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Loch Ness Monster In England? Stunning Photo Reveals ‘Bownessie’

Resembling the Loch Ness Monster, "Bownessie" inhabits England's Lake District.

As a vote on Scottish independence moves forward, one of the country’s most famous residents seems to have skipped town as a stunning new photo reveals a creature resembling the Loch Ness Monster in England’s Lake Windermere. Ellie Williams captured the amazing photograph, according to The Mirror, which depicts a lake monster resembling the fabled… Read more »

Dutch Girl Fakes Five-Week-Long Vacation To The Far East On Facebook!

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Zilla van den Born, a Dutch girl, recently told her friends and family members about her exciting five-week-long vacation to South East Asia. As expected of any modern-day youngster who decides to go traveling, her friends and family members watched, liked, and commented on the pictures she uploaded to Facebook that showed her having a… Read more »

Congress Tweeted Criticism at Obama After ISIS Speech

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Members of Congress made some choice comments on Twitter Wednesday night in response to President Barack Obama’s speech on the U.S. response to ISIS. In a 9 p.m. EST speech that included promises such as “we will degrade and ultimately destroy ISIS,” Obama also asked for the support of Congress in his endeavor. “Tonight, I… Read more »

President Barack Obama: ‘We Will Degrade, And Ultimately Destroy’ ISIS

President Obama: "No Safe Haven" For ISIS

President Barack Obama laid out his strategy against ISIS in a rare prime-time address to the nation tonight, vowing that the terrorist organization will find “no safe haven” if they threaten the United States. Obama’s speech detailed his decision to send 475 additional troops to Iraq to “assist that country’s besieged security forces,” according to… Read more »

Facebook Insults Sick Baby’s Photo, Calls It “Gory”

Hudson Bond, a 2 month old infant, battles a rare heart defect

Kevin Bond’s 2 month old son, Hudson, is battling a very serious health condition called cardiomyopathy. The rare condition is a disease of the heart muscles, which could lead to heart failure if not carefully monitored. In an attempt to raise funds for little Hudson’s desperately need heart transplant, Bond created a Facebook ad over… Read more »

Solar Flares Impact Communications, Could Produce Brilliant Aurora Borealis


A strong solar flare impacted high frequency radio communication for over an hour on Wednesday afternoon. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the X1 solar flare is likely to cause a coronal mass ejection. However, it is unclear whether a geomagnetic storm will impact Earth. On Tuesday, an M4 (medium-sized) solar flare also… Read more »