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 By Zane    Science    July 21, 2017 

Santa Monica's NASA Astronaut Randy Bresnik Live Interviews Before Space Station Mission

Santa Monica's NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik, who is making final preparations for his launch to the International Space Station later this month, will be participating in live satellite interviews...

 
 By Zane    Science    July 10, 2017

NASA Celebrates International Asteroid Day with Special Broadcast

NASA will mark the worldwide observance of International Asteroid Day at noon EDT Friday, June 30, with a special television program featuring the agency's Planetary Defense Coordination Office and...

 
 By Zane    Science    June 12, 2017

Monterey Bay Aquarium will be a 'Voice for the Ocean' at U.N. Ocean Conference

The ocean produces half the oxygen we breathe, regulates climate by absorbing atmospheric carbon, and is the primary source of protein for 3.5 billion people. These and other critical benefits are...

 
 By Zane    Science    June 4, 2017

A Whole New Jupiter: First Science Results from NASA's Juno Mission

Early science results from NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter portray the largest planet in our solar system as a complex, gigantic, turbulent world, with Earth-sized polar cyclones, plunging storm...

 
 By Stan Greene    Science    June 1, 2017
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Crashed UFO Found in Antarctica, Russian Scientist Claims in Youtube Video

What some say is an outcropping is in fact the portal to a crashed unidentified Flying Object, says a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In a Youtube video with over a million views, he says t...

 
 By Liz Miller    Science    June 1, 2017

United Arab Emirates Plans to put Men on Mars

While the United States increasingly puts science on the back burner, the United Arab Emirates is forging ahead with an ambitious program meant to increase knowledge and economic opportunities for...

 
 By Zane    Science    May 30, 2017

Symposium on Statewide Conservation with Discussions Led by 'Water Maven' Chris Austin

Chris Austin, author of the popular Maven's Notebook website and a prominent figure in California water news, will be one of the featured guests and moderators at Chino Basin Water Conservation...

 
 By Zane    Science    May 18, 2017

Save the Penguins: Urgency Grows for Governments to Establish Network of Protected Areas off Antarctica

The Pew Charitable Trusts has called on the 25 member governments of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) to continue their efforts to establish a network...

 
 By Stan Greene    Science    May 18, 2017

Saturn's Moon Iapetus Revealed As An Alien "Death Star" Starship: Cassini Spacecraft

Soundings from the high intensity ultrasound imager on the Cassini spacecraft prove that Iapetus, like another Saturnian moon Pan, is a holdover from the same ancient alien civilization. Iapetus is a...

 
 By Ella Branch    Science    May 18, 2017

Shark Bite: What If Sharks Are Attacking Us, Because We're Finning Them?

Cape Cod, Massachussetts. August, the twenty-first century. A ten-foot mako shark swings lightly in the breeze, suspended horizontally from a measuring gallows on the pier where a crowd of locals and...

 
 By Stan Greene    Science    May 15, 2017
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Video: UFO Crosses Sky Over California Desert on Wednesday Afternoon, May 3, 2017

One thing is for sure: This one is no fake. Who could create such a bright light in the sky for 2 minutes? Seeing is believing, and this is the clearest UFO video we have seen in years. A UFO flying...

 
 By Zane    Science    May 10, 2017

California Science Center to Open BODY WORLDS: PULSE May 20, 2017

The California Science Center introduced Gunther Von Hagens' BODY WORLDS exhibition of real human bodies to the Americas in 2004, drawing a record setting attendance of nearly one million guests. In r...

 
 By Stan Greene    Science    May 10, 2017

Trump Orders Complete Disclosure of UFO Data Kept by CIA In Area 51

As he spoke to astronauts on the International Space Station on Monday, President Donald Trump has ordered the Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency to review and release all files...

 
 By Zane    Science    May 1, 2017

Rescued Eaglet Returned to Mr. President & The First Lady in the National Arboretum

During the evening of April 20th, the right leg of 23-day-old Bald Eaglet "DC4" became precariously lodged inside a hole within the outer rails of its large stick-nest. The eaglet was unable to free...

 

Flamboyant Cuttlefish and the Eternal Mystery of the Pipefish at UCSD's Birch Aquarium

If you haven't seen a flamboyant cuttlefish before, picture this: a plushy purple almond of about three inches long, abutted at one end with a set of ten lacy wire appendages, one or two of which seem...

 
 By Zane    Science    April 21, 2017

A Time Capsule Associated With Jules Verne Has Been Discovered in the French Pyrenees

A multidisciplinary team of archaeologists and historians from the Paris Descartes University and The Explorers Club NYC have made an extraordinary discovery close to the French Pyrenees in the...

 

Teen Scientist Wins $250,000 Regeneron Science Talent Search Award

Society for Science & the Public and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has announced that Indrani Das, 17, of Oradell, New Jersey, won the top award in the Regeneron Science Talent Search, the...

 

Indonesian Villager Eaten by a Python; Snopes is Reserving Judgment

When villagers found the abandoned tools of a 25 year old man in a field, they suspected the worst: That he had been eaten by a huge snake. "We were immediately suspicious that the snake had swallowed...

 

New Technology Platform Provides African Park Rangers Real-Time Tools to Protect Animals

Responding to the elephant poaching crisis illustrated in 2016's Great Elephant Census (GEC), philanthropist Paul G. Allen and his team of technologists and conservation experts are partnering with...

 
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UFO Fleet Flies Past International Space Station (ISS) Tuesday in Video

The most spectacular UFO sighting in years was witnessed by thousands of people on earth on Tuesday, 2/17/17. A formation of 4 to 6 alien ships seem to sail past the International Space Station, rever...

 
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Why on Earth did those Turkeys Circle a Dead Cat? Scientists Explain

A Boston man named Davis was on his way to work Monday when he saw a preternatural ritual: a group of wild turkeys marching in a circle around a dead cat. "I've got three dogs and four fish tanks at...

 
 By Benjamin Kay    Science    April 1, 2017

Jane Goodall Meets With Santa Monica High Students at Environmental Charter Schools in Lawndale

SaMoHi students were very excited to meet and present their science and sustainability projects to JG yesterday at Environmental Charter Schools in Lawndale, CA. Ten schools were invited to take part...

 

NASA Study Confirms Biofuels Reduce Jet Engine Pollution

Using biofuels to help power jet engines reduces particle emissions in their exhaust by as much as 50 to 70 percent, in a new study conclusion that bodes well for airline economics and Earth's...

 
 By Stan Greene    Science    April 1, 2017

Alien Force Field Prevents Launch of SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket from Kennedy Space Center

SpaceX says that it postponed a planned launch of its Falcon 9 rocket Tuesday night, blaming high winds. Photos of the rocket, however, show the presence of a powerful, translucent alien force field...

 
 By Stan Greene    Science    April 1, 2017

Huge Alien Spaceship Discovered Vacuuming Water From Saturn's Inner Ring

When Astronomer Mark Showalter analyzed old Voyager 2 probe photos in 1990, he discovered something shocking: An enormous UFO parked in orbit around Saturn. But wait, there's more: It is vacuuming in...

 

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