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In a First, an Orangutan Healed His Own Wound Using a Known Medicinal Plant


If Betelgeuse Supernova Explosion Happens Expect Darker Earth Skies For Months

Betelgeuse Dimming

💥 Will Betelgeuse Explode? After ‘Unprecedented’ Dimming The Giant Star Is Now Changing Shape

A Supergiant star that is near to planet Earth named Betelgeuse has been getting dimmer and dimmer for the past few months. Due to this, astronomers and space experts think that the supergiant might be getting blocked by some debris or worse, it's going to explode soon-- resulting in a Supernova.

Will this harm planet Earth? .. . Full Story Tech Times Jamie P.


Betelgeuse Has Finally Stopped Dimming, Says Astronomer


Wuhan-400 Coronavirus: 1981 Novel Predicts Virus Origin

In a bizarre coincidence, a 1981 fictional novel The Eyes of Darkness by Dean Koontz predicts a Coronavirus like outbreak and its origin. The book talks about how the virus called Wuhan-400, was developed in military labs around the Chinese city of Wuhan from where it got its name. The top secret information of the Biological weapons Program is later acquired by US intelligence from a Chinese defector. The American military is ultimately successful in creating a vaccine which the Chinese could not. - Full Story


The Stunning Viking Runestones Of Scandinavia

The region’s tradition of carving inscriptions into raised stones as a memorial began as early as the 4th century, but the vast majority of runestones still standing date from the 9th and 10th centuries, the latter years of the Viking Age. Scholars have attempted to translate many of the runic inscriptions, with varying degrees of success. Full Story Forbes - David Nikel


Canaanite temple uncovered in biblical city destroyed by Joshua

A Canaanite temple and many artifacts have been uncovered in a city that, according to the Bible, was destroyed by the Israelites when they entered the Land of Israel after 40 years in the desert. The discovery shed light on the extensive ruins of a structure dating back to the 12th century BCE in Lachish, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem announced. Full Story Jerusalem Post ROSSELLA TERCATIN


Fungi That Absorbs Radiation Has Been Growing All Over Chernobyl Power Plant

For a long time, scientists have known that certain types of fungi are attracted to radiation, and can actually help to break down and neutralize radiation in certain environments.

In 1991, while a team of researchers was searching the Chernobyl area remotely with robots, they noticed black-spotted fungi growing on the walls of one of the nuclear reactors. They also observed that the fungi appeared to be breaking down radioactive graphite from the core itself. The fungi also seemed to be growing towards the source of the radiation, as if it was attracted to it.

Follow up research in 2007, at the University of Saskatchewan found that different types of fungi are attracted to radiation. A team led by Professor Ekaterina Dadachova observed that some types of fungi grew more rapidly when exposed to radiation.

Full Story Zero Hedge - Tyler Durden


New cave fossils have revived the debate over Neandertal burials

Some West Africans may have genes from an ancient ‘ghost’ hominid


Earths Magnetic North Pole is Shifting

Earth's magnetic north shifting at 'unprecedented' 30 miles a year

Earth's Magnetic North Pole Has Officially Moved - Earth's magnetic North Pole has drifted so fast that authorities have had to officially redefine the location of the magnetic North Pole. The extreme wandering of the North Pole caused increasing concerns over navigation, especially in high latitudes.


UFOs Unexplained Aerial Phenomena

How Will We Make First Contact With Alien Life? - Fifteen years ago next month, the crew of a U.S. Navy jet fighter made first contact with what some believe was extraterrestrial life. Serious-minded scientists have for decades carefully scrutinized outer space, searching for signals, artifacts, biological markers, or other evidence that life exists beyond Earth.

Where Are All the Aliens? 'Out There' Book Excerpt - In "OUT THERE: A Scientific Guide to Alien Life, Antimatter, and Human Space Travel (for the Cosmically Curious)," (Grand Central Publishing, 2018), senior writer Mike Wall tackles the most pressing questions about alien life. For example, how are scientists searching for ET? What might aliens look like, would they want to kill us, and are they likely to have sex?

