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Aliens prevented nuclear war on Earth



NASA astronaut and Apollo 14 veteran claims peace-loving aliens prevented ‘nuclear war’ on Earth

Edgar Mitchell, sixth man to walk the surface of the moon, claims that at the beginning of the Cold War between America and Soviet Union, aliens came to Earth with the purpose of stopping the nuclear war.

A recent claim made by Edgar Mitchell, a veteran of the Apollo 14 mission in 1971, states that peace-loving aliens came to Earth to stop the nuclear war which would have taken place between America and Russia resulting in destroying humanity from Earth.

In a statement made to Mirror Online, Mitchell added that there are some military officials who have seen the strange UFOs hovering over the area during weapons tests at US missile bases and the famous White Sands Proving Ground in the New Mexico desert, the place where world’s first nuclear bomb was detonated in 1945.

Way back in 1971, Mitchell landed on the surface of the moon and has spent around nine hours in the Fra Mauro Highlands of the lunar surface and since then he has been believing the existence of aliens and has been frank enough in expressing his thoughts regarding the so called peace-keeping aliens.

Mitchell grew up in New Mexico which was near to the nuclear bomb testing zone as well as Roswell, a city in New Mexico, which is well known for the world’s famous UFO encounters.

During his interview with Mirror Online, Mitchell said: “You don’t know the area like I do.” He added: “White Sands was a testing ground for atomic weapons – and that’s what the extraterrestrials (ET) were interested in. They wanted to know about our military capabilities.”

“My own experience talking to people has made it clear the ETs had been attempting to keep us from going to war and help create peace on Earth.”

Mitchell mentioned that there were other people in the military missile testing bases who had heard similar stories regarding the UFOs and ET.

He further added: “I have spoken to many Air Force officers who worked at these silos during the Cold War. They told me UFOs were frequently seen overhead and often disabled their missiles. Other officers from bases on the Pacific coast told me their [test]missiles were frequently shot down by alien spacecraft. There was a lot of activity in those days.”

Mirror Online, inquired with the former Ministry of Defense UFO researcher, Nick Pope, regarding the claims made by Mitchell.

According to Pope, Mitchell is honorable and truthful, besides Pope has also had the opportunity of meeting Mitchell in person. However, Pope is quite skeptical about this theory which claims that the peace-keeping aliens traveled the cosmos just to stop the nuclear war which would have taken place between U.S. and Russia.

He said: “But so far as I’m aware, most of his information on this issue comes not from things he’s experienced himself, but from things he’s been told by others. Clearly, because of who he is, he’s had access to government, military and intelligence community personnel at the highest level, but because – quite understandably – he won’t name his sources, we can’t be certain these people were being straight with him, or indeed that they were privy to any classified information about UFOs.”

He continued :”‘the idea that peace-loving extraterrestrials are here to warn humanity about our destructive ways’ is popular with those who take a New Age view of the UFO phenomenon.”

“It’s a nice thought, but if I’m being skeptical, I’d point out that it’s almost exactly the plot of the classic 1951 sci-fi movie The Day the Earth Stood Still,” he continued.

“There have certainly been some intriguing UFO sightings around nuclear facilities, and around military bases more generally, but an alternative explanation is that some of these sightings are attributable to espionage activity involving secret spy planes or drones.”

“Given that the Universe is around 14 billion years old, if we’re being visited, it’s unlikely we’re dealing with a civilisation just a few hundred years ahead of us, so stories of aliens managing to disrupt a few of our weapons tests are far-fetched. Chances are they’d be millions of years ahead of us and could do anything they wanted to.”

Our Universe and Aliens are all a mystery till date to humans and even if we consider that aliens did land up on Earth with the purpose of disarming the U.S. military weapons we should be thankful to them for stopping this destruction, isn’t it? I personally think we are drastically in need of peace loving humans as well aliens to bring harmony on our Planet Earth.

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Oppo F5 first impressions: It’s all about the big screen and AI powered selfie camera



Home &gt News &gt Oppo F5 first impressions: It’s all about the big screen and AI powered selfie camera

With the new F5 smartphone, Oppo has brought Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the front camera.

oppo f5 first impressions
Earlier today, Oppo launched a new smartphone in India called F5. Successor to the Oppo F3, the new smartphone features an edge-to-edge display and a 20-megapixel front camera powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) to enhance your selfies. The Oppo F5 is offered in two storage variants – 4GB RAM with 32GB storage priced at Rs 19,990, whereas the 6GB RAM with 64GB storage variant is priced at Rs 24,990. The smartphone can be pre-ordered starting today and will go on sale starting November 9. After spending some time with the smartphone, here are my first impressions.

More screen, less bezel

Edge-to-edge display is the theme of the year and we have seen it right from mid-range smartphones such as Micromax Canvas Infinity and LG Q6, to high-end smartphones such as Google Pixle 2 XL, Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8 and the Apple iPhone X. Oppo doesn’t want to be lost in the race, and the F5 is the company’s first smartphone to feature an edge-to-edge display.

oppo f5 first impressions front

You get a 6-inch display running at full HD resolution and an aspect ratio of 18:9. Despite having such as large display, the Oppo F5 still feels compact, and is the same size as last the F3 that featured a 5.5-inch display. The display is bright enough for proper visibility in direct sunlight, but the color reproduction could’ve been a bit more punchy. But I will reserve my final judgment till for a more in-depth review of the smartphone. RELATED: From Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 to Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Smartphones with a wide screen ratio you can buy in India

oppo f5 first impressions back

AI Powered front-camera

The second big change coming is the AI powered 20-megapixel front camera. Oppo says that the AI software can recognize your age, gender, skin type and skin tone to bring the photogenic best out of you. It is also optimized to enhance the symmetry between features such as your jawline, cheekbones, nose and eyes for a perfectly natural and refined selfie. ALSO READ: Oppo F3 Plus Review: The rise of the ‘selfie’ flagship

There is also a portrait mode for selfies that adds DSLR-like bokeh-effects. I did click a few photos (see below) using both the depth effect and without depth effect. Initial impressions about the camera are pretty good. But we will click more photos in different lighting conditions to see how it performs.

