UFO Sighting: Black alien disk seen over Argentina – shock claim

A construction worker was on site in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, when he and his crew spotted a strange black object overhead. The worker was quick to grab his mobile phone and begin filming the circular object above. Prominent conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring believes the sighting is proof of alien visitors, and the fact the man apparently looked straight at it is evidence that extraterrestrials have an “aura” about them.

Mr Waring wrote on his blog ET Database: “The man said he was working on a foundation of building when he and his co-workers saw this black ring object flying over head.

“Had this been a balloon it would be flipping like a wheel end over end. This one seems to stay flat, unlike any balloon I have ever seen.

“Often when a UFO is nearby, people and animals sense its presence. I mean often they have an emotional aura that either pushes a person to look up and see it, or even make you relax almost in a trance meditative state.

“You have to seen one first had and feel it to know what I’m saying. Not all UFOs have this aura, but many do.”

Argentina is something of a hotspot for UFO sightings, so much so that a UFO ‘landing pad’ was built in the wilderness of Argentina by a man who claims aliens told him to create the site.

The strange monument is believed to have been built by a Swiss man called Werner Jaisli.

The landing pad is a collection of white and brown rocks placed in the shape of an ‘ovniport’ – a monument which resembles a star which conspiracy theorists have linked with extraterrestrial activity.

Mr Jaisli built the monument in the Argentinian desert just outside of the small town of Cachi in the province of Salta.

UFO sighting: ‘Perfect classic disk’ photographed flying over Argentinian ‘alien hotspot’

Two dramatic photos reportedly taken only days ago purport to show an alien spacecraft. Self-proclaimed UFO expert Scott Waring uploaded the shock photos to his etdatabase.com blog. He explained the story behind the photos in a UFO post.

Waring said: “They were taken by a couple from the province of Buenos Aires who had decided to visit some pay a visit to Cachi.

“When they saw some of their photos, they couldn’t believe it.

“They explained this is actually a pretty busy area for UFO sightings.

“It is actually quite common in that area to see strange objects flying through the sky.

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“Some believe the sightings are religious encounters, while others think it is top-secret tech or aliens.

“Often people do record UFOs that are seen after the fact.”

They began researching immediately and learned that it was an area where other sightings have taken place.

They also learned from local residents in Cachi that there are many stories, anecdotes and legends about this area.

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After after zooming-in on the mysterious object and sharpening it, a classic disk shape is immediately apparent.

Mr Waring added: “The funny thing is this UFO does have the classic disk style.

“I guess is something works they (aliens) keep it for a long time, they don’t change every year or two like car manufacturers do.

“They seem to keep this classic disk style a lot.

“Probably five percent of UFOs have this disk shape with a hump on top. It is kinda of cool and strange isn’t it.

Video showing the incredible photographs quickly garnered hundreds of views on YouTube.

One viewer Raghad Sarsam impressed with the footage, commenting “That is a flying saucer for sure.”

However others were not as convinced, with some commenting how the UFO appeared to have been photoshopped on to both images.

Modern-Day Nannies Are Equal Parts James Bond And Mary Poppins

Now that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have welcomed their first child, they will no doubt be needing a nanny for the little nipper.

But while Mary Poppins was great in her day, celebrities and other high-profile types now look for nannies who also have a touch of James Bond.

That’s why England’s Norland College, a prestigious academy for aspiring nannies, makes sure to teach students self-defense skills and how to ditch to paparazzi, along with cooking and sewing, according to Inside Edition.

It’s a good bet that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will consider hiring what some are calling a “Scary Poppins” for their young son from Norland. That’s because Harry’s brother and sister-in-law, Prince William and Kate Middleton, employ Maria Borrallo, a graduate of the academy, as the nanny for their three children.

“These are the creme de la creme of child care providers,” Anita Rogers of British American Household Staffing told Inside Edition. “And they understand everything. In Meghan and Harry’s situation, they are going to need nannies that are looking out for the safety of the children 24/7.”

Rogers was quick to add that not everyone needs a nanny capable of feats straight out of an action movie.

“Only this kind of nanny works for this kind of household. Hire the one that’s the best fit for your family,” she said.

