Pentagon’s EXPLOSIVE UFO research files ‘from alien crash site’ REVEALED

February 21, 2018 wpanews 0

  The papers, which were written between 2007 and 2012, said “metals unknown to science” had been recovered, tested, and placed into a private facility. Ufologists had long believed the metals had been taken from an alien crash sites, such as the infamous Roswell incident back in the 1940s. But, it has sensationally been claimed the Department of Defence spent some of its £16 million UFO budget to contract Bigelow […] READ MORE

SpaceX Delays Next Falcon 9 Rocket Launch to Feb. 21

February 18, 2018 wpanews 0

SpaceX has delayed the launch of its next Falcon 9 rocket to no earlier than Wednesday (Feb. 21) to allow final checks of the rocket’s upgraded nose cone. The Falcon 9 rocket was scheduled to launch early Sunday (Feb. 18) from a pad at California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base to send SpaceX’s first Starlink broadband satellites and the Paz radar-imaging satellite for Spain into orbit. The mission had already been delayed 24 […] READ MORE

Massive comet set Earth on fire and extended the Ice Age 12,000 years ago, Experts say

February 4, 2018 wpanews 0

  The last time our Earth was covered with the white sheet of ice was between the periods of 110,000 to 11,700 years prior to the present day. This ice age was said to begin with the latter phase of the Eemian interglacial period to the last days of the “Younger Dryas”. However, the latest study conducted by researchers suggests that the ice age got extended as a massive comet […] READ MORE

The Sun is slowly losing mass as it ages, weakening its grip on the planets

January 23, 2018 wpanews 0

Are you breaking up with us, Sun?! The planets in our solar system are expanding their orbits, according to a team of NASA and MIT scientists. This drift is caused by the Sun slowly losing mass as it ages, which weakens its gravitational pull. The researchers studied Mercury’s orbit to indirectly measure the amount of mass our star lost. Source: The Sun is slowly losing mass as it ages, weakening […] READ MORE

Nuclear reactors the size of wastebaskets could power our Martian settlements

January 19, 2018 wpanews 0

Small, but mighty. The cylinder of uranium is the size of a coffee can. Even with its shielding and detectors, the device is still no larger than a wastepaper basket. But this little prototype, soon to be tested in the Nevada desert, fuels a dream of an off-world future for humanity. Source: Nuclear reactors the size of wastebaskets could power our Martian settlements

Extraterrestrial creatures are curious and secretly watch us; Here’s what Zoo Theory explains

January 1, 2018 wpanews 0

Alien life and UFO were hot topics among the alien seekers and conspiracy theorists in the year 2017. Some believe that we are not alone and some form of i Source: Extraterrestrial creatures are curious and secretly watch us; Here’s what Zoo Theory explains

Massive, 3-mile-wide ‘potentially hazardous asteroid’ will zoom past Earth tomorrow | Fox News

December 16, 2017 wpanews 0

An enormous, 3-mile-wide potentially hazardous asteroid is hurtling towards Earth and is slated to zoom past the planet tomorrow, but scientists say there is no need to worry. Source: Massive, 3-mile-wide ‘potentially hazardous asteroid’ will zoom past Earth tomorrow | Fox News