Without Bokeh Effect

oppo f5 first impressions without bokeh

With Bokeh Effect

oppo f5 first impressions camera with bokeh

oppo f5 first impressions bokeh camera

Decent set of specifications

The Oppo F5 is powered by a MediaTek MT6763T octa-core SoC paired with Mali G71 GPU for graphics. The smartphone is armed with a 3,200mAh battery, and connectivity options on the smartphone include dual-SIM card support, 4G LTE with VoLTE HD voice calling, Bluetooth 4.2, and Wi-Fi. On the software front, it runs on Android 7.1 Nougat with ColorOS 3.2 on top. ALSO READ: Oppo F3 Review: The one for your selfies and groupfies

Final thoughts

The sleek and slim design, good front and rear cameras and an edge-to-edge display are a few things that go in favor of the Oppo F5. The company is focusing on the youth who want to capture better selfies in any lighting conditions. The addition of AI to the front camera and bokeh mode using a single camera setup sounds pretty interesting.

Even the price point is good considering the features you get on the smartphone, along with online and offline availability. We will be thoroughly testing the smartphone over the next few days before we come up with our review. So stay tuned for that.


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Bose QC 35 II wireless headphones with Google Assistant integration launched in India at Rs 29,363



Home &gt News &gt Bose QC 35 II wireless headphones with Google Assistant integration launched in India at Rs 29,363

Bose QC35 II wireless headphones feature a dedicated Action Button to launch Google Assistant.

Bose QC 35 II with Google Assistant launched
Bose today introduced the updated QC35 II wireless headphones in India. Priced at Rs 29,363, the noise-canceling headphones were first launched globally in September and mark their debut in the country starting today. There are two color choices of black and silver. You can purchase the headphones through Bose retail stores, and authorized Bose dealers.

The talking point of the headphones is that they are integrated with Google Assistant and let you give voice commands through a dedicated button. This Action Button, as Bose calls it, will access Google’s digital assistant in markets it is available in.
<![CDATA[]]> Bose and Google have worked together in developing the Bose QC 35 II, which has the first-ever integration of Google Assistant in a headphone. To give a voice command, simply press and hold the Action Button on the left earcup. The digital assistant is capable of handling music, set alerts, write messages, and also add appointments to your Google calendar among other things. Existing support for launching Siri is through the multi-function control button on the right earcup. ALSO READ: Bose SoundLink Micro waterproof speaker launched: Price, specifications, features

The company has also added settings to control environmental noise. The QC 35 II are activated for noise cancellation when they are powered on. However, the Bose Connect App now lets you choose to keep it on (high), turn it down (low), or disable it completely (off). The Connect App also lets you change the Action Button’s functionality, so you can control the noise settings from the earcup when you want or switch back to your Google Assistant.


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Where’s my Android? A Google Pixel 2 XL without any operating system just got delivered



Home &gt News &gt Where’s my Android? A Google Pixel 2 XL without any operating system just got delivered

So you buy a new phone and the company forgets to give install an operating system on it, what do you?

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The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL started shipping two days ago, and people around the world have started receiving their deliveries. One of these (un)lucky people is a Reddit user who goes by the name ‘MAKES_PEOPE_MAD’, and he just received his brand new Google Pixel 2XL smartphone. All’s great and everything, just that Google forgot to load any operating system on the device.

The Reddit user started a thread on the forum along with an image of his new smartphone showing an error that reads, “Can’t find valid operating system. The device will not start.” However, the internet has come to his rescue (with their sarcasm), and have the best suggestions ever. While user Echojhawke suggested him to switch the phone off and on again, that_90s_guy showed his foresightedness by suggesting him to “download more RAM when you’re at it”.

This thread did take a little turn, but it is definitely word reading. Check out the screenshot below:


Back to the mystery of missing operating system. We checked up the link that the error message shows, and we were taken to Nexus’ Help Forum. According to the forum, there are three kinds of warnings about operating system safety, and unfortunately this one falls under neither of them.


The three category the forum mentions are: One, a case where a device has loaded a different operating system, wherein they will see a yellow caution mark on their device. Second, when it is in an “unlocked” state. This means that your operating system can’t be checked to make sure that it’s safe to use. And this warning is represented by an orange caution mark. ALSO READ: Google Pixel 2 vs Pixel: What’s different?

The third, is a red caution mark, which the case in question has too, but this is supposed to show up the warning “Your device is corrupt. It can’t be trusted and may not work properly.” Basically, for when a device has been changed or corrupted and is not safe to use. The device may not work properly and could expose user data to corruption and security risks.

While this warning doesn’t read any of the ones mentioned on the forum, going by the color schemes of the warnings, the device received by the Reddit user seems to have been corrupted. BGR India has gotten in touch with Google regarding the incidence, but an official response is awaited. ALSO READ: Google Pixel 2 XL First impressions: Feature loaded and oozes Google sweetness


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