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- ‘Dinner Party’ relives an interracial couple’s alien abduction in VR – Engadget
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A mystery that cannot be explained is being looked into at the Stellenbosch Hospital in South Africa where a 61-year-old patient mysteriously disappeared. Almost two weeks later they discovered the body in the hospital’s ceiling of an isolated area of the Stellenbosch Hospital.
Father of six, Teteteke Gqotsi was admitted to the hospital on October 5 after he underwent abdominal surgery where the staff said he would make a recovery.
On that day, October 5, a nurse entered the room and Mr. Gqotsi was safely in his bed, moreover it was said that he was not be able to move from the bed.
Then the mystery begins, within one minute the nurse left the room to fetch clean linen for the beds and when she came back into the room Mr. Gqutsi had disappeared from the bed in which he had been laying.
The police who investigate this mysterious case along with the hospital’s staff remain baffled as to how he disappeared from his bed and ended up dead in the hospital’s ceiling as he was said to be in a post-operative state.
Since it seems impossible that a man so soon after surgery and with no possibility to got out of his bed, managed to climb up into the ceiling in the very short period the nurse left the room.
Now there is much speculation that Mr. Gqotsi was a victim of a secret teleport experience that gone wrong, though a teleportation does not seem very plausible.
Another possibility is that he has become the victim of Voodoo rituals.
Voodoo refers to a whole assortment of cultural elements: personal creeds and practices, including an elaborate system of folk medical practices and possessing the bodies of their worshipers.
According to the 61-year-old’s family, following their meeting with the hospital’s management Gqotsi’s brother, Christmas Khethwane, said the hospital failed to give the family a proper explanation on which they have concluded that foul play has occurred, reports iol.co.za.
Meanwhile it remains a mystery how he ended up in the hospital’s ceiling.
Eight percent of your DNA is alien, in that it’s made up of non-human, viral fragments. In fact, viral fragments are often hiding within the genome of anything on Earth that has a jaw and a spinal cord, which is a remarkable reminder of how they’ve shaped evolution for hundreds of millions of years.
A new study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, reveals that we are even less “human” than previously thought: Nineteen new pieces of ancient viral DNA have been uncovered within our own genome.
If you want to teach your children the alphabet while mildly traumatizing them at the same time, look no further than “The Gashlycrumb Tinies.” In alphabetical order, and with a jaunty rhyme scheme, 26 children meet fates both gruesome and preposterous. In the future, though, as climate change warms the planet beyond our comfort zone in many regions, the book could be rewritten by adding some heat.
There are 27 ways that a heat wave can kill you, say researchers from the University of Haw
One if by land, two if by sea…if only the debate about how the first humans arrived in the Americas was as easy to sort out as Paul Revere’s fabled lantern signal. Maybe it is. A new study from a different field offers indirect support to researchers advocating a coastal route for human migration to the New World.
For decades, reconstructions of the earliest human migrations to the Americas had hunter-gatherers crossing from Siberia to what’s now Alaska via the land bridge known as
The content you see on the internet is increasingly becoming tailored to you: Music based on your favorite jams, shopping suggestions corresponding to your recent purchases, and television shows similar to your most beloved episodes.
These “similarity searches” drive custom content, and they’re pretty tricky to do correctly and quickly.
I Know This Song
That is, for computers at least. Fruit flies, on the other hand, seem to be pretty good at them. A new study in the journal Science
When the crested pigeon of Australia flees potential foes, it can raise an alarm — not by calling out vocally, but with whistling feathers in its wings. These new findings may be the first proof of an idea Darwin proposed nearly 150 years ago suggesting that birds could use feathers as musical instruments for communication.
Birds are known for the songs they can sing, but many can also generate unusual noises with their feathers. Darwin called these sounds “instrumental music” in his 1871
History is laced with conspiracy theories. Some of them turn out to be true, some turn out to have elements of truth and others are completely false. Truth Control has assembled a list of the most outrageous and thought provoking conspiracies you will ever hear.
Adolf Hitler Fakes Death
The official history of Adolf Hitler is that he committed suicide on April 30, 1945, however, there are a number of people who don’t believe this and think that he faked his death.
Talk about a killer job. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last week approved a bacterium that will be carried by mosquitoes to eradicate their offspring.
A Kentucky-based company called MosquitoMate is using the common bacterium Wolbachia pipentisa and sexual attraction to help eradicate Asian tiger mosquitoes, Aedes albopictus, an invasive species in the United States. These mosquitoes can carry a cocktail of dangerous diseases including dengue, yellow fever and Zika.