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Here is Bernie Sanders dancing to ‘Dancing Queen’

Bernie Sanders spent the weekend dancing. 

The Democratic presidential candidate attended a “Labor Solidarity” dinner in Manchester, New Hampshire to promote his pro-union platform on Saturday. In remarks he made during the dinner, Sanders said he wanted to make it easier for Americans to unionize their workplaces and double union membership nationwide. 

After pledging to take on Trump in the 2020 election, he took on the dance floor. Reporters on the campaign trail caught some delightful clips of Sanders dancing to The Temptations and ABBA. 

Sanders quoted the iconic ABBA song in tweet on Saturday.

The senator is a fan of ’70s-era disco — he told Rolling Stone in 2015 that he’s a “child of the Sixties.”

“I like disco music. I like ABBA,” he said. “We played some ABBA at my wedding. I like the Bee Gees. I am pretty across-the-board in my musical tastes.” 

Taylor Swift’s Mom Brought to Tears During Heartfelt Speech at AMAs After Artist of the Decade Honor

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NASA mystery: Unexplained soundwaves captured by ISS sparks super-velocity UFO claims

NASA has released photographs of an unexplained soundwaves moving across Earth at high-velocity speeds. High-tech cameras on the International Space Station captured the phenomenon above the Atlantic ocean. The bizarre images have sparked a frenzy of speculation over its origins.

The images show a strange cloud pattern that looks as if it was produced by some unidentified flying object, or even a “secret sonic weapon”.

The mysterious ripples in the clouds extend for miles from space. 

The images were first spotted on the NASA website by Blake and Brett Cousins, who run the conspiracy theorist YouTube channel thirdphaseofmoon.

Both of the YouTubers agree that “whatever it is, it is massive”.

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NASA has released photographs of an unexplained sound waves moving at high-velocity speeds (Image: IG; GETTY)

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The photos were captured earlier this month, as the ISS was around 226 nautical miles above the Earth (Image: IG)

The photos were captured earlier this month, as the ISS was around 226 nautical miles above the Earth.

Blake and Brett Cousins speculated that it could be a “craft zipping through the clouds” or soundwaves from a “secret sonic weapon”.

Blake Cousins told listeners: “What’s amazing to me is that NASA and the ISS were in the exact spot at the right time to capture this, I think this was an experiment.”

The brothers even claim the photos reveal that NASA has been working on “new space technology”.

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The bizarre images took place close to Antarctica (Image: IG)

This prompted the ISS to deliberately take “super hi-res” photos of the event, according to the YouTubers

The video sparked a heated debate about the origins of the bizarre cloud traces.

Theories ranged from UFOs, NASA themselves, weather control experiments and and even a “hyper fast invincible alien speedboat in the sky”.

One person proposed that the US’ government’s Project HAARP – thought to be linked to weather manipulation – could be behind the soundwaves.

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Others suggested it may have been a high peak mountain interfering with the clouds (Image: IG)

Another remarked: “Its possible the space station is aiming a beam down at the clouds as it circles earth and photographing the results at the same time, that explains how they happened to be at the right spot, they are testing a space based Particle weapon or something to do with weather controll!”

Another said: “It looks like a bow-shock from a craft breaking the sound barrier.”

Someone else commented: “The evidence is clear; sound frequency waves that is clearly being tested while the ISS observes its projectory and affects.”

Others suggested it may have been a high peak mountain interfering with the clouds or “just a plane going through the top of the clouds”.

MH370 mystery: Key questions about missing Malaysia Airlines plane revealed

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. The official investigation concluded it most likely ended up at the bottom of the southern Indian Ocean, but two expensive search attempts in the suspected area came up empty handed. Without recovering the black boxes – flight information recorders – there are some big questions that remain as to what happened to the plane and everyone on board.

Families have been left heartbroken by the “enduring nightmare”, according to a lawyer representing some of them.

The 2019 Channel 5 documentary ‘Flight MH370’ presented three key questions about what happened to the place.

These questions are: “Who was in the cockpit? Who was piloting the plane? And why go to such extraordinary lengths to literally vanish?”

The first of these questions could be answered by recovering the black boxes, one of which is a cockpit voice recorder, which stores audio from the cockpit in the hours before the disaster.

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The second question could also be informed by finding this, although the search missions have tried to find the wreckage and failed.

