The Ural Mountains are home to an interesting set of artifacts that appear to suggest humans (or something else) had a very sophisticated level of technology thousands of years ago. Although Ooparts tend to be quite controversial, their existence cannot be denied. Is there an explanation that fits within our currently accepted narrative of ancient-history? Read More →
Deep in the chasm of Netflix lies a subcategory for the inquisitive and likely stoned, titled “alien and UFO documentaries.” Government conspiracies, flying saucers, and crop circle mysteries abound in the few films hosted here.
Netflix currently has just five alien documentaries, but if you’re looking to really get after it, there are two available series that explore the topic further: Unsealed: Alien Files and, the spectacularly titled UFOs: The Best Evidence Ever (Caught on Tape). Here’s our tailored ranking of the documentaries. Read More →
These days it seems everyone on the Internet who presents an idea or hypothesis on anything from human origins to modern politics gets thrashed by the peanut gallery. Read More →
This article originally appeared on express.co.uk March 2017
THE “discoverer” of the world’s most ancient pyramids claims to have found a theoretical form of energy coming from the alleged ancient structures.
Pseudoscientist Semir Osmanagić claims a series of triangular-shaped hills in his native Bosnia, are artificial pyramids that are bigger and older than those in Egypt. Read More →