SciFriday: The Blobs

April 9, 2021

Geologists have discovered monstrous, continent-sized blobs of hot rock near the boundary between the earth’s mantle and its molten iron core.

SciFriday: Israel and ET

March 26, 2021

One of the stranger aspects of the UFO phenomenon is the odd coincidences between important events in Israel’s recent history and major sightings of Unidentified Aerial Vehicles.

SciFriday: 2020 Hindsight

February 19, 2021

2020 is in the history books, and while we’re not sorry to see it go, we’ve learned some valuable lessons. We discuss the global crisis response and the reports of spreading Ebola outbreaks in western and Central Africa.

SciFriday: Gilgal Refaim – Portal to the Netherworld

February 12, 2021

We share our impressions of the megalithic site Gilgal Refaim, which we visited during our recent tour of Israel, and what scholars have learned after fifty years of studying a site that’s bigger and much older than Stonehenge.

SciFriday: Wargaming Doomsday

February 5, 2021

Government agencies around the world are planning for earthshaking catastrophes as an asteroid impact (like Apophis?), the zombie apocalypse, and even how to kill a giant monster like Godzilla.

SciFriday: Mindreading AI, Big Brother, and Pre-Crime

January 29, 2021

Scientists are developing tech that would read brain activity and convert the patterns into words — a sort of mind-reading software. While this would be a wonderful tool for people with speech disabilities, researchers want

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