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Tiny frog has a poisonous inflatable backside
5-26-2018 | 3 comments
South America's Cuyaba dwarf frog has a rather unique way of dissuading predators from eating it for lunch.
Dinosaur asteroid wiped out most bird species
5-26-2018 | 1 comment | Palaeontology
According to a new study, only a few select bird species survived the asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs.
Huge canyons discovered beneath Antarctica
5-25-2018 | 7 comments | Science & Technology
Giant troughs running for hundreds of kilometers have been found deep beneath the ice at the South Pole.
Canberra man falls victim to 'curse of Uluru'
5-25-2018 | 20 comments | Ghosts & Hauntings
A man who took home a piece of Australia's famous Ayers Rock believes that he has fallen under its curse.
Woman to become world's oldest mother at 70
5-25-2018 | 23 comments | Bizarre
A mother-of-seven in Mexico has claimed that she is six months pregnant with her eighth child at the age of 70.
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Space & Astronomy
New tests cast doubt on 'impossible' EmDrive
5-24-2018 | 26 comments
Researchers in Germany may have found an explanation for the thrust produced by the controversial drive.
New Grace mission will weigh Earth's water
5-23-2018 | 1 comment | Space & Astronomy
The launch of two new satellites in to orbit will enable scientists to study the evolution of our planet's climate.
Interstellar interloper found near Jupiter
5-21-2018 | 8 comments | Space & Astronomy
An asteroid believed to be from another solar system has been found orbiting the Sun in the wrong direction.
Planet-hunting probe captures first image
5-20-2018 | 16 comments | Space & Astronomy
NASA's new spacecraft has returned a breathtaking two-second exposure which features over 200,000 stars.
Further evidence of Planet Nine discovered
5-18-2018 | 15 comments | Space & Astronomy
A small solar system object with a strange orbit has hinted at the presence of a large, unknown world.
New fossil find prompts Pangaea split rethink
5-24-2018 | 6 comments
A new fossil discovery has revealed that the early supercontinent split more slowly than previously believed.
Dinosaur tracks 'thrown into lake' in Utah
5-14-2018 | 11 comments | Palaeontology
Visitors to a US state park in Utah have been inadvertently destroying fossil dinosaur footprints.
Fossil footprints hint at giant sloth chase
4-26-2018 | 13 comments | Palaeontology
New evidence has been discovered to suggest that our ancestors hunted down giant prehistoric sloths.
Cows could end up as world's largest mammals
4-21-2018 | 27 comments | Palaeontology
Scientists have warned that cows could eventually become the largest remaining mammals on Earth.
Did intelligent life exist on Earth before humans ?
 Hot!  4-19-2018 | 427 comments | Palaeontology
Could there have been an advanced civilization on our planet long before mankind appeared on the scene ?
Florida city sends out zombie alert message
5-23-2018 | 20 comments
Lake Worth residents were shocked to receive an alert warning them about zombies earlier this week.
Man 'being followed by a pig' calls the police
5-22-2018 | 21 comments | Bizarre
Police in Ohio were shocked to discover that a call about a pig following a man home was actually genuine.
Audio illusion has been baffling the Internet
 Hot!  5-17-2018 | 86 comments | Bizarre
A simple audio clip of a word being spoken has divided listeners who can't agree on what the word actually is.
Chinese family's dog turns out to be a bear
5-16-2018 | 14 comments | Bizarre
One family got the surprise of their lives when they discovered that their adopted 'puppy' was actually a bear.
Tanker crash unleashes tidal wave of chocolate
5-10-2018 | 12 comments | Bizarre
A recent road accident in Poland saw a tanker truck full of liquid chocolate overturn, spilling its cargo everywhere.
Loch Ness DNA tests to aid in hunt for Nessie
5-23-2018 | 19 comments
Scientists are aiming to learn exactly what types of creatures are living in Scotland's enigmatic loch.
Couple report 'Bigfoot' sighting in New Jersey
5-16-2018 | 36 comments | Cryptozoology
The report is one of several dozen to have arisen in the northeastern US state over the last few decades.
Man reports 'Bigfoot' sighting in England
5-12-2018 | 24 comments | Cryptozoology
A train passenger traveling from Exeter to Bristol claimed to have seen a 'Bigfoot-like creature' in a nearby field.
Cottingley fairies still intrigue 100 years on
 Hot!  3-3-2018 | 54 comments | Cryptozoology
In 1917, two English schoolgirls claimed to have photographed fairies at the bottom of their garden.
