This week we discuss anomalies of the animal kingdom, as well as SETI, cosmology, and issues pertaining to the scientific community with guest Dr. Brian Keating.
In a noteworthy, but widely overlooked official statement, the U.S. Navy appears to have acknowledged that it cannot identify objects seen in a series of controversial videos.
An ancient lost continent was recently discovered by geologists using mapping software to chart the ancient Mediterranean.
This week we discuss New Zealand’s Maori culture with Laird Scranton, who presents evidence for links between their language and other world cultures.
A CIA document from 1952 details a very unusual sighting of a pair of “fiery” objects seen over uranium mines in the southern part of the Belgian Congo.
Scientists out of New Zealand have finally announced the results of an exhaustive DNA study which may point to a novel theory about the legendary Loch Ness Monster.
James Clerk Maxwell’s revolutionary equations recently aided a team of researchers in the discovery of an all-new variety of light wave.
This week, Micah brings the listeners along on an adventure into the Linville Gorge, home of the famous Brown Mountain Lights and other mysteries.
In orbit now for more than 718 days on its current secret mission, the Military’s X-37B uncrewed spaceplane remains mysterious.
This week we explore several anomalies in archaeology, along with traditions from South America that may point to interactions between early cultures, and migrations to the world by ancient mariners.
This week we look at how the concept of the “monolith” featured in the film “2001: A Space Odyssey” has shaped the future of space travel and the scientific search for alien life.
This week we are joined by Brett Tingley, an investigative writer for sites that include The Warzone, whose recent articles on a series of mysterious U.S. Navy patents have been raising questions… and eyebrows.
This week we discuss Russian inference in UFO studies over the decades, as well as how the subject relates to Area 51 with researcher and author Nick Redfern.
This week, we kick off the newly rechristened podcast with a journey back in time to the mysterious “Cradle of Humanity” in Eastern Africa, as we explore many known (and unknown) hominid ancestors archaeologists have discovered.