'UFOs' Are Flying Out from Supermassive Black Holes and Reshaping Galaxies


The Navy tracks UFO sightings. Scientists explain what's really going on.

Mysterious lights hovering over Mesa skies Sunday night puzzle residents

White House in lockdown: ‘Slow-moving blob’ puts Washington DC in lockdown - and no it's no Jerry Nadler

The real reasons the US government is so secretive about UFOs - Two years ago Sunday, the New York Times broke the stunning story of a secret Pentagon program to study unidentified flying objects. That story led me to delve into this strange world. I've learned some interesting stuff about UFOs ("unidentified aerial phenomena," or "UAP," as the Pentagon refers to them) since then. But there's one problem.

The United States government makes it very hard to figure out what and where UFO-related stuff is going on.

Is that because the government is behind some great conspiracy to cover up the proof of alien visitation to Earth? Is it because the government is in cahoots with alien species to create human-alien hybrids?

Billy Meier Story: UFOs and Prophecies from Outer Space - In 1958, Billy Meier predicted the Iraq Wars, AIDS and global warming. UFO's and Prophecies from Outer Space reveals how Meier came to be the messenger for an advanced race of aliens who have relentlessly tried to warn us that earth is doomed.

Navy Officers Say 'Unknown Individuals' Made Them Erase Evidence of 2004 UFO Encounter - Several Navy officers who witnessed the now-famous Nimitz UFO encounter in 2004 say "unknown individuals" showed up after the event and made them turn over data recordings and videos, according to Popular Mechanics.

For several days in November 2004, a Navy missile cruiser sailing around 100 miles (160 kilometers) off the coast of southern California detected strange radar signals emanating from an object in the sky. The signals were erratic and didn't seem to match those given off by known aircraft. The Navy then deployed fighter jets to catch a closer glimpse of the strange object, and one succeeded in recording a blurry, black-and-white video that was, to the government's chagrin, publicly released in 2017 along with two other videos of UFO sightings from years later.

The truth is out there? Billy Meier's UFO images - Billy Meier is a Swiss national who in the 1970s claimed he had been in contact with aliens from the Pleiades star cluster - and had photographs to prove it. Published in a 1979 book by former United States Air Force pilot Wendelle C Stevens, they later appeared in publicity material for US science-fiction programme The X-Files. Now, they are up for auction at Sotheby's in the US, as part of a sale dedicated to space photography.

Navy Officers Say 'Unknown Individuals' Made Them Erase Evidence of 2004 UFO Encounter - Several Navy officers who witnessed the now-famous Nimitz UFO encounter in 2004 say "unknown individuals" showed up after the event and made them turn over data recordings and videos, according to Popular Mechanics.

Interstellar visitors open new window to the cosmos - Distant reaches of the universe have long been the realm of models and theory. But the arrival of space rocks from afar in our stellar neighborhood sparks a new way of thinking about the cosmos.

Alien life could be more common than previously thought - While some in the scientific community believe finding extraterrestrial life is “probably going to take a long time,” others believe aliens could be more prevalent than previously thought.

A new study suggests intelligent life is likely to inhabit a star system drastically different than ours. The researchers modeled a theoretical Earth into binary star systems — those with two stars — and found that 87 percent of these “exo-Earths” should have the axis tilted similar to that of Earth, an important ingredient for intelligent life.

Strange ‘rotating disc’ caught on video by driver stuck in NC traffic. Is it a UFO? - Eleven UFO sightings were logged by experts last month in North Carolina, but it’s an even dozen if you include a lesser known report made near Shelby, about 50 miles west of Charlotte.

UFO seekers flocking to a remote Thai hilltop in search of Buddhist aliens - A hilltop in central Thailand is attracting UFO seekers who believe extraterrestrials hover above a huge Buddha statue, send telepathic communiques, walk across nearby sugarcane fields and use a crocodile-infested lake as a portal from their planets -- Pluto and Loku.

