Noory back.. With a bizarre incident much less than bizarre

That’s right everyone the host of the show came back tonight.. So what was that bizarre incident that George Noory away from hosting for two solid nights? he burned his mouth on a microwavable pizza roll. Not bizarre. Not weird. Not strange.. But perhaps just a dumb move that turned into ratings attempt. I don’t … Read moreNoory back.. With a bizarre incident much less than bizarre

Shameful power bills being sent to Long Island residents

They have been without power for weeks due to Hurricane Sandy..but now power companies are kicking sand in the eyes of Long Island residents who have gone through hell and high water: Outrageously high power bills are being sent to people who don’t even have power!! This is how CNN reports it: New York (CNN) … Read moreShameful power bills being sent to Long Island residents

What are the goods NASA knows about Mars?

NASA may have found something history changing on Mars… Rumors are intense.. Could there be a fossil?! Life?! A space craft?! OrMaybe methane. Methane may sound boring but since it shows signs of life it would be just as exciting as some of the other aforementioned possibilities.. The rumors will continue until NASA announces what … Read moreWhat are the goods NASA knows about Mars?

Angus T Jones lashes out against TWO AND A HALF MEN

He called the show ‘filth’.. Jones was on a video with televangelist Christopher Hudson.. The LA TIMES reports: “Jake from ‘Two and a Half Men’ means nothing. He is a nonexistent character,” the 19-year-old actor says of his character on the hit CBS program. “If you watch ‘Two and a Half Men,’ please stop watching … Read moreAngus T Jones lashes out against TWO AND A HALF MEN

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 27, 2012: Sunspot 1620 continues to expand. It has the chance to produce some very strong flares and potential CMEs.. A bright Coronal Mass Ejection appeared to be visible from the sun early this morning, however the impact will not be on earth, but instead deep space.. Tom Bogdon, the director of NOAA’s … Read more