The Apollo 10 astronauts allegedly heard a weird "outer space" music playing on their headsets while they were on the far side of the moon in May 1969, based on declassified NASA audio recording.
The recently released NASA audio recording of the Apollo 10 mission was featured in a Science Channel episode titled "NASA's Unexplained Files." Based on the recording, all the astronauts aboard the space craft heard the music, which was described as some sort of a whistling sound, Tech Insider reports.
Apollo 10 astronauts Eugene Cernan, John Young, and Thomas Stafford were practicing how to separate and dock the Moon lander and orbiter when the discussion turned to the weird sounds, Wired details. more >>
Some of you may remember the movie from years ago called "The Horse Whisperer." Others may remember Homer Simpson literally whispering to a horse to tell them to run really fast when the race begins.
Whatever the cultural reference, I bet you never thought that they can exist in real life. Well guess, what? They can exist in real life.
Enter David Lichman, who is able to train horses without the usual brit and bridle, having them go about the beach at Pt. Reyes, California at his command. more >>
Advances in genetics may lead to eradicating schizophrenia. Or future schizophrenics.
A recent headline in the Washington Post proclaimed "Scientists open the 'black box' of schizophrenia with dramatic genetic discovery."
While the headline may be a little hyped, what actually happened has the potential to be, as the saying goes, a "game changer" — only not in the way the article would have us believe. more >>
A Christian group is demanding apology from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for the agency's alleged ban on the word "Jesus" from its newsletter.
The Johnson Space Center (JSC) Praise and Worship Club's president Mike Fitzpatrick has reportedly told CBN News that they want NASA to apologize for banning the name of "Jesus" from its daily newsletter. The group also wants the space agency to restore their religious freedom.
NASA's JSC Today is an electronically distributed newsletter that includes announcements of various Space Center events and activities. more >>
A major pro-choice organization is boycotting hospitals with maternity wards because they "humanize fetuses."
The National Abortion Rights Action League tweeted recently that they were opting to boycott all hospitals that provide maternity care for treating fetuses like they were babies.
"We'll boycott All Maternity Wards for they use #antichoice scheme of humanizing fetuses to convince mothers to love children — #NotBuyingIt," tweeted NARAL. more >>
Now here is an invention that should be sent to Flint, Michigan, as soon as possible! A bottle that keeps giving you water through the power of nature.
Known as the Fontus, the water bottle creates its own water with technology that grabs the humidity within the air and turns it into drinkable water.
A video posted to YouTube boasts that the Fontus can create as much as 0.5 quarts of fresh water within one hour. more >>