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NASA abruptly shut down a Russian cosmonaut who appeared to be describing an incoming UFO, that could be spotted moving on the ISS live stream. The cosmonaut seemed to acknowledge the presence of an approaching UFO, that was “slowly moving upwards,” before he was interrupted by the NASA ground control, according to theorists online. The footage was captured on the NASA space agency live camera stream on 21st November.
The alleged UFO sighting, picked up by self-proclaimed UFO expert Scott C Waring, has prompted claims that powerful governments are aware of alien existence.
Waring presented his finding on his YouTube channel and blog ET Database, where he talked through the video.
He claimed that the footage shows the UFO “uncloaking” which reveals a trio of alien spacecraft moving across the ISS live stream.
Waring then points to the conversation between a Russian cosmonaut stationed on the ISS and NASA ground control as further proof of something suspicious taking place.
Waring said:”There is a conversation going on and the once the UFO appears the conversation between the astronauts changes.
“When the Russian astronaut aboard the ISS said, ‘a ship…’, the NASA ground control cut him off and said, ‘Copy all’, before he could finish what he was saying.
“She already saw it on live cam at ground control. She reacted fast, before he could talk about it too much but he already said the most important thing he could ‘a ship!’
“So here is 100% proof that NASA and Russia know that aliens frequently visit the space station.”
In the course of the interview, Ferrell confessed that the Oscar-winning Walken told him the “cowbell” sketch has had a negative effect on his life.
“Here’s the crazy thing. I go to see Christopher Walken years later, in a play,” Ferrell said. “I say hello to him backstage and he’s like, ‘You know, you’ve ruined my life.’”
“‘People during curtain call bring cowbells. The other day I went for Italian food for lunch, and the waiter asked if I wanted more cowbell with my pasta bolognese,’” Ferrell recalled Walken saying. “I think he’s really mad.”
Although Ferrell emphasized that Walken “had a little smile” while griping, he admits he can feel the actor’s pain.
“From ‘The Deer Hunter’ to ‘Pulp Fiction’ to ‘More Cowbell,’” Ferrell told Fallon, “that’s all he gets.”
You can enjoy the skit below.
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Even the idea of Santa Claus inside your home without consent is a little iffy. Let’s just agree to agree that we’re all a lot happier when strangers stay on the other side of the front door.
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Dr Klein said: “For example, Reddit attracted a whole new set of users following the election of US President Donald Trump.
“He also generates quite a lot of in-fighting amongst users.
“This is what makes it such a great way to study social dynamics.”
Dr Klein’s study also looked at how people are drawn to post on conspiracy forums in the first place.
Being able to find likeminded individuals on the internet has helped conspiracists congregate on forums.
But online conspiracists will also actively seek out others to share their theories about the world.
Dr Klein said: “We followed people who started using Reddit and posted for about six months before they ended up on r/conspiracy.
South Korean K-Pop star and actor Goo Hara was found dead at her home in Seoul on Sunday, according to police. She was 28.
Goo was formerly a member of the popular group Kara and appeared in a number of South Korean television shows. Further details about her death have not been made public, according to The Associated Press.
Over the past year, Goo was at the center of a legal conflict in which she accused an ex-boyfriend, Choi Jong Bum, of assault, and claimed he took intimate photos of her without her permission. A court reportedly found Choi guilty of destruction of property, assault, intimidation and blackmail, and sentenced him to 18 months in prison with three years of probation. The case, seen by many in South Korea as an occurrence of “revenge porn,” prompted discussion of oppressive patriarchal systems in Asia and drew comparisons to the Me Too movement in other countries. The ensuing discussions saw Goo victimized by malicious attacks online and in tabloids.
Goo had been found unconscious in May after a reported suicide attempt. On Saturday evening, she posted an Instagram picture of herself in bed, with a caption translating to “good night.”