A senior scientist at MIT has declared that we are facing an epidemic of autism that may result in one half of all children being affected by autism in ten years. Continue reading
Apart from the flaperon wreckage found on Reunion Island there hasn’t been much mentioned about doomed Malaysia Airlines flight MH-370. I thought that we might get at least some answers, but as usual the mainstream media just serve to muddy the waters and drag things out encouraging loss of interest. I am positive however that the parents, husbands, wives and kids of the victims onboard the tragic flight will never lose interest. In matters as these, with all the smoke and mirrors of political/media manipulation, it serves to keep an open mind and to look at all the possible causes and outcomes. Until I read the research of Dr. Gaurav Pradhan (shown below) I hadn’t heard of this theory. So remember to let go of all preconceptions, read all his research and draw your own conclusions.
The Tianjin explosion, Natural News has learned, was waged as an act of “kinetic retaliation” by the Pentagon in response to China’s currency war Yuan devaluation. The Chinese government has put in place unprecedented secrecy surrounding the mysterious explosion, and aggressive police state tactics are now being invoked to control the flow of information surrounding this event. Continue reading
For more than 50 years, scientists working on the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) have been scanning the heavens for a signal from beyond our solar system. Despite some interesting blips, there has been nothing conclusive so far. But maybe we simply haven’t been looking for the right things. A new infrared telescope instrument has been brought online in California that will let SETI look for signals being sent out with infrared pulses. Continue reading
It’s always hard to top a blockbuster first season that left off with a killer surprise ending, but the team at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider hopes season two will be even wilder than the first. Continue reading
Something is amiss in our Sun. Or, rather, something is amiss in our theories of what the Sun is and how it behaves—theories that are known collectively as the standard solar model. This model, which is in part based on spectroscopic observations of the Sun’s photosphere (the layer that radiates light), offers powerful predictions about the temperature, density, and chemical makeup of our local solar furnace. Continue reading