Here are some of the rare UFO images you will ever come across with taken by NASA.


These bizarre objects were spotted during Apollo 13 mission and were travelling to the moon. Some claims that NASA sent an SOS to aliens to come and help the ship that was in trouble. The photo was shared on the Project Camelot website of Bob Dean

This photo was taken during the investigation of the Langberg crater, part of Apollo 14 mission. The photo was on the Project Camelot website and Bob Dean said very odd things were happening in the same crater and the astronauts were taking photos and all the sudden a craft flew past them. 


For so many years it has been said that Armstrong came across UFOs while he was going to the Moon . The Apollo crew is said they also saw flashing lights pacing them. 


Megabots Vs Kuratas

The US and Japan are about to battle in a giant robot fight although if you’re thinking on the scale of Pacific Rim then your expectations are a little bit too high
Claimed to be the “world’s first giant robot fight,” the battle will stream on Twitch on October 17 at 10pm ET and we are invited to watch. Just subscribe now
America is sending in MegaBots’ “Eagle Prime,” which weigh about 10.9-tonne and is 4.9-meter-high. It seats two, and is powered by a 430 horsepower V8 LS3 engine also it costs $2.5 million,” 
Japan is sending Suidobashi’s Kuratas robot, weighing about 5.9 tonnes and its almost 4 meters.

The Cognitive Reflection Test (CRT) is the world's shortest IQ test, just three questions to separate the Einsteins from the Homer Simpsons of this world.
The test was developed by Shane Frederick in Princeton in 2005 who is a psychologist.This test is designed to test your ability to ignore your gut response and think slower and more rationally. To pass in the CRT, you must spend time reflecting on your answer and question your intuitive response. 
Yep, to prove your genius you must get all right but speed also matters. 
NOTE: Even students from some world's top universities (including Yale and Harvard) failed to get all three answers correct in a 2003 study. In fact, only 17 percent achieved a perfect score. 

The Test
1. A bat and a ball cost $1.10 in total. The bat costs $1 more than the ball. How much does the ball cost?
2. If it takes 5 machines 5 minutes to make 5 widgets, how long would it take 100 machines to make 100 widgets?
3. In a lake, there is a patch of lily pads. Every day, the patch doubles in size. If it takes 48 days for the patch to cover the entire lake, how long would it take for the patch to cover half of the lake? 
Scroll down for the answers!

The Answers

1.  5 cents – There's a very good chance you guessed 10 cents. The answer is actually a little less – a 5 cent ball plus a bat costing $1.05 will set you back $1.10. And, of course, $1.05 is exactly $1 more expensive than 5 cents. (A Princeton study found that people who responded 10 cents were "significantly" less patient than those who got the right answer.)

2.  5 minutes – Your gut instinct might be to say 100 minutes. Fortunately, it wouldn't take quite so long. From the question, we can determine it takes exactly 5 minutes for 1 widget machine to make 1 widget. Therefore, it would take 5 minutes to make 100 widgets from 100 widget machines.

3.  47 days – You might have guessed 24 days. It seems intuitive to half the number of days because you're halving the size of the lilypad patch. But if the area of the lake covered in lilypads doubles every day, it would only take one day for it to go from being half covered to fully covered. Take one day away from 48 days and you're left with 47. 

Facebook photos of the giant kangaroo have gone viral, the beast is 6 feet 5 inches and weighing 100 kilograms (220 pounds), it's the kangaroo of your nightmares.
Jackson Vincent from Western Australia, came across this henchest kangaroo when he paid his grandmother a visit at Margaret River. He saw it bathing in Boodjidup Creek he was scared by its look for a sec
“His claws were really big – they were as long as my hand,That for me was even scarier than his muscles, they looked nasty.” he said
"I am pretty confident around animals but the moment when he started to come out of the water my heart definitely jumped and I decided to take a few steps back.”
Jackson Vincent/Cater News

The american helicopter who took part in military drills near North Korea has shot down into pieces in Japan just hours after US aircraft took off

As reported by usa-flash that on Wednesday morning The US helicopter came down in the Okinawa region near the village of Takamura Takae . It is said that this was US military drills over the Korean peninsula, led to suspicion that the North Korea leader – Kim Jong-un could have taken down the helicopter.

