Jackson’s dermatologist is Prince’s father?
Michael Jackson’s former dermatologist has hinted in a cryptic Facebook post that he is the biological father of the King of Pop’s son Prince.
Dr Arnie Klein, who has been mired in bankruptcy and financial woes in recent years, contrasted an old photo of himself with an image of the youngster on the social networking site.
Klein posted an old picture of himself beneath a photo of 15-year-old Prince Michael with the cryptic tag “hmm”.
The photo appears to be a wry nod to conspiracy theorists who have speculated for years that Klein donated his own sperm to help the late King of Pop start a family. PTI
Harry world’s most eligible bachelor
Washington: Prince Harry, known for his adventurous and playful lifestyle, has been named the world’s most eligible bachelor by an American magazine beating the likes of George Clooney and Jack Nicholson.
Town & Country magazine has named the 28-year-old single British Royal as the world’s leading eligible bachelor.
“We love him because he’s comfortable in his own skin and isn’t too stiff or pompous to show it. His wardrobe malfunctions — and coups (how dashing does he look in his Army Air Corps blue beret?) — merely reinforce our impression of Harry as playful, adventurous, a Renaissance man. Sometimes it’s good not to be king,” the magazine said of the British Royal. PTI
Rage room to give vent to anger
London: Two Serbian teenagers have set up a Rage Room where people can vent out their anger and frustration by destroying as much as possible.
Customers are handed a baseball and hardhat, before unleashing on lamps, beds, tables and any other pieces of furniture.
The Rage Room has drawn a flurry of attention since it opened in the Serbian city of Novi Sad in October, where two decades of war, political crisis and economic hardship have driven many people over the edge. PTI
NASA beams Mona Lisa to Moon
Washington: In a major advance in laser communication, Nasa scientists have beamed a picture of Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, Mona Lisa, to a powerful spacecraft orbiting the Moon.
The first laser signal carrying the iconic image, fired from an installation in Maryland, beamed the Mona Lisa to the Moon to be received 384,400 km away by Nasa’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), orbiting the Moon since 2009.
By transmitting the image on laser pulses, the team achieved simultaneous laser communication and tracking. PTI