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NASA SHOCK: Is the Moon about to COLLAPSE? ‘Science is backing the Bible’ preacher claims

Space agency has spectacularly revealed this week the Moon’s cooling core has caused its surface to shrink and crack over millons of years. The incredible lunar process, which triggers earthquakes on the Moon, was described on May 13 in the journal Nature Geosciences. However, the discovery was met with a sense of trepidation by Christian evangelists who believe it is a prophetic sign of the end times. One of these evangelists is doomsday preacher Paul Begley from West Lafayette in Indiana, US.

Speaking to an online audience via a YouTube livestream, the firebrand preacher warned scientists are catching onto biblical prophecy of the Apocalypse.

Pastor Begley said: “There was a report out yesterday the Moon is shrinking.

“Inside the Moon is like a raisin – they’re saying that the Moon is starting to shrink like a raisin shrinks.

“That internally, the core of the Moon, something is going on in there.


NASA news: Shrinking and cracking Moon

NASA SHOCK: A preacher has claimed science is backing up doomsday prophecies (Image: GETTY)

“Is the Moon about to collapse? What does that mean?

“The Bible says there shall be signs in the Sun and the Moon and the stars.”

The “signs” pastor Begley referred to, are the supposed forewarnings of the end times outlined in Luke 21:25-28.

The biblical passage in question reads: “There will be signs in the Sun, Moon and stars.


“On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea.

“People will faint from terror, apprehensive of what is coming on the world, for the heavenly bodies will be shaken.

“At that time they will see the Son of Man coming in a cloud with power and great glory.”

“When these things begin to take place, stand up and lift up your heads because your redemption is drawing near.”


According to pastor Begley, this is evidence of biblical prophecy coming to fruition.

The science is backing up the Bible

Pastor Paul Begley

The American evangelist is firm in his belief humanity is now living in the end time and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ is approaching.

Backed by pseudoscientific claims about the world’s fiery demise, the preacher has urged the world to get ready for what is coming.

He said: “All I ever do is quote scripture but people don’t want to believe the Bible and so what am I going to do?

“Now the science is backing up the Bible. Ok, so Nibiru – the heavens are shaking.”


NASA news: The Full Moon at night

NASA news: The Moon’s cooling core has caused the surface ti shrink and crack like a raisin (Image: GETTY)

But is the Moon really about to collapse? No, according to NASA.

According to Thomas Watters, a scientist at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Museum in Washington, the lunar shrinking is a powerful but incredibly drawn out process.

The Moon expert said: “Our analysis gives the first evidence that these faults are still active and likely producing moonquakes today as the Moon continues to gradually cool and shrink.

“Some of these quakes can be fairly strong, around five on the Richter Scale.”

Since the Moon’ surface began to shrink millions of years ago, the Moon has shrunk by about by 150ft (50m).

NASA news: Jesus Christ crucifixion

NASA news: Pastor Paul Begley believes Jesus Christ will soon return to Earth (Image: GETTY)

Quick facts about the Moon:

1. Our Moon is the fifth largest moon in the solar system out of more than 190 natural satellites we know of.

2. The Moon remains the only object in the solar system, outside of Earth, humans have set foot on.

3. The effects of gravity on the Moon’s surface are only about 17 percent of those on Earth.

4. The first man to step out onto the Moon was US astronaut Neil Armstrong on July 21, 1969.

5. The tallest mountain on the Moon is Mons Huygens at 15,420ft (4,700m).

Bible SHOCK: ‘Jesus Christ’ spotted in clouds over Argentina sparking religious frenzy

The stunning “apparition” blazed above the city of San Salvador de Jujuy in the South American country. Taken by Monica Aramaic on her phone, the Jesus-Christ-like white figure can be seen shining down from the dark skies. Pictured with his arms outstretched, many social media users compared the image to that commonly found in Renaissance artwork.

An incredibly religious country, when the image was posted on social media it soon went viral.

One social media user, Mariela Romano commented: “The Lord will soon come for us all and we should be ready.”

Another, Romina Salinas said: “If Jesus came back, he would make us all disappear because we are worth nothing.

“I personally only see the sun coming through the clouds, but people see what they want to see.”

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Another user said: “Thanks for the image that allows us to keep on our path and have a better hope for tomorrow.”