Why the UFO story is far more interesting than you think

New Underground Base Near Area 51 (VIDEO)

Multiple pilots have reported encounters with UFOs, Navy says

These 5 UFO Traits, Seen by Navy Fighters, Defy Explanation

Are UFOs a Threat to National Security? This Ex-U.S. Official Thinks They Warrant Investigation

These 5 UFO Traits, Seen by Navy Fighters, Defy Explanation

When Top Gun Pilots Tangled with a Baffling Tic-Tac-Shaped UFO

Yellowstone Volcano in bizarre UFO sighting video – is it about to blow?

US Navy admits to ‘multiple’ UFO sightings over top secret military bases

An uptick in UFO sightings by military pilots raises all sorts of interesting questions.

UFO information not expected to go to general public, Navy says

Eccentric UFO Welcome Center in SC waits for space aliens, but settles for random tourists

U.S. Navy drafting new guidelines for reporting UFOs

Frustrated pilots got Navy to stop dismissing UFO sightings

This military UFO made a Midwest appearance

More than 400,000 people have joined a Facebook event planning to 'storm' the supposed UFO hotspot Area 51: 'They Can't Stop All of Us'

Why alien 'megastructures' may hold key to making contact with extraterrestrials

Bizarre west Auckland UFO sighting terrifies couple

Are Aliens Ignoring Us? Maybe We're Already Their Captives in a 'Galactic Zoo'

Resurrected Jesus Christ An ‘Alien Prophet,’ According To Theory

UFO community still believes — and science is starting to listen

Former Head of Pentagon's Secret UFO Program Has Some (Strange) Stories to Tell - Intelligence officer Luis Elizondo served as the former director of the Pentagon's Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), an initiative launched in 2007 to study reports of UFO encounters. Elizondo departed the Pentagon in 2017; that year, he spoke with reporters at The New York Times, confirming the existence of the shadowy agency and describing its mission.

Why alien 'megastructures' may hold key to making contact with extraterrestrials

Jeff Bezos' futuristic vision of self-sustaining habitats that could house a TRILLION people in space

Why the moon's south pole may be the hottest destination in space

Blue Origin is a step closer to taking space tourists after it landed its rocket again

Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos unveils plans for space colonization

Astronomers Traced a Mysterious Radio Burst to a Distant Galaxy The signal left home 4 billion years ago.


Astronomers Have Tracked a Repeating Radio Signal Across Space to an Unexpected Origin

Astronomers Don't Know What to Make of This Incredibly Bizarre Star

Double dread: UFOs and nuclear war

Archaeology and Anthropology

Rendition ancient Scandinavian Woman

DNA from Stone Age woman obtained 6,000 years on - This is the face of a woman who lived 6,000 years ago in Scandinavia. Thanks to the tooth marks she left in ancient "chewing gum", scientists were able to obtain DNA, which they used to decipher her genetic code.

This is the first time an entire ancient human genome has been extracted from anything other than human bone, said the researchers. She likely had dark skin, dark brown hair and blue eyes.

Indian Monkeys in ancient Greek Art

The fascinating “tail” of how Indian monkeys might have ended up in a Minoan painting -Archaeologists and primatologists re-analyzing wall paintings found in Akrotiri, a Minoan settlement on Thera (modern-day Santorini) buried by volcanic ash around 1600 B.C., have uncovered evidence that Bronze Age Greek artists knew of—and may have even seen—monkeys whose native habitat was thousands of miles away.

Is the Bible right? Newly discovered fossils show snakes had legs - A new study published in Science Advances on Thursday has shed light on the life of ancient legged snakes.

Now, a new study published in Science Advances on Thursday has shed light on the life of snakes' legged ancestors. Several fossils of an extinct snake group named "Najash" dating back to 100 million years ago were recently uncovered in Patagonia, Argentina. The group is named after the word nachash that both in biblical and modern Hebrew indicate the snake. As reported by the New York Times, the fossils, which include several skulls, seem to suggest that snakes might have lost their front legs millions of years earlier than their hind legs.

The story of the disappearance of the Peking Man fossils. - The second greatest mystery in anthropology (the first was why Neandertals disappeared) was the disappearance of a box of ancient skulls in China during the start of World War II.

