UPDATE NOVEMBER 16 2022: IT WAS NOT RUSSIAN MISSILES, BUT INSTEAD A STRAY FRIM UKRAINE! NATO SAID IT WAS NOT THAT NATION’S FAULT.. ORIGINAL REPORT BELOW: Two people have been killed in Poland after two stray rockets landed near the border with Ukraine. It has not yet been confirmed if the rockets landed in the … Read moreRussian missiles land in Poland!!
China reported 14,878 new COVID-19 infections for Nov. 12, including a record number of new daily cases in capital city Beijing, as well as in manufacturing hubs Guangzhou and Zhengzhou. The new cases come as industrial activity in Guangzhou and Zhengzhou has been disrupted by restrictions aimed at controlling outbreaks. The number of daily cases … Read moreChina’s COVID cases rise, record daily numbers seen in Beijing and other cities
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried allegedly shuffled $10billion in funds to his trading firm Alameda Research, with about $2billion now missing Sources said that the CEO showed spreadsheets revealing the missing funds from FTX, which along with Alameda declared bankruptcy on Friday Bankman-Fried denied making the secret transfers to his crypto trading firm, which is run … Read more$2BN of clients’ money is MISSING from collapsed crypto exchange FTX!!
Were you naïve enough to think that just one season would be enough for both stories? Not a chance, we’re on the way. Netflix has ordered two more seasons of Monster, which will move away from Jeffrey Dahmer to “tell the stories of other monstrous figures who have impacted society.” The Dahmer season of Monster … Read moreMoney to be made: Netflix orders more Watcher and more Dahmer
An ominous blood moon lunar eclipse will hang in the sky as ballots are set to be tallied for the Nov. 8 general election. The Election Day eclipse, NASA says, is the last total lunar eclipse the Earth will see for the next three years. A lunar eclipse occurs when the sun, Earth, and moon … Read moreBlood moon lunar eclipse to rise on Election Day
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The burst of gamma-rays — the most intense form of electromagnetic radiation — was first detected by orbiting telescopes on October 9, and its afterglow is still being watched by scientists across the world. Astrophysicist Brendan O’Connor told AFP that gamma-ray bursts that last hundreds of seconds, as occurred on Sunday, are thought to be … Read moreAstronomers are captivated by ‘brightest flash ever seen’