James Clerk Maxwell’s revolutionary equations recently aided a team of researchers in the discovery of an all-new variety of light wave.
A meteor impact near a US base in Greenland has caused a flurry of attention after scientists reported the incident earlier this week, although it remains unacknowledged by the USAF.
A real-life “fountain of youth”, uncovered during excavations at the enigmatic stone heads of Easter Island, may point to a promising future for anti-aging science.
A new scientific discovery in Antarctica suggests a decade-old mystery may have had extraterrestrial origins, as well as massive and deadly potential.
A mysterious aircraft has been spotted in Africa. What we know: it belongs to NASA… what we don’t know: what it was doing there.
Mystery bangs and crashes are being reported all over the world. Here, The Gralien Report provides the results of its own comprehensive investigation into this phenomenon.
Does this new robotic prototype, based on a prehistoric model, represent the future of sports? How will this innovation affect human potential on the track?
All life on Earth was once primordial slime… so how did oxygen and trace metals manage to change evolutionary history?
Chasing the origins of the term “Singularity” in modern usage, similar ideas were expressed early on by computer scientist Jacques Vallee… but not how you might think.
Below are today’s Fortean Headlines… Rancher defies Japanese government to save radioactive cows near Fukushima Get them away from the TV: Kids who watch too […]
The Linville Gorge Wilderness is one of the most enigmatic and beautiful landscapes anywhere in the southern United States. Decorated with steep and dangerous rock […]
Alex Jones, who on his program often expresses his interest in science fiction and, in particular, Star Wars, discusses laser weaponry in the video above, […]
In the animation above, one can see a particularly strange looking phenomenon that, when observed as it passes over in the night sky, can appear […]
Modern science has begun to take us into some odd, if not at times unsettling areas.