In 1929, the first human-like skull was found in a cave on the hill by Chinese anthropologist Pei Wen-Chung and others working for the Cenozoic Research Laboratory at Peking Union Medical College. It was called the Peking Man, and it was recognized to be at least 500,000 years old. The story of their disappearance reads like an Agatha Christie mystery Novel

Prehistoric 'hobbit' mystery may have been solved - In their paper published in Biology Letters, study leader José Alexandre Felizola Diniz-Filho of the Federal University of Goias, Raia and collaborators point to the island rule originally proposed by zoologist J. Bristol Foster in 1964. Foster observed that when large-bodied species moved to an island, they would shrink as they evolved, eventually leaving dwarf descendants.

Ancestral home of modern humans is in Botswana, study finds - Scientists claim to have traced the ancestral home region of all living humans to a vast wetland that sprawled over much of modern day Botswana and served as an oasis in an otherwise parched expanse of Africa.

The swathe of land south of the Zambezi River became a thriving home to Homo sapiens 200,000 years ago, the researchers suggest, and sustained an isolated, founder population of modern humans for at least 70,000 years.

Weird Science

Genomics / Genetics

The big mystery at the centre of China’s gene-edited baby scandal: where is scientist He Jiankui? - While the whereabouts of a Chinese scientist at the centre of a gene-editing controversy remain a mystery, most of his research data released publicly this week “for the first time” has been available for about a year, according to Chinese scientists.

He Jiankui, former associate professor of life science at Southern University of Science and Technology of China in Shenzhen, shocked the world last year when he announced that he had edited the genes of twin Chinese girls to prevent them from inheriting HIV from their father. The development made the girls the world’s first gene-edited babies and unleashed a storm of criticism from the international scientific community and Chinese authorities for unethical use of the technology.

China confirms scientist genetically engineered babies — and more are on the way - Government investigators have confirmed a Chinese scientist’s claim of creating the world’s first genetically engineered babies, as well as the existence of a second pregnancy with a gene-edited embryo.

The Myth of Genetic Superbabies - A Chinese researcher recently disrupted the CCR5 gene, which builds a protein that acts as an entryway that HIV uses to gain entry to T-cells, allegedly creating the world’s first genetically engineered baby. Chinese officials moved swiftly to condemn the work, and rightly so. Gene-edited babies should probably always be prohibited, not because of fears of creating inequalities and advantaged “super babies,” but because of the reality that editing an embryo is not medically necessary. These modifications occur around conception rather than treating a suffering person—always involving introducing risk, and thus testing the age-old medical admonition of primum non nocere, meaning “first, to do no harm.”

Ultrasensitive protein method lets scientists ID someone from a single strand of hair - A new forensic technique could have criminals—and some prosecutors—tearing their hair out: Researchers have developed a method they say can identify a person from as little as 1 centimeter of a single strand of hair—and that is eight times more sensitive than similar protein analysis techniques. If the new method ever makes it into the courtroom, it could greatly expand the ability to identify the people at the scene of a crime.

The Disappearing Y Chromosome - In the 1960s, doctors counting the number of chromosomes in human white blood cells noticed a strange phenomenon. Frequently—and more frequently with age—the cells would be missing the Y chromosome. Over time, it became clear this came with consequences. Studies have linked loss of the Y chromosome in blood to cancer, heart disease, and other disorders.

NIH had hoped to create “humanized mice” for experimentation from the tissue of aborted babies. - (LIFE NEWS) This year we scored a massive win in our ongoing fight for life. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under President Trump ended an alarming contract between the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and a California university that involved using aborted babies in medical research.

In what sounds like awful science fiction, NIH had hoped to create “humanized mice” for experimentation from the tissue of aborted babies. Let me say it again: humanized mice.

Study: The human lifespan is written into our DNA - Humans have a "natural" lifespan of around 38 years, according to a new method we have developed for estimating the lifespans of different species by analyzing their DNA. Over the past few years researchers have developed DNA "clocks" that can determine how old an animal is using a special type of change in the DNA called DNA methylation.

