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Asteroid 2015 TB145 Will Haunt Earth Again

Asteroid 2015 TB145 Will Haunt Earth Again

Asteroid 2015 TB145, nicknamed the Halloween Asteroid, created a buzz in 2015. The object is a flattened ellipsoid. Its creepy appearance resembles a human skull measuring 625 and 700 meters wide. At its closest proximity, its rotation axis was roughly perpendicular to the Earth. Its thermal inertia is consistent with other space rocks of similar […]

2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea Are Just Around the Corner

2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea Are Just Around the Corner

In February, the world will be enthralled and entertained by the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. The Olympic Torch began the first leg of its journey from Greece to the games on October 24, 2017, and it will have traveled 1,200 miles before the traditional lighting to launch the beginning of the Winter Olympics. South […]

Hezbollah Conducted a Criminal Enterprise With Little DOJ Interference

Hezbollah Conducted a Criminal Enterprise With Little DOJ Interference

The Department of Justice under the direction of former President Barack Obama failed to disrupt the drug trafficking operations of Hezbollah, according to Politico journalist Josh Meyer. Meyer reported that the Obama administration wanted to reach an agreement with Iran. The transaction with the Mullahs was the reason for blocking the DEA from stopping Hezbollah’s […]

Orchestre Symphonique De Montreal Sexual Harassment Investigation

Orchestre Symphonique De Montreal Sexual Harassment Investigation

Charles Dutoit left as music director of the Orchestre Symphonique De Montreal in 2002. However, the Executive Committee of the Orchestre Symphonique De Montreal decided, on Dec. 23, 2017, to investigate sexual harassment within the organization. The investigation is motivated by a complaint received the day before. A third party will be conducting the investigation […]

Secret Santa Drops Gold in Salvation Army Collection Kettles

Secret Santa Drops Gold in Salvation Army Collection Kettles

“Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus,” and he is leaving gold in the Salvation Army collection kettles around the United States. During the last 19 years, a Secret Santa in Fort Collins, Colorado has dropped off gold coins. In 2017, bell ringers report he also left various forms of gold in South Carolina, Florida, Oregon, […]

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