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UFO and Alien Landing on earth, claims scientist

UFO and Alien Landing on earth, claims scientist

A scientist claims to have proved an alien spacecraft landed on earth, after investigating a perplexing case for nearly 40 years. Dr Erol Faruk has published the findings of his investigation into a substance left on the ground after a famous UFO sighting in a book which has concluded extraterrestrial activity is the only explanation. In self-published work, The Compelling ... Read More »

Big planet spotted in ‘bulge’ at the centre of our galaxy

Big planet spotted in 'bulge' at the centre of our galaxy

Astronomers have spotted a planet so big it might not actually be a planet – in the hostile environment of the ‘galactic bulge’ at the heart of our Milky Way galaxy. The newly discovered planet, designated OGLE-2016-BLG-1190Lb, is the first Spitzer microlensing exoworld residing in the galactic bulge. Microlensing is very useful technique for detecting alien worlds in the inner ... Read More »

Quantum materials offer novel route to 3-D electronic devices, says new research

Quantum materials offer novel route to 3-D electronic devices, says new research

Scientists have shown how the principles of general relativity open the door to novel electronic applications such as a three-dimensional electron lens and electronic invisibility devices. Aalto University scientists Alex Westström and Teemu Ojanen propose a method to go beyond special relativity and simulate Einstein’s theory of general relativity in inhomogeneous Weyl semimetals. The theory of Weyl metamaterials combines ideas ... Read More »

Mars city living: Your bedroom will look a lot different

Mars city living: Your bedroom will look a lot different

It’s hard to say exactly how humans will live on Mars, if and when we occupy the planet. Maybe we’ll burrow in lava tubes. Maybe we’ll reside in giant greenhouses. However their shelters end up, the Red Planet’s first residents will be a long way from Earth (around nine months and 140 million miles on average), so they’ll have to ... Read More »

Powering Saturn’s Active Ocean Moon, says new research

Powering Saturn's Active Ocean Moon, says new research

Heat from friction could power hydrothermal activity on Saturn’s moon Enceladus for billions of years if the moon has a highly porous core, according to a new modeling study by European and U.S. researchers working on NASA’s Cassini mission. A paper published in Nature Astronomy today presents the first concept that explains the key characteristics of 500 km-diameter Enceladus as ... Read More »

New Research: How the dinosaur-killing asteroid affected mammals

New Research: How the dinosaur-killing asteroid affected mammals

The enormous asteroid that struck the Earth 66 million years ago not only wiped out the dinosaurs, but drastically changed the behaviour of mammals. A new research led by UCL and Tel Aviv University’s Steinhardt Museum of Natural History has found that mammals only started being active in the daytime after non-avian dinosaurs were wiped out. A long-standing theory holds ... Read More »

Nibiru: Is Planet 9 real and is it a threat to Earth?

Is Nibiru going to hit the Earth in 2017?

NIBIRU is getting closer to the earth and will cause a polar shift triggering tsunamis and a second ice age, a self-proclaimed Planet X expert has sensationally claimed. Nibiru is on a collision course with the world and will appear in our solar system between November 20 and December 20, doomsayers claim. A raft of sightings have been reported recently ... Read More »

‘Discovery’ in nuclear fusion produced by melting quarks

'Discovery' in nuclear fusion produced by melting quarks

Scientists at Tel Aviv University and the University of Chicago have shown that a huge amount of energy – 10 times that of nuclear fusion – can be produced by melting elementary particles called quarks. The study, considered to be a “breakthrough,” was just published in the journal Nature along with a special editorial on the Israeli findings. The particles ... Read More »

T. rex’s silly-looking arms were built for slashing, says new study

T. rex's silly-looking arms were built for slashing, says new research

The Tyrannosaurus Rex was one of the scariest killers in the history of Planet Earth. But its fearsome image was undermined a little by the ridiculousness of its puny arms, which were among the smallest of all dinosaurs when considered proportionally against the size of its body. Now one researchers has claimed the tiny arms were actually “vicious weapons” equipped ... Read More »

A1689B11: The most ancient spiral galaxy confirmed

A1689B11: The most ancient spiral galaxy confirmed

Astronomers have confirmed the age of a spiral galaxy to be 11 billion years old, making it the oldest ever discovered. The most ancient spiral galaxy discovered to date is revealing its secrets to a team of astronomers at Swinburne University of Technology and The Australian National University (ANU), part of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in All ... Read More »

New Mars 2020 rover will include twenty-three cameras

New Mars 2020 rover will include twenty-three cameras (Photo)

NASA’s newest Mars rover will be kitted out with 23 ‘eyes’ to capture more detailed 3D and color images of the Red Planet than ever before. “Camera technology keeps improving,” says Justin Maki of JPL, Mars 2020’s imaging scientist and deputy principal investigator of the Mastcam-Z instrument, in a press statement. “Each successive mission is able to utilize these improvements, ... Read More »