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Nostradamus prediction: Was prophecy of ‘scourge’ and ‘plague’ a coronavirus warning?

CORONAVIRUS has infected more than 100,000 people since December, fuelling bizarre conspiracies and rumours the epidemic was predicted by Nostradamus nearly 500 years ago. Did Nostradamus warn the world of a devastating plague? The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has spread through China like wildfire, infecting tens of thousands with pneumonia-like symptoms. The disease, which emerged in Wuhan city last year,…

Everything you thought about expiration dates is wrong

How many times have you checked the expiration date on something, checked the calendar, and then chucked a half-full container in the garbage? Did you even know if it was bad? This is a problem on a massive scale, and it’s so big it’s almost unfathomable. Every year, America throws away around 60 million tons…

THE STRANGE TRUTH ABOUT THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE

It stretches from Bermuda to Puerto Rico to Florida, and it has supposedly swallowed up over 1,000 ships and planes since the 1600s.  Some call it the Devil’s Triangle, but it’s better known as the Bermuda Triangle. Whether or not you’ll find Satan swimming around these waters, well, that’s up for debate, but there’s no…

Google Maps mystery as Russia’s icy Jeannette Island blocked out for users – so is it a secret military base?

A remote Russian island is covered up on Google maps, and some suggest the black smudge obscures a secret military base Jeannette Island, in the East Siberian Sea, appears as a black smudge on Google’s digital map tool, and the search giant has kept tight lipped over why it obscures the icy landmass. It’s not clear why…

Ghost Ship: The Mary Celeste

On December 4, 1872, a British-American ship called “the Mary Celeste” was found empty and adrift in the Atlantic. It was found to be seaworthy and with its cargo fully intact, except for a lifeboat, which it appeared had been boarded in an orderly fashion. But why? We may never know because no one on…

Sickening noises

In December 2016, a CIA officer checked in to the American Embassy’s health office in Havana suffering from nausea, headache, and dizziness. Days later, two more CIA officers reported similar ailments. By late 2018, the number grew to 26 Americans and 13 Canadians experiencing nausea, hearing loss, vertigo, nosebleeds, and focusing issues. In all the…

The Incident at Dyatlov Pass

On the first night of February 1959, nine ski-hikers died mysteriously in the mountains of what is now Russia. The night of the incident, the group had set up camp on a slope, enjoyed dinner, and prepared for sleep—but something went catastrophically wrong because the group never returned. On February 26, searchers found the hikers’…

Why Have There Been So Many UFO Sightings Near Nuclear Facilities?

It started in the 1940s, near A-bomb development sites. More recently, something has been stalking nuclear carrier strike groups. Why are so many UFOs being reported near nuclear facilities—and why isn’t there more urgency on the part of the government to assess their potential national-security threat? Those are questions being asked by a team of…

‘We’re watching’: Trump stokes UFO rumors during ABC News interview

UFOs are usually the preserve of science fiction, but lately they have been enjoying a newfound status across the US, infiltrating conversation from Washington to Kansas City. Donald Trump kicked the latest round off last week when, responding to a question about the rise in reports of unidentified aircraft by US navy pilots, he revealed that…

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