Sunday, October 9th arrived, and I found myself on the road for the majority of the day, unable to settle in and observe the spectacle from home that most Americans were watching: the second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. I was, however, able to stream the debate,
On Monday, NASA announced that the agency’s astronomers would present new findings from a recent Europa observation campaign, which it was said resulted in “surprising evidence of activity that may be related to the presence of a subsurface ocean on Europa.” During the 2 PM press conference, Paul Hertz, director of the
Secret Societies have, understandably, become a mainstay of conspiracy culture in the Western World today. As Manly P. Hall, the knowledgeable chronicler of philosophical studies in the early part of the last century had written, “Secret Societies have existed among all peoples, savage and civilized, since the beginning of recorded history… It is
“Of all the questions the Gallup pollsters have asked the American public, why have UFOs struck such a resonant cord with the average adult American?” This was a question asked by Allan Hendry, UFO investigator for the Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) throughout the late 1970s, whose work alongside J.
In the realms of science fiction, the concept of an “alien invasion” is quite common. Often employed metaphorically as social commentary representing concerns about issues of the more earthly variety, the notion of a “real” alien invasion, and the concerns it may present, have garnered some very real champions in recent
“The only people truly bound by campaign promises are the voters who believe them.” These were the words of the late political commentator Christopher Hitchens, whose written works and published essays chronicled everything from self-ascribed beefy “modern” Democrats like Bill Clinton (who Hitchens seemed to despise), to literary greats like
The U.S. 2016 election season has been nothing short of a rollercoaster ride this year, despite it only being March. Shake-ups have been occurring on both sides of the political fence, with Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton seeing formidable resistance from long-time independent Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, while the Republican establishment has
There is an ancient Chinese curse (or at least, a phony English one purported to be from further East), which has been oft repeated over the ages. It goes something like this: “May you live in interesting times.” It certainly feels that these times in which we presently reside might qualify