October 23, 2016 8:08 AM ET
What's that in the sky? An aurora. A large coronal mass ejection occurred on our Sun five days before this 2012 image was taken, throwing a cloud of fast moving electrons, protons, and ions toward the Earth.
Although most of this cloud passed above the Earth, some of it impacted our Earth's magnetosphere and resulted in spectacular auroras being seen at high northern latitudes. Featured here is a particularly photogenic auroral corona captured above Grotfjord, Norway.
To some, this shimmering green glow of recombining atmospheric oxygen might appear as a large eagle, but feel free to share what it looks like to you. Although now past Solar Maximum, our Sun continues to show occasional activity creating impressive auroras on Earth visible only last week. Auroras
October 23, 2016 8:11 AM ET
Final presidential debate - Trump and Hillary - "I'll keep you in suspense"
Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner
What would Nostradamus write?
October 14, 2016 10:00 AM ET
Based on what Donald Trump is saying, many people are speculating that he is trying to expose and/or create a New World Order which aligns with global conspiracy theories. It's everything you've read about for decades. You understand the symbolism of this image that shares grids and iconography with ancient and current timelines. The All Seeing Eye is the black hole related to Simulation Theory and the Holographic Universe. -- Read More ...
October 19, 2016 9:33 AM ET
Where were you on Black Monday - October 19, 1987? The stock market has hit near-record heights this year, despite myriad reasons for anxiety: the U.S. presidential elections, Brexit, China's economic slowdown. But some analysts warn that a severe fall could be coming. They see a worrisome parallel in the current highs to the run-up to Black Monday, the global crash that sent stocks plummeting on this date in 1987.The Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 500 points in New York, a 22.6 percent decline that remains the largest in the index's history - even outstripping the 1929 plunge that heralded the Great Depression. Investors in U.S. stocks lost an estimated $1 trillion. Read More ...
October 21, 2016 12:00 PM ET
Do you believe they will make a significant discovery there or is this PR to increase tourism?
It has long been rumored that there's much more to the Great Pyramid at Giza than meets the eye, such as hidden corridors and chambers. Scientists working with the Operation ScanPyramids project say they've discovered cavities in the structure, perhaps indicating the fabled spaces really do exist. Read More ...
October 20, 2016 10:00 AM ET
October 15, 2016 11:15 AM ET
We all have the same mission ... to look beyond emotions and remember that we are projected illusion in a simulation.
If you "get it" you're lucky and your perspective on reality changes.
Third dimension or physical reality is about the journey into emotions - positive and negative - and the evolution out.
October 20, 2016 5:15 PM ET
Perhaps the bias against left-handers dates back much further than we thought. By examining striations on teeth of a Homo habilis fossil, a new discovery led by a University of Kansas researcher has found the earliest evidence for right-handedness in the fossil record dating back 1.8 million years. Read More ...
October 18, 2016 8:00 PM ET
Ancient DNA research has revealed that Ice Age cave artists recorded a previously unknown hybrid species of bison and cattle in great detail on cave walls more than 15,000 years ago. The mystery species, known affectionately by the researchers as the Higgs Bison because of its elusive nature, originated over 120,000 years ago through the hybridization of the extinct Aurochs (the ancestor of modern cattle) and the Ice Age Steppe Bison, which ranged across the cold grasslands from Europe to Mexico. Read More ...
October 19, 2016 7:00 AM ET
Australian archaeologists announced plans Wednesday to recreate Laos' mysterious Plain of Jars as a three-dimensional virtual reality experience, that could one day see museum visitors walk through remote dig sites. The Plain of Jars, in Laos' central Xieng Khouang province, is scattered with thousands of stone vessels but scientists have yet to discover their original purpose. Read More ...
October 18, 2016 7:29 PM ET
In his mid 40s, Mike Thomas went bald. Not a "little bald spot in the back" kind of bald or "receding hairline" kind of bald, but almost totally and completely bald. He was diagnosed with alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease, and he was devastated. He looked, by his own description, like a "freak," with his eyebrows and eyelashes completely gone. He could feel it when people looked at him. Some of them quietly asked whether he had cancer. Read More ...
October 20, 2016 5:02 PM ET
Using a recently developed technology for analyzing DNA, scientists have found dozens of genes and two major biological pathways that are likely involved in the development of the disorder but had not been uncovered in previous genetic studies of schizophrenia. The work provides important new information about how schizophrenia originates and points the way to more detailed studies -- and possibly better treatments in the future. Read More ...