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Dark Matter and Dark Energy

Glossary Big Bang                                 A theory of cosmology that the expansion of the Universe began with a gigantic explosion approximately 13.8 billion years ago. Big Crunch                              A theory of cosmology that the expanding Universe will eventually stop, reverse and return to a cloud of subatomic particles. Big Rip                                    A theory of cosmology that the expanding Universe will infinitely expand […]

ZPE: On the Verge of Breakthrough?

Glossary Alien Reproduction Vehicle  Man-made flying disc first reported in 1991 by William “Bill” Cooper and to have been developed by major US aerospace companies. [1] Also known as an ARV. overunity device                   Any device that generates more power output than power input. The ratio of power output to its power input being greater than 1 (i.e. […]

“Long Distance” ETI Communication?

(for those who missed out on both the 1998 announcement and its significance) Glossary entanglement             a physical phenomenon that occurs when pairs or a group of subatomic particles interact such that the quantum state of each particle cannot be described independently of the state of the other(s) even though the particles are separated by a […]

Gravitational Waves Discovered

(For those who missed out on both the 2015 announcement and its significance) Glossary gravitational waves      ripples in the curvature of spacetime that propagate as waves outward from their source at the speed of light and are without mass (i.e., massless). spacetime                    any mathematical model that […]

NASA’s “Technosignatures”: Signs of Intelligent Life?

Glossary chaos theory               a theory applicable to growth patterns in nature. ETI                              Extraterrestrial Intelligence fractal geometry        describes how natural coastlines develop, how trees and flowers grow, how clouds form and how ice cracks. Mandelbrot set           Sometimes called the “Thumbprint of God.”  Named after Benoit Mandelbrot, an IBM research fellow, who developed the field of fractal […]