Other users even speculated that the crown of thorns even appeared on the head of the apparent apparition.

One user, Paul Adkins even speculated the image resembled an uncanny likeness to the Christ the Redeemer statue overlooking Rio de Janeiro.

He added: “Look at this cloud that was photographed in Argentina!

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“Looks like the giant Christ the Redeemer statue overlooking Rio.”

Both Brazil and Argentina are incredibly religious countries and therefore, such a premonition can be incredibly significant.

Christ the Redeemer was completed in 1931 after being commissioned in 1922.

The site was also designated as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007.

Life after death: Woman meets Jesus Christ and angels in the afterlife – shock claim

The woman had never been a religious person, until what she believes was a monumental experience with Jesus Christ. After battling a throat disease and spending time in hospital the woman, called Vivian, suffered some complications with her illness and temporarily lost consciousness. At that moment she encountered a tunnel, and at the end she saw Jesus Christ.

Writing for the Near Death Experience Research Foundation, Vivian wrote: “All I know is that suddenly I was in a very long, dark tunnel moving very rapidly toward a very large, bright light that radiated love.

“I could hear beautiful, high-pitched wind chimes, and I could hear angels singing; legions of angels. They were singing the Doxology.

“The light was Christ, and I was fully aware of that at the time. I experienced a life review in the tunnel which showed me experiences in my life where I had expressed unconditional love and giving toward others – and they were things I had done that were seemingly so small and inconsequential at the time that they were forgotten.

“Then all of a sudden, I was hurled backwards as if pulled by a giant rope. I closed my eyes and heard a woman calling my name over and over.

“When I opened my eyes, it was a nurse, and I was lying on the floor.”

Some researchers, however, say these visions are normal phenomenon and not necessarily a sign of an afterlife.

Dr Sam Parnia, director of critical care and resuscitation research at NYU Langone School of Medicine in New York City, told a recent Oz Talk: “People describe a sensation of a bright, warm, welcoming light that draws people towards it.

“They describe a sensation of experiencing their deceased relatives, almost as if they have come to welcome them. They often say that they didn’t want to come back in many cases, it is so comfortable and it is like a magnet that draws them that they don’t want to come back.

“A lot of people describe a sensation of separating from themselves and watching doctors and nurses working on them.”

Dr Parnia says there are scientific explanations for the reaction, and says seeing people is not evidence of the afterlife, but more likely the brain just scanning itself as a survival technique.

He said thanks to modern technology and science “death does not have to be limited to philosophy and religion, but it can be explored through science”.

He added: “They can hear things and record all conversations that are going on around them.”

Kitten Stowaways Survive 400 Miles Inside Steel Column

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Five kittens that stowed away on a 400-mile trip to San Diego are looking for new homes.

The San Diego Humane Society says the kittens somehow wound up inside a 60-foot steel column that was trucked from Hayward in the San Francisco Bay Area to San Diego.

On April 24, construction workers building new Kaiser Permanente medical offices heard meows coming from the column.

They tilted the column and the week-old kittens slid out. It’s unclear whether the stowaways came aboard in Hayward of somewhere along the route.

The kittens are now in foster care and will be ready for adoption in another couple of months.

And they’ve been given appropriate construction names: Crowbar, Rebar, Chisel, Jackhammer and Piper.

8 of the best fitness trackers in the UK for monitoring heart rate

Pump up the cardio and strength training. We’re here to help you choose the right fitness tracker for observing your heart rate and improving your exercise routine.


Motiv Ring

The best bet for the fashion obsessed, with a titanium shell that pretty much goes with every outfit.


Wellness is a buzzy word lately. Over the past few years, we’ve seen a surge in all things health, wellness, and spirituality. Juice bars are popping up, boutique studios are becoming more accessible, and essential oils are chilling all of us out. Self-care is becoming more of the norm too, but amidst all this hype, it can be challenging to find the right routine that promotes good exercise, sleep, vitals, and mindset. 

Fortunately, there is a potential solution to the wellness madness. If you’re determined to make your #healthgoals happen, fitness trackers with heart rate monitors can be a major help. These wearable devices are game changers for keeping tabs on physical and mental wellbeing. While some feature basic tracking, others come with advanced features like mileage reports and smartphone compatibility. 

