Science

Earliest Evidence of Pot Smoking Found in Ancient Chinese Graves

(The AEGIS Alliance) - WESTERN CHINA - The earliest known signs of people smoking marijuana have been unearthed by archaeologists from a graveyard in western China that is 2,500 years old. The evidence was discovered...

NASA opening International Space Station to Tourists in 2020

(The AEGIS Alliance) - NASA - On June 7, NASA revealed it will give tourists the opportunity to visit the International Space Station (ISS). Starting in 2020, private astronaut trips will be available for a...

(VIDEO) Space Harpoon Impales Space Debris

(The AEGIS Alliance) - 500,000 varying sized pieces of space junk are being tracked by the U.S. government as they are hurtling in orbit around Earth. About 20,000 of the space debris objects are...

2016: Big Pharma Spending Millions Researching Real-Life Superhumans’ DNA To Earn Billions from New Drug

(AnonHQ) - Thanks to exceptionally rare mutations, the DNA of 35-year-old Washington-based Steven Pete and 26-year-old Johannesburg-based Timothy Dreyer — two superhumans who can walk away unflinching from stab wounds, or keep bones intact, even after...

Our Milky Way Galaxy Will Get a “Glancing Blow” From Andromeda Later Than Expected

(The AEGIS Alliance) - It has been suspected by astronomers for a long time that the enormous Andromeda galaxy would, in the next billions of years, crash into our humble home the Milky Way. This...

Our Universe – “On an Expanding Bubble Surrounded by Other Universes”

(The AEGIS Alliance) - Is our universe really travelling on the edge of an expanding bubble within an extra dimension? Surrounded by other bubbles, each with additional universes? Certainly it may sound like a far...

NASA’s InSight Lander Touches Ground on Mars

(The AEGIS Alliance) - NASA's InSight Lander has been flying through outer space towards Mars for the majority of 2018. It finally touched ground on Mars today, after it passed into the planet's atmosphere,...

Study: Mars Likely has Enough Oxygen to Support Life

(The AEGIS Alliance) - Salty water just beneath Mars' surface may contain enough oxygen to be able to support the types of microbial life which has flourished and emerged on Earth billions of years...