jupiter’ … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for July 26, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… NASA spacecraft shows Pluto wrapped in haze, ice flows Lake Tahoe’s blue tint is due to algal concentration: researchers discover Three scientists investigating melting Arctic ice may have been assassinated, professor claims 600-Pound Man Bikes Coast-to-Coast … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for July 23, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Ancient Galactic Assembly Dating Back To Dawn Of Universe Detected Second totally different mountain range discovered on Pluto; scientists baffled Elsewhere, the Pluto ‘Truther’ Movement Claims Landmark Flyby Was Faked ‘Monstrous’ Controversy Rages Over Purported Loch … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for July 21, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Scientist Building ‘Warp Drive’ Cites Teenage UFO Sighting as Inspiration Meanwhile, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence gets a $100m boost Remembering Apollo 11: Crowdsourcing to restore Armstrong space suit What’s happened to Philae? The comet lander hasn’t … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for July 20, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Mind Reading Technology Turns Thought Into Action Scientists discover 14,000-year-old evidence of dental work and it sounds miserable Manning Survives Shark Attack on Video, J-Bay Final Competition Called Off  Monday Night, Micah Hanks Will Lecture on Mystery … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for July 18, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Discovery Of Massless Weyl Fermion Particle Could Revolutionize Electronics Archaeologists find 12,000-year-old pictograph at Gobekli Tepe Thank the Southern Ocean Plankton For Bright Reflective Clouds Claudia Alexander dies at 56; JPL researcher oversaw Galileo, Rosetta missions … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for June 17, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Toxic algae bloom off West Coast might be largest ever, say scientists Brad Meltzer Reveals President Ronald Reagan’s ‘Biggest Secret’ Meanwhile, weird “Die Hard” references found in Jeb Bush’s JavaScript Auckland Booms Return, Causing Odd Disturbance … Continue reading

Gralien Report Daily News for June 15, 2015

Here are today’s headlines… Bilderberg 2015: Mystery Surrounds Shadowy Globalist Summit Comet Robot Lab Makes Contact Again: Report The Mysterious Bright Lights: NASA Captures Best Images Yet Who is the ‘Bromley Batman’? Masked ‘superhero’ foiled knife-wielding muggers Rumors About ‘Swastika’ … Continue reading