A LEADING astronomer has discovered that our universe may not be the only one and that there might be a parallel or alternate universe.
NWO plot, mad agenda or gross misreporting? You be the judge.
Radioactive decay anomaly could imply a new fundamental force, theorists say.
Painted human mandibles that may have been worn like necklace pendants have been discovered at a ceremonial site in Mexico that dates back around 1,300 years. In the same ceremonial area, numerous whistles and figurines were also discovered. Made out of ceramic, these objects had been smashed into thousands of fragments, not a single example found intact.
At the present rate of development of new innovations in human life extension, as well as that of anti-aging therapies, many are saying that the human lifespan may be greatly extended in the coming decades. Although the present state of such technologies is focused primarily on warding off the negative effects of aging in therapeutic ways, the end result may be something once relegated to science fiction. Immortality, in the literal sense.
The oldest space dust yet found on Earth suggests that the ancient atmosphere of Earth had significantly more oxygen than previously thought, a new study finds.
A team in the Czech Republic has discovered a complex type of single celled organism which lack mitochondria (pictured), the power stations of cells.
The pursuit of eternal life has consumed mankind for centuries but now a British scientist believes we are close to cracking it.
In 2012, network scientist and data theorist Samuel Arbesman published a disturbing thesis: What we think of as established knowledge decays over time.
600-mile discovery uncovered under muddy water breaks 'all paradigms of reef science'.
Scientist Donald Hoffman from the University of California believes that what we are really seeing around us is simply a façade that guides our way around a far more complex and hidden matrix.
We might see things before we're actually aware of them.
New evidence has been provided to explain why deep sea creatures were able to survive the catastrophic asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
Some people appear to be born with 'superhero DNA' that cancels out genetic diseases like cystic fibrosis, say researchers.
The origin of life on Earth has been a matter of intense debate throughout human history. Even today, scientists don't know whether the molecular building blocks of life were created on Earth or whether they were brought here by comets and meteorites. This is obviously hugely important – if they were delivered to Earth then it seems plausible that they may have been transported to other planets, too.
Skeptic challenges notion that small-brained Homo naledi deliberately disposed of its dead
Many gene variants have been associated with schizophrenia, but we should be wary of these findings.
Today we face the possibility of babies getting organs grown in human/nonhuman chimeras-- beasts that are pigs except for a single human organ. To the uninitiated, this may sound more like the dark arts than modern medicine, but pursuing careful research and potential clinical use of these chimeras is both proper and important.
Maybe we're just blips on some cosmic computer screen.
The scientific community needs to get a grip on its bias. Thankfully, the Creator gave them wonderfully-designed hands.