Looks like McDreamy is about to go through a McNightmare of a divorce!
Now, according to legal documents, their split might not be as amicable as it once appeared.
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When you've got billions of dollars, life must seem almost boring at times.
What does the man who can afford to do anything do in his spare time?
He drinks poop water!
You heard us, Bill Gates drank a glass of water that was basically boiled out of poop.
The water came from the Omniprocessor, which is described as:
And we bet Meghan Trainor does, too!
Some interns over at NASA have created a viral video spoofing on Meghan's song All About That Bass and it's called All About That Space.
The interns taped it at the Johnson Space Center in Houston after the successful launch of the Orion space capsule.
Some of the lyrics included lines like:
"I'm all about that space
'Bout that space, space travel
I'm bringing rockets back
Go ahead and tell the whole world that
We're doing exploration. Come on, board it stat
We're ready for liftoff
Every spacecraft needs propulsion from
the bottom to the top."
The YouTube video is currently at 299,300 views, but we expect that number to go up like a space rocket blasting off into space!
Props to these interns for making space exploration even more interesting which we thought was impossible…
…Because seriously who doesn't love space?!?! It's way better to watch than television at least, ha!
Check out the space-tastic video (below) !!!
Under the ocean, WAY down in the sea a new fish species was discovered that is now believed to be the deepest living fish ever seen!
The believed-to-be a type of snailfish has been described as a "ghostly never-before-seen fish with wing-like fins" and it was found on a recent expedition in the Mariana Trench part of the Pacific Ocean!
It was videotaped at its extremely deep depth of
A man named Les Baugh recently made history by becoming the "first bilateral shoulder-level amputee" to wear two Modular Prosthetic Limbs at the same time.
And the whole thing went down at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory!
Baugh had lost his arms over forty years ago, and had to have a procedure called "targeted muscle reinnervation" which "reassigned the nerves that once controlled his arms and hands."
But that wasn't all that Les Baugh had to do to get to try these robot arms on!