Pyongyang has previously vowed to shoot down any US aircraft flying near its territory.Police headed to the crash site, which lies southwest of the Korean peninsula, at around 6pm local time (10am GMT).It it thought the vehicle was a CH-53E Super Stallion, a large transporter helicopter that is the heaviest in the US fleet.

The US had been carrying out military drills
Police reported, 7 people had been on board the helicopter but none was killed or injured.The US confirmed the helicopter was based at the US Marines’ Futenma airstrip.It reportedly burst into flames after crash-landing.

Tiangong-1 which means “The Heavenly Palace",the China’s first space station is  doomed to plunge into Earth’s atmosphere within the coming few months.
Tiangong-1 a 10.3-meter-long (34-foot-long) space station was launched back in 2011 was used as China’s space-laboratory module, making it a big milestone in their drive to become a science superpower. However its communication links fell silent in March 2016 and its mission was terminated as it completed its tasks.Now it has come to an end
On October 13,Jonathan McDowell,  who is the astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, told the Guardian : “Now that [its] perigee is below 300 kilometers [186 miles] and it is in denser atmosphere, the rate of decay is getting higher,I expect it will come down a few months from now – late 2017 or early 2018,” 
The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) in a statement said Tiangong-1 would plummet into earths atmosphere at some point between October 2017 and April 2018.
“Most of the structural components of Tiangong-1 will be destroyed through burning during the course of its re-entry,The probability of endangering and causing damage to aviation and ground activities is very low.”
The progress of Tiangong-1 can be tracked through the website Heavens-Above

Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) says Windows 10 operating system (OS) is breaking the law due to absent of clear information on what Microsoft does with the data that OS collects prevents consumers from giving their informed consent
As Ars Technica reports in order for Microsoft to adhere with the law, the Dutch DPA says that the multinational technology company, Microsoft needs to get valid user consent so they must be transparent about what data is collected and how that data is processed. The DPA regulator also argues that the Windows 10 Creators Update doesn't usually respect previously chosen settings about data collection. In the Creators Update, Microsoft introduced new statement about the data collection—though this language still wasn't states clearly about what was collected and why—and it forced its users to re-assert their privacy choices through a new settings page. In some situations, though, that page defaulted to the standard Windows options rather than defaulting to the settings previously chosen.

Till now the Windows 10 privacy options are still in progress for Microsoft to be working on.Microsoft says that it will work with the DPA to "find appropriate solutions" to ensure that Windows 10 adhere with the Dutch law. 

Neuroscientists just discovered that the human brain owns structures and shapes that own up to eleven dimensions, Yeep 11.

One neuroscientist who is the director of Blue Brain Project in Lausanne, Switzerland was interviewed and quoted as saying: “We have found a world that we had never imagined before. We’ve uncovered tens of millions of these objects even in a small speck of the brain, up through seven dimensions. However, in some networks, we even discovered structures with up to 11 dimensions.”

Human brains are said to contain about 86 Billion neurons, each cell has a bunch of connections connecting and expanding in every direction conveying an incredibly vast cellular network. What neuroscientists have uncovered is the very first geometrical design of neural connections and how they react to different stimuli.

Beyonce on Gucci Mink coat

By 2018 Gucci will go fur-free and they are planning to auction off all its remaining animal fur items, the Italian fashion house CEO Marco Bizzarri just announced during a talk at the London College of Fashion.
 “our absolute commitment to making sustainability an intrinsic part of our business.In selecting a new creative director I wanted to find someone who shared a belief in the importance of the same values,I sensed that immediately on meeting Alessandro for the first time.” Alessandro is the creative director, who was appointed in 2015 is the one who came up with that approach.

