1. Giddierone

    Claim: Pareidolia is bias

    A recently published, June 2024, paper by a Harvard Phd, Tim Lomas, with Michael Paul Masters, and Brendon Case, makes the claim that pareidolia [the misperception of random stimuli as real things or people] is a bias that hinders the objective study of what could be real anomalies. They refer...
  2. D

    Claim: Crashed UFO Disk/Saucer on Mars

    I'm almost hesitant to post this here as it's wholly a unconvincing claim. However, it's been reported by many different media sources - often unquestioningly - and has tens of thousands of views on social media so I thought it might be worth adding to the collection of claims in need of...
  3. Trailspotter

    Tropical Clouds on Parade

    This ordered cloud pattern was formed yesterday, July 26 over the tropical waters of Atlantic and can be seen on the NASA Worldview. The clouds in average are about 100 miles in diameter and their centres are about 150 miles apart, in a quasi-regular lattice. The pattern was captured by both...
  4. Mick West

    Solved: "Alien" with "shadow" on the Moon [Debris in Camera]

    On Google Moon at 27°34'26.35" -19°36'4.75" UPDATE: Thanks to @Trailblazer, who discovered this is just some debris on the lens (or inside the camera) which appears at regular intervals on the series of images that Google Moon uses. And comparing the same locations on two sequential...