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Goat-Man Panic in the Lone Star State - Mysterious Universe
THE ANOMALIST Nick Redfern shares his findings with us on one of his favorite paranormal subjects, the goat man sightings in Rock Lake, Texas. Going back to 1969, Nick recounts... 2 hours
Alternative Healer Proposes Legitimate Species Name For Bigfoot - Doubtful News
THE ANOMALIST Here is yet another so-called Bigfoot researcher doing his best--however inadvertently--to ensure no one ever takes the subject of Sasquatch seriously. Doesn't help that Dr. Erich Hunter... 2 hours
Philip Mantle with Curtis Collins - The Paracast
THE ANOMALIST Gene Steinberg and guest co-host Curtis Collins chat with British ufologist and publisher Philip Mantle on the state of ufology in his country, the UK, versus the US. Mantle makes pithy comments... 2 hours
Is Goddess Gaia Mother Earth Real?
MYSTIC INVESTIGATIONS VIDEO Yes the Goddess Earth is real, and we live upon her body which is the planet herself.  When the Omniverse God created Earth, and other complex life bearing planets in our Universe, he was surprised to find that... 3 hours
Gralien Daily News for November 22, 2017
THE GRALIEN REPORT Here are today’s headlines… NASA’s Cassini is dead, but you can still enjoy its last gorgeous photo of Saturn The real science behind the unreal predictions of major earthquakes in 2018 Enormous Extinct Sea... 2 hours
EU trade ban brings down global trade in wild birds by 90 percent
PHYS.ORG Trade of wild birds has dropped about 90% globally since the EU banned bird imports in 2005. A study published today in... 3 hours
Incite Wonder and Inspire Your Kids by Giving the Gift of Science (Op-Ed)
SPACE.COM Looking for ways to entertain your kids this holiday season? Stop looking down at touch-screen devices, and look up at the universe. 4 hours
Mysterious deep-Earth seismic signature explained
PHYS.ORG New research on oxygen and iron chemistry under the extreme conditions found deep inside the Earth could explain a longstanding seismic mystery called ultralow velocity zones. Published in Nature, the findings could have far-reaching implications on our understanding... 4 hours
New composite material made of carbon nanotubes
SCIENCE DAILY Due to their unique properties, carbon nanotubes would be ideal for numerous applications, but to date they cannot be combined adequately with other materials, or they lose their beneficial properties. Scientists have developed an... 4 hours
How the Earth stops high-energy neutrinos in their tracks
SCIENCE DAILY For the first time, a science experiment has measured Earth's ability to absorb neutrinos -- the smaller-than-an-atom particles that zoom throughout space and through us by the trillions every second... 3 hours
Ribbed mussels could help improve urban water quality
PHYS.ORG Ribbed mussels can remove nitrogen and other excess nutrients from an urban estuary and could help improve water quality in other urban and coastal locations, according to a study in New York... 3 hours
What are the likely effects of Brexit on UK regions?
PHYS.ORG A new Papers in Regional Science article that highlights the possible implications of Brexit for the UK and its regions notes that the results for the UK economy... 5 hours
apple could use machine learning to shore up lidar limitations in self driving Apple could use machine learning to shore up LiDAR limitations in self-driving
TechCrunch  Apple has a new paper published in Cornell’s arXiv open directory of scientific research, describing a method for using machine learning to translate the... 5 hours
jurassic world fallen kingdom teaser confirms we still want dinosaurs to murder us Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom teaser confirms we still want dinosaurs to murder us
THE VERGE It’s difficult to fathom why anyone in the Jurassic Park... 4 hours
Plague likely a Stone Age arrival to central Europe
PHYS.ORG A team of researchers led by scientists at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History has sequenced the first six European genomes of the plague-causing bacterium Yersinia... 5 hours
with ethereum wallets under constant attack jibrel network decided to build their own With Ethereum wallets under constant attack, Jibrel Network decided to build their own
TechCrunch  Since blockchain technologies appeared people have been trying to figure... 6 hours
New method to measure neutron star size uses modeling based on thermonuclear explosions
SCIENCE DAILY Neutron stars are made out of cold ultra-dense matter. How this matter behaves is one of the biggest mysteries in modern nuclear... 5 hours
'Star Trek' Quiz: 12 Questions to Help You Live Long and Prosper
SPACE.COM The "Star Trek" franchise is a huge universe, and it can be intimidating to beam into if you're not a core Trekkie. But never... 5 hours
12 great Star Wars gifts of 2017
Windows Central These are the Star Wars gifts that are actually worth buying. It's a glorious time to be a Star Wars fan! We get a new movie every year, new books spanning so many different... 6 hours
Do dark matter and dark energy exist?
PHYS.ORG Researchers have hypothesized that the universe contains "dark matter." They have also posited the existence of "dark energy." These two hypotheses account for the movement of stars in galaxies and for the accelerating expansion... 7 hours
Black Friday deal: Get two years of IPVanish VPN for just $69
Windows Central Looking to invest in a VPN? This Black Friday deal might be too attractive to turn down. Virtual Private Networks (VPN) have been gaining... 7 hours
Flat-Earther to Launch Himself in Homemade Steam Rocket Saturday
LIVE SCIENCE A flat-Earth enthusiast who claims not to believe in science plans to launch himself 1,800 feet (550 meters) above California's Mojave Desert in a homemade steam rocket on Saturday (Nov.... 7 hours
How to science up your Thanksgiving dinner
Science Magazine VIDEO Physical chemist and food science nerd Dario Bressanini chats about the most common chemical reaction in your kitchen—and more 9 hours
A material with promising properties
PHYS.ORG Researchers at the University of Konstanz have developed a method for synthesising Europium (II) oxide nanoparticles, a ferromagnetic semiconductor that is relevant for data storage and data transport 9 hours
What can albatross poo tell us about climate change?
PHYS.ORG Sometimes science leads to unexpected places. Just ask Julie McInnes. She measures the effects of climate change by studying fresh albatross poo. 8 hours
How Hulu’s Runaways took its fresh look at superheroes directly from the comics
See Ant-Man's New Suit In A Paul Rudd Video From The Ant-Man And The Wasp Set
This robot made of algae can swim through your body—thanks to magnets
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Apple Shares New 'Sway' Holiday Ad Featuring AirPods and iPhone X
New Rick And Morty Video Delivers A Sincerely Heartwarming Backstory For Fan Favorite Character
Watch these whales exfoliate their way to healthy skin—by rubbing on rocks
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Is Goddess Gaia Mother Earth Real?
Bowhead whales come to Cumberland Sound in Nunavut to exfoliate
Apple's Beats supports Kaepernick in pulsating new ad - CNET
Samsung Galaxy S9 w/ dual-camera only on ‘Plus’ model rumored for tease at CES
Elon Musk files permit to begin digging underground tunnel in LA
Watch JJ Abrams Try To Give Star Wars IX Spoilers To A Fan But Things Go Horribly
The Big Way Dancing With The Stars Is Changing Up Its Next Season
Netflix's She's Gotta Have It tells a familiar story in a new way
How drones are being used in Zanzibar's fight against malaria