UFO researcher Scott Waring has come across an interesting, official NASA photo that shows an astronaut walking on the moon, and two bright triangle or "funnel"-shaped lights appearing to ascend or descend in the background:
What do you think these strange lights could be? Lens flare? Meteors? Other moon rovers? Share your opinions in the comments below, or join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!
More than 150 sirens sounded throughout the city of Dallas earlier this month. Naturally, locals panicked about all kinds of possibilities for the sirens - like a deadly tornado, Russian invasion, and even the end of the world.
The event even made the national news.
The sirens sounded from 11:44 PM to 1:20 AM, and after they were finally shut off, officials blamed hackers. This explanation may not provide residents with much relief, but most can agree it's better to be safe than sorry. The good news is officials promise to upgrade the current emergency sirens so this doesn't happen again.
Were you one of the unlucky Dallas residents to have been woken up by these frightening sirens? Share your experience and even your theories on whether or not you believe the official story of what caused these sirens to sound....
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Crop circle season has officially begun, with a beautiful design appearing in Wiltshire, England on April 16th of this year. While many online speculate this one to be man-made, everyone seems intrigued by the meaning behind it. The design is similar to petroglyphs carved into the Cochno Stone, which dates to 2,400-3,000 BC.
The Coachella Music Festival is about to enter into its second and final weekend, and for many, the event has surely been smooth and wonderful. However, headliner Radiohead had to walk off stage two separate times due to technical difficulties. During the second concert interruption, Radiohead singer Thom Yorke remarked "fu**** aliens again."
While on the surface this is the sort of joke you might expect from a rock singer, with a goal to lighten the mood of an undoubtedly frustrated crowd. However, Thom Yore has a history of talking about aliens publicly, and even has written songs about them, so much so that there is even satire online about the singer being abducted by aliens. But what if he was? What if many artists who create amazing music were? It appears at the very least that Yorke thinks the idea of alien abduction is possible. Yorke said about his song Subterranean Homesick Alien: "Do I really hope to be on a spaceship? Why not. I believe there are aliens under the ground. I want to see them. I want to see ghosts. I want to walk on the street smiling, knowing that there are little green creatures with incredible large brains and big, beautiful, black eyes, that are filming us with their video cameras."
Is Thom Yorke's joke funny because it's kind of true, or just kind of funny? As always, you be the judge. Share your thoughts in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
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