Finding the right fitness tracker can be challenging with so many options. You might be an avid athlete or more of an occasional gym rat, but regardless of what your activities are, there is a fitness tracker out there for your health needs. Before you drop major bucks on a fitness tracker, though, there are few things to you might want to consider. 

Physical activity: What are your daily workout needs? Consider how a fitness tracker can benefit your exercise regimen. If you engage in activities like pilates, yoga, or walking, opt for a basic fitness tracker for heart rate monitoring and sleep data. On the other hand, if high-intensity workouts, including running and swimming, are more of your thing, choose a fitness tracker that can give you vital reads and remember your mileage. 

Design: Wearables are meant to make our lives easier, yet some can be super clunky and uncomfortable. Invest in a fitness tracker that’s not an eyesore and fits nicely on your wrist. You don’t want to cut off your circulation or have it slip off while you’re on the move. Look for models that come in different colours too, so you can have one that goes with your activewear, casual, and work outfits. 

Wellness features: A fitness tracker might already monitor heart rate, but what are its other wellness features? Some trackers give you stats on your sleep patterns, daily movement, and distance after workouts. Even though fitness trackers are not meant to cure or prevent any diseases, they can give valuable insights on your physical and mental state. 

Smartphone compatibility: Your smartphone is probably one of your most important tech devices, so it might be helpful to find a fitness tracker that connects with it. If that’s the case, you can receive call and text notifications when you’re commuting, exercising, or moving around the house. This is a major plus if you’re prone to miss phone calls from coworkers, family members, and friends. Plus, some trackers come with smartphone apps, so you can store all your data in one convenient place. 

Power: Most fitness trackers run on batteries or need to be charged regularly. Check the power life of a tracker first before buying it. If it doesn’t last long, skip it and opt for another model. You don’t want to have a tracker that can’t keep up with your physical activity needs. 

Warranty: Some fitness trackers might come with a guarantee or warranty. See what their policies are on defects in materials or workmanship. If they don’t come with either, consider how often you’ll need to replace or repair them. 

Here are our top picks for the best heart rate fitness trackers.

Potentially life-saving ECG feature • Endless face and band colours • Digital crown with haptic feedback • The street cred that comes with Apple • Siri voice commands
Priciest of the bunch • Competitors have better sleep tracking
The Series 4 Apple Watch goes further than any fitness tracker has gone before with a one-touch ECG app and FDA-cleared precision.

1. Apple Watch Series 4

Take heart monitoring to the next level with the Apple Watch Series 4’s amazing EKG feature and FDA-cleared precision.

  • Warranty:
    90 days with Apple Care+
  • Smartphone compatibility:
  • Battery life:
    22 hours
  • Weight:
    30 grams
  • What you’ll get:
    a case, band, 1m magnetic charging cable, and 5W USB Power Adapter
No one does it quite like Apple.
When your heart health goes past casual monitoring and requires hospital-grade tracking you can depend on, the new Apple Watch Series 4 is the sidekick you’ve been waiting for. Released in the autumn of 2018, the Series 4 was blessed with numerous updates — one of the most impressive being an exclusive ECG app for heart rate monitoring. A haptic touch digital crown is also among new features, which enables 30-second one-touch heart rate monitoring as well as easier navigation through apps. You can even share digital heartbeats.
After the AFib-detecting KardiaBand garnered so much attention, Apple cut out the middle man and armed the newest Apple Watch with an insanely accurate irregular heartbeat monitor that even impressed the American Heart Association in preclinical studies. If the watch detects something unsettling, it’s obviously up to the user to see a doctor — but even getting a warning like this from your watch could potentially save lives.
Aside from heart stuff, the new Apple Watch sees faster performance and more advanced fitness tracking than its predecessors, a convenient Walkie-Talkie app, water resistance up to 50 metres, a nearly bezel-less high-res display, and as always, all of your apps, music, and smartphone notifications. 

All-in-one hub for observing wellness stats • Connects to your smartphone for GPS assistance • Polar Flow app helps you analyse performance and plan fitness schedule
Battery life depends on how many notifications you get
Make all the #fitnessgoals happen with Polar’s A370 Fitness Tracker, which is a great pick for health observing, GPS assistance, and valuable training feedback.

