The discovery of liquid water on Mars raises the possibility that human life may have come from the Red Planet.
Scientists aren't sure how much water there is or where it is originating, but there is water, by God, and water means life—both for potential alien species and for humans if we want to colonize.
This phenomenon, in which the brain recognizes objects in a field of visual noise, is called pareidolia.
The Ovipositor lays gelatin eggs in the body cavity of your choice. Fans say the sensation of mushy extraterrestrial ovum slopping out of them is a real treat.
Dr. Ragbir Bhathal, who leads Australia's Optical SETI project, thinks if there is extraterrestrial life out there, we may be just a generation or two away from finding it.
"Somewhere in the cosmos perhaps intelligent life may be watching these lights of ours, aware of what they mean."
Yes, we asked her about aliens.
The planet isn't the way you left it in Enemy Unknown—the aliens have invaded, and now the line between "good" and "bad" is looking decidedly blurry.
It's a pulse-pounding, two-hour car chase that's explicitly about bringing down the patriarchy.
A new documentary from Danish director Michael Madsen seeks to answer that question.
An ode to an actor whose greatest role is himself.
There's a new Alien movie coming soon, which should be cause for celebration—if only Colonial Marines had never been made.
When New Zealand artist Peter Stichbury was seven, he thought he saw something shoot across the sky in broad daylight. Forty years later, Stichbury is as enraptured by UFOs as ever and devotes his work to them.
The internet's freaking out over the announcement that Neill Blomkamp will direct a new movie in the 'Alien' franchise. I thought I'd ask some reputable sources what they thought about the news.
We spoke to Black Vault founder John Greenewald about his massive database of government documents, modern cover-ups, and Stanley Kubrick.
A documentarian starts creating a movie about a giant spider named Herman the Elder for his series about monsters, but it turns out Herman is a gentle beast.
What would happen to the world's religions if we made contact with alien life? I asked Dr. David A. Weintraub, an astronomer at Vanderbilt University who's been trying to get to the bottom of that question.
The future is a terrible place where all the humans are dead and robots, including Tamagotchis, are surviving by slurping our remains.
Paul Dean has a house full of classified military documents, which he scans for info on UFOs, and Lego. So why would you dedicate 22 years to that?
Using some inventive coding, James Hennessey and Freel & Gorse came up with this shoot, which pulls pictures from Instagram that correspond to specific hashtags, then layers them underneath the photos.
Posadists believe that any civilization smart enough to invent space travel would naturally be a socialist society, so when extraterrestrials arrive to our planet they'll be interested in overthrowing our capitalist system.
While the name of the Department of Investigation of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena may be pretty enticing, DIFAA isn't a top secret cubbyhole brimming with the kind of stuff that would ufologists too wet. Instead, it's fulfilling "a real need," according to…
At least that's what the members of London's Aetherius Society believe. It was founded in 1955 by a cabbie named Dr. George King after he claimed to come into contact with aliens who spoke directly through their larynges.
Don't you hate how television is now a pile of shitty reality TV shows and binge-watching dramas? It isn't what it was 700,000 years ago in outer space.