Saturday, April 9, 2016

Fringe For Real? Parallel Universes May Interact With Our Own

It turns out Fringe could be real. One of our favorite shows, which ended in 2013 after a far too short 5 season run, posited that alternate universes not only exist but interact with our own.
Now, a radical new quantum theory is arguing that parallel universes exist in vast numbers and exert a repulsive influence on our universe, which could explain the spooky, near incomprehensible behavior of quantum mechanics. Prof. Howard Wiseman, a physicist at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia, is one of the authors of the new “many interacting worlds” theory that is challenging the credulity of even the most out-there scientists.
When asked about the possibility of humans in our universe communicating with or contacting people from other universes–a huge storyline in the Fringe series, and countless other scifi narratives–Wiseman responded: “It’s not part of our theory…But the idea of interactions with other universes is no longer pure fantasy.”
Indeed, it isn’t. What do you think? Could parallel universes interacting with our own be the cause of our little quantum enigma…and could it be possible that these other universes can someday be contacted–or even visited? Maybe it’s a question for advanced artificial intelligence to answer….

Is this Staffordshire pub haunted by a schoolgirl ghost?

Clairvoyant Christine Hamlett from Norwich in Cheshire took a picture of the child spectre and claims the child will not stop until her message is heard.
The 57-year-old took a number of pictures in the former coaching inn which was apparently a favourite haunt of the highwayman Dick Turpin. The ladies toilets are dubbed the playground for paranormal activity.

The Four Crosses Pub
The Four Crosses Pub Credit: BPM Media

She also has a growing collection of child-ghost pictures taken on and near Cannock Chase while child-ghost sightings have been reported by an increasing number of walkers.

Clairvoyant Christine Hamlett who captured the picture of the ghost
Clairvoyant Christine Hamlett who captured the picture of the ghost Credit: BPM Media

The Four Crosses, built in 1636, is well-known by locals for its ghoul guests.
It has been said that staff and visitors have been spooked by the sound of smashing glasses, mysterious footsteps and children crying.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

WATCH: Surveillance Videos Show Haunting of Indian Courtroom and UK Office Building?

Security camera footage said to be from an office in Castlefield House on Liverpool Road, Manchester, shows what appears to be paranormal activity. Originally posted in 2012, it has received renewed attention as a YouTube user labeled it recently as new footage from the Karkardooma district court in New Delhi—a court believed by lawyers and many others who work there to be haunted.
Though the footage may have been mislabeled, it is also spooky. Furthermore, surveillance footage has also been captured at the Indian court showing strange phenomena, such as computers turning on and off, strange lights, and more. Annie Gowen, New Delhi bureau chief for the Washington Post, recently wrote about the “haunting” after reviewing the footage and speaking with staff members. The Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) has also investigated the “haunting.” 
Above, you’ll see the Manchester footage. At about 24 seconds into the video, you can see a shadow flit by. When you get to about 35 seconds, your heart will jump into your throat. An invisible force seems to storm through the office, sending papers and more flying in its wake. When all the computers flick on and off, it certainly looks like something out of a horror movie.
At about 3 minutes and 25 seconds, a door opens and you can imagine some being walking through the door and looking right at the camera. If the footage is genuine, it is chilling.
The two videos below have been posted on YouTube and are said to be from the Karkardooma district court. They match the description given by Gowen of the court videos.
Over the past year, said Gowen, strange events have occurred at the courthouse, including books disappearing, strange noises being heard, computers turning on and off, and more.
When the surveillance cameras were set up to investigate and the footage showed puzzling lights moving about the offices, lawyer Sushil Sharma felt vindicated. He’s seen objects moving on their own in the building late in the evening and he’s among those who believe the court is haunted.
“I was fully conscious. I’m not a drug addict, I’m a lawyer,” he told Gowen. “I believe something is happening here. We should talk about it.”
Rajnish Jha, who has investigated the paranormal activity at the court, told IANS: “During investigations, we found that the computers were turning on automatically due to the self-programming software installed in the computers and the [light] bubbles were caused by the creation of an electromagnetic field in the room which is not visible to the naked eye … The electromagnetic field could have been generated due to the power house which supplies electricity to the entire building, below the library.”
The missing books, moving objects, and noises, however, were unexplained. Jha said: “We have experienced some abnormal activities and there might be something inside the building.”


Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Exposing the 6,000 Years History of the Secret Societies [Documentary]

This 100 minutes documentary exposes the 6,000-year-old history of secret societies, the Illuminati and the New World Order.

Now that we know, are we going to finally escape their Matrix of Control? 

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Europa, extreme shrimp, and the search for alien life

NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab just published two interesting new videos about the search for life beyond Earth. Above, an online short about the ocean of Europa, which is estimated to have two to three times the volume of liquid water on Earth.
And below, extreme shrimp that may change the way we look for life beyond Earth.

Monday, April 4, 2016

Sinkhole filled with water swallows Australian woman hanging out her washing

Imagine being in your garden, hanging out some washing, when the ground suddenly drops away from under your feet.
That's exactly what happened to a woman in Melbourne this week, when a sinkhole three metres deep opened up beneath her while she was doing chores.
A neighbour heard the 45-year-old screaming for help and called rescuers.
Firefighters then managed to pull the woman out of the hole, which had partially filled with water.
Amazingly she was unharmed by her fall but told medical staff that she had to tread water for 20 minutes while waiting for help.
"The issue is the hole in the ground is only 500 (centimetres) wide but it actually opens up very big inside so there was nothing for her to grab onto to try and get herself out," explained local fire official Paul Carrigg.
"Every time she put her hands up, the dirt disappeared. So, there was nothing she could do to help herself.
"She's extremely lucky person, there's no doubt about that."