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Astronauts ‘Pass Lie Detector’ Test Over Claims About UFOs And Alien Life

Buzz Aldrin and three other astronauts’ claims of UFO sightings MAY be true.

For many years now, there are still debates whether the presence of alien life really exists. There are a lot of claims from astronauts who had the chance to explore the outer space. However, in order for these claims to be true, they must be backed up with evidence.

Buzz Aldrin, dubbed as the second man on the moon, along with Al Worden, Edgar Mitchell and Gordon Cooper all claimed alien sightings during their respective space trips. A “lie detector” test kind of set-up was done in order to see if their claims are true.

Buzz Aldrin claimed to have alien encounters during his trip to the moon.

Aldrin was on the same mission as Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon and who was quoted to have said the famous words:

“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”

Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin (L-R) from Apollo 11 space mission


They were onboard Apollo 11 when Aldrin claimed that he saw “something out there that was close enough to be observed… sort of L-shaped.”

The pilot of Apollo 15 Al Worden and Apollo 14’s very own Edgar Mitchell also claimed to have seen UFOs while Gordon Cooper took the sighting to the next level and actually chased down a cluster of unidentified objects.

Buzz Aldrin, 88, reportedly passed the lie detector test about his UFO sightings claim


The four astronauts underwent the test. It was done by the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology located in Albany, Ohio. The voice patterns of the four men were studied as they answered questions regarding about their claims. Their voice patterns appeared to be stable as when one is saying the truth.

However, as of writing, there are no updates and supporting data that show that the test done were accurate. If the methods are proven true, then the huge leap for mankind just got a bit more realistic.


Rat Study Shows Diet Soda Contributes To Diabetes

Ever since artificial sweeteners were introduced to the society, they have been making various controversy. Many claim they cause health conditions such as cancer and multiple sclerosis. Nonetheless, these were debunked as nothing as junk science.

However, a new rat study is bringing the controversies back to life. It has been discovered that these artificial sweeteners can actually cause illnesses, specifically type 2 diabetes.

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New 7 Deadly Sins Of The Digital World – And You Might Be Guilty Of Them

What are you guilty of?

Pride, lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, envy, and wrath are more known as the seven deadly sins. These are classifications of vices in Christian teaching. While these have been around since the 3rd century AD, a new representation has now come forth.

A Twitter user tweeted an updated version of the seven deadly sins. It's so up to date that you might even be guilty of a few.

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Rare-Earth Mineral Deposit That Could Meet Global Demands For Centuries Found In Japan

Japan could soon dominate the global supply of rare-earth minerals.

Researchers in Japan have discovered deposits of rare-earth minerals capable of supplying the world on a “semi-infinite basis.” The new study, published in Nature, stated that the deposit is abundant in valuable metals.

The study authors wrote that there are 16 million tons of these metals. There’s enough amount of yttrium to sustain the global demand for almost 800 years. There are also enough amounts of dysprosium, europium and terbium to meet the demand for hundreds and hundreds of years.

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