High School Student Uses the Stars to find Lost Mayan City
A new archaeological discovery has been made, and as with the previous discovery of undiscovered chambers in the Bent Pyramid in Egypt, the key to making the find was found in the cosmos: this time, the connection was made by a high school student, using the stars to plot the locations of ancient Mayan cities.
List of Biosignature Elements to Help in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life
Due to the limitations presented by our culture's fledgling space travel technology, simply going to a planet orbiting another star isn't a practical way of determining whether or not there's any life there. Instead, researchers are using indirect methods of looking for extra-solar life, such as the conditions presented by the planet's host star in relation to it's orbit, the presence of an atmosphere, temperature, and so on. Now, a research team has devised a list of signature gases that astronomers can look for, that might be produced when a potential extraterrestrial organism metabolizes.
April 2016 Temperatures Marks 12th Straight Record-Breaking Month
Breaking yet another record, the global average temperature for April of 2016 marked the 12th consecutive month with temperatures above the 20th century average, with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reporting levels a full 1.10ºC above normal. This makes for the longest streak of record-breaking monthly temperatures -- a full year's worth -- since record-keeping began in the 19th century.
That 1.10ºC above average (1.12ºC according to NASA) also places last month as the hottest April on record, and also stands to mark 2016 as the hottest year on record, with the January through April period seeing 1.14ºC above average around the globe.
Modern Archaeology Pushes Back Human Timeline for Habitation in the Americas
The mainstream scientific theory that North and South America's indigenous cultures came across the Bering land bridge from Asia at the end of the last ice age appears to be in jeopardy, with the growing acceptance of archaeological finds across the two continents that point to a much earlier period of habitation. A recent paper published regarding an underwater sinkhole in Florida that contains human-made artifacts dating back to 14,550 years ago -- over a thousand years before humans were even supposed to be in Alaska -- is one such example, although the acceptance of these ideas has been slow.
Practical Psychic Self Defense
Robert Bruce returns with new insights into psychic self defense and out of body experiences. He takes us through the process of leaving the body and also describes some fantastic personal experiences of possession and fighting off what he calls "negs," or negative entities.
Listen as Robert leads us deep into a phenomenal but hidden and denied world of psychic power and psychic threat that is very real. Then, in the second half of the show, Whitley asks a question from Anne Strieber, and then proceeds to tell of an incredible experience where she manifested physically!
Jeff Ritzmann: the More You Give, the More You Get
Is there an intelligence here masquerading as our emotional expectations that needs us to perceive it to be here? Does it build the architecture of itself in this world through a feedback loop with experiencers? Jeff Ritzmann isn't certain, but it sure seems to work this way in his life. He's here to explain it. But first, he has an exciting new experiment he wants to try, but he needs our participation for it to work. Who amongst us will step up?
A note from Whitley Strieber:
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Military Jet Videoed Chasing UFO in Louisiana
This footage shows a military jet turning toward an unknown object in the sky above Bossier City, Louisiana which is near Barksdale AFB. The witness reported that the object slowly appeared to get smaller, then disappeared altogether. She said that there was heavy military activity in the area at a later time.
Extreme Heat Waves may Occur Annually in Africa by 2040
A new study has highlighted a disaster that is brewing for countries in Africa due to the issue of global warming: the study's climate models show that extreme heat waves may become an annual occurrence detrimentally impacting both life expectancy, and crop production in as little as two decades. With much of the continent lying within tropical latitudes, the heat experienced by Africa is infamous; with heat-caused drought, and famine already being an all-too common occurrence.
Space Debris Gouges International Space Station's Observation Window
As the old saying goes, life can move pretty fast, but this is especially true in space, where the difference in orbital velocities between two different objects can literally be faster than a speeding bullet. Last month, British astronaut Tim Peake posted a photograph of a 7 mm (1/4 inch) impact chip in one of the International Space Station's Cupola windows, suspected to have been caused by a miniscule piece of debris no bigger than a few thousandths of a millimeter across.
Awakening Part 14: Soul Craft
Whitley Strieber describes the body as "container" and the soul as the silent presence within. That has been done before, but what has not been done with this eloquence and clarity is to describe the connection between them, how it works, and how to use your life for its intended purpose: to enrich your soul. There is an astonishing clarity here that comes from a deep knowledge that can only derive from experience. This edition of Awakening is well worth careful attention. It is both deeply informative and profoundly inspiring.