The third question is currently almost unfathomable – investigators believe the disappearance was not an accident and that plane was hijacked by someone who is experienced at flying, but they have no indication as to why.

If this was a terror attack, why did no organisation credibly claim responsibility?

Instead of informing the world what they did, the hijacker carefully plotted out a route that would mean they could disappear without a trace.

“If you have somebody who had a mindset of wanting to do something really clever, somebody who actually really enjoyed flying and the science of flying and the science of navigation…

“And whose idea it is that the greatest thing they would really like to do is absolutely baffle the world forever as to how he did this – and then die…”

Dr Hugh Dunleavy, former Malaysia Airlines commercial director, said he did not think the answers would ever be found.

In a sombre interview, he said: “The chance of finding the aircraft, except through a sheer stroke of luck, is probably very remote.

“And I know that’s not something the families will want to hear, but I have to be candid and say: ‘I would like us to find that aircraft more than anyone else, but it’s a very remote part of the world.’”

It has been five years since the tragedy and families are still suffering from a lack of answers to the mstery’s remaining questions, among ongoing legal disputes and let-downs.

London-based aviation lawyer James Healy-Pratty described what not having the answers has done to the families.

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Camila Morrone On Why She Addressed 23-Year Age Gap With Leonardo DiCaprio

Model and actor Camila Morrone says she “didn’t even think” before appearing on Instagram Live earlier this year to address the hate she was getting for her relationship with fellow actor Leonardo DiCaprio, who is 23 years her senior.

In July, Morrone shared romantic photos on Instagram of actors Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall — a couple with a 25 year age difference — which she captioned “a love like this.” 

Many assumed the “Mickey and the Bear” actor, 22, was subtly defending her own age gap with DiCaprio, who is 45, opening the door for numerous attacks on their relationship. 

The next day, Morrone responded with a short Instagram Live clip calling out her critics for being “so mean and full of anger with people that they know nothing about.” 

But Morrone told Vulture in an interview published Monday that she didn’t read that deeply into the Bogart and Bacall photos before posting them, and similarly, didn’t think much before appearing on Instagram Live the next day.

“Everyone tries to decipher what I write as if there’s a hidden message and I’m like, ‘There’s no hidden message,’” she said. “I don’t even put that much energy into things. I wish I did. I should probably think more about when I do things like that.” 

Morrone also said she probably should have given her Instagram Live appearance more thought.

“I just woke up one morning and happened to look through my comments, which I never do because I never feel good after I do,” she said. “I was just thinking about it and I said what I was thinking: There’s so much hate on the internet and it’s so unnecessary.”

Morrone attends HFPA And THR Golden Globe Ambassador Party on Nov. 14 in West Hollywood. 



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Morrone attends HFPA And THR Golden Globe Ambassador Party on Nov. 14 in West Hollywood. 

Morrone added, “I felt like being like, ‘You guys suck! This sucks. You guys are really mean.’ I probably won’t address it again. Because then you open floodgates for people to judge you. I’ve learned more and more to just protect myself and avoid things that’ll hurt my feelings.” 

Head to Vulture to read the rest of Morrone’s interview. 

Woman Running On Trail Ends Up Getting A Bad Case Of Eye Worms

When it comes to the grossest place to get infected with parasitic worms, the eyes have it.

A Nebraska woman found that out after running into a swarm of flies on a trail near Carmel Valley, California, in February 2018. 

A month later, she noticed irritation in her right eye. After some close inspection, she found a tiny translucent roundworm, no longer than a half-inch, living in her peeper, according to Gizmodo.

Turns out the flies she flew into were a type called Thelazia gulosa, commonly known as the cattle eye worm, which mainly infects cattle. The Nebraska runner is believed to be only the second person to be infected by the eyebrow-raising insect.

Back in 2016, a woman ended up with 14 eyeball worms after a fly landed on her eye while she was traveling through pastures in southern Oregon.

Although neither woman suffered serious injuries as a result of the eye worms, doctors said they could have gone blind if they hadn’t gotten treatment.

The doctors who studied the most recent case wrote it up in the academic journal Clinical Infectious Diseases and say it “suggest[s] that this may represent an emerging zoonotic disease in the United States.”

Although this particular species of cattle eye worm has been infecting North American cows, LiveScience notes that scientists still aren’t sure why doctors are just beginning to see the parasite in humans.

The researchers recommended keeping track of cases of T. gulosa in order study which regions of the U.S. are more likely to see human infections.

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