Did Buzz Aldrin really just say he never went to the moon?!?
In the clip, captured during the 2015 National Book Fest at the Walter E. Washington Convention Centre, it shows the Aldrin speaking to a young girl. She asks him, "Why has nobody been to the moon in such a long time?"
And Buzz replied: "That’s not an eight-year-old’s question – that’s my question. I want to know, but I think I know – because we didn’t go there – that’s the way it happened."
"And if it didn’t happen it’s nice to know why it didn’t happen so in the future if we want to keep doing something we need to know why something stopped in the past if we want to keep it going."
Check out the clip below!
Omena, a small northern Michigan village, has elected a feline named Sweet Tart as their mayor. Dogs Diablo Shapiro and Punkin Anderson Harder are now the vice mayor and second vice mayor.
Harley the goat will be press secretary while Penny the chicken is special assistant for fowl affairs.
Omena is north of Traverse City, and has about 300 human residents.
The newly-elected officers will serve three-year terms.
Tyler Glockner stumbled across a photo released by NASA that he claims to be proof of alien life. He speculates it is an outbuilding used by aliens who live on the moon.
He also added that NASA had made a mistake by allowing the image to go public.
He said: "You wouldn't know it was there unless you really zoomed in. And NASA doesn't think there are enough people in the world to scour images and find things."
"But they are wrong."
Check out his video below!
In Florida, the "Stand Your Ground Law" protects people from criminal charges when they are acting in self-defense. Michael Drejka, 47, fatally shot Markeis McGlockton, 28, in the chest, during an argument over a disabled parking spot earlier this week and because of the law, he will not be charged.
At a press conference on Friday, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri revealed that Drejka’s actions were “within the bookends of stand your ground and within the bookends of force being justified,” reported The Tampa Bay Times. “I’m not saying I agree with it, but I don’t make that call,” he said, before announcing that the State Attorney’s Office will make the final decision on the case.
McGlockton was a father of 3 and his wife and children were present.
Watch the surveillance video below!
Researchers have been conducting a study on mentally ill patients since 2001 and discovered that beef jerky may be a trigger for manic episodes in some people. It was found that people with a recent history of eating cured meat (beef jerky) were three times more likely to be hospitalized for mania. The same pattern couldn’t be seen with any other type of food eaten.
To read the full article from Gizmodo click here: full article
Tia Wilson was tired of a fox getting into her chicken coop so she set up a camera to catch the animal preying. At around 9 p.m she said she noticed what looked like a man with a rucksack over his shoulder and then he disappeared.
Wilson managed to find out there was a man who had previously lived in the house, but went off to WWII. Upon returning home, he proposed to the love of his life, but was stood up at the alter. He remained in the home unmarried until he passed away.
What do you think? Real or not?
People have discovered interesting things with satellite imagery from, the Loch Ness Monster to shipwrecks. This find in particular has some people claiming that it is proof of extraterrestrials.
YouTube user SecureTeam10 posted a video showing the satellite images that has been viewed more than 1 million times. Deep in the desert east of Cairo, there appears to be strange markings that include circles and a scissor shaped symbol.
Narrator Tyler Gluckner said: “Some people have said this is an entrance to a secret military base of some sort, or possibly parking a tank or artillery position. But I’m not so sure about that. It looks like there’s some Freemason symbolism to these structures, I’ve never quite seen any structures that look like this.”
Check out the video below!
A Catholic high school in Dearborn, Michigan will be handing out "modesty ponchos" to girls who do not follow the dress code set for prom. If they refuse to wear the poncho, they will be sent home.
“If your dress does not meet our formal dance dress requirements — no problem! We’ve got you covered — literally,” a note attached to one of the ponchos reads. “This is our Modesty Poncho, which you’ll be given at the door.”
The parents and students of Divine Child High School are required to sign an agreement ahead of the event that bans plunging necklines, exposed cleavage, visible tattoos and piercings and two piece dresses.
The school’s theology teacher, Mary Pat O’Malley, is responsible for the new policy and said students have been made aware of the regulations well in advance.
“We are trying to focus on the inner beauty and not draw attention to something that doesn’t need attention drawn to it. It was really intended as a deterrent and light-hearted at that.”
Although no parents have complained, one parent did state that she felt that this was a sort of shaming against the girls.
The guidelines have already led to disciplinary actions against one student for speaking out against the school on social media according to a fellow student. The staff neither confirm nor deny that is true.
"Most Haunted" on The Living TV Channel takes viewers to various haunted locations and gives them a behind the scenes look at paranormal investigation. After 15 years of spooky encounters, the show claims to have actually caught a ghost on camera.
Usually the show takes you through old buildings where they record eerie sounds or where the hosts "feel" something is near. The show has never been able produce any actual footage of the ghosts until now.
The video shows a shadowy figure lingering at the end of a hallway under what appears to be an archway. The figure appears to be translucent and you see it dissipate and then take shape again. The men take off running towards the figure but it disappears.
Check out the footage below!
A young man from Colorado gained fame recently in a way that will leave few following in his footsteps. Dylan McWilliams was bitten by a shark in Hawaii on Thursday, which means that he has been bitten by a shark, bear and rattlesnake all within a 4 year time frame.
During the shark attack McWilliams suffered deep cuts to his leg, but his injuries were not life threatening. He stated that the scariest part of the whole thing was swimming back to sure, afraid that the shark would follow him.
“I don’t know, I’m either really lucky or really unlucky.” - Dylan McWilliams
Last July McWilliams received nine staples on his head after being attacked by a nearly 300 pound bear at a campsite.
“The bear grabbed the back of my head and started pulling me and I was fighting back as best as I could. It dropped me and stomped on me a little bit, and I was able to get back to the group and they scared it away.”
The rattlesnake encounter was around three and a half years ago while McWilliams was in Utah.
Luckily, he took in only a small amount of venom, so he was only briefly ill afterward, he told the newspaper.
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