Despite insurmountable evidence to the contrary, conspiracy theorists have claimed for years that man did not walk on the Moon, that the landings were fake. That theory has surfaced again, thanks to a new "picture" posted to YouTube that alleges the last Moon landing, one from Apollo 17, was staged. The video, which shows a picture that was allegedly taken in December 1972, is named “Reflection in a Visor." The person who posted it, using the user name Streetcap1, claims that there is a reflection of a stagehand on of of the astronaut's helmets. At 21 seconds into the video, Streetcap1 points out what this person believes is someone not wearing a spacesuit. “I thought it looked a bit strange,
Tens of thousands of pounds have been raised for the family of a baby girl who contracted ‘the worst case of meningitis in decades’. Little Kia Gett has had all four of her limbs amputated during her battle with the deadly illness. A JustGiving page started to raise money for Kia and her family has now raised more than £25,000.
Terry Jess is a social studies teacher at Bellevue High School in Washington State. He’s also an equity leader within his school and district, and a founder and board member of Educators for Justice, a non-profit organization that works with teachers and education support professionals to create safe and supportive educational experiences for all students. He considers himself an anti-racist white educator, who’s determined to spread the message of social justice, equity, and racial justice in white spaces. How does white privilege manifest in public education today? Terry Jess: White privilege permeates education. The legacy and systems that have been put in place over the last 100 years continues
On Friday, Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo bluntly declared that President Donald Trump is facing “no allegations” of sexual harassment. Pundits and media watchers widely mocked the segment with former Obama administration deputy Secretary of Labor Chris Lu, generally labeling it a disaster.
Gomez wore her edgiest look yet in this biker-chic mini on the American Music Awards red carpet. See it here.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight headliner Nate Diaz, who moonlights at 170 pounds for promotional super fights, has the chance to compete for the welterweight title in his oft-delayed return to the Octagon. So what’s the hold up? It seems Diaz is too scared to face Tyron Woodley at UFC 219, set for Dec. 30, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada, a trait he likely inherited from his older brother Nick, who is also afraid to throw hands with the championship “Chosen One.” From Woodley’s rant on The Hollywood beatdown (via MMA Fighting): “I’m fired up about people that tell you ‘Don’t be scared, homie,’ and then they’re scared, homie! That’s what I’m fired up about. Guys in our sport pump their
Terry Crews is through playing games. The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star and former professional NFL player took to Twitter yesterday to call out music mogul Russell Simmons. Crews posted an email Simmons allegedly sent him, urging him to drop his recent sexual assault charges against high-powered Hollywood agent Adam Venit.(Crews claims that Adam Venit, a high-powered Hollywood agent who represents top clients such as Emma Stone, Adam Sandler and Eddie Murphy, made a series of lewd gestures and then physically groped him at a party last year.) According to the screenshot, Simmons' email said the following: "Did he ever apologize Give the agent a pass ask that he be reinstated With great love,