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Habitable Zone Less Habitable?

The hunt for exoplanets has been heating up for years, aided by new technologies and refined methods for finding smaller and smaller planets that may harbor life.

Integral to this hunt is the concept that the ideal planet’s orbit will be in a habitable zone that is far enough away from its parent star that [...]

“Apollo 16 Found Alien Shipwreck” – Psychics

This just in:  it turns out that the Apollo 16 mission was our first encounter with alien life/technology. 

According to a “psychic R&D operation” based in Austin, TX called Tranception Inc., the Apollo 16 astronauts deserve the Congressional Space Medal of Honor for the first ever alien encounter with some ”shipwreck elements”. 

Here, you can read [...]

Saving Earth from Aliens and Asteroids

Mike Wall has an interesting piece this week on how humans might avoid the fate of the dinosaurs. In the last ten years alone, asteroid detection has radically improved. So too, have our hypothetical solutions. As our universe is still a blind billiards game of asteroids, Trojans, and extinct comets wheeling about, it is with [...]

Faster than Light? Not so Fast…

Einstein was wrong! We’ve found something that travels faster than light!

By now, the allegation of physicists at CERN has gone viral through every major news outlet. Indeed, the announcement does more than tickle the fancy; it seems to vindicate every sci-fi fan who stubbornly insisted the light-barrier would eventually be defeated. Wormholes, hyperspace, [...]

Life in the Universe and Drake

Some Scientists are now saying that life in the Universe may be rarer than we thought, but they also say that on the other hand it might not.

That might sounds wishy washy but often, when you dive in deeper the science gets really interesting and you see where they’re coming from……kind-of.

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