Could genetic engineering reverse aging? VIDEO

Chinese bio-tech company successfully clones cat - For years, Chinese scientists have been cloning animals for medical research. But now the practice is expanding to commercial use. Recently, one company in Beijing achieved a first in the field. As CGTN’s Frances Kuo explains, it’s catering to those who want to fill a deep void in their life.

DNA From Long-Lived Bats Supports Prominent Human Life Extension Theory - Achieving eternal life has long been on humanity’s to-do list, but until we figure out how to upload consciousness to the cloud, we’ve got to make the best of our aging, increasingly decrepit skin suits. Fortunately, extending their shelf lives to unprecedented lengths is becoming a serious possibility, now that we’re starting to understand how the world’s longest-lived mammals survive so much longer than we’d expect.

Biologists identify pathways that extend lifespan by 500% - Scientists at the MDI Biological Laboratory, in collaboration with scientists from the Buck Institute for Research on Aging in Novato, Calif., and Nanjing University in China, have identified synergistic cellular pathways for longevity that amplify lifespan fivefold in C. elegans, a nematode worm used as a model in aging research.

The increase in lifespan would be the equivalent of a human living for 400 or 500 years, according to one of the scientists.

Fuel Cells


Betting On Hydrogen-Powered Cars - The automotive industry is taking another look at hydrogen fuel cells, but how they ultimately fare depends on a combination of consumer demand, automaker investment and infrastructure build-out.

Hydrogen fuel cell technology has been steadily advancing over the past six decades since the first practical fuel cell system was demonstrated by Cambridge engineering professor Francis Bacon. The technology itself dates all the way back to 1839. Since then many uses of hydrogen fuel cells have been employed as efficiency and effectiveness have been improved, but so far it has yet to achieve mass deployment.




How Nanotech Will Help the U.S. Military Reach Mach 5 - The U.S. government is pushing into hypersonic weapons in a big way, with at least five different weapons programs currently in development. Nanotechnology is shaping up to be a key tech that will enable delivery systems to survive traveling through the atmosphere at Mach 5 and above, with carbon nanotubes showing promise as strong, lightweight material that rapidly sheds heat.

Have Scientists Cracked One Of The Biggest Mysteries Of Modern Physics? - It starts with an announcement by a consortium of scientists of the outcome of a study of subatomic particles called neutrinos that could be huge – perhaps huge enough to answer the quasi-philosophical question “Why is there something, instead of nothing?” However, to understand the study’s significance and potential impact requires a little back story.

Lab-Grown Human Brains Show Brain Waves, Igniting Ethics Controversy - Sentient human brain tissue has been developed in labs, risking ethical breaches, The Guardian reported. Neuroscience has advanced by leaps and bounds in the last several decades, leaving scientists asking: Where do morals and cloning overlap?

Viral Video Captures the Screams of a Mystery Creature - A family from Ontario Canada was out hunting when they heard an eerie howling screaming in the distance. Smartphone in hand, they recorded the sounds. And a corner of the internet is convinced the now-viral video is evidence of Bigfoot.

Avoid Edinburgh' - bizarre conspiracy theory claims high frequency HAARP signal is disrupting city - Strap on your tin foil hats, people, because we're about to delve into a truly weird conspiracy theory that suggests Edinburgh is being hit by a secretive high frequency signal called HAARP, which is in turn causing "headaches, insomnia, unusual and bizarre behaviour."

Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos

Meet the scientist who thinks we all exist in multiple universes - Have you ever laid wide-awake in the late hours of the night wondering what your life would look like if you took that other job, moved countries, or ended up with someone else? While there’s no definite answer — and probably never will be — the idea that there’s multiple versions of you, living in various universes, isn’t as make-believe as you might think.

The national bestselling author of The God Equation takes us on a thrilling journey to explore black holes and time machines, multidimensional space and the possibility that parallel universes may lay alongside our own.

“A wonderful tour, with an expert guide.” —Brian Greene, New York Times bestselling author of The Elegant Universe

Kaku skillfully guides us through the latest innovations in string theory and its latest iteration, M-theory, which posits that our universe may be just one in an endless multiverse, a singular bubble floating in a sea of infinite bubble universes. If M-theory is proven correct, we may perhaps finally find answer to the question, “What happened before the big bang?” 

