Posts From ZimmyFord

A 7-year-old with congenital heart disease became the first person to visit Saturn, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and a little virtual reality magic. Zayden Wright, 7, of Georgia said his biggest dream was to visit outer space. “He’s fascinated

In the finale episode of season 12, the Winchesters joined forces with Castiel and Crowley to stop Lucifer from getting what he wanted most – his son. They succeeded but there were several casualties on the way. When Kelly went

The only thing worse than being stranded on a broken-down train? Being hungry with no access to food on a broken-down train. For some Amtrak passengers, that nightmare quickly became a reality on Sunday evening as their train from New

Russian scientists have presented the first results of solar observations made with the new radioheliograph of the Siberian Solar Radio Telescope (SSRT). The Siberian Radioheliograph (SRH), has just started regular observations of active processes in the sun’s atmosphere, which will

Jules Mountain, 2 years ago this week, was lying in his one-man, coffin-like tent at Everest Base Camp, trying to sleep. Suddenly, the ground below him unexpectedly shifted to the left before lifting him into the air, thumping him back

A New study conducted by American Automobiles Association suggests people of U.S. are more interested in electric vehicles. As per survey, 15% of U.S. adults are likely to buy an electric vehicle, whereas 32% prefers a hybrid for their next

Recently a team of researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology found the evidence that Ceres retains a significant amount of water ice. The new findings published in the journal Nature Geoscience. With the help of NASA’s Dawn spacecraft, scientists identified

There comes a time in everyone’s life when we start taking our life seriously. This is the moment when we ask ourselves: is this what I want to do with my life? If yes, then I sincerely congratulate you for

With Love, Lies & Spies and Duels & Deceptions, Cindy Anstey will soon have two rollicking reads available on bookshelves for eager fans of her young adult Regency romances to devour. And as of next year, she’ll have three, EW can exclusively reveal. Titled Suitors & Sabotage, Anstey’s

The American Library Assn. released its list of the most banned and challenged books in 2016, with Bill Cosby joining perennially challenged authors John Green and David Levithan. Cosby’s “Little Bill” children’s book series ranked No. 9 on the list.