Huge numbers of people on Earth are keen to leave the planet forever and seek a new life homesteading on Mars.
About 78,000 people have applied to become Red Planet colonists with the nonprofit organization Mars One
The cost is around $6 billion.
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Something was cooking all right, but it wasn’t meth.
Drug agents raided a home in southern Illinois, suspecting there was a meth lab on the property.
But Laura Benson says her family was just making homemade maple syrup.
Benson explained to officers the buckets near some trees were collecting sap for their syrup operation.
But there are no hard feelings. Benson tells KFVS-TV she gave the departing agents some syrup to take with them.
Information from: KFVS-TV
A wealthy Indian man commissioned a team of 15 goldsmiths to weave him a shirt made entirely of gold. And he did it – to impress the ladies!
Sarah Henderson of Denham Springs, La., decorated the roof of her home with the bright, bird-flipping display after Thanksgiving. Henderson put up the display after “a conflict with her neighbors.”
Source: Scripps Only Content and RTV6 news.
Did your Uncle Joe love to hunt but recently passed away? If so, you want to honor Uncle Joe, then “Holy Smoke” is the company for you. This company will place the cremated ash in live ammunition, and ship it back to you.
Read more on the website: myholysmoke.com
Hey Trekkies! Jon Mitchell of readwrite.com reports that the new version of Google’s Search app for iOS is available in the App Store, and it’s a good thing, too. This app now offers Google’s version of the Star Trek computer. Just speak a question in natural language, and Google will reply immediately with the answer.
A man said inhaling fumes from an additive once used to give popcorn its buttery flavor ravaged his lungs.
Read more: Source
Millions of toilets around the U.S. could be ticking time bombs.
The U.S. ordered manufacturer Flushmate to recall its Flushmate III Pressure-Assisted Flushing System, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The mechanism, installed in toilets made by American Standard, Crane, Kohler, Eljer, Mansfield, St. Thomas and Gerber between 1997 and 2008, can explode.
The defective part was also sold on its own at Home Depot and Lowe’s stores.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has received 304 complaints of Flushmates bursting. In 14 cases, people suffered “impact or laceration injuries.”
The company established a website for consumers to search by serial number and determine if their Flushmate is recalled, and offers a free repair kit.
About 2.3 million units in the U.S. are affected by the recall. A parallel recall in Canada only involves about 9,000 toilets.
So the rumor is that the zombie apocalypse may have arrived. Sure, the Centers for Disease Control denies it, but what does the CDC know? Just to be on the safe side, Realtor.com put together a list of prime zombie-defense real estate capable of putting those with an unquenchable thirst for human flesh at a distance from you and your family.
Read more: Yahoo