We Probably Are Living in a Multiverse – Here's Why - Chances are there's another you, reading this article in another universe, except you're dressed like a clown and drinking maple syrup from a shoe. Whether you're a fan of the popular TV show Rick and Morty or just a connoisseur of modern physics theories, you may know a thing or two about the multiverse theory. This theory states that the universe we live in may not be the only one out there. It proposes the idea that there are, in fact, an infinite number of universes, known as the multiverse.

Under Satan's spell: The bizarre conspiracy theory that's haunting Miley Cyrus - Everyone knows that Miley Cyrus "Can't Be Tamed", but crazy claims have emerged that she may actually be possessed... by the devil himself!

The bizarre logic of the many-worlds theory - At the beginning of Something Deeply Hidden, Sean Carroll cites the tale of the fox and the grapes from Aesop’s Fables. A hungry fox tries to reach a bunch of grapes dangling from a vine. Finding them beyond his grasp, but refusing to admit failure, the fox declares the grapes to be inedible and turns away. That, Carroll declares, encapsulates how physicists treat the wacky implications of quantum mechanics.

The sinister theory behind the rare 'unicorn' puppy - A 10-week-old puppy who became famous last week for his unusual facial feature may have absorbed his twin, experts say.

Did SUPERNOVAS KICKSTART HUMAN EVOLUTION - Millions of years ago, a cascade of powerful supernovas bombarded the Earth with radiation from exploding stars — and now scientists say cosmic radiation could have given human evolution a kickstart at a pivotal moment.

5 of history's strangest scientific theories - The line between science and strongly held belief was not always so clear-cut as it is today. In the past, many quacks, charlatans, or well-intentioned philosophers have developed theories that strike us as obviously untrue today. But hindsight is 20/20: People really had no idea how the world actually worked in the past.

Study supports hypothesis something crashed into Earth 13,000 years ago, led to extinction of ice age animals - Around 13,000 years ago, giant animals such as mastodons, mammoths, saber-toothed cats and ground sloths disappeared from the Earth. Scientists have found evidence in sediment cores to support a controversial theory that an asteroid or a comet slammed into Earth and helped lead to this extinction of ice age animals and cooling of the globe.

The "singleton hypothesis" predicts the future of humanity - Nick Bostrom's "singleton hypothesis" says that intelligent life on Earth will eventually form a "singleton". The "singleton" could be a single government or an artificial intelligence that runs everything. Whether the singleton will be positive or negative depends on numerous factors and is not certain.

Aliens or Baby Owls? Man Shocked after Spotting Spooky-Looking Creatures in Attic - However, just imagine, how will you feel if you peek into your attic, just to find two alien-like creatures? Scared. Well, something similar happened almost two years ago. Twitter user @DannyDutch has shared a video on social media, and once again created a buzz. He captioned it, “I’m now positive that people who claim to have seen aliens have actually just seen baby owls.”

The Not-So-Subtle Subversiveness Of Satan Worship - Of all the iconic ghouls and figures of evil featured as Halloween decorations, costumes and horror film big bads, the devil himself tends to rank pretty high on the list each October. But why? What would draw us to the embodiment of all evil itself? For some it's about poking fun at what we regard as evil or taboo, and questioning our notions of what evil looks like — and even poking fun at broader social norms in the process. One of the most famous examples? Anton LaVey, the founder of the Church of Satan.

Scientists used artificial intelligence to discover a 2,000 year-old stick figure in Peru's mysterious Nazca Lines - The Nazca Lines in Peru are ancient geoglyphs, images carved into the landscape. First formally studied in 1926, they depict people, animals, plants, and geometric shapes. The formations vary in size, with some of the biggest running up to 30 miles long. Their exact purpose is unknown, although some archaeologists think they may have had religious or spiritual significance. Local guides believe the lines relate to sources of water.

