Ripley's Believe It or Not by Ripley’s Believe It or Not! for July 31, 2014

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    Kali39  over 8 years ago

    Conan Doyle also believed in ghosts and fairies…

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    jack fairbanks  over 8 years ago

    When the reindeer finally stop sexually badgering the cars, they won’t get hit so often

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    davidf42  over 8 years ago

    We need to start doing that to the armadillos in Texas.

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    CogentModality  over 8 years ago

    The big bang? A brilliant flash of light and all of a sudden everything exists? Sounds just like the description given in Genesis!

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    Marv Walker  over 8 years ago

    Big bang leftovers…

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    If I tell myself something long enough I’ll begin to believe it.

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    loner34  over 8 years ago

    That would be an extra benefit.

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    GeorgeJohnson  over 8 years ago

    It’s called “deduction”.The look at what’s happening now, and basically “rewind” the clock and see what happens.Like our moon, they look at it’s orbit, and just run the numbers backwards so to speak to see where it came from.

    The “Big Bang” is a theory, based on observation.

    Actually, the TV’s would be picking up background radiation FROM the photons/BB, because a TV can’t pick up photons (light).

    But the theory is sound. If we get energy from matter, then we can get matter from energy. So all that’s needed, is just vast amounts of energy. (same way the “replicator” on Star Trek works).The trick is, where did all that energy come from? That’s what nobody knows.

    But this is a map of the energy your TV is seeing (actually, this really only works with old TV’s, digital TV’s shouldn’t see this, or not display anyway)http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130325.html

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    linsonl  over 8 years ago

    Actually, it is not static, but white noise. It is a big pest when working on certain radios, but there is no real proof it came from the big bang, just a theory.

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    rands1231  over 8 years ago

    I believe in a Big God not a big bang

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    tuslog64  over 8 years ago

    How well does the glowing antlers work?Deer are a highway pest in my area.

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    thrawn1388  over 8 years ago

    antlers are different than horns

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    Bob.  over 8 years ago

    Horns go “toot toot”

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    Kali39  over 8 years ago

    “So did a lot of people then and now. However his sleuth Sherlock Holmes did not.”..Which is the point. Someone did a one-act play once where Holmes confronted his creator about his … inappropriate … beliefs. Sure wish I could find it on You Tube – I’d love to see it again.

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    potrerokid  over 8 years ago

    Maybe, cuz they be smarter than you is!!!!!

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    SunnyArizona  over 8 years ago

    If you believe that about the static and the “big bang”, I have an island on the moon to sell ya!

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    boldyuma  over 8 years ago

    About the static on your TV..Years ago(1960’s) a car could drive by and give our rabbit ears fits..I asked a mechanic about it and he says back then some spark plug cables sparks not just to the plugs , but also to the valve covers..

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    MetalOverCountry  about 8 years ago

    Good work Mr. Doyle!

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