Robbin Jacobsen

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An extinct cockroach that lived at the same time as the dinosaurs has been found trapped in amber.The fossilised insect, called Manipulator ...

100 million-year-old insect discovered perfectly preserved - Science - News - The Independent

Tweet at us pbsspacetimeFacebook us pbsspacetime at gmail dot comAliens Could humans really be alone in this expansive universe And if ...

The latest episode of the web series PBS Space Time features host Gabe Perez-Giz asking, "Is it irrational to believe in aliens?" Perez-Giz also attempts t

The WOW Signal Alien ContactIn 1977, scientists working for the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence detected the most compelling evidence for ...

The WOW Signal Alien ContactIn scientists working for the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence detected the most compelling evidence for .

The Sealand Skull, according to individuals who have examined it,could have well belonged to an extraterrestrial being. The Sealand skull does not ...

The Sealand Skull, according to individuals who have examined it,could have well belonged to an extraterrestrial being. The Sealand skull.

There are a lot of UFO reports coming from Pampanga, a province of the Philippines in the Central Luzon region, these days. Apparantly, there was a ...

Do you remember that crazy UFO activity in the sky above Pampanga, a province of the Philippines? Here’s a new TV report from The Third [.

Telescopes On The Ground May Be Cheaper, But Hubble Shows Why They Are Not Enough | IFLScience

The crammed centre of Messier 22 This image shows the centre of the globular cluster Messier also known as as observed by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Messier 22 is one of about 150 globular clusters in the Milky Way and at just

Astrophysicists draw most comprehensive map of the universe -- ScienceDaily

Scientists Observe Two Supermassive Black Holes Merging | IFLScience

NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, helped lead astronomers to what appears to be a new example of a dancing black hole duo.

Ready your brain. The universe might be two-dimensional, except we perceive it as three-dimensional, according to the Physical Review Letters. In this thought experiment, the flat surface of the universe contains all the information we need to sense three dimensions—much like a hologram.

The universe might be two-dimensional, except we perceive it as three-dimensional hologram.