SIGNIFICANT ANCIENT DISCOVERY COULD PROVE THE STORY OF GOD MEETING MOSES - Last year, the Doubting Thomas Research Foundation (DTRF) researchers reported they had discovered the mountain’s modern day location, reports They claimed that the location where Moses spoke to God and received the ten laws was Jabal al-Lawz, located in northeast Saudi Arabia near the Jordan border. Jabal al-Lawz is 8,460 feet high and translates into English as the “mountain of almonds”.

Fish, said to have humanlike face, roils the Web - A video of a fish -- specifically a fish with a face some say looks awfully human -- is driving the Internet crazy. The video, shared on multiple social media platforms, purports to show markings on the fish that make it look like it's got a human visage.

Russian Firm Sells Autonomous Robot Clones of Real People - Russian startup Promobot is now selling autonomous robot clones of any real person. This is the key selling point of their robot called Robo-C as their website states: "Order a robot with the appearance of any person to your office or home."

This military base is getting its own exorcism horror movie, and it’s ‘based on a true story’ - “Incident at Fort Bragg" is “inspired by the true story of Irish priest Malachi Martin, who was brought in by the U.S. government to perform a sanctioned exorcism on a young soldier,” Variety reported.

'I could see the demons': An exorcism in Arkansas - Amy Stamatis was left paralyzed below the waist after she plunged from the second story of her Searcy home onto a brick patio in November 2006. The circumstances of the incident were unusual. ... She insists that she did not jump.... months beforehand, Stamatis had been struggling with “dark thoughts.” She had heard voices telling her to kill herself .... The voices didn’t stop.

Hollywood to make movie about exorcism that possibly took place at Fort Bragg - Hollywood is preparing to produce a movie about a possible exorcism that might have taken place at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. “The Incident at Fort Bragg” is reportedly based on the true story of Malachi Martin, who died in 1999 at the age of 78, the Fayetteville Observer reported last week.

The weirdest idea in quantum physics is catching on: There may be endless worlds with countless versions of you. - Ever wonder what would have happened if you'd taken up the "Hey, let's get coffee" offer from that cool classmate you once had? If you believe some of today’s top physicists, such questions are more than idle what-ifs. Maybe a version of you in another world did go on that date, and is now celebrating your 10th wedding anniversary.

Terminally Ill Scientist Undergoes Final Surgery To Become World’s First Full Cyborg - A terminally ill scientist is set to become the world’s first ‘full cyborg’; having just undergone the final medical procedure required to become – in his words – ‘Peter 2.0’. After being diagnosed with motor neuron disease two years ago, Dr Peter Scott-Morgan opted to rail against his condition using his scientific prowess; challenging the very notion of what it means to be human.

The secret séance rituals of America’s largest Spiritualist community

Taggart didn’t set out to prove or disprove spiritualism. Rather, she says, she was driven by “a sinking feeling that these mediums knew something about life that I didn’t.”

Quantum Gravity Could Reverse Cause and Effect - Any theory of quantum gravity is going to have to grapple with some weird time stuff. You've probably heard of Schrödinger's cat, the unfortunate feline in a box that is simultaneously alive and dead until the box is opened to reveal its actual state. Well, now wrap your mind around Schrödinger's time, a situation in which one event can simultaneously be the cause and effect of another event.

Not only are we reincarnated - we get to choose our life - When we reincarnate, we forget all the other lives we have lived and what lessons we choose for this lifetime, but that’s only so we can have a fresh start this time around and experience all the joy and sorrows that we may encounter for the purpose of our soul’s growth.

9 Signs of a Reincarnated Soul - Energy never dies. It’s transferred back and forth endlessly, taking many shapes and different dwellings. Once energy escapes an expired body, it seeks a new vessel. The soul that adored you can’t wait to come back into your life, many times with a similar purpose. He or she might look different, but the same, unmistakable spirit will radiate forth.

Mind-Reading Chip Sends Thoughts To Computer... - Engineers from China Electronics Corporation and Tianjin University have created a chip known as the Brain Talker, with the device said to be capable of reading human brainwave activity and efficiently translating it to enable users to control a computer.

