A bright fireball lit up dark midwinter skies above Illinois, Wisconsin and a handful of other states early Monday.
Videos show the green meteor moving slowly from southwest to northeast at around 2:30 a.m. ET Monday.
According to reports posted on the American Meteor Society’s (AMS) website, the fireball was accompanied by sound and some eyewitnesses even claim that a piece of the space rock made it all the way to the ground.
The AMS has received 222 reports about the fireball so far.
“I have never seen such a large and bright object coming through the sky,” Sheila S. said in her report from Woodstock, Illinois. “I have seen meteors of the meteor showers every August in Seattle when I was living there, but they were tiny in comparison to what I saw tonight.” Read more…
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At this point, are we even surprised that The Simpsons yet again predicted something accurately?
The animated series predicted that the Star Wars franchise would continue. It also knew that at some point in American history, Donald Trump would be president and make a mess of everything.
And now people have pointed out that The Simpsons predicted what Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime performance would be.
The pop star opened her performance on the roof of the stadium. While she sang, a swarm of coordinated drones lit up the night sky behind her as their colored lights moved in formation to create an American flag. Then Lady Gaga jumped straight down from the roof for a dramatic entrance. Read more…
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By now it’s to be expected that any video posted online featuring the cast of Netflix’s hit “Stranger Things” will undoubtedly warm hearts everywhere.
Noah Schnapp, who plays Will Byers in the sci-fi show, posted a video Sunday night of himself alongside cast-mates Finn Wolfhard and Gaten Matarazzo watching the teaser for Season 2 during the Super Bowl—and honestly, it’s probably exactly how you reacted to it, too.
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Same, kid. Same.
There are a few things more frustrating than Wi-Fi problems, especially when you’re dealing with internet provided by a hotel.
Like any good dad, YouTuber Rod Squad decided to record his son’s temper tantrum after he learned the hotel they were staying in changed its Wi-Fi credentials.
“Why are you crying?” Rod asked his son.
“Because the internet is dead,” the kid responded, with nearly no hope left in his voice.
Honestly, I know about 50 grown adults who would probably react the exact same way as this little dude.
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