2. Polar A370 Fitness Tracker

Smartphone compatibility and a variety of wellness features makes Polar’s A370 Fitness Tracker a serious contender for top spot.

  • Warranty:
    2 years
  • Smartphone compatibility:
  • Battery life:
    4 days
  • Weight:
    37.3 grams
  • What you’ll get:
    a Polar A370 Fitness Tracker, a band, a charging cable, and a manual
Wellness versatility and smartphone compatibility make Polar’s A370 Fitness Tracker a great pick for keeping tabs on health stats. 
This fitness tracker is a heart rate monitor, calorie counter, sleep observer, and exercise logger in one convenient wearable device. It provides you with your lowest and highest heart rate, calorie burn data, and a Sleep Plus feature for REM insight, so you can stay on top of your wellness game. 
Smartphone compatibility is another perk of this fitness tracker. If you’re walking, running, or cycling, it uses your smartphone’s GPS signal to help you track your route, speed, and distance. Can’t miss notifications? This fitness tracker has you covered. It works with the Polar Flow app, where you can analyse your progress, schedule workouts, and receive coaching tips right on its screen. And, you can access all your Polar Flow app activity on your mobile device. It’s that simple. 
A limited two-year warranty comes with this fitness tracker and it covers defects in materials and workmanship. It does not cover the battery, or damage caused by normal wear-and-tear. You can contact Polar if you have concerns or questions about the tracker’s warranty status.  

Easy dashboard access for daily health progress • Comes with 15 different exercise modes • Connects with smartphone for call and text alerts
Font size on screen could be too small for some • You’ll need to buy extra wristbands if you want to switch up your look
The new Charge 3 provides no-fuss wellness features to take your daily sleep, workouts, and vitals to the next level.

3. Fitbit Charge 3 Fitness Activity Tracker

The new Charge 3 provides no-fuss wellness features to take your daily sleep, workouts, and vitals to the next level.

  • Warranty:
    45-day guarantee and 1 year warranty
  • Smartphone compatibility:
  • Battery life:
    7 days
  • Weight:
    29 grams
  • What you’ll get:
    a Fitbit Charge 3, classic wristbands (both small and large), and a charging cable
Ease-of-use is a major factor in the wearable equation and Fitbit’s Charge 3 Fitness Activity Tracker makes wellness monitoring a breeze.
It’s personal dashboard makes navigation seamless, because you can see an integrated view of your health data. You’ll get up-to-date information on your heart rate, calories burned, steps taken, REM sleep rate, and reminders to move throughout the day. 
While you’re working out, you can select one of 15 exercise modes, including circuit training, biking, running, yoga, and more. If you’re a swimmer, this fitness tracker is waterproof up to 50 meters, so you can track your laps in the pool. 
This fitness tracker conveniently connects to your smartphone too. Access the Fitbit Health and Fitness App to improve sleeping habits and receive workout guidance. Plus, you can receive call and text notifications right on the tracker’s screen. 
Fitbit provides a 45-day guarantee and one-year limited warranty for this fitness tracker. If you’re not happy with your purchase, you can return it and request a refund. The one-year limited warranty is valid for certain cases and you’ll need to contact Fitbit to see if your model is eligible for repairs.  

Athlete-friendly training feedback for races • Built-in activity profiles for accurate exercise stats • Garmin Connect app is smartphone-friendly • Get notifications on your screen
You’ll have to buy a heart rate strap separately for recovery advisor
Garmin’s Forerunner 735XT Smartwatch offers advanced training feedback, built-in activity profiles for sports, and wrist-based heart monitoring for athletes.

4. Garmin Forerunner 735XT Smartwatch

With sport-specific settings, advanced training feedback, and a connected app, Garmin’s Forerunner 735XT Smartwatch is the perfect fitness companion for athletes.

