Questioning the Accuracy of Climate Change Data? You'd Be Surprised...
Ask any major scientific institution on Earth and they will tell you the global temperature has steadily risen over recent decades and longer based on extrapolative data. NASA recently completed...Read more
Climate Change? No. Space Pirates? Yes, According to Ted Cruz.
The most paramount concern to our future in space is Space Pirates, according to United States Senator, Ted Cruz. Cruz has adamantly been against the fact that the world is...Read more
Military Pilots Report Inexplicable Flying Objects
We know what you're thinking and no... This isn't so much as a crackpot story than it is an unexplained phenomenon, at least for now. Numerous Navy pilots have independently...Read more
Ask ARSE: What Happens to Space Farts?
We've had some interesting questions coming in so let s go ahead and: Ask ARSE. "Hey guys, big ARSE head here. I was wondering when astronauts drop their play-lunch, what...Read more
Is Jupiter's "Brown Eye" Dying?
The feature point of Jupiter is its unmistakable large brown eye, a gigantic storm in the lower half of the gas giant. We have reported recently that the brown eye...Read more
12,000 High-Speed Internet Satellites Launched by SpaceX has Begun.
Elon has done it again... Well, he's started doing it anyway. The first 60 satellites of a network aimed to provide a global, super speed internet capability that will "...connect...Read more
It's Not CGI: Composite Imagery in Space is Great
Often the images we see from telescopes to astrophotographers are disparaged because they use a technique where more than one photo is used to create a clarified and more effective...Read more
We Can Create "Reverse Solar Power" at Night, Study Says.
You know how solar power works right? The panels convert sunlight photons into electricity via exciting electrons. Sunlight in, energy out, which is a pretty good model considering one big...Read more
Greenhouse Damage linked to Drought as Early as the 1800s
We have now discovered evidence that human-influenced climate change has affected drought and precipitation as early as the 1800s. The trend has been extrapolated over time and is now synonymous...Read more