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Lil Nas X Joins ‘Storm Area 51’ With Animated Alien Video and Offer to Perform There

Can’t nobody tell me nothin’
You can’t tell me nothin’
Can’t nobody tell me nothin’
You can’t tell me nothin’

Most people not living in a cave will recognize these lyrics from the hugely popular country rap song ‘Old Town Road’ by rapper Lil Nas X, but they could just as easily be the words of people planning to participate in the ‘Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us’ event in defiance of warnings by the US Air Force, Area 51 guru Bob Lazar and many others who think it’s a bad idea. Lil Nas X seems to be with the stormers as he’s released an animated video set to the music of his hit song that shows him and some other country singers storming to Area 51 on their horses. Not only that, Lil Nas X has offered to perform at the event. Will this give the movement some much-needed legitimacy in the wake of the admission by its ‘organizer’ that it was all a joke?

“i got y’all for free! let’s do this shit.”

That was the rapper’s response on Twitter when he heard about a GoFundMe set up to raise money to bring him to the September 20th event. The fundraiser was inspired by the animated video (watch it here) of Lil Nas X, Billy Ray Cyrus, Young Thug and Mason Ramsey on horseback heading to Area 51. The video shows them dealing with soldiers and encountering green aliens inside. Watch carefully and you’ll see actor Keanu Reeves, also a fan of the event, making his trip to the base in the ‘recommended’ way.

This isn’t the recommended way to storm Area 51

“We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Lets see them aliens.”

The original ‘Storm Area 51’ Facebook page has its own animation connection – ‘Naruto’ Uzumaki is a fictional character in the Japanese anime and manga series Naruto who apparently can outrun bullets by sprinting in the arms-flailing -backwards style Reeves’ animated character imitates.

I been in the valley
You ain’t been up off that porch, now

Is Lil Nas X issuing a call to Storm Area 51? If he inspires you to get off your porch and go, experts advise you to bring along bug spray, snake repellent, proper clothing, water, bail money and the number of a good lawyer. Is he really planning to perform there? Time will tell. If Lil Nas X is just trying to promote the song and keep in on the charts so it can become the longest-running #1 song ever, he’s doing a good job of that too.

No matter what you think he’s doing, you already know his response:

Can’t nobody tell me nothin’
You can’t tell me nothin’

Hey Storm the Bermuda Triangle and Storm Loch Ness — do YOU have your own rapper and animated video?

Source: Mysterious Universe


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A chicken in Brazil laid an egg with a text message

This happened in the municipality of Ceará, Brazil. According to, a stunned farmer named Raimundo Aluceno came to the local newspaper and demanded that the jounalists send the best scientists to the poultry farm. The reason for this was one of his birds, which laid a somewhat abnormal egg.

Raimundo has long been engaged in his business and has seen everything. But for the chicken to lay an egg with some mysterious symbols – this is what he sees for the first time.

First, our hero shared the discovery with his neighbors, who, too, were stunned. Then at a meeting of the villagers, it was decided to send Raimundo to the scientists to explain this strange phenomenon.

Unfortunately, he did not reach the scientists, however, the TV channel Monólitos, broadcasting in Portuguese, became interested in the incident. The journalists went to the place and checked everything, after which they took a short interview from Raimundo.

The egg turned out to be real, not fake, and now no one knows how to interpret this event. The opinions of people are divided.

So, many people think that aliens are to blame for everything, since Brazil is a continuous anomalous zone. But why did aliens need this? Is this some kind of joke or message left to people?

On the other hand, many see the divine sign in everything. Moreover, since the symbols more closely resemble to numbers, not letters, believers see this as the date of prophecy about the Apocalypse.

The situation with this egg is funny on one hand, and not on the the other. Why it is not funny can be understood if we recall that many cultures of the world are engaged in coloring eggs – they draw some patterns, inscriptions and so on.