A charity auction of Gucci remaining animal fur items will be conducted, with the fund going to the animal rights organisations Humane Society International and LAV.
Kitty Block, president of Humane Society International said “Gucci going fur-free is a huge game-changer,For this Italian powerhouse to end the use of fur because of the cruelty involved will have a huge ripple effect throughout the world of fashion.”
By doing so, Gucci will be part of the Fur Free Alliance, an international group which campaigns on animal welfare and promotes alternatives to fur in the clothing industry.

Google is now testing their new feature which allows video in the YouTube app to automatically play on the Home page.
Videos will now automatically play but muted while scrolling on homepage of the Youtube app and overlay subtitles. 
Upon opening the application the first video which will be featured on your homepage will start playing, and as you scroll through other videos, that previous one will stop playing and then start up the next one below it.The fact that subtitles are used in favor of audio keeps the feature a lot less intrusive than autoplay videos on the Facebook app or else.
You can always turn this feature off, so thats a plus

China opened this huge dish (FAST) in September 2016 to study the cosmos one of its main goal was to look for signals from extraterrestrial life and study black were circulating in the internet that China was having trouble finding someone to oversee the telescope and its operation. Well it seems like it was one of those fake news Facebook is trying to ban. The Chinese just discovered of two new pulsars, marking the first confirmed finds from the world's largest radio telescope FAST.

Pulsars, are rapidly rotating remnants of formerly massive stars, also referred to as 'lighthouses' of the universe due to their regular rotational periods and focused electromagnetic radiation emissions.

The new pulsars PSR J1859-01 and PSR J1931-02, also referred to as FAST pulsar #1 and #2 (FP1 and FP2), were spotted on August 22 and 25, and were confirmed by the Parkes telescope in Australia on September 10.
“FP1 is a pulsar with a spin period of 1.83 second and an estimated distance of 16 thousand light-years, and FP2, is a pulsar with a spin period of 0.59 second and an estimated distance of 4,100 light years,” said Li Di, Deputy Chief Engineer of FAST Project at the National Astronomical Observatories (NAOC)
Director of NAOC Yan Jun told press that, "The two new discovered pulsars symbolize the dawn of a new era of systematic discoveries by Chinese radio telescopes".

Finally, YouTube is now banning videos that exhibit modification of guns to make them more deadly one week after the tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas.
“We have long had a policy against harmful and dangerous content,” a YouTube spokesman said in an emailed statement. “In the wake of the recent tragedy in Las Vegas, we have taken a closer look at videos that demonstrate how to convert firearms to make them fire more quickly and we’ve expanded our existing policy to prohibit these videos.” Youtube explains
The company will also on a move to terminate videos that sell and promote firearms as well as conversion devices and bump stocks — which allow semi-automatic guns to fire more similarly to automatic ones.  
Mark Zuckerberg and Rachel franklin

Avatars of Mark Zuckerberg along with Facebook’s head of social virtual reality, Rachel Franklin, visited hurricane-damaged Puerto Rico on Monday in livestream that was part disaster tourism, I am guessing its just a promo video like others.

The two teleported to different locations using Facebook’s “social VR” tool Spaces. In real life, they were speaking from the comfort of their offices in the Facebook campus in Menlo Park, California, wearing virtual reality headsets.

“Rachel and I aren’t even in the same building in the physical world, but it feels like we’re in the same place and can make eye contact,” Mark said right before he and Rachel high-fived within the virtual space with Puerto Rico devastation around them.
“One of the things that’s really magical about VR is you can get the feeling you’re really in a place,” said Zuckerberg as his grinning avatar floated over scenes of flooding and destruction.


We are all certain that the year is 2017 up to now, but according to Heribert Illig, the historian from Germany the year is not 2017, it is 1720. He claims that the Gregorian calendar is nothing but a lie and that a big chunk out of the Middle Ages never occurred it was made up.