Ozzy Osbourne has done a lot of drugs in his day but he recently revealed the day he decided to stop doing acid. He said one time he did 10 tabs of acid and wandered off into a field and talked to a horse for an hour. He says at the end the horse turned around and told him to ‘f***’ off and that was it for him. READ MORE.
When Warner Brothers shelved the Batgirl film a couple of weeks ago to focus making DC projects at a blockbuster scale it upset a lot of people, especially those who worked on the film. So Warner Bros. Discovery will host secret screenings of the film at the studio for cast and crew. These “funeral screenings” are being held before the film is locked away in a vault. READ MORE.
You know those giant wind turbines you see out in the middle of fields? Well It's difficult and expensive to recycle the blades made of fiberglass, so retired equipment typically ends up in a landfill. Scientists propose making wind turbine blades out of a new material that can be recycled into a myriad of common items including fully edible gummy bears. READ MORE.
A teenager has set a new world record. 17-year-old Mack Rutherford has become the youngest person to fly around the world alone. Rutherford first got his pilot's license at the age of 15. Flying runs in the family. Rutherford's older sister Zara had previously become the youngest woman to fly around the world alone. READ MORE.
An Oregon mountain with a very unfortunate name will finally be changed later this year. The Oregon Geographic Names Board has decided to rename 'Swastika Mountain', a 4,000-foot peak located 135 miles south of Portland in Umpqua National Forest. The mountain got its name from a rancher who used the symbol to brand cattle - long before the swastika was adopted as the symbol of Nazi Germany in the 1930's. Some want to rename the mountain Mount Halo, while others have proposed Umpqua Mountain, after the Native American tribe indigenous to the region. A final decision on the new name will be made in December. READ MORE.