• A planet changes orbit because of the stored data
    Almanium, the sixth of fifteen (publicly known) inhabited Asterium planets in the Cygnus constellation, slightly changes its orbit because the planets’ mass has been increased by the accumulated infomatter. It has been observed, ever since the early 21st century, that the information has mass and is in fact a distinct […]
  • “Mathless universe” created inside of an exoplanet
    Asterium community of astrophysicists and mathematicians had been working on a very intriguing project during the last fifty years, trying to create a simulation of the universe that does not obey the standard mathematical rules, and have now published their initial results.
  • Scientists perplexed by this microscopic organism
    Having earned an opportunity to thoroughly study the physiological constitution of the complex underwater species they had dubbed Wycolia, resembling the one-celled creature from Earth; Lacrymaria olor. Except, there is one difference and it is exciting – those microorganisms can talk!
  • Cyridon sues Earth for reverse-engineering their technology
    Last week the Cyridonian Supreme Court filed a lawsuit to the NGQ1 Arbiters, claiming that humans had been using their electrostatic levitation technology for at least four hundred years.
  • Consuming this meat can result in Lyme disease infection
    The nutritionists from the CSIR food institute in Ghana finally confirmed the suspicion that circulated among all four of the human races; eating Tryvil meat can cause infection with a new form of Lyme disease.
  • Hidden underground passages used for illegal trade cracked
    The collaboration of police departments from the Surface, the Shamballah, and New Agartha Three discovered and blocked the hidden trade routes more than 60 miles beneath the ground level.
  • Awroth patrol witnesses a Zone Esther devouring a Sphynus
    The reports of an Awroth patrol ship that routed nearby the wormhole battleground, claim that they had seen a wandering Zone Esther encounter an also wandering Sphynus, then “eating it up” to exploit its parts.
  • The sounds from Ganymede finally decrypted
    A branch of space-conspiracy theorists have often claimed that the sounds created by the celestial objects’ electric and magnetic radio waves had a deeper meaning to themselves. The most recent revelation might just prove them to be right.
  • A meteorite injures a man on a toilet
    AUSTIN, Texas – Last week, on Tuesday at 3:20 p.m., J. K. (62) had an awkward near-death experience while relieving himself at the toilet in his family house.
  • Scientists announce; beware the Sun’s instability
    Just as in the last 4,5 billion years, our Sun is undergoing constant changes in its activity. Thanks to the complex observation techniques and carefully adjusted equipment, we can monitor its surface events.
  • The Eye of God blinks
    The three astronomers at the orbital observatory OO-Ozone claim that they witnessed an unusual cosmic activity while gazing at the Helix Nebula, aka ‘The Eye of God’. They say that while they were focused its unprecedented beauty, it happened to – blink!
  • First galactic quadrant in danger
    The activity of Red Faction species has been spotted in several constellations across NQ1 and SQ1, making them dangerous for Type 1 and low Type 2 Kardashev scale civilizations. The evacuation of the ones with the highest evolutional potential has begun.
  • Human life expectancy prolonged to 300 years
    By tweaking the classical Youth Restoration Chamber (YRC), doctor Diamond succeeded in preserving the cells of a human body to achieve the age of three Earthly centuries. He himself was subject to the adaptation he had made to the YRC.
  • ‘Truth is relative’, the experts say
    A group of Arxian scientists who joined the Center for Quantum Dynamics have taught aspiring mathematicians about their theorems, which might have forever altered human understanding of reality.