Woman sues California over Bigfoot sighting
 Hot!  2-18-2018 | 48 comments | Cryptozoology
Claudia Ackley has taken it upon herself to sue the state for refusing to acknowledge the existence of Bigfoot.
Natural World
Giant predatory worms have invaded France
5-22-2018 | 12 comments
Scientists have warned that huge worms up to 40cm long have been silently invading French gardens.
Scientists play classical music for crocodiles
5-5-2018 | 9 comments | Natural World
The bizarre new experiment aimed to analyze how juvenile crocodile brains react to complex stimuli.
$379M pledged to help save Great Barrier Reef
4-30-2018 | 0 comments | Natural World
The Australian government has pledged a large sum of money in an effort to save the dying natural wonder.
'World's largest mosquito' discovered in China
4-25-2018 | 23 comments | Natural World
A Chinese entomologist found the insect, which has a wingspan of 11.5cm, during a field trip last year.
'Bizarre' squid seen alive for the first time
4-22-2018 | 7 comments | Natural World
The NOAA's Okeanos Explorer vessel filmed this extraordinary cephalopod during a recent expedition.
$17B 'holy grail of shipwrecks' discovered
The long-lost 300-year-old Spanish galleon was found with the help of an autonomous underwater vehicle.
'Made in China' label solves shipwreck mystery
The origins of a mysterious 800-year-old shipwreck have been determined thanks to a rather helpful label.
Firm wants to build city of floating pyramids
Italian architecture firm Lazzarini Design Studio is looking to construct entire neighborhoods that float in the ocean.
Octopuses are space aliens, scientists claim
 Hot!  5-18-2018
A bizarre new theory proposes that octopus embryos arrived on Earth on a comet millions of years ago.
Jury used Ouija board to find murderer guilty
The 1994 case made headline news after it was revealed that four jurors used a Ouija board to reach their verdict.
MoD 'deleted UFO files' after completing report
Declassified documents from the British Ministry of Defense have revealed details of a 1997 UFO study.
Mind control documents released by accident
A file recently released by the US government contains information about 'psycho-electric weapons'.
Did a mystic predict Putin's rise to power ?
During a meeting in 1979, blind mystic Baba Vanga allegedly predicted that Putin would 'rule the world'.
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Thom Reed UFO Monument Park
The story of Thom Reed and his encounter with a UFO in 1969.
Kathleen Meadows
Do you feel cursed?
Kathleen Meadows on how to help someone who believes that they have been cursed.
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Stories & Experiences
Mystery bristle brush
5-9-2018 | Whittier, U.S.A.
Dreams and clues to the future
3-31-2018 | Philippines and Germany
Black cloaked figure
3-31-2018 | Carlisle, Cumbria, England
Three knocks
3-8-2018 | Canada
Two shadows of me
3-8-2018 | Bellflower, LA
I think I know what I saw
3-5-2018 | Near Sultan, Washington
Ghost, or something else ?
3-5-2018 | Ohio, USA
Black hole in Bismarck
2-14-2018 | Mandan

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The Galton Board
Posted 5-25-2018 | 0 comments
How do the balls in a Galton Board end up forming a seemingly pre-determined pattern?
Can an artificial intelligence really think ?
Posted 5-22-2018 | 9 comments
AI computer systems may be intelligent, but can they ever be truly self-aware ?
Where are all the B batteries ?
Posted 5-20-2018 | 3 comments
Batteries such as AA and AAA are common, but where are all the other letters ?
Meerkats caught in a dust storm
Posted 5-15-2018 | 1 comment
This group of meerkats in the Kalahari desert must split up to hide and survive the storm.
10 times Michio Kaku blew our minds
Posted 5-12-2018 | 2 comments
A look at some of theoretical physicist Michio Kaku's most mind-bending arguments.
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Column Articles
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Sean Casteel
Weird winged wonders
Sean Casteel takes a look at cases of strange flying creatures.
Kathleen Meadows
February, the month of the Hierophant
Kathleen Meadows talks about love, Valentine's Day and the Hierophant.
Edward Crabtree
Out of our minds: are UFOs thought-forms?
Are UFOs physical or psychological in nature ?
Sean Casteel
Project Magnet 'exposed'
A look at the life and work of Canadian radio engineer Wilbert Smith.
Joe Posner
Close encounters today: a global UFO update
A look at the current state of the UFO phenomenon.
Rob MacGregor
Journey to the Akashic Records
A detailed look at the out-of-body experiences of Wesley Meeks.
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