Burger King Fires Manager And 4 Employees After Their Facebook Post Goes Viral – What Did They Post?

Burger King is currently under fire after the dismissal of a manager, her son, and three of his friends at a local branch in Clinton, Mississippi. According to local reports, manager Shakayla Dixon alleges that the fast-food chain terminated their employment due to accusations of nepotism. Fired for Hiring Family and Friends According to a … Read more

Nasa transmits Missy Elliott’s hip-hop song to Venus via deep space network for the first time

Nasa announced that it had transmitted the song “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” by hip hop artist Missy Elliot to Venus using its Deep Space Network (DSN).The transmission, which included an inspirational message and lyrics from the song, was sent from the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California at 10:05 am PDT on Friday, … Read more

Aliens: Intelligent aliens haven’t contacted us yet. The reason is…

Aliens are teeming in Netflix’s 3 Body Problem but in reality intelligent aliens haven’t contacted the earth yet and the reason is as simple as this: there is no intelligent civilization of aliens. There should be at least 36 civilizations in the Milky Way galaxy and there could be some 10,000 civilizations scattered around our … Read more

New ‘superlubricity’ coating is a step toward friction-free machines

Using biowaste from cassava plants, scientists have created a coating that virtually eliminates friction in metal parts. The breakthrough has the potential to deliver better fuel economy, extend the lifespan of moving parts, and deliver enormous savings in myriad industries. For all they can do for us, moving parts inside machinery come with an inherent … Read more

Why narcissists are very attractive in the beginning |

Narcissism presents a paradox in psychology, characterized by extremes in both positive and negative behaviors. According to W. Keith Campbell, interacting with narcissists is akin to indulging in chocolate cake—initially gratifying but ultimately detrimental. Narcissists exude charisma and self-confidence, making them appealing at first. Research by Mitja Back and colleagues identifies four traits contributing to … Read more

JD Vance On Why He Didn’t Convert To Catholicism Sooner And Why St. Augustine Is His Patron Saint

The world is buzzing with the announcement of Donald Trump’s new running mate for the 2024 Presidential Election. J.D. Vance is a Republican Senator from Ohio and former US Marine. Before his election to the United States Senate, Vance published a memoir titled “Hillbilly Elegy,” about his experience growing up in a white working-class family … Read more

Amazon Prime Day Investment Challenge: Buy Stocks As Shares Trade 6X Cheaper Valuation Vs. June 2023

Amazon Prime Day (July 16 and 17) is set to bring exceptional deals across millions of products with discounts of up to 50% from top brands. While many are expected to spend hundreds, if not thousands, on shopping—an Amazon Prime Day investment challenge has recently gone viral and aims to counter one’s spending and boost … Read more

Elon Musk Sparks New Tesla Cybertruck Variant Rumours With AI Image; Explains Robotaxi Event Delay

Tesla CEO Elon Musk shared an AI-generated image of the Cybertruck on his social media platform. The image, uploaded without comment to his X account, has sparked speculations among Tesla enthusiasts about a potential new Cybertruck variant or edition. Musk’s history suggests a penchant for unconventional product announcements. In January, for instance, the billionaire provided … Read more

COVID-19: COVID-19 found to accelerate symptoms of type 1 diabetes in children in early stage

NEW DELHI: Contracting COVID-19 may accelerate the onset of visible symptoms of type 1 diabetes in children, an autoimmune condition, according to a study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Researchers found that children infected with the virus and in the early stages of type 1 diabetes without displaying symptoms, progressed … Read more

Prime real estate for an underground Moon base

If you’ve wondered where future Moon explorers will live, it may be in natural caves deep beneath the lunar crust. Radar data from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter confirms that giant lava tubes lead to tunnels large enough to house entire bases. The Moon is about as unpleasant a place to set up house as you’re … Read more