By: Jae Baeli
Flatheads RejoiceAfter about the 3rd century B.C., no one really thought the earth was flat. that idea became popular with the publication of The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus by Washington Irving.There is, however, a Flat Earth Society, which sprang from interpretations...
By: Steve Lussing
Astrophysicists, cosmologists, astronomers, and the scientific community as a whole are generally in agreement that space is as much a creation as the matter which occupies it - or displaces it, depending on your point of view. This is a good starting point for rationalizing...
By: Cheryl Howard
Well, I know that most people won't admit that they've seen a U.F.O., because they're afraid that someone will call them a 'crackpot', or 'wierdo'. Well, I've decided that I don't care what people think.I saw my 1st ufo, when I was...
By: Joe Murray
Contemplating "Of the Nature of Things," Lucretius (96-55 BCE) questioned the concept of the universe's infinity when he wrote, "If we should theorize that the whole of space were limited, then it a man ran out to its very last limits and hurled a...
By: Janet Grischy
From a scientific point of view, Comet McNaught, also called C/2006P1, was a chance to study the way our universe works. Discovered in August of 2006 by Scottish-Australian astronomer Robert McNaught, who has found 40 comets (so far), alone or in collaboration, it became the...
By: Wil Player
Ever since 1947 the number of reported UFO sightings has rocketed beyond the orbit of the Earth and is now as far out as the furthest planet in our Solar System named Pluto. We all know that UFOs' are not a recent phenomenon; they have...
By: Steve Lussing
Thus far, the main candidate for life elsewhere than in our own solar system has been Gliese 581 C, a world around the red dwarf star Gliese 581, about 20.4 light years distant from us. This world has a diameter about 1.4 times...
By: John Welford
The distance between the Earth and the Moon is not constant, but varies over the course of the Moon's orbit around the Earth, which is not a perfect circle but an ellipse. The point at which the Moon is furthest from Earth is called the...
By: Cody Hodge
As much as I would love to believe that UFO's are spacecraft driven by extraterrestrial creatures I have to say I find it hard to believe. I think we can prove without a doubt that there is no intelligent life in our solar system besides...
By: Cody Hodge
Have aliens already visited our planet? That is a very interesting question, but I would have to say that if they have already visited our planet, then they must not be that much more advanced than we are. The gap could literally be just a...

 

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