All this, of course, could be some kind of witchcraft, whose roots go back to times about which nothing is known. But, apparently, there was some reason for the ancient people to make inscriptions on chicken eggs.

Maybe the ancients really had some sacred birds through which some forces transmitted messages to people, painting something on the shell. Then the messages ceased and the people themselves began to draw some patterns, repeating a forgotten ritual.

If this assumption is correct, then probably these ancient and forgotten times are returning and now many birds in the world will be carrying some quotes and valuable advice, so we follow the development of events.

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Strange multi-colored flashes in the night sky of Ohio still have not received a logical explanation

These strange multi-colored flashes in the night sky were shot last Sunday by an outdoor surveillance camera installed on a house in Bethel, Ohio.

The population of the town is only a little more than 2700 people and of course in such a small settlement there are no large stadiums, night clubs with spotlights and other institutions that could theoretically be involved in these bright flashes of light.

In addition to the camera, outbreaks were personally observed by the owners of the house on which this camera was installed. Tim Walker and his daughter Carolyn took up garbage collection late at night and literally froze in place when they saw colorful flashes that lit up the night sky.

The flashes lasted only a few seconds, and then stopped, but when the father and daughter went further along the road, the night sky again lit up with a bright flash. That is, if this happened intermittently, then this is clearly not a falling meteorite.

However, no one knows what it could still be , although news of these strange outbreaks soon appeared in many media. None of the logical versions could explain where these reddish-orange-pink-violet flashes came from.

According to Carolyn, at first she thought that something big had exploded there and felt very anxious. However, no loud sounds were heard.

And according to Tim Walker, what he saw reminded him of the explosions of shells that he saw while serving in the army. Except that here all this was completely soundless.

In the following days, reporters asked the local police and the Clermont County Emergency Department, to which the town belongs, but could not explain anything there. Also, nothing is said about whether it could be an accident on power lines or any substation.

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The first gravitational wave came from the Betelgeuse star to Earth

Since the fall of 2019, when Betelgeuse, a star in the constellation Orion, began to show signs of an imminent transformation into a supernova, hundreds, if not thousands of astronomical instruments were sent to this region of the sky. The main ones are gravity telescopes and neutrino detectors, some of which can be viewed by a simple online search.

With neutrinos, everything is more or less normal, but on January 14, gravitational telescopes recorded the first gravitational anomaly that came from the Betelgeuse region:

When this area is observed under a higher resolution, two anomalies are discovered and Betelgeuse is located between them approximately in the middle:

Astronomers do not know how to interpret this data, since gravitational waves are a concept no less dark than dark matter. In theory, this is a kind of ripple of space-time, which appears during the collision of very large objects – neutron stars and black holes.

For the first time, gravitational waves were discovered just in 2015, so the devices for recording them leave much to be desired. Their accuracy  is doubtful, there are often glitches, therefore, to say that the source of the anomaly is the area in the Betelgeuse region, and not at the star itself, is under question.

In addition, the propagation velocity of gravitational waves is unknown. According to one theory, these waves propagate at the speed of light. In this case, astronomers now see the perturbation of space-time in the region of the star, which occurred 700 years ago.

However, according to another theory, gravitational waves propagate instantly and astronomers are now observing the perturbation of space-time in the Betelgeuse region, which occurs in real time.

However, whichever of the theories is correct, in any case, the space around Betelgeuse is deformed right now. Not very important – it was deformed 700 years ago or yesterday. the main thing is that there is deformation. And since there is a deformation, it means that there is no longer the Betelgeuse red supergiant, but a neutron star or a black hole – the theory does not know other reasons for space-time deformations.

Nevertheless, according to the same theory, a black hole / neutron star appears only as a result of the collapse of a supernova nucleus, therefore, the news that Betelgeuse has become a supernova light will come to us in the very near future.

We don’t even know that this will begin, but we are following with interest the development of events: the deformation of spacetime accompanying the explosion may turn out to be such that the sky simply “curls up into a scroll”.

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