The alien diatoms are back! This time they're infesting our stratosphere, messing with our high-altitude balloons... possibly. Continue reading →
It could have been the plucky tale of a lonely rover meeting an abandoned rodent on the Martian surface -- sadly, the 'Mars rat' was just a rock and will be ignored by Curiosity. Continue reading →
Is it a rat? Or is it a rock? (It's a rock.) Continue reading →
The search for extraterrestrial life is so multipronged we have to ask ourselves what sort of detection of life off Earth would be most scientifically reliable? And, what scenario would have the biggest impact on the public? Continue reading →
Mars One may have extinguished its entire 'reality TV' business plan by admitting that Earth will have no control over what audiences will see. Continue reading →
The odds are miserable and massively against the detection techno-aliens in the newly discovered Kepler-62 system. But like lottery players, we're going to try anyway. Continue reading →
When discussing man-made climate change (or anthropogenic global warming), I often drift into unfamiliar (and sometimes disturbing) territory. That territory is what I call The Land of the Afraid, Ignorant and Lost. In this weird alternative dimension there are doomsayers who are convinced the worl...
A recent UFO sighting described a large and rectangular object hovering over Texas.
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