Pseudoscientists often use images without any citation as to their source. This isn’t because a source can’t be found.
Eris is not a brown dwarf, and Nibiru doesn’t exist.
Doing science right means focusing on the weaknesses of your model more than the hype.
Be the change you want to see.
Maybe the Sun isn’t powered by the fusion of hydrogen in its core, maybe it’s powered by chickens.
Even if the EmDrive works as a new theoretical model claims, it still violates well tested laws of physics.
You won’t believe what they’ve done this time.
A website that intentionally misleads people for pageviews has no business in science communication.
What if the speed of light was different in different directions, and only appears to be constant?