The technology, known as a 'brain-computer interface', or BCI, has been theorised for many decades, and has featured prominently in science fiction and techno-thriller books and films such as Neuromancer, Firefox, Ghost in the Shell, and Robocop.

Dawn of Planet of the Apes ? - Scientists put human gene into monkeys to make them smarter, human-like - Researchers edited the human version of a gene known as ‘MCPH1' into the macaques. The gene made the monkeys' brain develop along a more human-like timeline. The gene-hacked monkeys showed better reaction times and improved short-term memories in comparison to their unaltered peers, as per China Daily.

Planet of the APPS! Chimpanzee ‘figures out’ how to use an iPhone to scroll through videos and photographs - According to the Infinite Monkey Theorem, if you give enough apes sufficient time and plenty of typewriters, then they should be able to rattle out the complete works of William Shakespeare.

Most atheists believe in the supernatural, despite trusting science

Astrophysicist Says He Knows How to Build a Time Machine But his peers are far from convinced that it'll work.

Astrophysicist claims he's figured out time travel

Time travel without paradoxes is possible with many parallel timelines

‘Greta Thunberg’ [look alike ?] spotted in 120-year-old photo - Conspiracy theorists are branding teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg a time traveller after spotting her in a 120-year-old picture.

Where Does the Concept of Time Travel Come From? - The concept of time travel — moving through time the way we move through three-dimensional space — may in fact be hardwired into our perception of time. Linguists have recognized that we are essentially incapable of talking about temporal matters without referencing spatial ones. "In language — any language — no two domains are more intimately linked than space and time," wrote Israeli linguist Guy Deutscher in his 2005 book "The Unfolding of Language."

‘Bitcoin time-traveler’ Reddit post has been edited, but nobody knows who did it - In 2013, a Reddit user appeared to present a bleak outlook of the year 2025, where rampant inequality and parabolic Bitcoin value has pushed the world to the brink of collapse. The post is absolutely ridiculous, but surprisingly, it appears someone has recently doctored it to read as if OP themselves returned to edit the post, despite their account being deleted years ago.

Researchers successfully sent a simulated elementary particle back in timeThe second law of thermodynamics states that order always moves to disorder, which we experience as an arrow of time. Scientists used a quantum computer to show that time travel is theoretically possible by reverting a simulated particle from an entropic to a more orderly state.

Why Does Time Seem Like It's Speeding Up? - When human attention is hyperfocused on a single point, all other environmental stimuli tends to be cut off. When we completely cut our experience off from our surroundings, this often makes us feel as though we are suffering from what is sometimes called "time loss". Add to this the never-ending quest for a new hit of dopamine that digital culture provides and you have a recipe for the mass warping of human brains.

Modal time theory: Understanding human existence through time travel and music

Time Travel Simulation Resolves “Grandfather Paradox”

🙄 Time Traveller Shocks Us All Again With Information About the Future

NASA scientist claims time travel is POSSIBLE because ‘speed of light is changing’

MT Tech professor claims UFOs are time machines from future

Evolution or time travel? - In the fall of 2018 the Romanian minister of Research and Innovation, Nicolae Hurduc, publicly expressed doubts as to the evolutionary connection between chimps and humans. The chemical engineering professor said it was not logical for a “machine so complex” as man to have evolved from a monkey, but that it was more “interesting” to him to believe that “we come from a parallel world of the future.”

This thought experiment explains how quantum computers can time travel - You know how sometimes you find yourself facing off against an enemy spaceship in a Wild West-inspired laser duel where whoever fires first wins?

What if I told you that a group of researchers (a murder of physicists?) came up with a way for you to manipulate the very fabric of time and space so that, no matter who fires first, you both die? That’s probably not the best pitch you’ve heard for developing quantum computers. But it’s an interesting one.

The Search For Time Travelers On The Internet - Titor clearly understood some aspects of physics and time travel theories, and knew quite a bit about a 1970s portable computer known as the IBM 5100. According to Titor, the IBM 5100 was central to his mission. The specificity of his posts, as well as his willingness to make predictions about the future made him a bit of a legend. He's featured in several fictional works such as Steins;Gate, and is often mentioned in discussions about time travel.

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