  • Warranty:
    1 year
  • Smartphone compatibility:
  • Battery life:
    1 day
  • Weight:
    40 grams
  • What you’ll get:
    a Garmin Forerunner 735XT Smartwatch, a charging/data clip, and a manual
Athletes can’t have the conventional wearable setup, and Garmin’s Forerunner 735XT Smartwatch is the ultimate fitness companion for not-so-basic workouts. 
Whether you’re biking, running, sprinting, or strength training, this fitness tracker gives you dialled-in data to help you perform your best. It comes with a comfy strap that’s durable enough for whatever your workout flow is, so no need to worry about it falling off. 
In addition to wrist-based heart monitoring, this tracker provides ground contact time balance, vertical ratio, and stride length for next-level training feedback. There are built-in activity profiles for various workouts, so you’ll know your performance stats are genuinely based on real-time conditions. Download the Garmin Connect app too if you want to work on your personal record or connect with other users in the greater fitness community. 
It’s compatible with Android and iPhone models, so you can receive notifications on your screen when you’re working out and store exercise insights on the Garmin Connect app as well. 
When you buy this fitness tracker, you’ll get a one-year consumer limited warranty. Contact Garmin directly if you have any questions about tech support and registering your tracker.  

Monitors heart rates with three modes • Alexa integration for all the smart home feels • Long battery life • Looks like a real watch
You’ll have to eventually replace the battery
Add some tech to your exercise regimen with the Nokia’s Steel HR Hybrid with Alexa integration and three different heart monitor modes.

5. Nokia Steel HR Hybrid Smartwatch

Add some tech to your exercise regimen with the Nokia’s Steel HR Hybrid with Alexa integration and three different heart monitor modes.

  • Warranty:
    1 year
  • Smartphone compatibility:
  • Battery life:
    25 days
  • Weight:
    49 grams
  • What you’ll get:
    a Nokia Steel HR Hybrid Smartwatch and a CR2 battery
Nokia’s Steel HR Hybrid Smartwatch is a sweet hybrid of style, functionality, and cutting-edge wellness tracking. 
As a smartwatch and fitness tracker in-one, this sleek model tracks your heart rate in workout mode and monitors day and night heart rate for improved stats. It’s around the clock fitness tracking automatically notes your walk, run, and swim distance, plus the number of calories burned in each workout. Plus, you can analyse your sleep patterns with this tracker, which has a Smart Wake-Up feature to help you better your cycle. 
But, that’s not all. Unlike other models, this fitness tracker goes above the typical smartphone compatibility. It’s Alexa-friendly, meaning you can enable the virtual voice assistant to give you fitness stats with a few voice commands. 
The battery life is also important to point out, because you’ll get 25 days (no kidding!) of battery use. That’s way more than similar models on the market. 
This fitness tracker comes with a one-year limited warranty. It does not cover normal wear-and-tear and you’ll have to contact Nokia if you need help filing a warranty claim.  

Water-friendly design for swimming and other pool sports • Wrist-based heart monitoring technology for HRV and VO2 max • Easy-to-read display for fast navigation • Works with smartphones for analysing health stats
You’ll have to pay extra for screen protectors
Headed to the pool? Garmin’s Vivoactive 3 is a great fitness tracker that’s water-friendly and includes a preloaded data app for swimming workouts.

6. Garmin Vivoactive 3 Smartwatch

A great fitness tracker for your water-friendly workouts.

  • Warranty:
    1 year
  • Smartphone compatibility:
  • Battery life:
    10 days
  • Weight:
    40 grams
  • What you’ll get:
    a Vivoactive 3 Fitness Tracker, a charging/data cable, and manuals
Love swimming? Garmin’s Vivoactive 3 is a great fitness tracker for your water-friendly workouts. 
In between laps, you can use its wrist-based heart monitoring to observe heart rate variability (HRV) and estimate your VO2 max. There’s 15 preloaded sports apps on the tracker, including swimming, so you can track your physical activity and improve personal records every time. Plus, you can use the Garmin Connect app on your smartphone to analyse your daily swim exercise. 
Unlike other fitness trackers, this model is safe for the pool and showers, so you don’t have to worry about it getting ruined in water environments. Plus, the Garmin Chroma Display on the tracker is easy to read and features a Side-Swipe interface for quick scrolling and navigation. 
Garmin includes a one-year warranty with this fitness tracker. You can contact Garmin if you have questions about what’s covered and how to file a warranty claim.  

