Author Archives: Dennis Kidwell

Ancient Aliens: Wormholes & Space Travel

Wormholes allow for travel between two distant locations across the space-time continuum. Some scientists believe that extraterrestrial beings may have already used them to travel to Earth in the distant past. The theory of relativity allows for the existence of … Continue reading

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The Mercury 7 Astronauts: NASA’s First Space Travelers

The Mercury program represented NASA’s first human spaceflight program, with the aim to see if humans could function effectively in space for a few minutes or hours at a time. NASA’s first seven astronauts, the Mercury 7, were chosen in … Continue reading

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Superhabitable Worlds in Our Galaxy

Some Planets May Be Better for Life than Earth by Sara Zaske | WSU News Earth is not necessarily the best planet in the universe. Researchers have identified two dozen planets outside our solar system that may have conditions more … Continue reading

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UFO Crash Retrievals Are Now Going Mainstream

Eric W. Davis, a renowned astrophysicist who worked with the Pentagon UFO program, stated that he gave a classified briefing to a Defense Department agency as recently as March about retrievals from “off-world vehicles not made on this Earth.” Why … Continue reading

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Time Travel May Be Possible According to a New Study

New research postulates that a particular kind of time travel might actually be possible, according to a recent report. This is because of a middle ground in mathematics that solves a major logical paradox in one model of time travel. … Continue reading

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Did a Solar Flare Sink the Titanic?

A geomagnetic storm was present during the period around the Titanic’s disaster that may have impacted navigation and communication. Did a Solar Flare Sink the Titanic? Study Suggests Space Weather May Have Been Responsible for Tragedy by Mihika Basu | … Continue reading

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Making Nuclear Fusion Power a Reality

Startups, universities, and major companies are vying to commercialize a nuclear fusion reactor. 5 Big Ideas for Making Fusion Power a Reality by Tom Clynes | IEEE Spectrum The joke has been around almost as long as the dream: Nuclear … Continue reading

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The Big Bounce: An Alternative to the Big Bang Theory

Detailed computer simulations have found that a cosmic contraction can generate features of the universe that we observe today. Big Bounce Simulations Challenge the Big Bang by Charlie Wood | Quanta Magazine The standard story of the birth of the … Continue reading

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Rogue Planets That Float in Space Without a Sun

Upcoming NASA mission will search for planets in the Milky Way without their own sun. Rogue Planets That Float in Space Without Orbiting a Sun Could Outnumber the Stars by Ohio State University | SciTechDaily An upcoming NASA mission could … Continue reading

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The UK’s Most Spectacular UFO Photo

This article shows one of the best photos in the field of ufology. The Disappearance of the UK’s “Most Spectacular” UFO Photo by Alejandro Rojas | OpenMinds.tv Hanging on the wall near the British government’s UFO Desk was what one … Continue reading

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New Luxury Prop Plane Boasts Speed of a Jet

A new space-aged propeller plane could overtake business jets at a fraction of the running costs. California-based Otto Aviation claims its prototype Celera 500L can cruise at 450 mph, with a continental range of 4,500 miles. But the most striking … Continue reading

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Stars with Many Habitable Planets

Some Stars Could Support as Many as 7 Habitable Planets by Matt Williams | Universe Today In recent decades, over 4,000 extrasolar planets have been confirmed beyond our Solar System. With so many planets available for study, astronomers have learned … Continue reading

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UFO Technology: Limited Hangout vs. Full Disclosure

Limited Hangout vs. Full Disclosure of Reverse Engineered Alien Spacecraft by Dr. Michael Salla | Exopolitics.org Classified briefings given to staffers and officials from the U.S. Congress and Pentagon by Dr. Eric Davis on UFO/UAP reports have taken on great … Continue reading

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Is UFO Secrecy Crumbling?

Secrecy on UFOs has been with us for a lifetime. At times it has seemed like it would last forever. For the past few years, however, the media has treated the subject rather differently. Are we on a path toward … Continue reading

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A Super-Heavy Launch Vehicle Is Not Needed for Manned Moon Missions

Russian space industry giant Energia is involved in the production of everything from rockets and satellites to space stations and ballistic missiles, and is the prime mover behind the current Russian manned spaceflight programs. Korolev Rocket & Space Corporation Energia … Continue reading

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