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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 alien life really exists or not. 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.


An Orgasm A Day Keeps Prostate Cancer Away, Says Harvard Study

Here’s one valid reason to get busy in bed on a regular basis.

You’ve heard about how an apple a day can keep the doctor away. Now here goes a study that tells us that regular ejaculation can actually be an effective way of preventing prostate cancer. And guess what? The said study has been conducted by researchers from the Harvard Medical School.

According to the research, men who ejaculated 21 times or more in a month had a 22% lower risk of having prostate cancer. This is in comparison with men who only ejaculated 4 to 7 times monthly.

The study results are “particularly encouraging,” according to the researchers.

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Watch the Farm That Grows Plants With Zero Soil and Water

Could this actually be the future of farming?

Since we were kids, we learned that plants and crops need water and soil in order to survive. And as time progresses, humanity learned to use technology to build better irrigation and soil fertilization. Apparently, a process called zero-soil vertical farm is looking to be a possibility in the future.

But what is zero-soil vertical farm? How does it keep plants alive? Well, this is exactly why a video on Facebook is gaining popularity.

A US-based company is pioneering a farming process called zero-soil vertical farm.

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Bitcoin Will Certainly Become ‘The World’s Single Currency In 10 Years,’ Twitter CEO Says

In 10 years or less, Bitcoin could be the only currency used for global payments, Jack Dorsey believes.

With all the rage about cryptocurrency, particularly Bitcoin, it is no wonder that more and more people believe in its potential. And for Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Bitcoin could soon become the only currency the world will ever use.

During his interview with The Times on Wednesday, Dorsey said he believes the cryptocurrency will become the primary currency used globally for payments. He envisions this to happen in 10 years but he believes the transition could happen sooner than that.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is a bitcoin investor himself.

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