Functional and stylish design • Try out ring size beforehand with Motiv Sizing Set • Provides most fitness tracking perks
Doesn’t come with screen notifications
Stay on trend and enjoy wellness monitoring benefits with the Motiv Ring, a stylish upgrade from the conventional fitness tracker.

7. Motiv Ring

The best bet for the fashion obsessed, with a titanium shell that pretty much goes with every outfit.

  • Warranty:
    45-day guarantee and 1-year warranty
  • Smartphone compatibility:
  • Battery life:
    3 days
  • Weight:
    45 grams
  • What you’ll get:
    a Motiv Ring, sizing set, and two slim charging docks
Wearable can be super clunky at times, so why not opt for the fashionable and functional Motiv Ring
First, let’s talk about the design. It comes wrapped in a titanium shell that’s durable, waterproof, and has a shade that pretty much goes with every outfit. Whether you’re going to cycling class or late brunch, this fitness tracker is versatile enough to wear to multiple occasions. 
On the tech side, it has many of the same benefits as other models: heart rate monitoring, calorie counting, and sleep tracking. Plus, you’ll have access to the Motiv app that displays your exercise activity, distance travelled, and fitness goal progress. 
Ordering this ring is really easy too. Motiv will first send you a sizing set, so you can order the right fit. When you’re done, add your size to Motiv.com, and you’ll get your customised ring in as little as two business days. 
Motiv’s ring comes with a 45-day warranty where you can exchange or return it and after that period, the model is eligible for a one-year warranty. Contact Motiv for tech troubleshooting and warranty inquiries.  

Basic tracking features at an affordable price • 14 exercise modes for your various fitness activities • Veryfit Pro app keeps your fitness data in one place • Receive calls, text, and social media alerts with the tracker
No warranty
If you don’t feel like forking over a lot of cash, Microtella’s Fitness Tracker is budget-friendly and packs in all the wellness insight perks.

8. Microtella Fitness Tracker

Microtella’s Fitness Tracker is affordable, monitors your heart rate, and comes with 14 different fitness settings for personalised workout stats.

  • Warranty:
  • Smartphone compatibility:
  • Battery life:
    7 days
  • Weight:
    30 grams
  • What you’ll get:
    a Microtella Fitness Tracker, a band, and a USB charger

Wearables don’t always come cheap, but Microtella’s Fitness Tracker will give you great heart monitoring, sleep stats, and more helpful health insights.
Basic features include a 23-hour heart rate monitor, a calorie counter, a sleep tracker, a sedentary reminder, and daily distance stats. 
For fitness, this tracker comes with 14 different exercise modes that vary from football to tennis. You can specifically monitor your activity by sport and use your smartphone’s GPS to map out your workout routes. This tracker will share the duration of your workouts too, so you can work on your personal record every time. For additional help, the VeryfitPro app keeps all your workout insights in one convenient place. 
Can’t miss notifications? Just connect your smartphone to this tracker for incoming call and text alerts. This tracker also accepts notifications from other social media platforms, including Facebook Messenger and Twitter.  

MH370 in hijacking gone wrong? Astonishing claims are ‘ONLY version that added up’

MH370 went missing on March 8, 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing and the 239 people on board were never seen again. Not only is it unknown where the plane ended up, it is unclear what actually happened to cause the disappearance. It has not been determined whether the jet was hijacked by terrorists, whether the pilot went on a suicide mission or even if there was a fault with the plane, although some theories have more credence than others.

In his 2015 book ‘The Plane That Wasn’t There’, Jeff Wise said the only narrative that seems to make sense was one of a hijacking gone wrong.

He said: “Some of the commenters on my blog suggested that the incident might have been a hijacking attempt that went wrong, and after a sequence of unfortunate events the plane wound up flying south on autopilot with everyone on board already dead or incapacitated.

“It was the only version that really added up as far as I was concerned, yet it seemed complicated and far-fetched.”

Mr Wise indicated that this theory makes sense to him mostly because there were such huge holes in the others.

READ MORE: MH370 news: ‘HYPER-REALISTIC’ flight simulator was used to find plane

For example, it was unlikely to have been an electrical disaster at fault, because after the system initially turned off it then came back online again.

What’s more, communications between MH370 and the satellite 3F1 indicate that the plane turned around and flew in a different direction at least once.

