As the investigation into the mass shooting at country-music festival in Las Vegas continues, pertinent information from festival goers have come to light. READ Las Vegas Shooting: More Than 50 Killed, 200 Injured, Police Say NBC’s Las Vegas affiliate KSNV spoke to Brianna Hendricks who attended the final day of the Route 91 Festival Sunday (Oct.
Sven Creutzmann | Mambo Photo | Getty Images A mysterious illness has been striking people associated with the US Embassy in Cuba – and a secret sonic weapon is rumored to be the source. Over the past year, diplomats in Cuba have experienced an unusual collection of symptoms that range from hearing loss, vertigo, and nausea to concussions, CBS News reported.
Mysterious sonic weapons reportedly caused brain injuries in US diplomats in Cuba – here’s what we know
Mysterious “sonic weapons” have been blamed for symptoms affecting American and Canadian diplomats in Cuba. Victims reported hearing loss, mild traumatic brain injury, nervous system damage, and balance issues. Sound-based weapons exist, but experts aren’t sure whether any were actually used in this case.
In 2006, someone took control of the cell phone, email, and PayPal accounts of Talinda and Chester Bennington. Photograph by Brent Humphreys View Slideshow Charlie. It all started with Charlie. As in Chester Charlie Bennington, lead singer of Linkin Park.
Some electrons are speeding above Earth’s surface at nearly the speed of light, and NASA isn’t sure why. According to a new study, the tiny, charged particles were found accelerating to high speeds in an unexpected part of space, farther from Earth than previously realized. The region these
Archaeologists excavating a site associated with the ancient Roman city of Viminacium in modern day Serbia have stumbled upon something very unusual: tiny sheets of gold and silver, rolled up like scrolls and placed inside diminutive lead amulets, with mysterious writing etched on them. Scholars now believe the etchings are ancient magic spells, reports The Guardian.
Physicists have spent the last century searching for ripples in the fabric of spacetime ever since Albert Einstein’s 1915 theory of relativity predicted they exist. These ripples, called gravitational waves, happen when a massive celestial object suddenly moves, like when a star explodes, or when two massive objects collide, like when two black holes merge.