For nearly three-quarters of a century, efforts have been underway to study and assess objects of unknown provenance in our skies. The apparent presence of unidentified aerial phenomena, more commonly known as UFOs, presents a remarkable challenge to science. However, perhaps what is most remarkable about this problem is the
Are we alone in the universe? Will humankind eventually find evidence of life elsewhere in the cosmos, and if so, what form will it take? A more pertinent question than what form extraterrestrial life will take when we find it may be this: what form will evidence of alien life take? Michio
“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
Last night just before my live broadcast of The Gralien Report Podcast, I came across an interesting news item describing a “UFO” that shut down a Chinese airport. The article, written by my friend Paul Seaburn, a fellow writer for Mysterious Universe, was accompanied by an equally interesting piece of footage