Fringe Science, New Discoveries and Developments

Cutting edge research, science that defies conventional parameters and new technologies

Pentagon Concerned by China’s New High-Speed Missile

Concern that China military advances will overtake U.S. technological lead in as little as five years

Mystery Mars rock reveals unexpected chemical composition

“Mars keeps throwing new stuff at us,” said Mars Exploration rover lead scientist Steve Squyres

Artists conception of Chinese hypersonic vehicle. Click to enlarge

China confirms new hypersonic glide vehicle test-flight

China reportedly successfully tests vehicle capable of delivering nuclear warheads at speeds up to 7,680 miles per hour.

Sailors move an X-47B drone aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. George H.W. Bush. Click to enlarge

Pentagon plans to weaponize more drones

The Pentagon plans to spend almost $24 billion over the next five years on a new generation of more lethal and capable drones

Artists impression of a water geyser on Jupiter's moon Europa. Click to enlarge

Hubble Spots Water Vapour Rising from Jupiter’s Europa Moon

If confirmed as water, the discovery would reinforce the idea that extraterrestrial life may yet be found

Iran Plans to Unveil New Home-made Long-Range Radar on Wednesday

It may come in handy, given Israeli threats about “all options” being open in the wake of the agreement over Iran’s nuclear program

Genepax, a Japanese car that can drive for 50 kilometres in an hour on a litre of water

Water-Powered Cars & Inventors Killed

If you control the energy and the technology, you control the people

Iranian robotics lab works on ocean rescue drone

Iranian robotics lab works on ocean rescue drone

The team developed the robot in response to the large numbers of people who drown in the Caspian Sea. In the last eight years, a staggering 46,500 people have faced danger in its waters

The new material could make Harry Potter's invisibility cloak a reality. Click to enlarge

Harry Potter style invisibility cloak set to become a reality

Physicists have moved a step closer to creating a Harry Potter-style invisibility cloak after unveiling a radical new design of electronic material.

Artists concept of the Kepler 22-b, a planet comfortably within the habitable zone and could theoretically support life.

Kepler space telescope finds Earth size potentially habitable planets are common

Habitable planets capable of supporting life found to be far more numerous than previously thought. Includes video

Lockheed Martin announces plans for SR-72 hypersonic spy drone

Lockheed Martin announces plans for SR-72 hypersonic spy drone

Plans unveiled for a successor to SR-71, a hypersonic drone that could fly up to six times the speed of sound

US Navy gets largest and most expensive destroyer ever

US Navy gets largest and most expensive destroyer ever

In keeping with America’s new politically correct ethos, it has been named after the U.S. Navy admiral who first appointed women to serve on ships

Cadillac thorium fuel concept vehicle. Click to enlarge

The thorium-powered car: Eight grams, one million miles

What’s the betting that the oil companies will try to sabotage this project if it looks likely to succeed?

Iran Moves 35 Years Ahead by Reverse Engineering US Drone

Senior commander says Iran has advanced 35 years by reverse engineering the RQ-170 drone it seized in Dec 2011. Since then, he says, Iran has seized two more RQ type drones from their US controllers

The big lie of genetics exposed

Human DNA incapable of storing complete blueprint of the human form. Includes video

Innovation Day: New Russian drones, robots, nano-armor put on display

Innovation Day: New Russian drones, robots, nano-armor put on display

Exhibition of cutting-edge military technology in Moscow

Science Set Free

One of the world’s most innovative scientists, Dr. Rupert Sheldrake describes how scientific inquiry is being restricted by unexamined assumptions that have hardened into dogmas

How DNA Proves God Made All Creatures Great and Small

Darwin’s theory may describe how life evolves but it doesn’t account for how it first originated. Cambridge trained scholar, Stephen C. Meyer, explains how DNA in the cellular make-up of every creature shows unmistakable signs of intelligent design

19,000mph ‘spaceplane’ gets Government funding to spark UK space race

New spaceplane could revolutionise long haul air travel and open new vistas for space exploration

‘More vulnerable’ Israel may act before US on Iran – Netanyahu

Although once hostilities commence the U.S. will be treaty bound to protect Israel militarily and Netanyahu knows it