Peeranormal Podcast Episode 08: Do Transplant Recipients Take on the Personality of their Donor?

There have been dozens of documented cases where the recipient of a transplant, often involving the heart, apparently take on the personalities of the organ donor. Recipients also report memories of the donor, and memories that belong to the donor, despite never having met the donor. These cases range from […]

Jelly Belly: Elusive Deep Sea Octopus Takes Its Gelatinous Meals To Go

The seven-arm octopus, Haliphron atlanticus, lives a hidden life deep in the dark depths of the oceans. These massive cephalopods—females of which can grow to be more than 12 feet long—earned the moniker for their habit of folding one of their eight arms away. What little is known of their daily lives has largely […]

“Real” Men In Black look for hotel manager after UFO sighting over Niagara Falls

Fans of the wildly popular “Men In Black” film franchise may only be vaguely aware that the action-comedy movies are based on a long history of reports about alleged, mysterious entities who have approached UFO witnesses. One of the more compelling accounts reportedly occurred in the spring of 2009 at […]

WATCH: Industrious Badger Buries Cow 3 Times Its Size

Badgers don’t mess around. Of course, we already knew that, but researchers in Utah say they’ve found further proof of the American badger’s industrious ways while studying scavenger behavior in Utah’s Great Basin Desert. To watch how scavengers behave around a carcass, Evan Buechley, a doctoral candidate at the university rounded up […]

UFO Sighting in Canby, Oregon on 2017-03-29 20:30:00 – Bright white light/orb hoovering stationary then moving slowly across clakamas, county, oregon

On the evening of march 29th, 2017 i was walking out to take out the garbage at around 8:30pm. i live in rural clackamas county, oregon. i was admiring the constellation of triangulum when i noticed a giant white ball of light hoovering right above me silently (my zenith). as […]

Microbiologist Knits ‘Resistor Hats’ for Science Advocacy

These days, a march on Washington, D.C. isn’t complete without the requisite headwear. Heidi Arjes, a microbiology postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University and knitting enthusiast, is combining two of her passions to help science advocates make a bold statement during the upcoming March for Science on April 22. Arjes, who […]