Author: Leo Ashcraft


Mesmerizing Clouds Spotted in Kentucky Skies

Asperitas clouds over Harrodsburg, Kentucky,  Tuesday, March 28, 2017.   These clouds may look like they have been generated by a computer, however on an overcast day in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, a resident took these pictures to prove that they are all too real. Melissa Hire shared the above photo on The Weather Channel’s Facebook page after these clouds moved over her hometown in central Kentucky. As unique as they are, the clouds are technically known as asperitas clouds. They are among the newest clouds now classified by the World Meteorological Organization.   These formations were formerly known as undulatus asperatus.  Asperitas clouds form when widespread cloud...


Delete Your Facebook Now

Delete Your Facebook Now. Facebook is a false reality. It is creating insecurities and anxiety in people of all age groups. It drains valuable time from your life. If you are a facebook addict, you need to ditch it quickly. Improving yourself as a person, not just a male of the species, requires forgetting about facebook.

Earth Is An Oil-Producing Machine — We're Not Running Out 0

Earth Is An Oil-Producing MachineRunning Out

Ever since M. King Hubbert in the 1950s convinced a lot of people with his “peak oil” theory that production would collapse and we’d eventually exhaust our crude supplies, the clock has been running. And running. And it will continue to run for some time, as technology and new discoveries show that there’s still an ocean of oil under our feet. Engineering and Technology Magazine reported this week that BP — the company that once wanted to be known as “Beyond Petroleum” rather than “British Petroleum” — is saying “the world is no longer at risk of running out of...


Black Hole Sun May Support Life On Orbiting Planets

A black hole sun could be friendlier compared to what you might expect. Planets orbiting a black hole – as they may on the movie Interstellar, may support life, as a consequence of some weird reversal of those thermodynamics experienced by our sun together with Earth. As stated by the 2nd law for thermodynamics, life necessitates a temperature distinction to successfully make a supply of functional energy levels. Daily life on this planet uses the real difference between the sun plus the frozen vacuum in outer space. But let’s say they reverse these temperatures all over, with a chilly sun...


Paranormal Activity in Sports

With the NFL season now underway, we are reminded of the those times when paranormal news crosses paths with the wild, wacky world of sports. According to an article in the Washington Times, half of Americans believe that “supernatural” forces effect the outcome of sporting events. These forces include things such god, curses, and superstitious rituals. Over the last decade, a few notable occurrences in particular have piqued the interest of those investigating the field of the paranormal as it collides head-on with the field of play. The Curious Case of Henry Stuckey Take the curious case of the missing ’72 Miami Dolphins player, Henry...


Gone Fishin’

A funeral procession pulled into a cemetery. Several carloads of family members followed a black truck towing a boat with a coffin in it. A passer-by remarked, “That guy must have been a very avid fisherman.” “Oh, he still is,” remarked one of the mourners. As a matter of fact, he’s headed off to the lake as soon as we bury his wife.”


North Korea Conducts Underground Nuclear Test, Says It Has Successfully Detonated A Hydrogen Bomb

Contribution from Bella Legosi An artificial earthquake was detected inside North Korea Tuesday.  The 5.1 quake was soon explained as a nuclear detonation 10 kilometers down in the earth.  It was centered 19 kilometers from Sungjibaegam, thought to have originated near the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Facility where a similar 4.9 quake occurred during North Korea’s last successful atomic weapon test in 2013 of a fission bomb. Korean Central News Agency declared that today’s test was in fact a successful hydrogen detonation.  According to KCNA, North Korea has “confidently risen to the ranks of nuclear powers with hydrogen bombs by perfectly...



KOIN 6 News in Portland, Oregon has reported federal officials travelled into the state on Sunday “to take control of the situation in Burns where around twenty armed militants seized control of a building at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.” The FBI is reportedly currently working with local law enforcement to end the occupation. The FBI will be “the lead agency in dealing with the armed militants.” Ammon Bundy – the son of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, who was involved in a 2014 standoff with the government over grazing rights – is amongst the people inside the headquarters of the...



December 19th is the final targeted Enceladus flyby of the mission assignment. The CIRS instrument witnessed the moon’s southerly polar landscape. By the time the voyage ends by 2017, Cassini would have secured observations more than six years of winter darkness while in the moon’s southern hemisphere. They are great environments when it comes to enhancing calculations of heat passage from the interior onto the surface area. Knowledge of heat flow is extremely important as it supplies significant info on just what is causing the geysers. “This final Enceladus flyby elicits feelings of both sadness and triumph,” said Earl Maize,...


Big solar storm Monday – Chance to see Northern Lights

This forecast of a G3 magnetic storm Monday overnight means that chances may be good to see the Aurora borealis, also known as the Northern Lights. Because of the intensity with this storm, the aurora could possibly be perceptible as far away south as Oklahoma City and additionally Raleigh, N.C. The prediction coming from the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks demonstrates regions which may have a good likelihood of looking at the lighting. The solid green lines exhibits what distance south the Northern Lights can be pictured on Monday evening. Forecast: Auroral activity shall be high(++). Weather...


Muslim Cleric Warning: Cucumbers Too Sexy for Women

An Islamic cleric residing in Europe purportedly has advised Muslim girls to never get very close to bananas, cucumbers and also other produce — to protect themselves from experiencing “sexual thoughts.” The unnamed cleric, in whose directive had been showcased within a brief article in el-Senousa, a religious magazine, supposedly asserted that if ladies planned to feed on these types of food, a third party — if possible a male related to them, such as ones own dad or spouse — will need to chop the products into smallish bits before consuming, the Egyptian online site Bikya Masr stated. Carrots...


Flying Saucers for Everybody! 1954 Magazine Prediction

In the 1954 issue out of Mechanix Illustrated, the magazine printed a superbly great work named “FLYING SAUCERS FOR EVERYBODY!” This excellent brief piece illustrated the way flying disks would improve laborious commutes throughout far-out period in 1965. The main article also has numerous terrific schematics and also comprehensive solutions of the disks technician, Mr. Peter Nofi: The disk was in fact designed by Peter Nofi, an official from the Merchant Marines. Nofi, an obsessive student of aerodynamics, had bundled the downward jet power of this ducted-fan aided by the recognized rule of high-lift air-foil. We recognize that a fan...