Author: Tomi

02
Apr

Churchgoers in Louisiana continue to gather and risk coronavirus infection

Churchgoers in Louisiana keep attending a pastor’s service defying local orders that prevent social gatherings bigger than 10 people. The pastor says they’ll continue to meet despite coronavirus regulations set in place to limit the spread of the deadly virus. This is just the latest example in a series of religion-related events that can increase the spread of the virus. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories . We have the means of fighting off the…

02
Apr

NASA’s Perseverance rover will carry a secret message to Mars

NASA hid a coded message on its Mars Perseverance rover, and internet sleuths quickly picked up on it.  On the aluminum plate attached to the rover, an etching of the Sun includes “rays” that are actually morse code.  The message reads “Explore As One.”  Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories . NASA’s Mars 2020 mission will include a secret coded message that no extraterrestrial life form — or most humans, for that matter — can…

02
Apr

All the free PS4 and Xbox One games you can get in April

Sony and Microsoft have announced the free PS4 and Xbox One games been given away in April. PlayStation Plus subscribers can get their hands on Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Dirt Rally 2.0. Xbox Live Gold subscribers are being gifted Project Cars 2 and the Knights of Pen and Paper bundle on Xbox One, as well as Fable Anniversary and Toybox Turbos on Xbox 360. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories . The selections of free…

02
Apr

Larry David blasts ‘idiots’ who aren’t social distancing in coronavirus PSA

‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ star Larry David recorded a Facebook video this week urging people to follow social distancing guidelines. The coronavirus still has much of the country on lockdown, but not everyone is keen on staying in the house. The coronavirus death tally is almost at 45,000 people worldwide and the race for a vaccine remains ongoing. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories .  For reasons that seem to defy explanation, not everyone in the…

02
Apr

NASA could turn astronaut pee into Moon bases

Scientists say astronaut pee could be a vital ingredient in building structures on the Moon.  Urea, found in urine, can be used to help bind loose lunar material into more rigid shapes, potentially opening the door to semi-permanent lunar “homes” for NASA’s space travelers.  Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories . NASA could turn astronaut pee into construction material that could be used for any number of things, including makeshift homes, according to a new…