You can take advantage of the “only total lunar eclipse of 2021” which takes place on Wednesday morning May 26 when “the moon will be completely shadowed by Earth for about 14 minutes and 31 seconds”.
From art to technology, nature has always been a source of inspiration for humanity, often providing prime examples for any and all newfound ingenuity.
From the works of Isaac Asimov to Star Trek and Star Wars, science fiction presents alternative realities wherein space-faring civilizations travel throughout the universe.
Illuminati, Freemasons, The New World Order, whatever the name the claims remain the same – that behind the scenes exists a group of elites, the puppet masters of the world.
On March 6th, a 340-meter-wide asteroid flew by Earth. Although relatively unnoticed this time around, this massive space rock is not gone for good – and when it returns the world will hold its breath, bracing for possible impact.
As we look in awe at the images of the red desert planet sent back by Perseverance – such as the Jezero Crater below – we also celebrate Women’s History Month, so let us take a moment to praise some of the women helping humanity reach Mars.
The question of whether we are alone in the universe has fascinated and probably troubled writers, scientists, conspiracy theorists, Hollywood producers, government officials, and groups on the look-out for UFOs for years.
How do we weave ourselves out of this web of a nightmare of a life we are living in right now? First we need to accept that we cannot go back to life as we knew it.
This time not by a vehicle
that will take us down the road but by a vehicle that will take us in the words of Gene Roddenberry, “ where no man has gone before.” And this time the stock market is on board, suited up, and ready to go.