Mr Wise pointed out that the suicidal pilot idea did not make sense either.

He said: “If the pilot wanted to commit suicide by flying into the remote ocean, why hadn’t he simply continued to fly over the South China Sea and into the great Pacific beyond?”

Moreover, there was no evidence that pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah was suicidal, and investigators even seized his flight simulator and found no evidence he had been practicing anything suspect.

Finally, a straight hijacking scenario does not seem to add up either, as no terrorist organisation claimed responsibility, which would make the whole mission pointless.

Mr Wise said: “If the plane had been hijacked by terrorists why would they want to kill themselves and everyone on board in secrecy?”

It was the lack of a convincing mainstream theory that led Mr Wise to start taking his commenters more seriously.

It is not clear exactly what a hijacking gone wrong entails, but it could involve terrorists attempting to hijack the plane and the resulting fight ending up with no one in control at all.

Time travel PROOF? ‘Time traveller from 2075’ warns of GREAT FLOOD crippling Los Angeles

The supposed , hidden behind the safety of a blurred face, has warned of natural cataclysms in the near future. The time traveller, who goes by the name of Kasper, claims to be from the year 2075. Kasper appeared online in a highly-unusual confession tape-of-sorts, to share warnings and revelations about the future. The time traveller’s most shocking admission was the destruction of Los Angeles, California, in the year 2063.

Speaking to YouTube channel ApexTV, the time traveller said: “Shocking things are going to happen in the future.

“I’m going to share with you one of the most shocking things that you will have ever heard before.

“You will be absolutely shocked at the information I’m going to give you.”

According to the doubtful time traveller’s testimony, time travel technology will be revealed to the public in the year 2028.


Time travel news: APEXTV Time traveller

Time travel news: An alleged time traveller has warned of future cataclysms (Image: APEXTV)

Then, in the same year, world governments will reveal to the public the existence of extraterrestrial aliens.

Kasper said: “These are shocking details that are going to happen in the future.

“So, in the future, I was sent back to the year of 2019 on the public mission to collect data about the past.

“Because you can go to the past, and you can see certain details and you can read about the past and watch videos talking about the past, however, it takes actually going to the past to get the desired information so we can fill in the details.


“And I came back to the past with video cameras, with photography equipment, 3D scanners, sonar equipment and all of this equipment that helps me map out the past.

These are shocking details that are going to happen in the future

Kasper, alleged time traveller

“And we’re sent for specific missions. I am here in Los Angeles, California, to map out a specific thing that I cannot get into details of.”

Los Angeles will be the epicentre of a disastrous flood in just 43 years, according to Kasper.

The time traveller said: “I am in Los Angeles, California, because very shocking detail is going to happen in this city.


“In Los Angeles, California, there is going to be a major flood. This happens around the year 2063.

“There is a major flood and Los Angeles, California, is underwater in the year 2063.”

However, many of the people who saw the time traveller’s confession tape were not convinced by his doomsday warnings.

One person commented on YouTube: “I feel bad for people that completely believe everything these ‘time travellers’ say.”

Time travel news: Alleged time traveller from 2075

Time travel news: The man claims to be from the year 2075 (Image: APEXTV)

Time travel news: Alleged time traveller from 2075

Time travel news: ApexTV viewers questioned the anonymous man’s story (Image: APEXTV)

Another person, Orlando Rodriguez, said: “Give me bottom numbers and I’ll believe you.”

Richard Franco said: “Too much blah, blah just predict even just a little happening that is sooner.”

And user Chocolate Shogun said: “Guess it’s too much to ask for you to send back a scholar or something.

“They seem to just be handing out time travel day passes to anyone.”

Is time travel possible?

According to William Hiscock, a professor of physics at Montana State University, moving back and forth through time is best left to the realm of science fiction.

The time travel expert said: “Time travel into the past, which is what people usually mean by time travel, is a much more uncertain proposition.

“There are many solutions to Einstein’s equation of General Relativity that allow a person to follow a timeline that would result in her or him encountering himself – or her grandmother – at an earlier time.

“The problem is deciding whether these solutions represent situations that could occur in the real universe, or whether they are mathematical oddities incompatible with known physics.”