Many animals, particularly migrating animals such as birds, have a magnetic sixth sense that allows them to trace their paths along Earth’s magnetic fields. California Institute...
Hillary Clinton’s Role in Investigating Unidentified Aerial Phenomena
BRANTFORD, Canada—Hillary Clinton played a key role in the ’90s as First Lady in an effort to uncover classified government information on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP,... Read more
The Most Common Coincidences
To describe and classify is often the first step in developing a new science. Like the early botanists, I am developing a taxonomy for coincidences... Read more
Expert in Chinese Petroglyphs Supports Theory Ancient Chinese Made It to America
Petroglyphs found across North America have suggested that ancient Chinese explorers made contact with Native Americans. Yaoliang Song, a professor at the East China Normal... Read more
Retired Police Detective Identifies Mysterious Patterns Across Thousands of Missing Persons Cases
TORONTO—David Paulides, who has more than 20 years’ experience in law enforcement, has analyzed missing persons cases across North America and has found some startling... Read more
Study Measures Intuition, Shows It Can Boost Accuracy of Decision-Making
Intuition can help people make decisions more quickly, accurately, and confidently, according to a study by researchers at the University of New South Wales, published... Read more
Astronomers Say Advanced Alien Civilizations Have Existed
Astronomers Adam Frank and Woodruff Sullivan, at the University of Rochester and the University of Washington respectively, published a paper in the May issue of... Read more
250-Ton Boulder Seems to Defy Laws of Physics
The Krishna Butter Ball is a large boulder located in Mahabalipuram, a town in the Kancheepuram district in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. ... Read more
Evidence Accumulates for Ancient Transoceanic Voyages, Says Geographer
Theories on the fringe of science sometimes slowly work their way into the core as the evidence accumulates. “A classic example is the continental drift... Read more
Ancient Travels to the Americas or a Modern Forgery? Who Made the Bat Creek Inscription?
The Bat Creek Stone was discovered in a small mound near Knoxville, Tenn., in 1889. It is a small stone tablet engraved with several mysterious... Read more
What Role Does Pattern-Seeking Play in Perceiving Coincidences?
Coincidences emerge in the minds of the beholders. Without a human mind to detect them, most coincidences would not exist. Cognitive processing errors serve for... Read more
Quantum Mechanics Has Reached Limit, Says Stanford Scientist Who Offers Alternative
The present framework of quantum mechanics has reached its limit, said Professor Emeritus Dr. William Tiller of Stanford University’s department of materials science, in a... Read more
How a Former Yale Professor Turned to Spiritual Science
Gary Schwartz was raised without faith and steeped in science, but emerged a spiritual man. “I was raised to be an orthodox agnostic,” he said. He... Read more
Anthropologist Convinced Elves Live Alongside Regular People in Iceland
Since the beginning of time, elves have been the stuff of legend in Iceland, but locals here will earnestly tell you that elves appear regularly... Read more
Discovery of 176,500-Year-Old Human Structures in Cave Confound Scientists
An incredible discovery may change everything we thought we knew about ancient humans. The Bruniquel Cave, located in southwestern France, was discovered in 1990. Inside, 1,100 feet... Read more
They’re Alive! Megalithic Sites Are More Than Just Stone?
It doesn’t take much to stimulate the human body’s electro-magnetic circuitry; a small change in the local environment is enough. People who visit ancient temples... Read more
Cambridge Science Historian Contemplates Place of Parapsychology
Materialism and psychical research are often viewed as antithetical. But psychic phenomena and the occult have been with us all throughout our development of science,... Read more